According to the decision of the Republican Special Commission, from June 10, 2022, temporary restrictions related to the coronavirus will be lifted on entering Uzbekistan by air, border stations and border checkpoints.
In this regard, the rules requiring foreign tourists to provide a negative PCR test result for coronavirus, a rapid test for coronavirus antigens and a vaccination certificate or passport are canceled.
The commission took into account the dynamics of the spread of the coronavirus in Uzbekistan, the number of hospitalized and discharged patients, a positive development in the number of citizens quarantined, as well as the epidemiological situation in the country, WHO recommendations and the Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Heritage.
Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers Edil Bayzalov held a regular meeting of the operational headquarters to combat the spread of coronavirus infection and eliminate its consequences.
As a result of the meeting, a decision was made on May 1 to abolish the mandatory requirement to have a negative PCR test or vaccination certificate when crossing the border of Kyrgyzstan.
The regional plenipotentiaries of the President have been instructed, together with the Ministry of Health, to continue the vaccination campaign.
At the next meeting, the Cabinet will consider the decision to cancel the emergency regime.
Lake Rahat is located at the foot of the Juku Pass, south of Lake Issyk Kul. At more than 3000 meters above sea level, it is located on an important passage of the Silk Roads. The lake is a glacial lake and the water is always cloudy. The current path passes by the eastern shore of the lake but you will see an old path on the western shore, which was certainly marked by caravaners. 580 meters long, it is surrounded by several snow-capped peaks all year round.
The 4th city of the country is the economic center of northern Afghanistan, some 60 km south of the Uzbek city Termez. It is known for its magnificent blue mosque and the tomb of Mohammed's cousin, and it is in his honor that the city is called "the tomb of the saint". The city is very old, but Balkh, the neighboring city, already existed in the Bronze Age.
The Kyrgyz culture has been greatly influenced by the nomadic heritage. It is reflected in the way a household was run, in customs, and rites. People decorated their homes with items that were both beautiful and practical. The masterpiece of folk creation is the Kyrgyz yurta (yourt, yurt, tent), which was easy to assemble and transport from place to place.
Mongolian cuisine is quite simple cuisine, mainly limited by the arid regions of the Mongolian Plateau, whether the steppe, which covers most of these regions, the Gobi Desert, the Khangai. Most of the food comes from animals, whether for their meat, fat or dairy products they produce. Millet is the main Mongolian cereal, but barley and wheat are also used. Fruits and vegetables are almost absent from the kitchen.
The Juku Gorge (Juku, Zhuuku or Zaouka) is the longest gorge in the Terskei AlaToo range, famous for its varied nature, its beautiful views and its vast expanse. It is located on the southern coast of Lake Issyk-Kul where the waters flow, 40 kilometers from the city of Karakol. The three main tributaries are the rivers Asha Kashka Suu, Dongouromé and Jukutchak, known for its hot springs.
CBT Talas offers a good alternative to poor housing that can be found in the town of Talas. Turdubek, the coordinator, will be glad to show its oblast. CBT Talas as one the most important ecotouristic actor in Talas is our partner in order to organize the long trek between Talas and Sary Shelek lakes. Ask us for our cultural, horseback riding and trekking's programs.
Conflicts over water in Central Asia are at the heart of the short film Beyond the Glacier, directed by David Rodríguez Muñiz in 2019. An interesting documentary that takes the form of a journey, from the glaciers of Kyrgyzstan to the sea of Kyrgyzstan. Aral.
Nomad's Land is member of the Kyrgyz Association of Tour Operators (KATO).
КАТО is a non-profit organization that defends the corporate interests of its members and the rights of its clients.
The Association’s most important goal is the creation of a civilized tourism market and assistance in the tourism industry development at the national level.
- Creation of a favorable environment for the tourism industry, which is based on globally used principles and standards and will contribute to further economic growth and prosperity in the regions.
– Assistance in protection of environment and animals, territories that have historical, cult, cultural and and environmental significance through the development of responsible recreation, ecological tourism, travel and tourism;