Explore the Silk Road

Central Asia & Caucasus Tours

Tailor-made private tours and small group packages

Do you dream of visiting Central Asia and the Caucasus but don’t have a fortune to spend? Do you prefer a down-to-earth experience over five-star luxury? If so, OrexCA’s excellent value-for-money group or private tours are the ideal way for you to explore this fascinating, yet untouched, part of the world affordably – but without compromising on the experience or your memories.

From the madrassahs of Uzbekistan or the sparkling lakes of Tajikistan, to the yurt camps of Kyrgyzstan, the monasteries of Armenia, or the wineries of Georgia, we can take you there. Our tours are specially designed for you to save money while enjoying a more authentic experience as you stay in homestays or family-owned guesthouses; eat where the locals do; and use local transport.

Our Bestseller Tours

These tours are the most popular amongst our travellers

Most popular sights

Amazing places you should visit in your lifetime

Registan Square, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
Ateshgah Fire Temple, Azerbaijan
Issyk-Kul Lake, Kyrgyzstan
Garni Temple, Armenia
Khoja Ahmed Yasawi Mausoleum, Kazakhstan
David Gareja Monastery, Georgia

Customers Review

Uzbekistan Classic and Halal Tour
It was great! Thank you for your service.
Mohd Khairizam+5, MYS
30th June (Friday): Tashkent
1th July (Saturday): Tashkent – Bukhara
2nd July (Sunday): Bukhara - Gijduvan – Samarkand
3rd July (Monday): Samarkand – Tashkent
4th July (Tuesday): Tashkent
5th July (Wednesday): Tashkent – departure
Tashkent – hotel Ateca, Bukhara – hotel K.Komil boutique, Samarkand - hotel Gur Emir Palace.
Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan tour
The journey was really breathtaking, especially the first days because of the temperature, but we have seen so much. Uzbekistan of course the mosques and madrassas, the delicious food, the friendly people. The train journey from Khiva to Bukhara was also unforgettable, also because of the people you meet during such a journey. And everywhere we were met by a guide with a sign Cornelia Goedhart. So nice. And they were always there, and also bringing them back to the station they were always well on time.
It was a pity that I missed a step on the 4th day, 1st day Bhukara, and had a bad fall. But also there we were kindly helped by our guide who went with us to the hospital (an unique experience in such an Uzbek hospital) and also arranged a wheelchair for me. A wheel broke off after 50 meters due to the bad road surface, and the spokes of wheelchair 2 broke, but it's the thought that counts, and we did laugh. Luckily I didn't break anything and we didn't miss an excursion. After that I, not my husband, had another week of diarrhea and that was actually worse than the fall. Only when we arrived in Kazakhstan after an 18.5 hour train journey where I spent mainly on the toilet, things got a lot better. There are of course always some things that, in our opinion, could be done better.
Thanks for taking such great care of the clients!! Goedhart Cornelia+1.
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June 5 – 19, 2023: Khiva - Bukhara – Samarkand - Shakhrisabz – Tashkent – Almaty - Charyn Canyon – Lake Issyk - border Korday
Accommodations: Khiva – hotel Arqonchi, Bukhara – hotel K.Komil, Samarkand – hotel Malika Prime, Tashkent – Navruz, Almaty – hotel Mercury.
Best of Turkmenistan Tour
I very much enjoyed my trip. It was exactly what I wanted , flexibility to do what I wanted and spare time to look around. The help on using the cash machine was very helpful. I don’t think I can think of anything to improve the experience if I’m honest. Entry was a bit chaotic but that’s not your fault
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