- Naryn region
Son-Kul is the second largest lake in the country: its area is 278 square meters. km It is located in a hollow between two ridges at an altitude of 3016 m. Son-Kul depth is 14 m. There are 10 species of fish in the lake, and up to 70 species of birds can be seen on its shores. Son-Kul water is unusually transparent, and it should be noted that it can change its shade. The eastern part of the lake is part of the Karatal-Zhapyryk National Reserve. There are almost no trees in the surrounding landscape, and everything around them lives in the ancient temporal months, which themselves live in a traditional dwelling - a yurt. Son-Kul Lake can be reached along mountain roads from 4 sides.