128/3 Chui Avenue, Bishkek,
720001, Kyrgyz Republic
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At VisitKyrgyzstan, we have run adventure holidays since 2004. We are passionate about what we do and we love to travel. Our experience, knowledge and well established personal contacts in all regions of Kyrgyzstan, make us one of the most experienced adventure tour operators in Kyrgyzstan tourism.
We currently have over hundred tours available in all Kyrgyzstan, offering a choice that is second to none. Our wide range of activities and tours in Kyrgyzstan, excellent tour leaders, commitment to responsible travel and adventure spirit, keeps our team on constant move ahead.
At VisitKyrgyzstan we are passionate about travel; we really do live and breathe adventure. When we are not in the office talking about travel, the majority of us can be found out and about exploring the Kyrgyz mountains and jailoos – traditional summer pastures.
We want to share some of our passion for adventure travel in Kyrgyzstan with you to let you know the Kyrgyzstan destinations that we have fallen in love with, and where you are likely to see us next.
If you have any questions about the destinations in Kyrgyzstan, you’re thinking of visiting, then don’t hesitate to contact us. If we’ve been there and seen it for ourselves we’ll be more than happy to share our experiences and recommendations with you for all kind of Kyrgyzstan tours and tour packages – Silk Road, cultural, family, off-road, wildlife, photo, horse riding, multi-active, mountain bike, cycling, trekking, hiking, food & drink, handicraft, agro, weekend, day tours and winter programs.
Responsible tourism is — and always has been — one of the driving principles of VisitKyrgyzstan. We care deeply about travelling in a way that positively impacts the people and places we visit. To us responsible travel means that:
We ensure people who work for VisitKyrgyzstan are treated fairly
We ensure that local people benefit economically by employing them as guides and drivers — and by eating in local restaurants and using locally owned hotels where possible
We minimize our impact on the environment by travelling in smaller groups, reducing waste and supporting local conservation projects.
On all tours we take you under the skin of the region you’re visiting and introduce you to real, authentic local life. But on some tours we make this the main focus of the trip: fully immersing ourselves into local life and experiencing how the local people live.
These tours are designed to take every opportunity to discover traditional life and shoulders with local people. We visit local communities, eating with them and staying overnight with them. We may travel by local transport and visit local markets, festivals or local events. We also hope to experience local culture and witness music, dance and nomadic traditions.
To experience first-hand the way of life enjoyed in Kyrgyzstan, interacting with local people who have little contact with the world of tourism, can be immensely inspiring and enriching – not just for us but also for the host communities.
We’ve worked hard at these things to ensure we are welcomed in the places we all love to visit, meaning local people benefit and our groups enjoy a better trip. It could be through some of our great community based tourism experiences, meeting local people or experiencing the pristine wilderness and leaving it untouched. Want to see how your tour makes a difference? Have a look at our tours – at VisitKyrgyzstan.kg!
- Chief Executive Officer
Suimonkul "the Ironman Simon" has started working in tourism when he was 14 years old. After four years in the U.S., Simon has returned to Kyrgyzstan and joined our team. His passion is adventure: mountain biking, skiing, horse riding and trekking. Until today, no biker could ever beat him on mountainous trails of Kyrgyzstan.
- Chief Operating Officer
Ernist "the Agai" (Teacher in Kyrgyz) started working in tourism in the Cyprus in 1996. A year later, he moved to Turkey and spent 3 more years in Turkish tourism. Upon his return, he became a teacher, then a professor at the High School of Tourism of the Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University. His passion to travel and share the beauty of Kyrgyzstan made him join Visit Kyrgyzstan.
- Chief Information Officer
Asylbek ("the German") was dreaming of travel since childhood - and he learned English and German to do so. After 3 years in Germany, he has been working in different projects. In 2004, Asylbek has joined the Community Based Tourism Kyrgyzstan for the next 13 years. Later he has joined the team of VisitKyrgyzstan. Asylbek is also the current president of the Kyrgyz Association of Tour Operators.
- Tour Manager
Aijan has started in kyrgyz tourism in 2007, when she was a student. Later she moved to China, Bejing, where she lived and worked in educational tourism for the next 5 years. Upon her return home, she joined our team of VisitKyrgyzstan.
- Tour Manager
Iliaz "the American" has graduated from the Manas University as one of the best tourism students. After his short internship in the U.S, he started working as a touring guide. His sense of humor and organizational abilities make him popular among tourists.
Hannah "the Austrian" fell in love with Kyrgyzstan when she first started reading the works of Chingiz Aitmatov. After studying history in Vienna and living in Russia, she came to Kyrgyzstan to explore the country and help develop its tourism industry.