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It is high time to travel in Kyrgyzstan and get one of the most interesting tours by exploring seasons and weather. Everyone is going to meet four unique seasons with car rent service provided by our company. The temperature changes because of the high elevation. The wonderful city of Kyrgyzstan is located in the heart of celestial mountains. The country does not have seas and oceans. It is good for guests to plan tours in Kyrgyzstan and rent a car.
Being on the tour in Kyrgyzstan in March, see the inspiring season of spring. As for mountains this season starts in April. Actually, in spring weather changes frequently. Sometimes raining, snowing, then in the next day is sunny. There are no strong winds in the hills. Spring temperatures start from +9 °C (50 °F) to +23 °C (74 °F).
Travel in summer to see the hottest season where all roads are open for adventures. Taking into consideration September, usually it is raining and cold. Today, the season of visiting Kyrgyzstan not only summer, but also winter! The magical season of winter attracts travelers from around the world. In winter you can rent a car and drive along fairy paths of mountains. Generally, the climate in the mountains is cold and freeze. In the beginning of summer temperature can be +28 °C (83 °F) and up to the end it starts to be higher than +30 °C (86 °F).
In the end of September and in the beginning of November, usually, the real autumn come. Weather changes often, snowing all the time. With the heights it becomes colder than at valleys. Temperature begins from +25 °C (77 °F) and ends with +9 °C (78 °F), -2 °C (28 °F).
So, winter is the coldest season of the year and worth travelling for tours in Kyrgyzstan. Deciding to drive higher to the mountains, it will be colder. There are blizzards in Kyrgyzstan during winter. This is the season when travelers rent a car Kyrgyzstan and travel to the highlands. Temperature is about +4 °C (39 °F), -7 °C (20 °F) to the ones which can be lower than -15°C.