Visiting Turkmenistan


The wonder of Turkmenistan – burning gas crater at Darwaza is a must see on your itinerary. Turkmenistan is a unique tourist destination. Archaeological sites and medieval monuments can be located throughout the country. Turkmenistan is a region full of tales and legends, full of tourist spots like the medieval urban centres of Aviberd and Darganata and also the Abu Said Mithkene Mausoleum.


Ashgabat the capital of Turkmenistan has experienced a boom in the field of Marble Architecture in the last 25 years.

The tour includes visits to the National Museum of History, the Ertogrul Ghazy Mosque, the Presidential Square, the Arch of Neutrality, the newly built Independence Park and the Spiritual Mosque which is known to be one of the most influential and substantial mosques in Central Asia.

Kov Ata – Nokhur

Ride on the famous Turkmen horses locally known as Akhal Teke. A horse ride to the Kov Ata underground lake, located about 90km to the West of Ashgabat is a memory worth cherishing.


Balkanabat is a city in Balkan Province, Turkmenistan. Balkanabat, formerly Nebitdag or Nebit-Dag, city and administrative centre of Balkan oblast (province), western Turkmenistan. It is located at the southern foot of the Bolshoy (Great) Balkan Ridge.


Dashoguz is situated in the northern side of Turkmenistan. This city has protected its magnificent architectural landmarks – Il Arslan and Khorezmshakh Tekesh catacombs dated the twelfth century.


Situated in the west of Turkmenistan near the Caspian Sea, Dekhistan has one of the most unique terrains of any places. Dekhistan vaunts its beautiful towers of ancient settlements. The city also has an ancient mosque belonging to the early Islamic period.

Sarakhs, Ahal Province

An oasis town, Sarakhs, in the Ahal Province, was an important oasis on the Silk Road. It is ground to the mausoleum of Sufi Abul Faz and also the burial site of Sheikh Ahmed Al Khady.

Annau Archeology site

Located on the Silk Road, excavations in this area started in 1904. Skeletons of children, geometrical decorations, painted pottery and the oldest remains of camels were discovered during excavations in these ancient sites. The first camels were domesticated here.

The Seyit Jemaletdin Mosque, fitted with blue tiles, is one of the most astonishing constructions in this region.

Surreal Ashgabat with it’s imposing and remarkable monuments and buildings made of white marble mark the end of this epic combined journey of the two countries. Join this trip and be amazed by the fascinating contrasts of architecture, people, landscapes and cultures across these three countries. Call us or visit our website to book your Turkmenistan Tour now!

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