Uzbekistan Travel Guide
If you haven’t decided when to travel, we recommend visiting Uzbekistan during Navruz, a bright and vibrant holiday in March, or the Silk and Spices Festival, a colorful festival of Uzbek traditions held annually at the end of May in Bukhara.
Recent visa reforms have granted visa free travel to 55 countries for up to 30 days.
Citizens of 76 countries can obtain e-visa.
Other countries need LOI (letter of invitation) from a licensed travel agency if they are obtaining a visa in their country of citizenship.
Click below to learn more about visa support and visa application requirements.
We will gladly organize pick-up and drop-off from any arrival city/point.
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- Discover Samarkand, the capital of Tamerlane’s empire
- Visit the holy city of Bukhara
- Explore Khiva’s ancient Ichan-Qala Fortress
- Try delicious Uzbek food: pilaf, samosa, shurpa, manti...
- Explore the Sarmish Say petroglyphs from the Bronze Age
- Watch Kupkari (Ulak) – nomadic horse racing
- Walk on the dry bed of the Aral Sea
- Enjoy avant-garde art at the Savitsky Museum
- Observe the traditional silk-making process
- Learn how paper is made from mulberry trees
- Make your own pottery in Gijduvan
- Hike or ski the beautiful Chimgan Mountains
- Haggle for spices at the Chorsu Bazaar
- Marvel at the architecture of Central Asia’s first metro system
- Be enchanted by traditional dance, music, and local life at the festivals
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