Uzbekistan Tours from the UK

Golden Road to Samarkand Tour

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.

Tashkent, Khiva, Bukhara, Gijduvan, Samarkand, Shakhrisabz
10 Days | All year round | Reviews (0)
Aral Sea & Savitsky Museum Tour

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.

Nukus, Muynak, Ustyurt Plateau, Aral Sea, Kurgancha, Sudochie lake, Kungrad, Mizdakhan, Gyaur-Kala
3 Days | Spring, summer, autumn | Reviews (0)
Jeep Tour around Uzbekistan

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.

Tashkent, Chimgan, Jizzakh, Samarkand, Nurata, Bukhara, Khiva, Nukus, Aral Sea
15 Days | Spring, summer, autumn | Reviews (0)
Uzbekistan Food Tour

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.

Tashkent, Samarkand, Gijduvan, Bukhara, Khiva
9 Days | All year round | Reviews (0)

Why visit Uzbekistan from the UK?

Uzbekistan tours from the UK

Uzbekistan, along with other countries of Central Asia connected India and China with European countries for many centuries. This amazing country, located in the heart of Asia, has been through a lot of hardships. The armies of Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan passed these lands. Many famous Scientists, like Avicenna, Al-Khorezmi, and Ulugbek, lived and worked here. There was a war between the Russian and British empires for this territory. This confrontation is known today as the "Great Game".

Tours to Uzbekistan from the UK will expand your understanding of the history of the world. You can learn how scientists and rulers of Uzbekistan influenced European science and politics. You will see the majestic Samarkand, sung in poems, the sacred Bukhara with its labyrinths of streets, and Khiva, an amazing city-fortress. Uzbekistan is also famous for its hospitable people and rich, delicious cuisine!

Let's take a closer look at the advantages of tours to Uzbekistan from the UK.

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The shortest flight from the UK to Uzbekistan takes only 7 hours and is an Uzbekistan Airways London-Tashkent flight that flies twice a week.

In addition, there are several options for a one-stop flight, either via Istanbul or Frankfurt. The difference in time zones is 5 hours.

Visa requirements for traveling to Uzbekistan from the UK

For UK citizens, there is visa-free entry to Uzbekistan for up to 30 days.

Uzbekistan is a warm country! There are almost 300 clear days a year. The inhabitants of England will find the local climate quite hot. Spring and autumn in Uzbekistan are the peaks of the tourist season since the weather is very nice. In summer the weather can be above 40 degrees Celsius, although it is not so hot in the mountains.

Uzbekistan tours from the UK

The nature of Uzbekistan includes deserts in the west and in the central part of the country, the eastern and southern parts are covered by mountains and fertile valleys. Nature lovers often choose tours to Chimgan and Boysun. If you want to feel the energy of the desert, you can choose tours to Aydarkul, live in a yurt, and ride a camel, or go to the drying Aral Sea, part of which has turned into the Aralkum desert.

Uzbekistan tours from the UK

A tour to Uzbekistan from the UK is impossible to imagine without visiting the three pearls of Central Asia and the Great Silk Road - Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva. You might be familiar with the poem “The Golden Journey to Samarkand" by James Elroy Flecker. As described in the poem, the journey to this ancient city will be full of secrets, hopes, and sudden revelations.

Although the biggest revelation for those who go on a tour in Uzbekistan from the UK will be the Uzbek people. Numerous surveys have shown that the most vivid and pleasant impression from Uzbekistan is getting to know the locals, their way of life, their experiences, their optimism, diligence, and talent in crafts.

Uzbekistan tours from the UK

We think that one of the main reasons why the Uzbek people are optimistic is the local cuisine, which is very tasty and rich. For foreigners, it may seem greasy sometimes, but this is not a reason to refuse a gastronomic tour of Uzbekistan, eat small portions and take Imodium.

Uzbekistan tours from the UK

As you can see, there are really many advantages of a tour to Uzbekistan from the UK. You can also compare English and Uzbek tea-drinking traditions.
It is better to understand from your own experience why Uzbekistan is so attractive. And for sure, this small country with oriental flavor will enchant you. Below you will find some interesting Uzbekistan tours from the UK.