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Uzbekistan Suggested Itineraries
Our selection of luxury Uzbekistan itineraries helps you experience the best this amazing country has to offer, whether it's taking in the best-known sights or getting off the beaten track. Our Classic Uzbekistan itinerary is the perfect introduction to the country, including the historic cities of Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva, and we also offer other more regionally-focused itineraries.
Our Uzbekistan itineraries can be booked as they are, customized to your own requirements, combined with each other, or simply used as a source of inspiration for creating your own tailor-made holiday. They can also be combined with itineraries from other nearby destinations to create an amazing multi-country itinerary.
Delve deep into Uzbekistan's rich historical, religious and cultural tapestry in this unforgettable 10-day trip. After exploring the capital, Tashkent, it’s on to the beautifully blue-washed city of Khiva. Tiptoe around the monastery-like surroundings of Bukhara, before eventually ending up at the beloved and spiritual city of Samarkand.
This nine-day tour will whisk you through the wonders just waiting to be uncovered in Uzbekistan. Travel across this stunning country by train alighting to delight in the jaw-dropping architecture of the mosques and madrasahs of Tashkent, Bukhara and Khiva, the dramatic reds of the Kyzyl Kum desert and the beauty of the Amu Darya river.
Witness the wonders of southern Uzbekistan on this ten day adventure. Gaze at Tashkent’s marvellous mosques and minarets, the mosaics and madrasahs in Bukhara and the treasures of Tamerlane in Samarkand. Delve into the Uzbek countryside, stay in a local home in Darband and meet authentic practising shamans before returning to Tashkent.
This 11-day journey follows the ancient Silk Road of Uzbekistan, encompassing the historic trade cities of Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand. The beauty, as well as the sheer scale of construction is enough to captivate thousands pilgrims and tourists alike. You'll also have time for a camel ride and night under the stars in the Uzbek desert.
An 11-day trip that takes you across the evolving landscape of Uzbekistan’s Fergana Valley, passing empty deserts, negotiating snow-topped mountains and exploring ancient trade cities. Witness luxurious, awe-inspiring palaces and mosques alongside modest mountain villages reflecting the untouched lifestyle of the famously friendly Uzbeks.
Turn back time on this two-week tour of two amazing countries. Explore historical wonders of Tashkent and Khiva and uncover the crumbling cities of Merv and Mary and the fortress of Nissa. Camp by burning gas craters, get up close to the famous Akhal Teke horses of Turkmenistan and discover the palaces and mausoleums of mighty Emirs.
Fourteen days, two countries, eight cities and one rocket launch: there are not many journeys that you’ll make quite like this one. Over the course of two weeks, you’ll be treated to all the important historic sites of Uzbekistan and its ancient Silk Road cities, as well as witnessing a once-in-a-lifetime event – the “Soyuz” rocket being launched into space from the cosmodrome in Baikonur.
Make the most out of your time in Central Asia with this action-packed, nine-day tour of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Starting in Almaty, Kazakhstan and ending in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, this tour will take you from the Charyn Canyon to the Gur-Emir mausoleum, visiting five major cities and touring historical and cultural attractions.
Discover the hidden treasures of two countries on this two-week tour. Marvel at the ancient architecture and explore the bustling bazaars of Uzbekistan’s big cities and plunge into the lakes, mountains and canyons of scenic Kyrgyzstan, where you’ll bathe in hot springs, picnic in meadows and even stay in a rustic local home.
There’s a world of culture, history and nature waiting to be uncovered by those daring enough to be different. This two-week itinerary through Uzbekistan and Tajikistan offers exactly that - something a little different. A truly memorable 14-day trip through this fascinating yet often overlooked part of the world.
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Jay Tindall was amazed by Uzbekistan's cultural diversity, its 2700-year old history and its mosques, markets and friendly people.