Before the trip to Kyrgyzstan Aidos to Koilubaev, a colleague at Northern fleet and a native of Bishkek, and nowadays the inhabitant of Moscow, admonished: “make Sure you go to Issyk-Kul”. According to him, to be in Kyrgyzstan and not to see this beautiful lake is not to visit red square arrived in Moscow. And the Aidos strongly recommended to enjoy Marinka, chebachok and other fish of Issyk-Kul.
At the entrance to Balykchi town and on the road around the lake catch the eye billboards “take care of the Issyk-Kul lake — the beauty of the earth”. The Kirghiz themselves call it the “jewel” of their country. Testify in person: have something. As the lake itself and surrounding landscapes are very beautiful. And the water in Issyk-Kul in its purity is second only to lake Baikal. Its color varies from light azure to dark blue. Along the perimeter at different distances along the coast are snow-covered ridges, which gives additional charm. The nature scenery very much varies depending on specific location. If the East is the steppe on dark chestnut soils, on mountain slopes of the West is semi — desert, but in the East, at similar altitudes, especially along the gorges of Terskey Continue reading