Saimaluu Tash State Natural Park is situated in the Toguz Toro district of the Jalal Abad province, along the Kugart River. It sits on a total area of 32050 hectares. 16 species of mammals, 45 species of birds, and 1500 species of plants are registered in the park. Saimaluu Tash means ”patterned stone” in Kyrgyz. Rock carvings are the main cultural and historical value of the park. The area has the largest accumulation of petroglyphs (about 90,000 stones) in Central Asia.