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This article contains all the safety information you need to know about Kyrgyzstan to enjoy your trip there in Kyrgyzstan is a country that stole our hearts. From the very first moment we crossed its border with Kazakhstan , we were stunned by its beautiful pristine mountains. The country provided us with so many reasons to fall in love with it. It has thousands of high alpine lakes, a millennia-old culture , beautiful horse treks , and interesting traditions.
There are just so many wonderful new things to discover and see in Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyzstan has so many of these pristine untouched landscapes….
Unfortunately, because of its suffix -stan, the country is often associated with other less popular and dangerous destinations like Afghanistan. Eagle hunting is one of the fascinating traditions Kyrgyzstan has kept over the centuries. Kyrgyzstan really has a lot of amazing things to offer but is it a safe country? The Kyrgyz people are some of the most friendly and welcoming people we have met! Kyrgyzstan is a destination that is becoming more and more popular with each year and tourism is growing at an incredible rate.
Apart from all the sights the country offers , it is, overall, a very safe place to visit. Actually, all five countries in Central Asia — Kazakhstan , Kyrgyzstan , Tajikistan , Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan — were placed in Level 1 countries by the US Department of State, meaning they are among the safest countries in the world to travel to! Kyrgyzstan, when it comes to safety, is at the same level as Canada, Estonia, Norway, Sweden, and Singapore.
Here we are spending the evening with a lovely Kyrgyz family who invited us for dinner. People in Kyrgyzstan are super welcoming as you see in this video that we filmed when a Kyrgyz family received us in their home. It is true that there were some violent land disputes between the Kyrgyz and Uzbeks in the city of Osh in but that was 30 years ago. This dispute has not targeted or harmed any tourist in Kyrgyzstan.