Remote Lands Launches New Small Group Journey to Uzbekistan
Delve into the cultural, culinary, and historical riches of Uzbekistan on this 7-night adventure across one of the most amazing and enigmatic countries in Central Asia.
NEW SMALL GROUP JOURNEY
FOR SOLO TRAVELERS
Delve into the cultural, culinary, and historical riches of Uzbekistan on this 7-night adventure across one of the most amazing and enigmatic countries in Central Asia. This journey features adventure, cuisine, and heritage found in this ancient Silk Road treasure. From the capital to sprawling deserts, join Remote Lands for the Uzbekistan trip of a lifetime on April 24 to May 1, 2022.
- First-ever Remote Lands small group journey designed for solo travelers.
- Limited to 12 guests.
- Expert tour director and guides.
Watch this space: Keep an eye on our newsletters for a second exciting small group journey to be announced in the coming weeks.
Home to the Chorsu Bazaar and the Khazrati Imam complex, begin your journey in the Uzbek capital of Tashkent, a vibrant, fascinating city famed for its cosmopolitan lifestyle and friendly, multi-ethnic population. Here, travelers will indulge in the whirlwind of Silk Road shopping and food that has made the region famous for millennia.LEARN MORE KHIVA
Khiva was once an important trade hub, situated along the ancient Great Silk Road that used to stretch from Asia to Europe. Nowadays, Khiva boasts a wealth of historic attractions and sites. Located on the border just a short drive from Turkmenistan, Khiva features the Friday Mosque, the Stone Palace of Tash Khauli, and the jade green Kalta Minor — all in the mélange of embroidered silk, ceramics, and bijouterie jewelry.LEARN MORE KYZYL-KUM DESERT
Enjoy the wide, open expanses of the Kyzyl-Kum Desert, crossed for thousands of years by traders on the hearty two-humped Bactrian camels. Here travelers will explore one of the most forbidding landscapes in Central Asia and indulge in the food and culture of the people who call this land home.LEARN MORE BUKHARA
Once considered one of the world’s centers of civilization, the journey continues to Bukhara, deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Home to countless mosques, madrassas, and other architectural marvels, this city charts the influences from the Samanids and Muslims to the Persians and Aryans. Discover the spiritual side of Bukhara as we meet with an Imam and learn about the principles of Sulism.LEARN MORE SAMARKAND Samarkand is one of the most famous cities in Uzbekistan. This Silk Road city and UNESCO World Heritage Site has been the target of leaders from Genghis Khan to the Soviet Union, and today that meeting of worlds is evident in the dynamic cuisine and seminal architecture of Samarkand. Here visitors can savor internationally-acclaimed wine at Uzbekistan’s oldest winery and enjoy the crucible of east meeting west while learning how to make traditional Uzbek sweets. LEARN MORE
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