Bishkek, July 17 / Kabar /. The southern shore of Issyk-Kul lake will become the center of ethnotourism, where various ethno-festivals is held during summer time, director of the Department of Tourism Azamat Zhamankulov told Kabar Agency.
He said that foreign tourists prefer to travel to places where the human foot has hardly walked, and nature has remained intact in its original form, as well as get acquainted with the traditions of the people, which for them remain a mystery. Therefore, it is necessary to brand the southern shore of Issyk-Kul as a direction of ethno-cultural tourism and to popularize the national and nomadic civilization.
"Many visitors from far abroad are interested in traditions and customs. After all, this is something that one can not see in another country. We should use this and give them this opportunity," Zhamankulov said.