Central Asia for long has bridged the eastern and western civilization. The famous Silk Road route which was solely responsible for facilitating trade between the two distant regions passed through this region, making the region that flanked it both prosperous and wealthy. This attracted the attention of various dynasties who wanted to profit out of them, and thus if you look back at its history, it had been home to upwards of hundreds of them, both big and small. Alexander's Greeco Bactrian Empire, Genghis Khan's Mongol Empire, and other Arab invaders expanded their territories beyond Central Asia. Various Empires like Timurid Empire and several Khanates like Khanate of Bukhoro and Khanate of Khiva too emerged out of it.
As you'll witness in our Central Asia tour packages, the entire region has varied geography and topography. Sky high mountains (rough, snowy, and lush slopes), treeless steppes, vast deserts, high passes, rivers, valleys, are just some of them. Countries like Kyzgyzstan and Turkmenistan are more than 50% mountainous.
Situated at the crossroad of cultures and being a melting pot of religions, the territories of Central Asia saw influx of ideas, inspirations, and recommendations which transformed this region into a land of skilled artisans who weaved together mesmerizing form of art work and constructed awe inspiring monuments.
Here are our Central Asia tour packages of different "Stans" of Central Asia:
Uzbekistan for over millennia has been at the crossroad of cultures, and the regions like Samarkand and Fergana were the melting pot for multiple
The dominant nation in Central Asia both in terms of economy and area, the entire Kazakh region is renowned for dramatic landscapes and a rich
The perplexing country of Turkmenistan is situated at the gateway of the Silk Road route from the Middle East region. Formerly known as Turkmenia,
Referred to as mountain heaven and land of nomads, Kyrgyzstan is one of the "Stans" of Central Asia. What's compelling about this country is the
The landlocked country of Tajikistan covering an area of 143,100 sq km is the smallest of all of the Central Asian states. The territory is covered