Best of Osh Tours
Make the Most of Your Visit to Osh
Join our city tours in Osh and visit the best sights, taste the best food and experience the best activities
Be practically involved and personally interact with people, traditions and daily activities
not stand-up comedy, but there will be some jokes, acting and impressions (at least attempted).
tours are not only fun, but educational. Less data – only the most interesting facts and stories
As a conventional Central Asian, I have to convince you that you are getting a lot for what you pay!
Why You Should Visit Osh?
Travelers’ hub since bronze age
Osh is an incredibly interesting city with its ancient history, diverse culture, delectable cuisine and geographic location. Therefore, thousands of foreigners visit Osh each year. Mostly, the travelers are attracted to Osh’s ancientness and the legacy of the Great Silk Road. It also serves as the best transit point to Pamir Highway and China’s Kashgar. Osh borders with Uzbekistan what makes it a great spot to continue the journey to the historical cities of Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva. And finally, Osh is the most important administrative center of the south of Kyrgyzstan what makes it the place of expats’ deployment and business trips.
So which group do you belong to?
Well, it doesn’t matter. What matters is that you can make your time more memorable in Osh by exploring it as a unique travel destination. Dive into a blend of diverse cultures, taste one of the best cuisines of Central Asia and participate in the local lifestyle. All of this can be experienced on your own. There is an abundance of information in travel guides and the city is full of hospitable people who are willing to help you.
However, if you are willing to take your journey to another level and deepen your experience, I offer my tours to suit your interests and create long-lasting memories.
Hey! My name is Atabek. I’m an Osh native and am so obsessed with my hometown that I decided to start “Best of Osh” as a way to show people its most incredible features.
My background is in political science (and if it’s important, you should know that I’m a neo-classical realist, constructivist, and liberal all in one), but I left the dark realm of politics behind to work in tourism several years ago. As I see it, tourism is one of the most effective forms of Joseph Nye’s soft power — it generates more benefits of friendship, dialogue, and prosperity than most government-sponsored programs. Building up Kyrgyzstan’s soft power has served as the primary motivation for my tours and this company. My goal is to introduce my country, people, culture and daily life to you in the most entertaining, experiential and delicious ways (and it’s also a great excuse to eat my favorite foods and visit my favorite spots).
Please get in touch! You can reach me through the contact form and social media embedded below!