From the mountains of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to the deserts of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, this is our complete Central Asia itinerary to help you plan your own.
Often dubbed the easiest 7,000m mountain in the world, climbing Lenin Peak is anything but easy. If you’re considering joining an expedition to the summit, these are a few things to consider while planning your trip.
With turquoise lakes, sprawling glaciers and lush summer meadows, the stunning hike to Alakol and Altyn Arashan should be an essential part of any Kyrgyzstan itinerary. Here’s everything you need to plan your trip, without a guide.
Whether you’ve come to hike between waterfalls or kick back in some of Kyrgyzstan’s prettiest homestays, these are the very best things to do in Arslanbob.
A roadtrip along the epic Pamir Highway is the trip of a lifetime, but its not without its share of quirks. Here’s everything you need to know before driving the Pamir Highway.
From striking snow-capped peaks, past pristine lakes and over lofty mountain passes, here’s our epic roadtrip itinerary along the Pamir Highway.
The oft recommended shared taxi isn’t the only way of getting between Bishkek and Osh. Instead, the night cargo bus provides a cheaper and more comfortable alternative for travel between the two cities.
Jeti-Oguz is one of Kyrgyzstan’s most iconic sights, but with mountains and waterfalls so close by, there’s plenty more to keep you occupied in the area.
Beautiful Jyrgalan, nestled between lush valleys and snow-capped peaks provides the perfect opportunity for off the beaten path hiking in Kyrgyzstan.
Keen to go trekking in Kyrgyzstan but don’t have your own gear? Here’s where to rent the best and most affordable camping equipment in Karakol.