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Traveling to Central Asia in January 2023? We offer 3 tours, trips and vacation packages to Central Asia in January 2023. Our Central Asia in January 2023 tour packages and trips have 206 customer reviews. All the Central Asia January 2023 tour packages and trips are carried out by hand-picked, qualified local and international Central Asia tour operators.

3 Trips in Central Asia during January 2023

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Uzbekistan Classic Tour

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8 day sightseeing tour in Uzbekistan, visiting Tashkent, Samarkand and Bukhara. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Sightseeing Tours
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Transport Train & Flight
  • Age Range 5+ years old
days08 From US$ 1,290 View Tour
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  • Jan 01
  • Jan 02
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Nomadic traditions

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5 day city sightseeing tour through Ala Archa National Park, Issyk-Kul, Karakol and 3 other destinations in Kyrgyzstan. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities City sightseeing & Cultural, religious and historic sites +3 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Resort, Guest House & Home-stay
  • Transport Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 1+ years old
days05 From US$ 720 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Jan 01
  • Jan 02
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Mountain Biking & Trekking In Tajikistan

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15 day mountain biking tour through Dushanbe, Pskan, Marghib and 11 other destinations in Tajikistan. Read More
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Mountain biking & Hiking +1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Camping, Guest House, Hut, Tent & Sleeping Hut
  • Transport Jeep
  • Age Range 18+ years old
days15 From US$ 2,331 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Jan 01
  • Jan 02
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5 - Excellent
Based on 206 customer reviews
The Silk Route
4 - Very Good
  • Anonymous
“Really exciting trip, very full on and packed with seeing the best of all 3 countries that you visit. Be prepared for long but very rewarding days of sightseeing and travelling. Go with the flow! Very friendly and hospitable people. Eating out is cheap and there is plenty of choice of good quality meat (lamb, beef) kebabs/ pasties! (or the nearest thing to them, yummy) dumplings, paste/noodle/bread and salads. Local beer very acceptable and even the best vodka is very cheap and taste great.. Great photo opportunities and load of very interesting architecture such as Madrasah's and mausoleums to see! Scenery up in mountains is stunning with waterfalls and turquoise lakes. Staying in the Yurt in the mountains in Kyrgyzstan was wonderful. No light pollution so you can see the milky way and shooting stars! But be prepared for it to be very basic and rustic! We ended up playing hand ball with a international team of people staying at the camp site and then sitting round the camp fire singing and drinking vodka watching the night sky.”
Uzbekistan Uncovered
4 - Very Good
  • Anonymous
“This was well planned and organised, and very satisfactory. The variety, with city explorations plus trips to the desert fortresses and into the desert to stay in yurts, was a good idea, but entailed a lot of time spent in the bus driving over indifferent roads. Hard to avoid that, but the journeys used a lot of time. The advance notes were adequate, but incremental changes had been inserted and noted, some of which conflicted with the earlier text, but the whole document had not been adjusted and edited to create a clear narrative (about the details and practicalities, such as liability for a departure airport tax). The local leadership was excellent and might be worth more emphasis - it was a 24/7 service whilst I certainly expected to be relying on my own resources much more. The hotels were generally good (even the Uzbekistan in Tashkent had no hot water on day one, and the loos in Bukhara were somewhat smelly). The airline trip was really uncomfortable in both directions - London to Tashkent direct might only be possible with Uzbekistan Airlines, which is a plus, but the seating and the service - the food - was quite dreadful.”
The Silk Road in September
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“Overall a fantastic trip but not a relaxing one. Each country is different from the others and it feels like three holidays in one. Early starts and long journeys made for arduous travelling at times and the border crossing into China was a pain, but spectacular scenery and reasonably regular stops made it interesting and nearly every day had highlights to look forward to. The hotels were comfortable and the food was better and more varied that we were led to believe from reading previous reviews. I'd score it 9 out of 10 overall.”
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