Nukus tours will introduce the city with ancient fortresses of Ayaz-Kala (4th century BC), Toprak-Kala (1st century BC) and Kyzyl-Kala. The main attraction of Nukus is the Museum of Art named after I.V. Savitsky, where you will find the second largest collection of Russian avant-garde in the world and the largest collection of cultural artifacts of Central Asian nations. You will find rich and interesting program of tours to Nukus, visit to the former port city on the shore of Aral Sea (Muynak) which is called “the cemetery of ships” today, professional guides and experienced interpreters.
This cultural tour takes you through the Savitsky Museum, with one of the world’s largest collections of Russian avant-garde art and Central Asian applied art. Take extra time for sights in and around Nukus.
This the best tour to introduce you to the Aral Sea and its surroundings, with stops at the Ustyurt Plateau, the ship graveyard in Muynak, the Mizdakhan Necropolis, and other sites.
This two-day tour takes you to Nukus and Khiva. Tour the Savitsky Museum, the world’s second largest collection of 20th century Russian avant-garde art, and Khiva, an open-air museum and the first site in Central Asia to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Aral Sea and Barsa-Kelmes Tour is a three-day adventure in remote Karakalpakstan. Trip highlights include overnighting in a Karakalpak yurt, visiting the famous Muynak Ship Graveyard, driving among the cliffs of Ustyurt Plateau and searching for fossils in the salty expanse of Barsa-Kelmes.
Explore the beautiful sights of western Uzbekistan, from the Ustyurt Plateau and the Aral Sea to Muynak, with its ship cemetery, to the large collection of Russian avant-garde art at the Savitsky Museum.
Travel from the oases of medieval Uzbekistan to the modern day with this tour, which goes through the main sights of Khiva, Bukhara, and Samarkand, and also visits the Savitsky Museum in Nukus and the ship graveyard in what used to be the Aral Sea at Nukus.
Join like-minded travellers on this small group tour of Uzbekistan’s historical, cultural, and scenic highlights! Explore the fabled Silk Road cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, and Tashkent, as well as some of Uzbekistan’s more ‘off-the-beaten-track’ destinations.
This complete 12-day tour will introduce you to the many sights from Zoroastrianism and Buddhism in Uzbekistan. Visit the major cities of Uzbekistan and learn their histories, plus travel to some lesser-known sites with their own stories to tell.
A jeep tour around Uzbekistan offers you a visit to the historical cities of Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva, filling your vacation with a lot of memorable moments. You will also see the Aral Sea, the famous "cemetery of ships" in Muynak, and other magnificent sights of Uzbekistan.
A fascinating adventure steeped in the romance of the east, this tour takes you to the ancient cities and natural wonders of Uzbekistan. Embark on a journey to the most varied and vibrant sights on your way from west to east.