Uzbekistan for over millennia has been at the crossroad of cultures, and the regions like Samarkand and Fergana were the melting pot for multiple faiths, religion, and culture. This exotic country of Central Asia is best known for the Silk Road cities that were once home to prominent Islamic leaders and skilled artisans. Important dynasties of the past made them their capital or military base, and consequently the cities became wealthy and prosperous.
The city of Bukhara alone is dotted with over 140 architectural monuments including mosques, madrasahs, and mausoleums, many of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These cities which are covered in our Uzbekistan Tour Packages also were home to huge turquoise-domed bazaars (markets) where everything ranging from everyday commodities to jewelleries were traded. Some of them are still in operation to this day.
As you'll find in our Uzbekistan Tour Packages, the country is not just limited to barren desert and architectural monuments; it is diversified in its tour offerings. The Fergana valley region is mountainous and part of the. In the Fergana valley, you can visit towns like Andijan, Fergana, Kokand, and Shakhimardan.
With a rich cultural heritage and splendid architectural monuments, Uzbekistan welcomes tourists of all categories with their own unique need and likings. Whether you're coming to Uzbekistan with a hope of going on an off-road desert trip, trekking mountains, learning a new cuisine, or solely for the purpose of examining closely the historical monuments, we promise an excellent time while you're in this marvellous country.
Uzbek culture is famous around the world for its original style and ornaments in arts and crafts. Local trades are important elements of national and world culture. Many connoisseurs of antique come to our country especially$1485/pp
This classic tour covers the most prominent cities and places of Uzbekistan. The tour begins in Tashkent - the biggest city of Central Asia and the modern capital of Uzbekistan. To its visitors and guests, Tashkent$1685/pp
The two-days tour to the Yurt Camp begins with a trip to Nuratau in Kyzyl Kum desert region. On the way there will be several stops. First stop - Gidzhduvan town. Here you will visit the famous ceramics workshop of well known$145/pp
Discover Central Asia for yourself and come in touch with the history of ancient civilizations by joining a modern day caravan on an epic journey to five exotic oriental countries - Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan.$145/pp
Kyrgyz Concept offers a 1,5 hours trip to Chon-Kemin and Chu River (in the Boom canyon). This tour is designed for both adventurous people and beginners. Under the guidance of an experienced guide you learn how to control the boat.$220/pp
Sightseeing program around the center of Tashkent. Visit Independence Square, Amir Timur Square, Opera and Ballet Theatre named after Alisher Navoi, the Museum of Applied Arts. After lunch in Choy-khona (local teahouse)$970/pp
We shall start our tour from visiting the most famous site of Uzbekistan - Registan square, which was the center of Samarkand during centuries. Registan Square is a complex of three monuments: Ulugbek Madrassah$1780/pp