Fergana tours are about exploring the valley of the best craftsmen of Uzbekistan. It is in the Fergana Valley, Margilan silk and well-known sky blue Rishtan ceramics are produced. Cities in Fergana valley are buried in verdure and its land is famous for great harvesting: you can't find tastier and juicier fruits anywhere else in the country.
In addition, must visit sight of Fergana is the palace of the last emir (ruler) of Kokand. In the suburb of Fergana there is “Chimen”, the largest health resort in Central Asia, renowned for its healing mineral springs. We offer you rich and interesting Fergana tours program, professional guides and experienced translators.
Visit the palace of the last Kokand Khan, the workshop of local blue ceramics artisans, and the silk mill in Margilan, where famous Margilan silk is made. This best tour to the Fergana Valley has it all, from history to artistry and more.
Explore Uzbekistan from west to east, all the way from Samarkand to the Fergana Valley. Enjoy beautiful views of the passing landscapes as you travel by train across Uzbekistan.
From the bold patterns of wool carpets to the intricate designs of ceramics to the grandiosity of tiled mosques and madrassas, see the best of Uzbekistan’s master craftsmen and applied artists.
Discover ancient Central Asia with this 13-day Uzbekistan Archaeological Tour. Visit ancient cities and archaeological excavations that tell about the different historical epochs of the region, as well as exploring the more modern sights of Uzbekistan.
Visit more cities, attractions, and interesting places on this two-week Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan Tour 2. Alongside visits to popular places like Samarkand, Bukhara, and Lake Issyk-Kul, explore crafts workshops in Rishtan and Margilan, and walk the streets of Silk Road cities like Khiva and Osh.
Explore every corner of this country with our 17-day in-depth tour. The program includes the picturesque Fergana Valley, the ship cemetery where the Aral Sea used to be in Muynak, ruined fortresses in ancient Khorezm, the Buddhist monuments of Termez, and the main centers of Samarkand and Bukhara.