Uzbekistan Tours

Uzbekistan tours

Tours in Uzbekistan take you to some of the greatest cities of the Silk Road: Khiva, Bukhara, Samarkand, and more. The centers of these cities have been recognized as intact versions of ancient Silk Road cities, where one can wander through alleyways and monuments and see these cities as they looked centuries ago. These cities are now recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, since their atmospheres and architecture are so impressive.

Uzbekistan offers a wide variety of activities in addition to sights: ride a camel in the Kyzylkum Desert, stay in a yurt, taste (or even cook) the best pilaf, or meet master craftsmen as they make silk cloths in Marghilan. If you prefer an active holiday, make sure to visit the mountain resorts of Chimgan and Beldersay, or head to the Aral Sea for a unique opportunity for adventure seekers and photographers. Or spend some time in the Nurata Mountains, to see untouched nature and everyday life, and to support local ecotourism.

For those who love the arts, the Fergana Valley, with its rich and colorful patterns, is ideal. Embroidery, pottery, carpet weaving and blacksmithing have been in families for six or seven generations, passed down to the modern day. Return to Tashkent for high dining at some of Uzbekistan’s finest restaurants, or head out to Nukus, in Karakalpakistan, which has one of the best museums in the world.

Book a tour to Uzbekistan if you love ancient history, mesmerizing medieval architecture, applied arts, hospitality, rich pilav with crispy bread, and natural fruits and vegetables grown under the bright sun. By the time, you leave your Uzbekistan tour, you will have an extra piece of baggage and a lot of unforgettable memories!

Join a small group tour to explore Uzbekistan, with its historical cities, uncommon hospitality, and delicious dishes. Scheduled dates in 2018 and 2019, plus fixed prices, will help you cut costs and plan ahead, and a group journey will introduce you to new friends as you travel through Uzbekistan.

Explore local culture and traditions of the Uzbek people and discover ancient cities of Uzbekistan with private tours tailored to your interests and schedule. Enjoy Uzbekistan’s hospitable culture, medieval architecture and delicious cuisine.

The itineraries of religious tours in Uzbekistan include, but are not limited to, Buddhist monasteries, Sufi medieval mansions, Zoroastrian monuments, and Islamic architecture in Central Asia.

Explore Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan in one trip or create a trip to any combination of these countries. We will gladly arrange a tailored Central Asia tour or offer existing tours that meet your needs.

From deep canyons to towering waterfalls, broad meadows to rock carvings, choose a mountain tour to create an unforgettable adventure. Spend your days hiking and your nights around a campfire, or try something out of your comfort zone!

If you happen to be in Uzbekistan on a weekend, head out to a new place with a 2-day tour and discover a new city with Advantour!

Head off the beaten track and go mountain climbing, camping, or hiking. Whether you want an off-road jeep trip or a relaxing break on the shores of the Charvak Reservoir, Advantour has a tour for you.

Train travel lets you get to faraway places at a minimal cost and with minimal hassle, plus you get to enjoy the scenery on the way. Train tours make visiting the major cities on the Silk Road even easier.

Make the most of your time in a city with a city tour. Visit the main attractions and sights in the city, with short excursions and expert guides.

Extension tours are add-ons to your main itinerary in Uzbekistan, and visit interesting sights that are not included in standard tour programs. Book a trip to the mountains, petroglyphs, and the Aral Sea in addition to the rest of your trip.

Visit the cultural centers in Uzbekistan, like Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva, and then head to Kyrgyzstan for adventures in some of the most scenic natural spots in Kyrgyzstan.

Travel through the deserts of Central Asia and see the main cities of Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. Visit the ancient oases of Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Urgench, Ashgabat, Mary, and others.

Uzbekistan and Tajikistan share a lot of history, but are still quite distinct and unique. Take a short trip to Khujand from Tashkent for a taste of this ancient country, or book a longer tour to see the two in-depth.

Find a tour to fit your interests, from food to archaeology to astronomy to family-friendly tours. Discover why Uzbekistan is a great destination for any traveler.