Kyrgyzstan, as a well-known mountainous country, and in addition to rivers in the country, travelers can explore a large number of beautiful lakes during a tour with car rent service. The beautiful lakes of Kyrgyzstan can be located at an altitude of 2500-4000 m above sea level. An interesting fact about the lakes is that the melting of glaciers creates some of them. Today, any tourist can freely travel around the country with the help of our rented the car service and see such famous lakes as Issyk Kul, Son Kul and Chatyr Kul.

Lakes in Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyzstan tours.

Perhaps the most famous lake in the country is Issyk Kul, which is located at an altitude of 1600m. It is said that this lake is the pearl of the country, located right in the heart of the Tien Shan Mountains. Issyk Kul in translation from Kyrgyz means, "warm lake", therefore it never freezes even in winter. Moreover, this lake is famous for the fact that among all the lakes in the world it takes the second place in transparency, second only to Baikal. Then, another famous lake, which is the second largest in the country, is Son Kul, located at an altitude of 3016 m above sea level. Tourists traveling through the territory of this lake can enjoy walks in amazing valleys and summer pastures. By the way, the waters of the Kajyrty and Naryn rivers feed this lake.

The third largest lake in the country is Lake Chatyr Kul, which is located at an altitude of 3530 m above sea level. Travelers get to it through car rent service, passing along the Chinese border of Torugart. During the tour with rented the car service, tourists can learn about another lake which is a "disappearing lake" (disappears every summer) and it is called Lake Merzbacher. Also on the territory of Kyrgyzstan there is a lake of extraordinary beauty called Sary Chelek. The nature of the surrounding lake is unique, because there are forests and trees, streams on the mountain slopes. The air on the territory of Lake Sary Chelek is fresh and the water is clean. Travelers will not be able to travel to the lake because the lake is under control.