Last Updated: September 10, 2020
The culture, nature, and magnificent sights that can be found only in Kyrgyzstan is now open again for tourism. However, Kyrgyzstan only reopened its borders for tourism to select countries as of August 21, 2020.
Who Can Enter Kyrgyzstan?
Here’s the list of the current countries who can enter to Kyrgystan:
September 10 update: Kyrgyzstan will resume flights with Kuwait on Sept. 10 and with Uzbekistan on Sept. 20. In addition, travelers arriving from Kuwait or Uzbekistan are exempted from the mandatory 14-day quarantine requirement upon arrival. All passengers will be subject to health screenings, including a temperature check.
Are There Testing and/or Quarantine Upon Entry?
As of now, there are no mandatory testing or quarantine requirements if the traveler is coming from one of the above countries.
However, PCR testing might soon become a requirement for arriving passengers.
In addition, all passengers arriving into Kyrgyzstan will undergo a health screening upon arrival. That is to say if symptoms are detected, they may be required to quarantine.
Other Entry Requirements
A valid Visa or Visa On Arrival if applicable depending on which origin a traveler is coming from. Wearing of face masks is mandatory in Kyrgyzstan.
What’s Open in Kyrgyzstan?
- Some hotels and accommodations.
- Public transportation in Kyrgyzstan is operating.
- Restaurants and cafes in Kyrgyzstan are open but bars remain closed.
- Unfortunately, non-essential businesses and attractions in Kyrgyzstan remain closed.
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