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Incoming Agency Kazakhstan & Uzbekistan – Global Air

Kazakhstan joins Europe with Asia through the Silk Road and offers an enticing mix of many cultures of the world. Russian is spoken mostly, a large part of the inhabitants belong to the Muslim faith and most people who live here have Asian features... so it is not surprising to learn that Kazakhstan is the land of nomads! This melting pot of cultures features a way of life that is well worth exploring.

Our partner DMC for Kazakhstan & Uzbekistan is one of our more exotic partners in Central Asia. This incoming agency was established in 2000 and has 8 offices with 180 employees. It has become one of the leading incoming agencies/DMCs and organises unforgettable programmes for the most discerning clients who of course benefit from the fantastic network that Global Air operates with. The team can offer you the best rates for the complete range of touristic services, among others VIP service, transfers, support with visa application, car rentals and many more, and not just in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan but also in combination with Kyrgystan. The team at Global Air designs programmes that include ancient nomadic traditions, fascinating shamanic rituals, the beauty of the vast wilderness, pristine landscapes and the comfort of modern cities!

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Enhance your travel offerings with an unforgettable journey to Kazakhstan, a land of contrasts and natural wonders. At the forefront of its urban charm is Almaty, the country's largest city, nestled at the serene foothills of the majestic Tian Shan mountains. Almaty, once the capital, continues to be a cultural and commercial hub, where modernity meets tradition. The city is adorned with architectural marvels, from the tranquil beauty of its cathedrals to the imposing grandeur of the central mosque, each telling a story of Kazakhstan's rich heritage and religious diversity.

Beyond the architectural feats, Almaty invites visitors to immerse themselves in the greenery of its numerous parks, offering a peaceful escape amidst the urban landscape. However, the allure of Kazakhstan extends far beyond its urban centers. The Altyn Emel National Park, home to the mystical singing dune, stands as a testament to Kazakhstan's natural splendor. This colossal sand dune, reaching heights of 150 metres and stretching almost 3 km in length, is renowned for its unique acoustic phenomenon. In the right conditions, it produces melodious sounds reminiscent of an organ, a marvel that has intrigued both scientists and visitors alike. The legends and myths that shroud the dune add a layer of mystique to its natural beauty.

Venture further east, and you will be greeted by the awe-inspiring Sharyn Canyon. With depths reaching 300 metres, it offers breathtaking views and an adrenaline surge for the daring at heart. The Valley of Castles, sculpted by nature's own hands, showcases rock formations that defy imagination, illustrating the untamed beauty of Kazakhstan's landscape.

For tour operators seeking to enrich their portfolio with destinations that promise both cultural depth and natural wonders, Kazakhstan is a treasure trove waiting to be explored. From the vibrant life of Almaty to the mystic sands of the Altyn Emel and the rugged grandeur of Sharyn Canyon, there's a story at every corner, a view at every turn.

Let Global Air be your partner in crafting unforgettable travel experiences for your clients. Their expertise and passion for Kazakhstan's rich tapestry of sights and sounds make them the ideal choice for integrating these highlights into your next program. Contact us at +49 6104 780480 to discover more about how Global Air can bring the magic of Kazakhstan to your travelers.



Uzbekistan, a country rich in history and cultural diversity, lies at the heart of Central Asia. Known for its magnificent Silk Road cities such as Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva, which offer a unique blend of ancient architecture and vibrant history, Uzbekistan attracts visitors from around the world. Uzbek culture is characterized by deep traditions reflected in music, dance, clothing, and culinary specialties. Plov, a hearty rice dish with meat, carrots, and spices, is a national dish and a must-try for every visitor. Uzbekistan's population is hospitable and proud of its cultural heritage, shaped by numerous ethnic groups including Uzbeks, Russians, Tatars, and others. Despite its largely arid landscape, the country boasts impressive natural beauty, from expansive deserts to snow-covered mountains, making it a fascinating destination for travelers.

Uzbekistan hosts some of the most important and historically significant cities along the ancient Silk Road, which once served as a trade and cultural exchange route between the East and the West.

Tashkent, the capital and largest city of Uzbekistan, is a modern center that blends traditional Uzbek culture with Soviet architecture and contemporary developments. Attractions such as the Chorsu Bazaar, the Kukeldash Madrasah, and the Amir Timur Square showcase the city's diverse history and culture.

Samarkand, often referred to as the jewel of Central Asia, is famous for its stunning Islamic architecture and historical sites, including the Registan Square, with its three magnificent madrasahs forming the city's centerpiece. The city, over 2,500 years old, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and reflects the region's diverse history.

Bukhara, another historic city, often described as the best-preserved medieval city in Central Asia, is filled with impressive architectural monuments, including the Kalon Mosque and Minaret, the Mir-i-Arab Madrasah, and the Lyabi-Hauz Complex. Bukhara was a significant center of Islam and science, earning it the nickname "Dome of Islam."

Khiva, located in Uzbekistan's west, is famous for its well-preserved old town, Itchan Kala, also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city walls enclose a labyrinth of narrow streets, mosques, caravanserais, and palaces, painting a vivid picture of medieval life in the region.


These cities form the cultural and historical heart of Uzbekistan, offering insights into the country's rich past and vibrant present.


Kazakhstan & Uzbekistan is waiting to be discovered. Find out what our incoming partners have in store for your clients!

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