Many tourists can rent a car and explore the interesting history of Kyrgyzstan. In the tours, tourists can explore the most important facts and events that took place in the country. As in all countries, the history of Kyrgyzstan is rich and ancient. In this article you will be able to reveal only a few facts, but in the tours you will be able to learn a lot of information, discover a new country, communicate with nomads, local residents,  and learn about the local way of life. And your guide will tell you a lot of interesting historical facts.

Tourists can learn a lot of interesting facts about ancient history, explore ancient writings on the walls of villages, stones. As you know, in history, nomads came from pasture to pasture and took with them only the most necessary things, yurts, portable dwellings that were comfortable, with livestock and the necessary staff. The history of the Kyrgyz is estimated at 2000 years, and refers to the 201st century BC, in written sources.

You can get acquainted with the hospitality of the people and rent a car, see the beautiful and powerful mountains, enjoy nature, and learn how art and culture were created in those days. You can visit the open-air rock art gallery located in the city of Cholpon Ata, in Issyk Kul. In this place you will learn about the existence of spiritual life and the Bronze Age. As our tourist, you can see rock paintings or petroglyphs that depict scenes from communication, hunting or everyday life, which is very interesting.

The first mention of the Kyrgyz was given in 201 BC. The entire history of the ancient Kyrgyz extends from 1000 to 300 AD. "Historical notes" give us information about the Kyrgyz in the chronicle, as five peoples tried to fight against the Huns. Other notes were also given in the Han Shu chronicle, which the historian Ban Gu tells us. According to scientists, the homeland of the Kyrgyz was East Turkestan, where their territory was.

People believed that the period from 1200-1400 were marked as tragic events that were due to the bloody invasion of the Mongols. After their arrival, they were able to suppress the culture of the Turks. Guests can rent a car and find out that Genghis Khan took over the Yenisei Kyrgyz in 1207. In the 12th and 15th centuries, nomads converted to Islam because of the influence of Persian, Arab, and Turkic traders.

Become a tourist of our company and you will be able to find out how in the 15th century the country was an eyewitness to how people moved massively from southern Siberia. For this reason, they did not have a state from the 15th century until the 19th century. There were tribes that wanted to create a single state with a single leader. Their attempts were futile, but new tribes emerged, with views on independence and a political system.

From the 18th century to the 19th century, the Kyrgyz people expressed a desire to join the Russian Empire. Subsequently, he sent several times his ambassadors to inform the Russian leadership about the desire of the Kyrgyz people to join the country. The North of the Kyrgyz wanted to join the Russian Empire because of constant threats and attacks. Threats came not only from external regions, but also from internal ones. The South did not support the idea of annexation and for this reason was annexed by force. But in the end, the accession led to the fact that people moved from a nomadic lifestyle to a sedentary one, began to engage in agriculture and lead a household.

The Bolsheviks seized power in the Russian Empire in the early 20th century in 1917. They were against the exploitation of the people and put forward that all people will be equal before each other. This can be called the beginning of the Soviet Union. after that, the development of the country's political and cultural life began. The development of the educational sphere has also begun. People change their statehood to an Autonomous region rather than a Republic. And the most tragic thing at this time was that people did not have the right to believe in God or in any faith. In the end, all this led to the murder of civilians.

In 1991, the Soviet Union was destroyed, and Kyrgyzstan gained independence after that. People tried to start a new life after independence, but this collapse only led to a decrease in living standards, unemployment and a crisis in the political, social and economic spheres. After gaining independence, Kyrgyzstan gained its own flag and coat of arms. Then in 1992 it joined the UN, and in 1993 it had its own Constitution. The country remained unstable, which eventually led to internal conflicts and 2 revolutions that occurred in 2005 and 2010. But at the moment, the country lives in calmness. Here you can conduct tours and enjoy your trip.