Due to its natural characteristics, Kyrgyzstan is very suitable for the following types of tourism, such as: fishing, mountaineering, trekking, hunting and more. Since the wild nature of Kyrgyzstan is very diverse, many foreign tourists come here for hunting.
From year to year, hunting in Kyrgyzstan is becoming more and more popular among tourists.
The interest of foreign tourists is attracted to hunting trophies of such wild animals as: deer, goats, Marco Polo.
Also in Kyrgyzstan, hunting for foxes, wolves, hares, pheasants, Asian cacti and mountain turkeys is carried out.
Guides with extensive hunting experience usually allow hunters to hunt to get good trophies. Such trophies can decorate the collection of any hunter.
When visiting Kyrgyzstan, you will take with you not only hunting trophies, but also learn a lot about the life and culture of the Kyrgyz people, as well as the nature of the mountainous country.
Hunting grounds can be found in all regions of the country.
The Issyk-Kul region has the following hunting grounds - Semiz-Bel and Cholponbek. The following are located in Naryn oblast: Kochkor, Chyrmashev and Besh-Bala. Osh oblast includes such areas as Kashka-Suu and Kok-Suu. In the Chui oblast there are the following sites: Shamsi, Kaindy and Belen-Teke. And the Talas oblast owns such lands as Kara-Bura and Kusushtak.
Hunting is conducted in the mountains at an altitude of 3000-4000 meters above sea level. The hunting season usually begins around September in all regions of the country and lasts until February, depending on the type of hunting.
Hunting in Kyrgyzstan is a licensed and legal activity. All hunters should receive special permission for hunting.
Hunting is a popular and exciting type of tourism in Kyrgyzstan.
Excellent hunting and magnificent trophies are waiting for you!