Uzbekistan

Individual Tour Examples in Uzbekistan

13 days – lightly adventurous – cities & expedition

Expedition from Nukus, plus the Silk Road Cities

In addition to the classic highlights of Tashkent, Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand, you will also visit lesser-known places in Uzbekistan within this program. The start is in Nukus in the far northwest, where the unique Savitsky art collection is located. You continue with an expedition to a former fishing village on shrinking Aral Sea, visit remains of ancient forts in the desert, before you visit the usual highlights starting in Khiva.

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9 days – classical round tour – including 5 most important cities

Classical Tour Tashkent-Khiva-Bukhara-Samarkand-Shahrisabz

A program that includes the most important sights of the country. You start in Tashkent, fly the next day to Urgench in the far north-west and stay in nearby Khiva. The next legendary city is Bukhara. You drive further to Samarkand, while not missing a few important sights along the way. A day in Samarkand, a trip to Shahrisabz and then the express train to Tashkent complete this classic tour.

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10 days – lightly adventurous – classic tour plus desert & mountains

Silk Road, Yurts, Camels and Horses

In addition to the Silk Road cities of Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand plus the capital Tashkent, this program has a three-day trip in the desert and in the mountains. With a stay in a Kazakh-run yurt camp and a homestay in an Uzbek mountain village, and opportunities for hiking, camel and horse riding. You can also extend the part in the desert and in the mountains.

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15 days – Silk Road & many other highlights

Uzbekistan Silk Road Complete

During this 15-day individual tour in Uzbekistan, you will not only visit the cities of Tashkent, Khiva, Bukhara, Samarkand and Termez, but also the Chimgan mountain resort and the Fergana valley. A journey full of variety with the Silk Road cities, crafts, Buddhist inheritage and nature. Thanks to new train connections, most places can now also be reached by (fast) train.

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