Because Kyrgyzstan is a mountainous country, it has a large number of lakes, around 2000, travelers will see on a tour. They may be found at elevations ranging from 2500 to 4000 meters above sea level. Some of them are formed as a result of glacier melting. Today, any tour in Kyrgyzstan, including those based on car rental, will take you to such lakes as Issyk Kul, Son Kul, and Chatyr Kul on tours.
For the time being, we're searching for opportunities to reveal the intricacies of the development and fundamental emergence of the lakes, therefore dear travelers, let's start with the following lakes to visit on tours with a car rent service:
At 1600 meters above sea level, Issyk Kul Lake is located. It is the country's pearl lake, located in the midst of the Tien Shan Mountains. The lake's name literally translates to "warm lake." Even in the cold, it never freezes. After Lake Baykal, it is the world's second most clear lake. Then there's Son Kul Lake, which is well-known for its elevation of 3016 meters above sea level. This lake's area is notable for its breathtaking valleys and summer meadows, which are ideal for wandering. The Kajyrty River and the Naryn River both feed this lake.
The second lake we'd like to discuss when you are on a tour in Kyrgyzstan is Chayr Kul, which is located 3530 meters above sea level. If you have rented a car, you may get there by driving along the Torugart-Chinese border. From the standpoint of them disappearing each summer, the Merzbacher lake is fascinating. It is possible to become the one to trek and leap the boarders as they make their way along the country's peaks. The lake Sary Chelek is thus known as the lake of the emergence of the flooded valley. It is completely encircled by trees and woodlands, with mountain streams running through it. The air is clean, and the water is pure. Those that wish to visit this lake, however, will be unable to do so because the region is regulated.