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Central Asia travel archives

You will find some very useful information in our Central Asia Travel Archives if you’re planning to visit soon!

Which are the 22 least visited countries in the world and why?

When it comes to traveling, everyone usually talks about are the mainstream locations. You know, countries that literally live from tourism. But very rarely do we hear anyone talking about the least visited countries in the world. You probably don’t even know some of the countries that I’ll mention on this list but hopefully, this …

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Strangest borders in the world: Asia edition

Asia is the world’s largest continent and when you look at the map everything seems normal at first sight. However, Asia has a lot of different ethnic groups, and hence, more border disputes than any other continent. In the previous editions, we saw the strangest borders in Europe, America, and Africa but none of these …

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The 17 most isolated cities in the world

At times we all dream of getting away from it all. The hustle of the urban jungle, the stress, the noise, and pollution. In today’s globalized world that’s all about big cities and urbanization, we often forget how the world used to look like before the amazing technological advancement. Luckily, there are still some amazing, …

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What to expect when traveling to Turkmenistan, one of the last police states in Central Asia

Turkmenistan is a socialist, tightly controlled by the police, country in Central Asia roughly the size of Thailand, inhabited by only 5 million people. Hence, it’s no wonder that traveling to Turkmenistan is an incredibly unique experience. Despite everything, Turkmenistan a country with a rich history and a surprisingly interesting destination. If you’re wondering what …

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