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Welcome to Kyrgyzstan the best place adorers of rafting and white water sports! There are dozens mountainous rivers that are well known among rafters and even more undiscovered routes. You will have a wonderful time being there and you will get a lot of new experience. Rafting in Kyrgyzstan is going to be the one of the most popular activities. Take you chance - come for rafting to Kyrgyzstan!
The wealth of mountain streams and sunny days has been attracting adorers of white water to Kyrgyzstan since the last century. The unique natural conditions of the republic provide routes of different categories of complexity that will satisfy both experienced raftmen and beginners.
There is nothing that can impress you more than a fascinating rafting tour along mountain rivers. In Kyrgyzstan, the best rivers for this kind of travel are the Chu, Chon-Kemin, Kekemeren, Chatkal, and Naryn. The unique landscapes of the republic provides everything that needed for unforgettable vacations. The rafting season in the republic varies from April to October. The level of complexity measuring on the six-point scale and depends on the season. That is why for some rivers, the most favorable time for water tours is the end of August, and September.
The river Chu is the most preferred for commercial rafting because it lies at elevation about 1,500m above sea level. The temperature of the water (15°-18°C) and climatic conditions from June till mid-September allow rafting even without diving suits, and the complexity of barriers does not exceed five points. The section of the river that runs in the Bohom gorge is the national 'white water arena and consider being a unique training site for the whole Central Asian region. Due to its location near the capital of the republic, communications development over the years and some other reasons the popularity of rafting in the Bohom gorge is growing among the locals and foreign guests as well.
Before, at the times of the Soviet Union the biggest popularity had many-day tours on the Chatkal, Kekemeren, Naryn rivers. And Chatkal river used to be one of the five most popular rivers in the USSR. But for the last several years, one-or two-day tours on the rivers Chu and Chon-Kemin have gained the same popularity.
In consideration of the half-century history of exploring the Kyrgyz rivers there are still lots of opportunities for pioneers to travel down the rivers that remain unaware of rafts and kayaks. The most fascinating routes is the rafting tour from Inylchek glacier through the almost impassable Sarydzhaz canyon, 30km long.