The horse was the first assistant to the Kirghiz in his difficult nomadic life. He made difficult journeys in the mountains, fed on her meat and milk, skin was made from leather for saddles, shoes, belts, and fork wool. The horse was important in waging wars against foreign invaders. And his leisure, and triumph Kirghiz could not imagine without a horse. Over the centuries, the Kirghiz horse developed very valuable qualities as a result of the conditions of its breeding. All the year round she was kept in herds. Severe wintering in the open air in the mountains of the Tien Shan have developed in her exceptional endurance, the ability to extract food from under the snow to a depth of half a meter. The Kirghiz horse has many good exterior qualities: strong back and legs, exceptional hooves, easily withstanding movement without horseshoes on any soil. It can easily make 100-150-kilometer transitions. A relatively small, squat, Kirghiz horse is well adapted to work at high altitude under reduced pressure and a reduced oxygen content in the air.
Horseback tours in Kyrgyzstan is a wonderful kind of recreation, which combines contact with animals and elements of tracking and ecotourism in Kyrgyzstan.
From time immemorial, the horse was an indispensable helper and friend for man. At present, interest in horses has not disappeared.
Many horse trails run past historical monuments, memorial places and nature reserves.
Mounted tours in Kyrgyzstan do not exclude the possibility of walking, which allows you to distribute the load evenly.
The main routes can take place on any roads, forest and mountain trails. Experienced instructors will acquaint you with equestrian harness, and they will teach you the basic skills of riding.
Some horse tours can be combined with rest in tourist complexes or tourist shelters, as well as with other interesting active tours.