Our team is happy to provide tours with rent cars so that guests of the country can travel and learn about the holidays. In this small article, we want to briefly talk about the main holidays of the country. In Kyrgyzstan, January 1 - New Year, January 7 - Orthodox Christmas, February 23 - Defenders of the Fatherland Day, March 8 - International Women's Day, March 21 - National holiday Nooruz, April 7 - Day of the April Revolution, May 1 - Labor Day, May. 5 - Constitution Day, May 9 - Victory Day, August 31 - Independence Day, November 7 - History and Memory Day, Orozo Eid, Kurban Eid.
These holidays are considered non-working days, i.e. weekends. Traveling around Kyrgyzstan during the tours with cars for rent service, tourists see that the main country celebrates Muslim holidays, which are indicated according to the lunar calendar.
Taking the cars for rent Bishkek service, travelers during the tour can understand that the holidays celebrated in the country began to be celebrated in different periods. Therefore, the holidays in the country can be international, Soviet, national. In Kyrgyzstan, they celebrate August 31 - the day of celebration of Independence, March 21 - the traditional Muslim holiday Nooruz, when local residents prepare a sumelek from wheat malt. Junipers are also often burned on almost all national holidays.