Central Asia Tours and Travel
Travel to Central Asia
Central Asia and its five republics is a promising tourist destination with huge potential. Central Asian countries are located on the famous Great Silk Road and boast a large number of heritage sites. The region crosses a variety of bioclimatic regions, ranging from alpine mountains and vast open spaces to extremely arid steppe regions. The fascinating landscape and the wealth of historical monuments make the countries of Central Asia an attractive tourist destination.
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Travel along the Great Silk Road and explore historic cities such as Samarkand, former centre of world empires, Bukhara, the Pearl of the Orient and Khiva, Uzbekistan's open-air museum, and explore the capital city of Tashkent, where traditions uniquely meet modernity. Discover Uzbekistan where your dreams of 1001 nights will come true. Book your trip to this fascinating country and allow yourself to be enchanted by its rich history and magnificent architectural monuments. Together with the warm Uzbek hospitality and local culture, it will make your holidays a unique experience.
Tour to Khiva and Nukus
Uzbekistan Holidays along the Silk Road
Samarkand city tour
Bukhara city tour
Khiva city tour
Tashkent city tour
Tour to Fergana Valley
Aral Sea Adventure
Highlights of Uzbekistan tour
Classic tour in Uzbekistan
The ninth largest country in the world by area. Especially the cities in the south of the country can be perfectly combined with visits to other Central Asian countries.
The cultural heart of Central Asia. Cities such as Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva will stay in your memory forever.Tours
It is impossible to imagine a vacation in Turkmenistan without visiting Ashgabat.
Located in the heart of the Pamir Mountains and is popular for trekking
A trip to Kyrgyzstan is impossible without a visit to Lake Issyk Kul. The second-largest alpine lake in the world is framed by majestic peaks.
Which countries are included in Central Asia?
Central Asia is a region, which consists of the former Soviet republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.
Learn more about Central Asia
Every week we write useful and interesting articles about travel, traditions, and culture of the peoples of Central Asia
Nawruz means “new day” in Persian and marks the beginning of the New Year. It is celebrated on 21 March at the equinox. Nawruz was included in the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage in 2009.
The Great Silk Road
The Silk Road is a system of caravan routes in antiquity and the Middle Ages, which originated around the 2nd century BC. The term “Silk Road”, however, did not emerge until 1877, when it was first used by the German geographer and traveller, Ferdinand von Richthofen, published in his book “China”.
This traditional game of nomadic peoples is called differently in each Central Asian country: “kok-boru”, “kokpar”, “kupkari” or “ulak tartysh”.
The Aral Sea lies on the territory of two countries: Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Until 1960, the area was 68,000 square kilometres (about 1.5 times the size of Switzerland) with a water volume of 1,083 cubic kilometres. The lake was 426 km long and 284 km wide. The greatest depth was 68 metres.
DISCOVER CENTRAL ASIA
Central Asia has been exploiting its tourist potential for a decade now. Nevertheless, this region is far from mass tourism. Take a chance and explore this fascinating region before the crowds of tourists gather here.
You will be able to see the historical monuments at your pleasure and take perfect pictures for your photo album. Tourists are still considered guests, not a source of income. Await the exciting encounters with locals.
Central Asia has a rich history, especially related to the Great Silk Road. Several branches of the Great Silk Road passed through Central Asia, facilitating trade, knowledge exchange, and urban growth. All five countries were part of the Soviet Union and became independent states in 1991. Each country has its distinct character, traditions, and landscape, but in some ways there are similarities. Because of its proximity to Afghanistan, many travelers were wary of visiting these countries. But in fact, the region is very safe to visit.
Most of the population of Central Asia are Turkic-speaking peoples (Uzbeks, Turkmens, Kyrgyz, Kazakhs, Uighurs and Karakalpaks) and the languages of these nations are part of the Turkic group of languages and are similar to each other. The Tajiks, on the other hand, are representatives of the Iranian peoples. The Tajik language is close to Persian. In the Soviet period, other nationalities have immigrated here or have been exiled. That is why there are so many ethnic groups living in Central Asia today. The most numerous of them are Russians, Koreans, Tatars, Armenians, Azerbaijanis and others.
Frequently Asked Questions
Central Asia is the safe region to travel, including solo women travellers.
Central Asia is known as part of the Great Silk Road. It is famous for ancient cities with plenty of architectural monuments, Pamir and the Tian Shan mountains, hospitality and friendliness of local citizens.
English is very popular among young people, but very often their knowledge is limited by basic English. Tourism professionals have a good command of English. The elder generation speaks their mother tongue and Russian.