This Two-Day Khiva Tour is one of our most popular short tours. From Tashkent, fly to Khiva and take two days to explore this ancient city and its many incredible sights.
Double your fun with a two-day trip to two of Uzbekistan’s best cities. This is the best Uzbekistan tour for those who don’t want to miss any of the biggest monuments, but who are also short on time.
Head back to the Middle Ages with the Two-Day Samarkand Tour by Train. This is the best tour for maximizing your time in Samarkand, with stops at all of the major sights and tastes of the local cuisine.
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.
This two-day cultural tour explores Termez, the ancient center of Buddhist culture in Central Asia. Walk through ancient monasteries, see the summer residence of local rulers, and learn about this region’s multicultural history.
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 active short tour takes you to Sharmishsay, with a unique gallery of over 10,000 petroglyphs. Then, experience a taste of the nomadic life, with a visit to Aydarkul Lake, where you can go swimming, ride a camel, and stay in a yurt.
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.
Get to know Samarkand and Shahrisabz, the ancient capitals and cosmopolitan centers of Central Asia. Visit Registan Square in Samarkand, Ak-Saray Palace and Shahrisabz, plus historical mausoleums, mosques, and more.
Set aside two days for Bukhara, a city with over 2,000 years of history. After visiting the Lyabi-Khauz Ensemble, the legendary Ark Fortress, the Chor Bakr Necropolis, and all the other sites the city has to offer, you’ll have a deeper appreciation of the city and its history.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This day trip will take you to the modern day city of Penjikent, Tajikistan from Samarkand. The city is famous for its ancient ruins, modern bazaar, and status as the birthplace of Rudaki, a famous Persian poet.
This two-day tour from Samarkand takes you to the ruins of ancient Penjikent, the birthplace of the poet Rudaki. The second day heads out of Penjikent to Sarazm, which was a developed city over 3,500 years ago, and then continues to the Seven Lakes, the jewels of the Fann Mountains.
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.
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.
Cross Turkmenistan’s desert to get to two main sights, the ruins of Kunya-Urgench and the Darvaza Gas Crater. This is the best tour for combining Turkmenistan’s cultural history with a night in nature, in the Karakum Desert.
This three-day tour will show you how people have lived in the Kyzylkum Desert for centuries. For those who want to get away from the cities, this is the best Uzbekistan tour to see how nomads and villagers have made their homes for centuries.
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.
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.
Travel to the edge of the Kyzylkum Desert, to Aydarkul Lake. See the religious and cultural sights of Nurata, and then spend a night in a yurt, where you can ride a camel and experience nomadic life for yourself.
This one-day best tour from Tashkent to Khujand, Tajikistan, takes you to the northern border of Alexander the Great’s empire.
If you only have a couple days in Uzbekistan, make the most of your time with a short Uzbekistan tour. Choose from active tours to take you outside the cities or excursions through Uzbekistan’s most famous sites.
Get to know Tashkent with day tours through the Old Town, which introduces you to the long history of the city. Or take a classic short Uzbekistan tour to the most interesting sites in Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva, many of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Or else, head out of the city to the petroglyphs near Sarmishsay, or spend the night in a yurt in the desert.