1) Raising the environmental awareness of tourists while traveling
Tourism in Central Asia allows guests countless opportunities to learn about the world of the mountainous Tien Shan and Pamir, as well as to experience complete immersion in the natural world on their own experience - without means of communication, surrounded by natural environment and silence. Excursions, parks, biosphere reserves contribute to the reunification of man and nature, deep knowledge of the diverse flora and fauna of Kyrgyzstan and the animals and plants listed in the Red Book will help to value and preserve what is in the country at the moment. Watching how the Tien Shan spruces grow or how a falcon soars rapidly in the air will raise the visitor's awareness of our feathered friends and reveal the secrets of preserving natural coniferous forests. Information brochures issued at the places of visit will acquaint guests with the Issyk-Kul or Sary-Chelek biosphere reserve, where at the places of visit guests will see rare plants and receive information about animals and birds living in these parts. In the reserves for the preservation of the population of marals (Red Deer), guests will personally see the efforts of local residents and the state to preserve wild animals in the mountainous region. The figures given by the guide and statistics of recent years will make you think and rejoice about the future.
2) Reducing excessive wastes
Reducing wastes will avoid the cost of repairing long-term environmental damage and contribute to improving the quality of tourism. Use a permanent marker to label water bottles for each tourist, collect and sort waste after picnics, use eco-bags when shopping for souvenirs, fruits and vegetables. Use only paper cups. Meet the guide in branded clothing with the company logo.
3) Rational use of resources
The conservation and management of natural resources, social and cultural, is critical. Do not pick or trample flowers while hiking, photo stops. Minimize the use of water and light. Watching birds and wild animals, do not feed or touch cultural monuments. To acquaint with the culture of local peoples, immersing them in the real life of the nomadic way of life. Talk about local traditions, participate in master classes on making local dishes, and relax in eco-camps. To acquaint with all the local peoples of the country. Using examples to show how a multinational country can live in harmony, how the diversity of peoples has positively influenced the way of life, food and traditions of the country as a whole.
4) Create sustainable livelihoods
Visit local workshops for making felt and other handicrafts. Stop and advise to buy vegetables and fruits from local farmers, showing and explaining the importance of using eco-products grown in local fields. Support local communities for accommodation, master classes and lodging. Do photo shoots in local costumes and invite local singers to dinner together. Try to attract tourists to the life of local residents. Immerse yourself in everyday life and use all the resources that the local community provides.
5) Human rights
Provide information and interpretation to clients on relevant sustainability matters in the destination (e.g. protection of flora, fauna, and cultural heritage, resource use), social norms and values (e.g. tips, dressing code and photography) and human rights (e.g. sexual exploitation).
Fully endorse indigenous support, encourage tipping. With gratitude to send to participate in international festivals. It is laconic to talk about the religion of all nationalities living on the territory of Kyrgyzstan. To touch on the positive aspects of respect in the family, the role of women, the elderly and children. Talk about international organizations for the protection of human rights, women's assistance centers and international organizations that have positively influenced the picture of modern society in the country. Provide statistics for the past few years on the decline in sexual slavery, gender humiliation and persecution of political prisoners.
6) Excursions with animals
Special rules for horse riding
The groom must be experienced and the horses well rested
Special Rules for Birds of Prey Shows
Requirements for a guide conducting excursions with animals
7) Cultural values not subject to export
The following items of historical, scientific, artistic or other cultural value are not subject to export:
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