Summer is the peak tourist season in Kyrgyzstan. During this time, the weather is warm and the high mountain passes are open, making it ideal for outdoor adventures such as horseback riding, camping, and yurt stays in the alpine meadows. The country's festivals, like the World Nomad Games, also take place during the summer months.
In the summer, you can also explore high mountain destinations. For instance, you can easily reach the stunning Son-Kul Lake, which lies at an elevation of 3016 meters above sea level, by car. Moreover, it's possible to journey to the Enilchek base camp, situated at an impressive altitude of approximately 4000 meters above sea level. From there, you'll see Kyrgyzstan's very tall mountains, with some reaching heights over 7,000 meters above sea level.
If you like to eat fresh vegetables and fruits, it will be right season to visit and enjoy fresh vegetables and fruits.
Autumn in Kyrgyzstan brings cooler weather and a burst of vivid colors as the leaves change, particularly in the valleys and lower areas. It's an excellent season for photography and trekking, with fewer crowds on the hiking trails compared to the summer. September is an ideal time for trekking and exploring many parts of Kyrgyzstan. October is particularly beautiful, with the mountains and cities adorned in vibrant hues of yellow, red, and green. November brings colder temperatures, especially at night. Sometimes, while cities may experience rain, the mountains could see snowfall, so it's wise to pack warm clothing