Uzbekistan is Open! Travel the Silk Road with Remote Lands
A Silk Road wonder with untouched natural beauty and fascinating culture — Uzbekistan is an underappreciated Central Asia treasure and currently open to vaccinated travelers without quarantine. Famed for its architecture, unique history, and cuisine, Uzbekistan is a must-see gem for adventurers and history buffs alike.
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A Silk Road wonder, untouched natural beauty, and fascinating people — Uzbekistan is an underappreciated Central Asia treasure and currently open to vaccinated travelers without quarantine. Famed for its architecture, unique history, and cuisine, Uzbekistan is a must-see gem for adventurers and history buffs alike.NEW CULINARY JOURNEY
Remote Lands is proud to launch “A Culinary Journey Across Uzbekistan”, an 11-day bespoke journey through Uzbekistan’s most famous cities that will feed the mind, body, and soul of bold foodie travelers. Visitors will enjoy the country’s most interesting sites on a whirlwind edible adventure across the country involving cooking lessons, market deep dives, and delicious dining experiences.VIEW ITINERARY SILK ROAD CITIES
From the vibrant capital of Tashkent and the UNESCO outpost of Bukhara to the 2,500-year-old Khiva and the bazaars of Samarkand, Uzbekistan’s urban centers are an indelible link with humanity’s shared history and grandeur. Follow in the tracks of Marco Polo and Ghengis Khan as you explore some of Central Asia’s most enigmatic cities and villages.CULTURE
With one of the oldest Jewish communities in Central Asia, underrated Chinese-influenced Central Asian cuisine and horse riding through the Fergana Valley — Uzbekistan is a magical cultural destination. With Remote Lands, guests can dine with local families or watch a traditional Buzkashi match, an equestrian sport in which horse-mounted players compete to score points by moving a goat carcass across a goal line.ARCHITECTURE
Built into the foundations of the country — from the moving Mausoleum of Imam al-Bukhari to the scattered desert ships of the Aral Sea — the history of Uzbekistan is preserved and abiding. The tomb of the biblical prophet Daniel, the dark depths of the ‘Bug Pit’ at Zindon Prison, fortresses more than 2,000 years old — Uzbekistan’s status as a link between worlds has spawned some of the region’s most fascinating architectural wonders.
Uzbekistan’s history abides in some of the most emotionally moving architectural wonders in the region.
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