Naryn State reserve is located 45 kilometers East of the city of Naryn. The main objects of protection are the population of marals (deer), which graze in close proximity to the recreation area of the same name and which can be fed by hand. In addition to marals here live snow leopards, bears, lynx and rare birds of prey listed in the Red book. There are developed tourist routes with overnight stays in yurts. In the crests of the ridge stands out a very beautiful mountain Ala-Myshyk (Motley Cat), so named because of the variety of its breeds. This reserve is located in the upper Naryn river at the confluence of two rivers (Eki-Naryn). The reserve is located in a wooded and mountainous area with rich flora and fauna.