The Issyk Kul Lake is without a doubt Kyrgyzstan's crowning achievement. A heated lake may be seen from this hilltop vantage point. Because of its saltiness, it will never freeze. It's salty for a reason, according to folklore. The historic city is supposed to have been destroyed by an earthquake. As a result, many ladies who had been out of town at the time were scared to death.
If you want to take a tour or rent a car to the lake, which saw its water level decrease by roughly 8.5 meters between 1856 and 2002, please contact us. Visitors on a Kyrgyzstan tour may view the lake that links the Kungey-Alatau and Terskey-Alatau mountain ranges. According to local legend, the lake is a fisherman's paradise. On the beach, you may buy naked osman, chebak, and carp if you're feeling bold. Visitors to Kyrgyzstan can rent a car and take a driving tour of the country to learn more about the country's water and air quality, as well as the general atmosphere.