Through The Lens: The Village Of Arslanbob, Kyrgyzstan

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There’s just something about small villages that we absolutely love, and the village of Arslanbob was no exception. The people living there are 100% Muslim, 95% Uzbek and 5% Kyrgyz, which made for a very colourful, flavourful and hospitable place. From mountains to walnut groves, this little village of 13,000 had it all!

Arslanbob was so photogenic, everywhere we turned there was a moment waiting to be captured. Here are some of our favourite photos from our time spent there:

Boy riding his donkey through the Walnut Grove.

boy with donkey

 

The kind eyes of a Kyrgyz man. 

kyrgyz man

 

Beautiful waterfall. 

waterfall arslanbob

 

GOAT! Posing for the camera.

goat

 

Rocky mountains surrounding the village. 

views of arslanbob

 

Shy hellos from behind the gate.

kyrgyz kids

 

Sun peering through the leaves of the walnut grove.

walnut grove

 

Playing the waiting game on the shores of the river. 

fishing kyrgyzstan

 

Bright peppers in the sun. 

peppers

 

Adorable little face in the forest. 

uzbek girl

 

Bath time!

washing a horse

 

Family among the chickens.

family in arslanbob

 

Happy times in the walnut forest.

woman in arslanbob

 

The girl in pink.

girl in arslanbob

 

A golden smile.

gold teeth kyrgyzstan

 

A panorama view of Arslanbob.

panorama view arslanbob

 

Grandmother and grandchild living in the walnut grove during harvest season.

grandmother and child kyrgyzstan

 

A 70-year-old fisherman with some stories to tell.

fisherman kyrgyzstan

After a very memorable four days, we had to say goodbye to the gorgeous landscapes, the homestay families, the tea houses, the delicious food and the relaxed pace of the village of Arslanbob. I think it’s safe to say that if (when) we come back to Kyrgyzstan, we’ll be visiting this picturesque village again!

Check out our Video: Arslanbob – Village Life At Its Finest

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Dariece Swift author's bio Goats On The Road

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Dariece Swift

Dariece is a co-founder of Goats On The Road, and an expert in saving money, finance management, building an online business and of course... travel. She loves meeting new people, trying new cuisines, and learning about the unique cultures of our world. She has over 12 years of experience helping others to realize their travel dreams and has worked in numerous jobs all over the world to help pay for travel.

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5 thoughts on “Through The Lens: The Village Of Arslanbob, Kyrgyzstan”

  1. I don’t know but the pictures brought me to tears.. I was tearing up while I was going through it.. They live a simple life yet their faces show content, peace, love and joy.. The picture of that old man reminded me of my grandfather too.. The village is lovely! Keep up and good wishes on your next journeys..

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