Once Robert Louis Stevenson said: ‘I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move'. Our car rent company subscribes the opinion of a great writer and therefore we invite you to travel to one of the most interesting and exciting part of the world. It is called Central Asia. Central Asia is the land, which was a cradle for nomadic civilization and still many people here lead a nomadic way of living. Our car rent company makes tours to the heart of Central Asia - such neighboring countries, as Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan. If you come here you will start the journey from the cities of Bishkek, Almaty and Dushanbe, which are the most developed cities of Central Asia. Choose our car renting company and you will get acquainted with the great nomadic culture and civilization. People here are very friendly and many of them are participants of the community based tourism. The principle of this approach is to let people from foreign countries come to Central Asia and learn the culture, traditions and history of this region from the first hands - by living with local people. So, you can stay one or a few days there and feel yourself a real nomad.
We are representatives of the auto-renting company, which follows the costumer-centered approach. Your wishes stay on the first place for us. Despite the fact, that we organize self-driving auto tours, we can provide you with the cars for rent with a driver. In addition our auto specialists will consult you about the selection of appropriate cars for rent. Because if you want to go to isolated and hard to reach territories of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan, where the roads are covered with stones, mud or gravel or there are no roads at all, then you will need very endurable and reliable cars for rent, as 4 wd jeeps and others. You will be informed about the political situation, economy, tourism, local cuisine, culture, mentality of people and so on. the journey will finish in the cities of Bishkek, Almaty and Dushanbe, which are your departure points.