Currently, Kyrgyzstan celebrates many holidays that travelers should know about if they intend to go on a tour and rent cars. In Kyrgyzstan, you can celebrate such official holidays as: January 1 - New Year, January 7 - Orthodox Christmas, February 23 - Defenders of the Fatherland Day, March 8 - International Women's Day, March 21 - National Nooruz holiday, April 7 - Day of the April Revolution, 1 May - Labor Day, May 5 - Constitution Day, May 9 - Victory Day, August 31 - Independence Day, November 7 - History and Memory Day, Orozo-Eid, Kurban-Eid.
We also inform travelers that these marked days in the calendar as holidays are declared as weekends. In addition, based on the list of holidays celebrated in Kyrgyzstan, it is noticeable that Muslim religious holidays are also celebrated. The days of such religious holidays are assigned according to the lunar calendar. You can contact our managers and learn about how to travel around Kyrgyzstan, about booking the tour with cars for rent Bishkek service, as well as find out details about the holidays.
This large number of holidays refers to such types as national, international and even Soviet holidays, which travelers will recognize during the tour with rent cars service. For example, pay attention to such holidays as August 31 - the day of celebration of Independence, March 21 - the traditional sacred holiday of Nooruz, when local residents prepare a sumelek from wheat malt. In addition, the main difference of the Kyrgyz people is that many traditional holidays are celebrated with rituals of burning juniper.