Issyk Kul is the pearl of Kyrgyzstan. The lake is visited by tourists looking for amazing nature. Issyk Kul is known to be transmitted as "hot lake" from the Kyrgyz language as it never freezes and literally may be visited any season of the year. Though in the very north the lake may be covered with a thin sheet of ice. The lake is surrounded by mountains in the north-east of Kyrgyzstan. It is without outflows and is known as the largest high-altitude lake. The water level is 8.5 meters between 1856-2002. As it is a mountain country, in the north it borders the Kungey-Alatau Range and in the south it borders the Terskey-Alatau Range. Travelling in Kyrgyzstan it is obligatory to visit Issyk Kul with an aim to feel clear water, pristine nature and fresh air. Clear water of the lake is the home for more than 20 species of fish. Most of fish are caught in order to be sold later on the beaches of the lake to tourists in Kyrgyzstan. In 1950 northern shores of the lake were visited for recreational tourism. There are also investigations proved that in deep waters of Issyk Kul there is a town. This ancient town disappeared long time ago in the result of earthquake, as some researchers consider. The other theory is that there was a valley and town was flooded in Middle Ages. During tours in Kyrgyzstan tourists may get tired of crowds of people and the city, and that is why they start for a trip. It is cool atmosphere in the evening in mountain gorges, and in the morning there is fresh air on the whole territory of the lake in Kyrgyzstan.
If you have decided to have a rest in a place of great nature, Issyk Kul in Kyrgyzstan must be visited in such case. Tourists travelling in Kyrgyzstan very often don't miss an opportunity to swim in cool waters of the lake and sunbathe under the sun of Kyrgyzstan. We are glad to offer service of the highest level to you. You need to identify your suggestions and desires and welcome to Kyrgyzstan. We are waiting for you to show our sunny Kyrgyzstan surrounded by mountains. See you!