Many tourists can use our company's car rent service and go on tours around the country to study the history of Kyrgyzstan. In our tours you will be able to get acquainted with interesting information and learn a lot of historical facts. We see how the country's history has changed and rich. It is not possible to learn all the historical details in this article, but it is possible to understand the overall picture. During the tours, you can visit many places, meet local people, nomads and learn a lot of interesting history from the guides.

During the tours, guests will be able to get acquainted with ancient writings, petroglyphs and see them on the rocks and walls of gorges. Such places can tell a lot about the ancient nomads. As you know, nomads moved in search of better pasture and usually moved their yurts, homes, livestock and staff. As the history is estimated to be about 2000 years old and mentioned by 201 BC, as indicated in written sources.

It will be a great solution to rent a car and get acquainted with the Kyrgyz people, history, culture, walk around the mountains, see the beautiful history and see the places where art was born. We are talking about an open stone Museum, where there are stones with images of animals such as snow leopards, horses, bulls, goats, as well as various scenes of hunting, everyday life or communication. All this is located in Cholpon Ata, on Issyk Kul, where the place is the spiritual center of life and belongs to the Bronze Age.

The country's history dates back to 201 BC and the ancient history stretches from 1000 BC to 300 AD. Information tells about five Nations that fought the Huns as indicated in the "Historical sources". Other notes have the historian Ban Gu in the Chronicles of the Han Shu. According to scientists, East Turkestan was the territory of the ancient Kyrgyz.

As people assume that the years 1200-1400 are tragic for people, since in these times there were Mongol raids. After their arrival, the developed culture of the Turks faded away. Guests of the country can rent a car and go on a trip and learn how the Yenisei Kyrgyz were under the rule of Genghis Khan in 1207. Later, the ancient nomads in the 12-15 centuries adopted the religion of Islam, after the influence of Arab, Persian and Turkic traders.

Contact our company and we will be able to provide you with excellent car rent, and organize tours of Kyrgyzstan, which in the 15th century hosted people from southern Siberia. For this reason, people did not have a state from the 15th century until the 19th century. There were tribes that wanted to unite and create one state with one ruler. This idea did not translate into reality, and so there were tribes with views on independence and a political system.

From the 18th century to the 20th century, the Kyrgyz wanted to be part of the Russian Empire. Over time, they sent representatives to inform the Russian leadership of their intentions. In the past, the Northern part of the Kyrgyz wanted to join the Russian Empire, as it suffered from attacks and threats. Attacks and threats came from inside and outside the territory. The southern part was against annexation and was therefore annexed by force. As a result, the annexation led to a sedentary lifestyle from nomadic and people became citizens and engaged in agriculture.

The Bolsheviks in the 20th century took power from the Russian Empire in early 1917. They spoke out against the exploitation of the people, and wanted equality between each other. So the Soviet Union began to exist. The country began to develop the cultural and political life of the country. As well as educational facilities. As a result, statehood was replaced by an Autonomous region rather than a Republic. As a result, it was forbidden to believe in God or any other religion. And it was tragic, because it all led to a lot of murders of ordinary residents.

The Soviet Union was destroyed in 1991 and Kyrgyzstan gained independence. People showed a desire to live in a new country that accepted sovereignty and had more plans for the future, but in the end this led to a decrease in living standards, unemployment, and a crisis in economic, social and political life. The country also gained its own flag and anthem after independence. It became part of the UN in 1992 and adopted a Constitution in 1993. The country was still unstable. As a result, all this led to conflicts within the country. People were dissatisfied with the government, and as a result, 2 revolutions took place in 2005 and 2010. The people were not satisfied with the government's management methods. But today the country is calm; the country is waiting for tourists with hospitality in tours.