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Accommodation (Central Asia)


Group tour hotels are generally of a 3 to 4-star international standard, but please note that there is no international classification system for hotels and differences in facilities and quality do exist between  Australia and Central Asia. Your accommodation is selected for convenience of location, comfort or character, and can range from a business hotel in one city to a family-run guesthouse in a smaller town. In more remote areas, accommodation may be of a lower standard and may not have all western amenities. 

You may be travelling through remote areas with villages, nomadic settlements, very small towns and little in the way of tourist facilities.

Double beds are subject to hotel inventory and cannot be guaranteed.

Hotel List - You will receive your hotel list with final documents sent to you 2-3 weeks prior to travel. A sample list of hotels can be found on each tour's website. 


Yurts are the traditional home of nomads in Central Asia. They are made from a wooden 
frame and layers of felt and canvas erected on a wooden platform. The interior is filled with warm fabrics as well as ornate wooden furniture. Nomads in Kyrgyzstan live in yurts in the months 
around summer. Staying in a yurt will allow you to experience the unique and intrinsic aspect of 
local life in Kyrgyzstan. Although they are not luxurious, they do offer comfortable accommodation in remote regions of the country. 


These provide basic yet comfortable rooms in a small guesthouse. Every couple/single person will have their own room, with private western facilities. Breakfast and dinner is served in the restaurant.


Most hotels offer complimentary Wi-Fi in your room.