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KYRGYZSTAN IS OPEN- Kyrgyzstan re-opened for tourism in November 2020.

DOCUMENT OVERVIEW
In September 2017, Kyrgyzstan introduced electronic visas for citizens of over 50 countries. By applying online, travelers of certain nationalities do not have to locate and visit the consulate to apply for a visa to enter the country. The e-Visa allows citizens to obtain Kyrgyzstan visas for the purposes of tourism, transit, and business.

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WHO CAN ENTER KYRGYZSTAN WITH THIS DOCUMENT
Nationalities of over 50 countries qualify for a Kyrgyzstan e-Visa. Visit the FAQs below for the full list or use our Visa Checker tool to see if you can get one.

OBTAIN THE KYRGYZSTAN E-VISA
Applying for the Kyrgyzstan e-Visa is easy and fast with iVisa.com’s 100% online application process. To enter the country, all unvaccinated travelers must have proof of a negative PCR test that was taken no more than 72 hours before arrival. Fully vaccinated travelers no longer have to show a negative test result.

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DISPLAY THE DOCUMENT
Once you finish the application for the Kyrgyzstan e-Visa and make your payment, we’ll send the document to your email inbox in PDF format. Unvaccinated travelers must print out the e-Visa and display it to officials on arrival along with their PCR negative test result. Fully vaccinated travelers no longer have to present a negative test result.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Applicant Photo

  • Passport Personal Details Scan

Important Instructions
  • Foreign citizens who receive a Tourist e-Visa through the electronic visa system may only enter and exit Kyrgyzstan through checkpoints located at Manas International Airport, Chon-Kapka-avtodorozhnyi, Chaldybar- avtodorozhnyi, Ak-Tilek- avtodorozhnyi, Dostuk- avtodorozhnyi, Kyzyl-Bel- avtodorozhnyi, Kulundu- avtodorozhnyi, Bor-Dobo- avtodorozhnyi, Irkeshtam- avtodorozhnyi, Torugart-avtodorozhnyior Osh International Airport, or at the border crossing point called "Ak-Jol" on the border with the Republic of Kazakhstan.

  • You are not required to buy an air ticket before applying for an electronic visa.

  • After arriving in the Kyrgyz Republic, foreigners are obliged to register their hotel/temporary residence within 5 business days from the moment of entry.

  • Your ordinary passport must be valid for at least 6 months after your e-Visa expires. Additionally, your passport should have no less than two (2) free pages. It should not be damaged or include any unofficial remarks.

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, you don't. Fully vaccinated travelers are not required to present a negative test result to enter Kyrgyzstan, however COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not mandatory to enter Kyrgyzstan. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Kyrgyzstan travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.

Fully vaccinated travelers are no longer required to present a negative COVID-19 test result upon entry. A Yellow Fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.

More information in the following link: https://www.who.int/ith/ITH_Annex_I.pdf

There are no quarantine requirements for travelers to Kyrgyzstan.
Unvaccinated travelers need a negative PCR test result taken no more than 72 hours before arrival into Kyrgyzstan. Fully vaccinated travelers no longer have to present a negative test result. Children under age 5 are exempt from testing requirements.
The Kyrgyzstan Tourist e-Visa is the official travel document needed by foreigners for tourist purposes to visit Kyrgyzstan.
The Kyrgyzstan Tourist e-Visa costs USD 61.80. Additionally, there is a service fee of USD 35.00 for standard processing. For rush processing and super rush processing the service fee is USD 65.00 and USD 100.00, respectively.

It depends on the processing time you choose. We offer three options:

  • Standard Processing: 9 Business Days

  • Rush Processing: 7 Business Days

  • Super Rush Processing: 5 Business Days

It is valid for 60 days after arrival.
Your ordinary passport has to be valid for at least 6 months after your e-Visa expires. Also, it should not have less then 2 free pages. It should not be damaged and should not include unofficial remarks.
No, we can not change or modify any details on the e-Visa once it's issued. If you do, however, realize you made a mistake before your visa has been issued, then please contact us ASAP via online chat or by sending an email to help@ivisa.com.
The maximum stay allowed is 60 days in Total.
Foreign citizens who have received a Tourist e-Visa in the electronic visa system need to enter and exit Kyrgyzstan through checkpoints located at:
  1. Manas Airport
  2. Osh Airport
  3. Chon-Kapka-avtodorozhnyi
  4. Chaldybar- avtodorozhnyi
  5. Ak-Jol Avtodorozhnyi
  6. Ak-Tilek- avtodorozhnyi
  7. Dostuk- avtodorozhnyi
  8. Kyzyl-Bel- avtodorozhnyi
  9. Kulundu- avtodorozhnyi
  10. Bor-Dobo- avtodorozhnyi
  11. Irkeshtam- avtodorozhnyi
  12. Torugart-avtodorozhnyi.
The following countries are exempt from presenting an invitation letter when applying for a Tourist e-Visa: Albania, Andorra, Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Cyprus, Indonesia, Israel, Macedonia, Mexico, Montenegro, Oman, Philippines, Romania, San Marino, South Africa, Serbia, Thailand, Turkey and Venezuela.

Holders of passports issued by the following 61 nations are not required to obtain a visa for Kyrgyzstan up to the length of stay mentioned below:

  • Indefinite: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Cuba, Georgia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Moldova, North Korea, Russia, Tajikistan, Vietnam.

  • 90 days: Mongolia and Ukraine

  • 60 days: Australia, Bahrain, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Canada, Kuwait, Monaco, New Zealand, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, United States, Uzbekistan, Vatican City. Also, citizens from the European Union / EFTA except for Bulgaria, Cyprus and Romania citizens are exempt from a visa.

  • 30 days: Malaysia and Turkey

If you take a look at the world map, you will notice that there are a lot of ‘stans’ in Asia, but Kyrgyzstan is one of the most open to the western world. They embrace tourism, and even if it is still a developing field, you can go and explore it just for your curiosity. They do have lovely landscapes in the mountains, lakes where you can relax for a day or two, and the cultural tours are interesting. If you go there for a few days, you will not get bored. However, before you start packing your bags, you need to know a few things about Kyrgyzstan so that you can have a lovelier trip.
Wondering when the best time to visit? That depends on what you are looking for. Just like any other country, Kyrgyzstan has its high, low, and shoulder season. The high season is generally crowded with tourists who go there to trek the mountains. This happens from July to September. That is also the period in which most festivals take place, so if you choose to go then, you should expect some fascinating events. The low season is October through March. Most of the trekking trails are closed off because of the bad weather and huge mountains of snow. It is too dangerous. Even so, tourists still visit Kyrgyzstan for the winter sports. There are several winter resorts that can provide a lot of fun. Lastly, the shoulder season is May through June. That is when there is still a bit of snow in the mountains, but the weather is nice, and the flowers are blooming all over the country. If you do not like crowds, it is the best time to visit Kyrgyzstan. You may have concerns about your safety, which is something natural. Even so, you do not have many things to worry about. People in Kyrgyzstan welcome tourists, and they do not have issues with terrorism. You should feel pretty safe. As you can imagine, there are a few things that can happen, but there is nothing serious. You may experience some scamming. Taxi drivers do not always turn on the meter, and you end up paying more than your trip is worth. However, if you pay attention so that the driver turns it on, you should be just fine. You should also have small bills on you at all times. Even walking down the streets alone at night is safe, although we do not recommend it. Bad people exist in every part of the world, and it is better for you to play it safe. As for communication, you may have a bad time if the only language you speak is English. The Kyrgyz people do not speak it, and even if you hire a translator, some things will be lost in translation. So what option do you have? Kyrgyzstan is an old Soviet country, so as you can imagine, Russian is one of the languages people use. There is also Kyrgyz, and more and more people learn to use it. If you want to get around, you should probably learn some basic words in both languages. Keep in mind that it depends on which region you visit. Some speak Russian, some Kyrgyz, but it would not hurt to learn a little bit of both. They are not the easiest languages to learn, but without that effort, you may have a tough time getting around. When it comes to money, Kyrgyzstan uses som, the local currency. The country is a cash-based society. You may be able to pay for your hotel using a credit or a debit card, but that is pretty much it. All the rest must be paid in cash. At the same time, you cannot get som outside the country. You can try, but chances of you finding a bank to exchange your money in som are slim to none. When you leave, it is recommended that you take US dollars. The bank will change your money, but you need to speak their language. Otherwise, you will have a tough time making the exchange. Another thing that you should know is that Kyrgyzstan’s population is mostly Muslim, but you will be surprised at how relaxed they are. You do not have to follow the same rules as in Arabic countries, for example. Women dress decently, but they do not go overboard. However, there are some regions where people practice Islam with more dedication, and if you find yourself in one of those regions, you need to dress conservatively. You do not want people giving you nasty looks while you walk among them. It is also a sign of respect. Your luggage should include a few bottles of hand sanitizer. For some reason, most bathrooms do not have soap. As you can imagine, you need to clean your hands thoroughly before meals. As for food and drinks, chances are that you are going to like it. Since the people of Kyrgyzstan have a nomadic descent, they consume a lot of milk and tea. They do have vegetables, but they are not big fans. Even so, if you have a vegan diet, you need to ask, and you will be served. But overall, the food looks very colorful and is delicious. It is perfectly seasoned. There are some traditional dishes you can try as well. You may hear about some unconventional beverages such as fermented horse milk, but if you have the stomach for it, you should try drinking it. Who knows? Maybe you will like it. If not, you should stick to clack or green tea. The Kyrgyz people have it with every single meal. The bottom line is that Kyrgyzstan is a country worth visiting. The people are welcoming, although they may seem a little bit tough in the beginning. It is one of their traits. The country is safe, and you cannot go there without doing some trekking in the mountains. The landscapes are stunning, and you will create beautiful memories.
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