Kyrgyzstan is nestled on Central Asia’s map amid massive colliding mountain ranges of the Tien Shan and the Pamirs and borders of China, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. Mountains and their associated valleys, glaciers, gorges and ice-blue lakes dominate over 90% of the country. Kyrgyzstan is among the last few pristine places on Earth with unique highland lakes and soaring mountain peaks, magnificent waterfalls and ancient walnut forests. A country that has preserved its nomadic traditions and rich heritage including Saimaly-Tash petroglyphs, a grandiose natural sanctuary, containing one of the biggest collections of rock paintings in the whole world and Sulaiman Too Sacred Mountain, a beacon for travelers for ages.

This self-drive jeep tour in Kyrgyzstan involves off-road drives through the most beautiful canyons and gorges of Central Tien Shan. Each day offers something new. As you drive your 4WD vehicle, you pass rivers and overcome mountain passes, ride down steep slopes to emerald-green alpine valleys framed by rocks, meet amazingly hospitable nomads in high mountain pastures and bed down in a yurt, feel one with ever-changing beauty of the mountains, peaceful and wild at the same time, and reward yourself with a well-deserved dip in the emerald waters of Sari Chelek, Son Kul and Chatir Kul lakes. With our professional guide / driver you will always feel safe and taken care of while the routes he will choose will be designed for maximum off road fun and adrenaline rush.