Kyrgyzstan invites you to take a tour of the mountain landscapes and explore what holidays there are in the country, you can also rent a car for comfort. And you can also find out information about the official holidays of the country. Here are such holidays in the country  January 1 – New Year, January 7 – Orthodox Christmas, February 23 – Defenders of Fatherland Day, March 8 – International Women’s Day, March 21 – National Holiday Nooruz, April 7 – April Revolution Day, May 1 – Labor Day, May 5 – Constitution Day, May 9 – Victory Day, August 31 – Independence Day, November 7 – Day of History and Memory, Orozo Eid, Kurban Eid.

You can also find out that usually on public holidays people are declared off and they do not work. The company's tourists will be able to explore any territory of the country and also learn that, for example, in Kyrgyzstan, people celebrate Muslim religious holidays. They are usually listed according to the lunar calendar.

During the tour of Kyrgyzstan, our clients will be able to rent a car and also explore which holidays have already existed in the country for a long time, which ones from the period of the country's existence. These can be international, Soviet, or National holidays. Kyrgyzstan celebrates Independence Day on August 31, and on March 21, the traditional Muslim holiday of Nooruz. On this day, people usually prepare a traditional sumelek dish made from wheat malt. You will also have a chance to learn that many holidays are held together with the burning of juniper.