“Nomad’s Land” is a Kyrgyz – Swiss Joint Company operating in Central Asia. We organize all kinds of tourism in Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan. We offer many interesting individual and group programs along the Great Silk Road, trekkings, horse-back ridings, ski tours and other custom-designed trips and have more than 10 years experience in realization of tours in the whole Central Asia.
We work with tourists from different countries and provide high standard of service to our guests. Our partners are highly-qualified travel agencies in Central Asia.
Nomad’s land is involved in developing of tourism in Kyzyl-Suu village and Chon Kyzyl-Suu valley situated at southern shore of the Lake Issyk-Kul. This region has a very favorable position for starting long treks and horse-ridings tours. We encourage local people to provide homestays with appropriate conveniences, horses and meal for our tourists. Thereby we not only try to satisfy the needs of our tourists but also help local people to make their bread.
Located in the heart of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan is a great mountain barrier between an environment of huge desert and steppes. The landscapes are so diverse, that this small country offers a multitude of reasons to go there. Semi-desert wedged between lakes and alpine forests, unexplored mountains, fertile plains and nomadic traditions have created the peculiarities of Kyrgyzstan.
Yurta is a small dwelling, decorated with hand-made felt carpets and strips. Having its routes at ancient Turkic tribes yurta took all the best from many centuries' experience of people. Kyrgyz tribes, occupied with nomadic cattle-breeding in mountains, worked out the best type of transportable dwelling that is easily disjointed, moved on pack animals and again set.
Yurta consists of wooden construction and felt cover.
The earliest ancestors of the Kirghiz people, who are believed to be of mixed Mongol and Kipchak descent, probably settled until the 10th century around what is now the Tuva region of the Russian Federation. With the rise of the Mongol Empire in the 13th century, the Kyrgyz migrated south. They did not emerge as a distinct ethnic group until the 15th century. Various Turkic peoples ruled them until 1685, when they came under the control of the Kalmyks (Oirats, Dzungars). Islam is the predominant religion in the region, and most of the Kyrgyz are Sunni Muslims of the Hanafi school.
Diversity of flora in Kyrgyzstan is determined by the altitudinal zoning. Slopes, varying by humidity, create different kinds of vegetation. On northern slopes steppes, meadow-steppes, meadows, bushes and forests are wide spread. On southern slopes, because of dry climate there are no zones of forests and alpine meadows; semi-deserts and deserts prevail here.
Flora of Kyrgyzstan numbers more than 3676 plants of lower species and 3786 plants of higher species. 600 types of useful wild growing flora are found in the territory of the Republic.
If you want to organize your trip yourself , we can put at your disposal vehicles with experienced drivers . We recommend this approach for people who have good knowledge of Russian or Kyrgyz language. You can also rent our vehicles, but we don't recommend it because it is quite difficult to repair these vehicles in the mountainous regions.
We used to accompany photographers, filmmakers, researchers and scientists and travelers exception. So do not hesitate to contact us to arrange your trip shipping throughout Kyrgyzstan .
Mountains, along the ancient trading route of the Great Silk Road. The hotel is conveniently situated in the business and government district and the central cultural area of Bishkek.
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