Guests on tours in Kyrgyzstan will be able to enjoy a trip through the mountain landscapes and explore what holidays there are in the country, rent a car and also explore the sights. You also have the opportunity to learn the facts about the official holidays of the country. These are the holidays Kyrgyzstan celebrates: January 1 - New Year, January 7 - Orthodox Christmas, February 23 - Defenders of Fatherland Day, March 8 - International Women's Day, March 21 - National Holiday Nooruz, April 7 - April Revolution Day, May 1 - Labor Day, May 5 - Constitution Day, May 9 - Victory Day, August 31 - Independence Day, November 7 - Day of History and Memory, Orozo Eid, Kurban Eid.
Kyrgyzstan celebrates such holidays and they are considered weekends. You will be able to go to any part of Kyrgyzstan on tours and explore that people celebrate Muslim religious holidays. According to the lunar calendar, such holidays are celebrated.
During the tour of Kyrgyzstan, you will also learn what holidays there are in different periods of existence and this may include international, Soviet, National holidays. People celebrate Independence Day on August 31, and March 21 is the traditional Muslim holiday of Nooruz. Sumelek is a traditional dish made from wheat malt. Many holidays in Kyrgyzstan are also associated with the burning of juniper.