Combined Private Tours in Central Asia

Combined Private Tours in Central Asia

Central Asia is packed with surprises and contrasts - endless stretches of desert and towering alpine heights; ultra-modern metropoles and remote village enclaves seemingly forgotten by the world; long-held Islamic tradition intermingled with superstition and secular practice. Yet despite such diversity, common bonds of history, culture and language forge the territory together to create a truly unique region in our world today. After being immersed in the sights, sounds and smells that are Central Asia, your appreciation for this land will deepen as it captures a piece of your heart.

Combined Private Tours in Central Asia take you to some of the most epic and gorgeous stops along Central Asia’s Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. Come experience bustling cities, diverse landscapes, nature getaways, mouthwatering food and eastern hospitality as you traverse all five Stans by train, plane, car and 4WD. Each of our combined private tours in Central Asia has a special focus and includes stopovers in all five Stan countries, ensuring a well-rounded and adventure-packed Silk Road journey!

Top 10 must visit places during the Central Asia Private Tours


Samarkand, Uzbekistan
Samarkand is the most famous historical city in Central Asia. Its majestic monuments amazed travelers hundreds of years ago, and they will undoubtedly amaze you today.
Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Bukhara is an ancient city with labyrinthine streets in the eastern quarters and a rich architectural diversity: the Chor-Minor madrasah, the Samanid mausoleum, the Ark fortress, and others.


Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
Ashgabat is the "white city" of Central Asia. Almost all the buildings here are covered with white marble. The city has many unusual modern monuments, distinguished by their large size.
Darvaza, Turkmenistan
Darvaza is a gas crater in the heart of the Karakum Desert. A massive hole in the ground, in which a fire has been blazing for half a century, has rightfully earned the nickname "Gate to Hell."


Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Dushanbe is a quiet and peaceful city with interesting historical museums. It's pleasant to stroll through the parks, sit in an Eastern teahouse, and not far from the city is the Hissar Fortress.
Seven Lakes, Tajikistan
The Seven Lakes are a magnificent natural monument in the Fann Mountains. This chain of mountain lakes stretches along a long gorge of a single river, and each has its own color. It will take a whole day to see all the lakes!


Burana, Kyrgyzstan
Burana is a mysterious minaret tower standing in a green valley. It is the last monument of the great city of Balasagun. Climbing it, you can enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Tien Shan Mountains.
Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan
Issyk-Kul is a huge lake surrounded by mountains. On the northern shore, there are dozens of sanatoriums and boarding houses, well-maintained beaches, as well as places for active and ethno-tourism.


Astana, Kazakhstan
Astana – the capital of Kazakhstan, which gained its modern appearance in the early 21st century. It is pleasant to stroll among the architectural monuments and visit many cultural museums here.
Turkestan, Kazakhstan
Turkestan – one of the oldest cities in Kazakhstan. It is home to medieval monuments, among which the mausoleum of Ahmed Yassawi stands out, included in the UNESCO heritage list.

Highlights of Central Asia Tours

Silk Road in Central Asia. During your journey, you will be able to visit places that once formed part of the trade route from China to Europe. Among such places are Tash Rabat in Kyrgyzstan, Hissar in Tajikistan, Otrar in Kazakhstan, Bukhara and Samarkand in Uzbekistan, and Kunya-Urgench in Turkmenistan.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Central Asia. On your trip, you will be able to see the most majestic human creations that were built hundreds of years ago. These are mainly monumental mausoleums and ancient mosques, as well as several fortresses over 2000 years old.

Central Asian Cuisine. Gastronomic tourism is an exciting way to get acquainted with new countries. On a tour of Central Asia, you will discover a multitude of culinary delights: you can try authentic Uzbek pilaf, Kazakh beshbarmak, and many more interesting dishes, juicy salads, and refreshing dairy drinks.

Culture and traditions of Central Asia. Each nation has its unique features, and even here, neighboring peoples differ significantly. Some were farmers, others nomads; some lived in the steppe for thousands of years, some in the mountains, and some in the desert, and all of this has shaped their distinct customs and rituals. However, there is one common trait among the people of Central Asia – hospitality!

Central Asia Tours

Five Capitals of Central Asia Tour Five Capitals of Central Asia Tour
10 Days | All year round | Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan
Five Capitals of Central Asia Tour is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to visit the seat of culture and change in each Central Asian nation. Whether you’re visiting flashy Astana and Ashgabat, pensive Bishkek or the welcoming tree-lined boulevards of Tashkent and Dushanbe, you’ll be rewarded with fascinating, informative experiences from start to finish.

Five Stans Central Asia Budget Tour Five Stans Central Asia Budget Tour
12 Days | March-October | Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan
The Five Stans Central Asia Budget Tour will introduce you to the world of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan without straining your wallet. The trip includes comprehensive tours of numerous key cities along the way, with built-in free time and personal days for independent exploration or participation in optional activities.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Central Asia UNESCO Sites in Central Asia Tour
14 Days | Spring, Summer, Autumn | Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan
UNESCO Sites in Central Asia Tour is an extraordinary journey to acclaimed sites in Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Kazakhstan, including sand-strewn Old Nisa and Ancient Merv, the rocky crags of Tamgaly Petroglyphs and the imperial cities of Samarkand and historic Bukhara.

Pearls of Central Asia Tour Pearls of Central Asia Tour
16 Days | April-October | Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan
Pearls of Central Asia Tour is the ultimate expedition through Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. Experience capital cities and mountain enclaves, desert outposts and national parks, medieval architecture and local customs. For anyone desiring a comprehensive and authentic experience of one of the world’s most fascinating regions, Pearls of Central Asia Tour will not disappoint!

Central Asia Explorer Tour Central Asia Explorer Tour
18 Days | April to mid-October | Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan
On the Central Asia Explorer Tour, you’ll trace the path of the pioneers of old, who braved the fierce rulers of Khiva and Bukhara, the snowy mountains of Kyrgyzstan and the scorching desert of Turkmenistan to traverse this vast land. This 18-day adventure places a special emphasis on Uzbekistan, the region’s top destination, and allows for ample free time as it guides you through each of Central Asia’s 5 stan countries.

Central Asia Adventure Tour Central Asia Adventure Tour
21 Days | June-September | Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan
Central Asia Adventure Tour is the ultimate travel experience, a 3-week trek through the mountain passes, desert outposts, busy city centers and abandoned caravanserais of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. Come lose yourself in the wonder that is Central Asia!

Central Asia on the Silk Road Tour Central Asia on the Silk Road Tour
16 Days | All year round | Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan
Central Asia on the Silk Road Tour spans 16 days across Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. Discover the historical, cultural and natural wonders of Almaty, Bishkek, Issyk-Kul, Tashkent, Samarkand, Khujand, Istaravshan, Penjikent, Bukhara, Merv and Ashgabat. UNESCO World Heritage Sites, colorful bazaars, authentic cuisine and engaging interactions with locals await.

Central Asian Express Tour Central Asian Express Tour
10 Days | All year round | Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan
10-day tour to Central Asian countries is a unique opportunity to get acquainted with culture, traditions, sights and cuisine of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Not only architectural but also natural beauties are waiting for you.

Central Asia Private Tours by OREXCA

Do you want private tailor made tour to Central Asia? As you explore Central Asia with OREXCA, you will follow in the footsteps of the ancient Silk Road, an iconic trade route that once connected the East and the West. Along the way, you will discover stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the ancient cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, Penjikent, Merv and Turkistan, which are rich in history and architectural beauty.

Our expert guides will share the stories and legends of the Silk Road with you, from the bustling bazaars to the magnificent mosques and madrasas. You will also have the opportunity to witness traditional crafts, such as carpet weaving, silk production, and pottery making, which have been passed down through generations.

Central Asia is home to an incredible wealth of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, each offering a unique glimpse into the region's rich history and cultural heritage. From the towering mountains of Kyrgyzstan to the ancient ruins of Merv in Turkmenistan, you will be amazed by the diversity and beauty of these sites.

With OREXCA's Central Asia Private Tours, you will have the opportunity to visit and explore these incredible UNESCO sites in comfort and style. Our itineraries are designed to ensure that you have ample time to explore each site and appreciate its beauty and significance. Let us take you on a journey through time and history, and discover the wonders of Central Asia with OREXCA.

Tourist Visa requirements for Central Asia countries

Do I need visa to Central Asia countries (Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan)? It depends on your nationality and the country you plan to visit in Central Asia. Some countries, such as Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, offer visa-free entry to certain nationalities, while others require a visa. It is best to check with the embassy or consulate of the country you plan to visit for specific visa requirements. Alternatively, OREXCA can assist you with visa application and provide guidance on the visa requirements for each country on your itinerary. You may also find list of embassies in your country in our website.

Frequently Asked Questions on Central Asia Private Tour

The fastest and easiest way to arrange your private tour to Central Asia, by booking a tour package with OREXCA. Going for a vacation to Central Asia countries - Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan, means an opportunity to discover incredible UNESCO sights and come closer to the Silk Road history. Book your Central Asia Private Tour with us and do not waste your time on researching, organizing, and planning. The tour includes trips to top travel destinations, you’ll also be able to visit some of the best attractions.
Your tour package to Central Asia includes everything you need for a fun and hassle-free time. Tour packages normally include reservations at recommended hotels in a central location, a travel plan including visits to top attractions with local guides, and the opportunity to add short tours, tickets, and activities to your daily itinerary.
The optimal length of a vacation in Central Asia is around 8-21 days. You’ll have enough time to explore a great variety of attractions across multiple cities and countries during your private tours to Central Asia. If you have time for a longer adventure, we can arrange a tailor-made tour. Enjoy every minute of your tour in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan by booking a package designed by local DMC tour operator OREXCA.
Russian is commonly spoken as a second language throughout Central Asia. People in the travel service and tourism industries often speak English and other European languages.
The official languages in the region are Uzbek in Uzbekistan, Kazakh in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz in Kyrgyzstan, and Tajik in Tajikistan. All of these languages belong to the Turkish language group except Tajik that belongs to Farsi.
The voltage in the region is 220-250V. Most hotels have European-style sockets with two round pins. It may be useful to bring an adapter if your devices have a different plug type.
As a general rule, you can dress as you would in your home country. However, when visiting open mosques during sightseeing, it is advisable for women to cover their heads with a light scarf and to wear shorts that extend below the knee.
Wi-Fi is usually available at hotels. You can also use the internet at a local café. Ask your guide to get a local SIM card and use mobile internet anywhere.