The Alai Valley is located high in the mountains, between the Alai and Chon-Alai ranges in the south of Kyrgyzstan. Its length is 150 km, the width is 2-25 km, the average height is 3000 m. The central part of the valley enters the basin of the Kyzyl-Suu river. The climate in the Alai Valley is dry and cold. Alai is rich in its meadows, where tall, thick grass grows. Thanks to the fact that the Alai Olina is so green in this area, many cattle are always grazed. The Alai Valley is very diverse. Perhaps there you will be lucky enough to see many wild animals. In this area there are many varieties of wildlife, for example, stone ptarmigans, mountain goats, bears, Alai red marmots, foxes, ulars. The Amu Darya River in Alai is famous for its magnificent trout.
In the south, the valley is skirted by the Chon-Alai Range, whose height above the valley is 3000 m. Once in this unusual place you will enjoy the picturesque landscapes of majestic mountains and eternal glaciers.