Turkmenistan is a country with great tourism potential. The former Republic of the USSR has taken a completely authentic path, unlike its less fortunate neighbors. Turkmenistan honors ancient traditions, walks on cheerful national holidays in honor of the birth of a child or harvest, and at the same time builds modern cities, develops industry.
For a tourist who decides to visit Turkmenistan, the country will sparkle with bright colors, show its natural beauty and tell many fascinating stories. It will be interesting for guests to relax in the Avaza tourist zone on the shore of the Caspian Sea, look at the endless Karakum desert, take a walk at the spring festivals of snowdrops (Chuchmoma-Sayili) and tulips (Lola-Sayili) or stroll through the city of blooming gardens of Ashgabat.
On the territory of modern Turkmenistan, ancient civilizations ascended to their power and collapsed. There you can see the residence of the kings Parthia Nisu and the ruins of ancient Merv, follow in the footsteps of a powerful dynasty The Achaemenids and the armies of Alexander the Great. Many tourist routes are laid along famous historical sites.