Kyrgyzstan in April

It is warm with frequent, though not heavy, rainfall in Kyrgyzstanfrom March to May, the country’s spring. Frost across the country begins to soften, and in March temperatures reach highs of 15 °C (59 °F)in the southern city of Osh; by May they can be over 25 °C (77 °F), with precipitation around 20mm across the spring. A favored pastime in the spring is to visit the flowering meadows off the Jeti Oguz valley in the north east, where people go to relax and drink large doses of kumis (mare’s milk) renowned by the locals for its health-giving qualities.

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Landscapes and Cityscapes of Uzbekistan & Kyrgyzstan

Discover the hidden treasures of two countries on this two-week tour. Marvel at the ancient architecture and explore the bustling bazaars of Uzbekistan’s big cities and plunge into the lakes, mountains and canyons of scenic Kyrgyzstan, where you’ll bathe in hot springs, picnic in meadows and even stay in a rustic local home.

Interests Amazing Landscapes, Architecture
Duration
14 days / 13 nights
Price Per Person
From $8,600

Pan-Stans: Country Collecting in Central Asia

This tour of the Silk Road “Stans” takes you through Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan in just two short weeks. Designed specifically for those looking to dip toes into each destination rather than explore in depth, this itinerary ensures luxury and comfort in a part of the world that can be tricky to country-hop without expert guidance.

Interests Architecture, Heritage
Duration
14 days / 13 nights
Price Per Person
From $10,600

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