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Most often, this is the first question people think of after they’ve decided to visit Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and/or Turkmenistan. Each country, or taken collectively as a region, presents the traveler with a cornucopia of choices and decisions to make before they go. Once those decisions are made, then we come to the best time to travel.

At Five Stans Adventure, we take this question very seriously because the comforts of our clients are our top priority when they visit Central Asia. The geography of the region is highly diverse, possessing high mountain peaks and hot deserts. Equally, the temperatures – which are the most important gauge to a comfortable tour – can be torturously hot to ice age cold. Additionally, much will depend on what type of tour you are planning to do.

For most travelers, the best time to travel in Central Asia is in the spring (March – May) or fall (September – November) months. The chart below will help to explain things a little better:

Month

Avg. High

Avg. Low

Mean

Avg. Precip.

January

42°F/6°C

26°F/-3°C

33°F/1°C

2.20 in/55.9 mm

February

46°F/8°C

29°F/-2°C

36°F/2°C

1.90 in/48.3 mm

March

57°F/14°C

39°F/4°C

48°F/9°C

2.80 in/71.1 mm

April

71°F/22°C

49°F/9°C

60°F/16°C

2.50 in/63.5 mm

May

81°F/27°C

56°F/13°C

69°F/21°C

1.30 in/33.0 mm

June

91°F/33°C

63°F/17°C

78°F/26°C

0.30 in/7.6 mm

July

96°F/36°C

66°F/19°C

82°F/28°C

0.20 in/5.1 mm

August

93°F/34°C

63°F/17°C

78°F/26°C

0.10 in/2.5 mm

September

83°F/28°C

54°F/12°C

68°F/20°C

0.20 in/5.1 mm

October

69°F/21°C

45°F/7°C

56°F/13°C

1.30 in/33.0 mm

November

57°F/14°C

38°F/3°C

46°F/8°C

1.80 in/45.7 mm

December

47°F/8°C

31°F/-1°C

38°F/3°C

2.10 in/53.3 mm



A quick scan of the data confirms what I pointed out earlier as far as the best months to travel. Of course, it’s always helpful to know when the major holidays take place which could effect your plans, particularly Ramadan, which varies from year to year. In 2017, the tentative dates are May 27 – June 24, so this year it happens right at the tail end of the travel season.

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On the face of it, traveling can seem like such a simple affair. Some of my experienced friends can quickly put their affairs in order and be on a plane in no time. For the rest of us, this isn’t a realistic approach, especially when you’re about to embark on a Central Asia tours. To help alleviate any qualms or misgivings you may have, I’d like to humbly submit my list of suggestions.

 

  •   Passport: Get your passport now. If you’ve got one, verify home much time it has until it expires. Most countries will not issue a visa if your passport expires in 6 months, so keep yourself updated. To be on the safe side, apply a 9 month expiration rule to yourself.

 

  • Airline/Hotel Loyalty Programs: Check you airline for any points you have accumulated through the years. After all, you might have a perk or two that you didn’t know about. Your credit cards are a good source for travel perks, too. Many people check their programs four times a year to keep them up to date because businesses are known to delete your account if it hasn’t been used. Also, sign up for loyalty programs if you haven’t already done that.

 

  • How’s your luggage?: Take a look at your luggage for any signs of wear and tear. Of course, you can always buy new luggage during your Central Asia tours, but why do you want to waste time in a store when you could be at the Registan?

 

  • Make a List: What do you want to see during your Central Asia tours? While this may seem a tad intimidating, it’s possible to arrange an itinerary that simultaneously fits your budget includes the best of Central Asia. Go to our website to see the tours we offer: http://fivestansadventure.com/

 

  • Travel Apps: Install the latest travel apps on your phone for airlines, flights, hotels, and weather.

 

  • Global Entry: Long-distance flights can be made easier by paying the fee to allow you to pass through customs quickly. After all, who likes to wait in line after sitting on an airplane for hours?

 

  • Travel Photos: Put pictures of your favorite Central Asia sites on your refrigerator, desk, or nightstand. The awe inspiring Registan or the famous Astana skyline will help keep you focused on your plans and remind you of the trip of a lifetime!

 

  • Plan Your Trip: Stop the negativity and make it happen! Traveling to Central Asia is easier than you think and the experiences you bring home will surpass all previous ones. Just go to our website (http://fivestansadventure.com/) to build the itinerary of your dreams!
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