The Caucasus and Central Asia consists of eight independent countries: Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia in the Caucasus and Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan in Central Asia.
Azerbaijan is a diverse country that features modern architecture and magnificent fortresses, mosques, and palaces. As the two of the oldest Christian countries in the world, Armenia and Georgia are dotted with unique historical churches and monasteries.
Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan are known for their unforgettable natural beauty. Kazakhstan is the most developed country in Central Asia. Uzbekistan has a rich history and is home to many stunning monuments and wonders of Islamic architecture. Turkmenistan is a little-known country, largely covered by the vast desert.
The following private tours of the Caucasus and Central Asia have been designed to cover landscapes of natural beauty and the unique mix of cultures and history along the Ancient Silk Road. All can be tailor-made for your own private travel schedule and interests in this region.
New to Caucasus and Central Asia? Use our guide maps to plan your trip! The following maps point out the transportation means and time for entry to India