Tashkent tours will introduce you a modern city, where every person will find entertainment and cultural events for him/herself. Its architecture combines medieval oriental buildings, austere European architecture, preserved from the Turkestan Governor-Generalship period, Soviet “Khrushchev buildings", and finally, glittering skyscrapers of glass and concrete, buildings of modern business centers, offices and banks, as an evidence of new epoch of independent Uzbekistan. We offer rich and interesting program of Tashkent tours, accommodation at the best hotels, professional guides and interpreters.
From May to October, Uzbekistan’s mountains appear in front of travellers in all their splendour. Take a day trip out of the city to visit Chimgan and the Gulkam Canyon, admire the dramatic canyon scenery and enjoy a relaxing picnic near the famous waterfalls.
Would you like to learn about the process of making wine, from growing grapes in the vineyards to getting the wine to the store shelves, and learn the secrets of real winemaking? If so, join us on a wine tour to Uzumfermer Family Winery.
Tour to Bulaksu Gorge is a mountain adventure along Uzbekistan’s Bulaksu River tract. The one-day trek is a test of endurance when ascending, followed by a pleasant hike through spacious fields with impressive mountain views and a picnic in the meadows alongside cooling river waters. The final stretch of the hike involves an exciting descent down a winding riverbed path which crosses the rapids over small stones.
Solar Furnace near Tashkent Tour is a scientific discovery like no other at the second-largest solar furnace in the world, where you will visit a field of heliostat mirrors, tour a small museum, climb a concentrator and enjoy the scenic outdoors in the foothills of Uzbekistan’s Tian-Shan Mountains.
In spring, hundreds of streams flow down from the peaks of the Tien Shan and fill mountain lakes with icy water. Choose a one-day tour to Lake Urungach to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city in the lap of nature and enjoy the beauty of emerald water, blue sky and green groves.
This one-day tour to the mountains of Uzbekistan will take you to a Neanderthal site over 50 thousand years old, as well as to the 38-meter high Paltau waterfall. The trip combines expanding your knowledge about local ancient history and experiencing the beauty of the Tien Shan mountains in Uzbekistan.
Learn about the old and the new of Uzbekistan’s capital, Tashkent. This guided city tour will take you all around in one day.
This one-day tour finds room for the Chimgan Mountains and the landscapes of Charvak. The rich sights are complemented by lunch at a mountain restaurant under the immense plane trees.
The Tashkent Layover Tour is the perfect way to make the best of a few hours of layover in Uzbekistan’s capital. Explore the new and old parts of the city, and buy traditional sweets and ikat scarves at Chorsu Bazaar.
Explore the cultural and literary history of Uzbekistan with the Tashkent House Museum Tour. During this guided tour you will visit the houses of prominent writers, painters, dancers, composers and musicians from the last century.
If you have a spare evening, use it to explore Tashkent. Visit the new white mosque, Minor Mosque, walk through the local version of Broadway, visit Amir Timur Square, and more, in just a couple hours in the evening.
Take an unusual trip to the Ancient Settlements of Tashkent and discover the remains of temples and fortresses, right alongside the modern buildings of the current city.
A two–day tour to Turkestan is an opportunity to visit one of the oldest cities in Central Asia. The main purpose of the trip is the mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi – a complex that is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Yangiabad Mountains are a real treasure for trekkers. With their pure air, rich with the scents of pine trees and flowering herbs, the Yangiabad Mountains enchant with their untouched nature and light blue skies.
Travel from Tashkent to Turkestan, a historical and cultural center in southern Kazakhstan. Visit the Khoja Ahmed Yasawi complex, ancient palaces and temples, and learn about the 1,500 years of history here.
Explore these two ancient cities, well known for their blue domes and tall minarets. This is the best tour to discover Khujand and Istaravshan, brush up on your history and architecture, or explore new interests and locations.
This three-day tour leaves from Tashkent, stops at the museums and bazaars of Khujand, Tajikistan, before continuing to the ruins and mausoleums of Penjikent and finally arriving back at Samarkand.
Tour to Termez takes you from Tashkent into one of the most fascinating corners of Uzbekistan. This 3-day package includes a guided tour of the ancient Buddhist center of Termez and exploration of the exotic Surxondaryo Region, including Sangardek Waterfall, Boysun village and Derbent Canyon.
Best of Bukhara 3-Day Tour is the perfect introduction to an ancient city which is now one of the top destinations for tourism in Uzbekistan. Highlights of this tour include guided excursions of Old Bukhara and the chance to create your own pottery and purchase special souvenirs at the ceramics workshop in Gijduvan.
This 5-day cultural tour will introduce you to the most well-known sights of Tashkent, Bukhara, and Samarkand.
This 6-day Uzbekistan Muslim tour is specially designed to take you to the most important Islamic sites in Tashkent, Samarkand, and Bukhara. Spend extra time at medieval mosques, important mausoleums, and the spiritual centers of Uzbekistan.
Review and book Uzbekistan Tour. Visit historical cities of Uzbekistan including Tashkent, Bukhara and Samarkand.
The Uzbekistan winter group tour is ideal for visiting the country’s most famous sights and monuments when there are fewer tourists. Explore the old town of Tashkent, Registan Square in Samarkand, Lyabi-Hauz in Bukhara, and other places.
Our most popular escorted tour of Uzbekistan in a small group will acquaint you with the most famous ancient cities in Uzbekistan: Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand, as well as the modern capital, Tashkent.
Explore Uzbekistan, with its welcoming people, blue-domed minarets, mausoleums full of history, and local cuisines that have become inseparable from the cultures of Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva. Feel the charm of the East for yourself!
Combine a high-speed train trip to Khiva, Bukhara, Samarkand, and Tashkent with tours to famous sights and independent exploring.
This 8-day tour of Uzbekistan will introduce you to the Sufi holy places of Tashkent, Samarkand, and Bukhara. See a Quran, said to have been owned by the third Caliph, Uthman, and then head to the many mosques and mausoleums of Samarkand and Bukhara.
This Uzbekistan Pilgrimage Tour stops at many of the sights that are less well-known, but no less important. Explore the Zangiata Mausoleum in Tashkent, the mausoleums of the many Sufi figures in Bukhara, and the mausoleum of the founder of a dervish order in Termez, with other stops in Samarkand, Kitab, and Denau.
Book the Uzbekistan Family Tour Package and vacation in the ancient cities of Tashkent, Samarkand and Bukhara. Children will be delighted with cooking and papermaking classes, and will enjoy time at the Science Museum and parks full of attractions.
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.
This 9-day Uzbekistan Food Tour will introduce you not only to the flavors of Uzbek national dishes, but will also teach you how to cook them. Enjoy the wines of this sunny land while visiting Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva.
Dive into Uzbekistan’s ancient history with this tour of Tashkent, Khiva, Bukhara, Gijduvan, Samarkand and Shakhrisabz. Take a long journey filled with interesting adventures and unparalleled charm of Uzbekistan. 10 day itinerary balances between showcasing the best sights and giving you enough free time to enjoy them.
The Uzbekistan Relaxed Group Tour 2022-2023 allows you to experience the very best of Tashkent, Khiva, Bukhara, Gijduvan and Samarkand at a laid-back pace that will not leave you feeling tired, rushed or overwhelmed.
Celebrate Persian New Year in local style while exploring ancient Silk Road cities on this 10-day small group Navruz tour of Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan-Kazakhstan 11-Day Tour will guide you through the highlights of Central Asia’s two leading nations, from the majestic ruins of Samarkand and Bukhara to the diverse major cities of Tashkent, Almaty and Nur-Sultan, with side trips to canyons, excavation sites and artistic villages planned throughout the journey.
This 11-day Uzbekistan-Turkmenistan Tour combines the most interesting sights, diverse nature, delicious cuisine, and welcoming people of these Central Asian countries.
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.
Uzbekistan-Kazakhstan 12-Day Tour is a discovery of Central Asia in all her glory, from the medieval ruins of Samarkand and Bukhara to the wild Charyn Canyon and mountainous Almaty. Join us on a journey of historical wonders and outdoor exploration.
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.
Get to know Central Asia on this trip to these two neighboring countries on the Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan Tour 1. With stops in Uzbekistan’s biggest cities and Kyrgyzstan’s natural treasures, this 12-day tour is a real treat for adventurers.
This option follows a detailed itinerary through historical sites and nature excursions across Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.
This 13-day combined tour goes in-depth into the biggest sights of Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, with stops at the must-see cities and excursions off the beaten path.
Cover two countries in one trip with this special combined Uzbekistan-Tajikistan Tour. See the most famous sights of both countries, and get a little taste of local flavor as you travel.
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.
This tour visits the main sights of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, giving you an in-depth view of both countries. Visit the ancient cities of Khiva and Khujand, the monuments of Samarkand and Bukhara, and the lakes of the Fann Mountains in northeastern Tajikistan, all on this best tour of Central Asia.
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.
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.
This big 16-day tour takes you to the stop UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. Immerse yourself in the history and culture of Central Asia with visits at some of the most monumental sights in the region.
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.