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!
Take a day to discover the beauties of the Pearl of the East. Visit the Gur-Emir Tomb, Registan Square, Shakhi-Zinda Necropolis, and other sights of Samarkand, and return to Tashkent by the evening.
If you only have a few days but still want to see the top sights of Uzbekistan, take this tour to Samarkand and Bukhara. See the medieval palaces of Bukhara’s emirs and the royal monuments of Samarkand, all in a couple days.
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.
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.
Review and book Uzbekistan Tour. Visit historical cities of Uzbekistan including Tashkent, Bukhara and Samarkand.
Go to Uzbekistan’s ancient cities - and beyond. Visit the sights and wonders of Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand, and then spend a night in a yurt in the desert, the same way nomads have lived for centuries in the steppes.
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.
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.
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.
Do you want to visit Bukhara, but you only have one free day in Tashkent? This day tour to Bukhara with an early high-speed train in one direction and a late flight in the other means that you’ll have a day of sightseeing while still returning to your hotel in the evening.
Samarkand and Bukhara Tour from Almaty is a well-planned excursion packed with sightseeing in two of the most glorious cities along the Great Silk Road. This unique route offers comfort and convenience so that you can relax and enjoy the sites of Uzbekistan which have been inspiring travelers for centuries.
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.
Uzbekistan cultural tours introduce you to the different regions and traditions of Uzbekistan, and take you deeper into the history and beauty of this great country. Go beyond the program of a regular group tour and explore the architectural monuments of Uzbekistan’s greatest cities, plus the workshops of master craftsmen and the kitchens of talented chefs.
Each region in Uzbekistan boasts of a unique culture and architectural style, plus different spices in their cuisines and patterns on their textiles and pottery. For example, Khiva is most famous for its ancient technologies for creating hand-dyed natural carpets from silk and wool, while Bukhara has been home to master metalworkers for centuries. In Samarkand, visit the monumental architecture of Timur’s capital, or explore the patterns used for suzani, traditional hand embroideries. Head to the Fergana Valley to learn how ikat patterns are woven in silk, or visit Kashkadarya to learn about the basma and iroqi weaving styles that adorned the clothes of ancient rulers. For those who love ceramics, a visit to Rishtan, the home of famous blue ceramics, is a must.
Take your time in museums, historical sights, folklore fairs, and festivals. Bring back not only colorful souvenirs and bright photos, but also new impressions and memories of the unique culture and history of this land.