Jalal-Abad Region Kyrgyzstan
Jalal-Abad region is located in the south-west of the country. It borders with Uzbekistan. The main mountainous terrain of the region is the north-eastern part of the Fergana Valley and the mountains of the Western Tien-Shan. The main ranges: Talas Alatau, Fergana Range, Chatkal and others. The main river of the region is Naryn. It is the longest in Kyrgyzstan, the length of the river is about 800 km.
Interesting places to visit: Besh-Aral reserve, Sary-Chelek reserve and the lakes, Padysh-Ata reserve, Arslanbob waterfalls and walnut forests, Jalal-Abad city, The medieval mausoleum of Shah-Fazil (XIII century) and the Uzgen Minaret.