Normally presented as “the Stans“, the countries that make up this region are Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. This ancient land is soaked in history and culture and with so few tourists daring to venture in these regions and there are several reasons why it is happening so. Previously, these Central Asia Destinations didn’t get the type of coverage and publicity that they deserved.
Have you ever dreamt of wandering through the different cities of Kyrgyzstan during the Kyrgyzstan Tours, eating laghman noodles for dinner and drinking kumiz with the nomadic locals while sleeping in a yurt? A country like Kyrgyzstan is really very fascinating & enthralling to explore because various parts of this country are still very mystic and are yet to be explored popularly. It's an excellent starting point for travellers wishing to get slightly more off the beaten track, those who are craving for more tantalizing adventure, or others wanting to see the world on more of a shoestring budget. It’s a place where you are going to see some new things that you may have missed in your previous tours to all other parts of the world.
According to some, Central Asia is one of the least attractive regions on Earth & today we are going to bust this myth for the people of rest of the world. In many countries here, people still live a nomadic lifestyle and sleep in yurts and hut-like places. Muslim and Russian influences are prominent here and there’s a wonderful mix of ethnic groups, languages and cultures. Central Asia is truly an epic place to travel! In our A to Z blog and guide, we will take you to some of these places in the history of Central Asia and provide you with a simple and easy briefing on how these places are redefining Central Asia Tourism.
As it is often heard referred to as “One Of The 'Stans”, Uzbekistan might fly under the radar as far as western tourism is concerned, but that's not to say it's not well worth a visit. With huge and beautiful landscapes dominated by snow-capped mountains as well as town housing splendid Islamic architecture and history spanning Silk Road empires, Soviet rule and modern-day independence, Uzbekistan is truly a charming and captivating destination in its own right that is going to mesmerize you during Uzbekistan Travel and tours. Believe us your visit to Uzbekistan will be no less majestic when compared to western cities and locations.
Instilled with romantic ideals as we are mentioning in our blog, a rapidly increasing number of people have been interested in visiting these deserted and lonely places. Whilst some people are drawn by the archaeology, others are attracted by the minority peoples. Tourists are also drawn to the mysterious cities with a various types ofattractions and places like Kashgar, where the Sunday market maintains much of the old Silk Road spirit, with people coming from several different nationalities selling everything from spice and wool to livestock and silver knives. Believe us; this Silk Road Tour is going to be one of a kind ride that you are never ever going to forget until the end of your life time.
By completely getting squeezed between and landlocked by a bunch of other ’Stans such as Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan as well as Uzbekistan and much of this specific part of Central Asia has been ignored for years.