Welcome

Most tourists visit Uzbekistan for several reasons:

1. See the sights of Uzbekistan

2. Get to know Uzbek cuisine

3. Try to taste natural fruits and vegetables

Of course we can talk about it much but We think the main aim of tourists who come from different countries is to see historical places and to taste delicious foods of Uzbekistan at least once in their lifetime. And we can say that fresh air of Uzbekistan also plays an important role in entailment. More than 300 sunny days in a year. Uzbekistan has great past and great future. That is why travelling throughout Uzbekistan is unforgettable experience.

Mountains of Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan, located in the very heart of Asia, lies mostly on a plain, but gradually from west to east, the landscapes of this sunny country develop into mountain ranges of the Tien Shan and Pamir. The average height of Uzbek mountains ranges from 2,000 m to 3,000 m, and if the small ridge of Sultan Uvais (Sultan Weese-Dag) in Karakalpakstan does not exceed the elevation point of 500 m, then the peaks of the Hissar ridge in Surkhan Darya exceed 4000 m, rising to the permanent snow zone.

 

Uzbekistan Mountains The regions of Uzbekistan are interconnected by multi-kilometer picturesque mountain roads and passes. The most famous mountain passes are Kamchik which connects Tashkent oasis and the Fergana Valley, and Tahtakaracha crossed by the shortest road between Samarkand and Shakhrisabz.

Best natural landscapes

Featured Trips

Travel throughout Samarkand

The two-day Samarkand tour is perfect for exploring the city, and then heading out to the lesser-known sights off the beaten path. Start with the famous places of this grand city: Registan Square, Shahi-Zinda, Gur-Emir, and Bibi-Khanum Mosque, all of which are sure to impress with their combination of grand scale and intricate details. The second day takes you farther from the traditional sights of Samarkand, and to the more uncommon places in this city. The Afriasiab Museum is a dip into ancient history, while the Tomb of Saint Daniel and the Mausoleum of Imam al-Bukhari are all about the spiritual life of Central Asia. You’ll leave Samarkand with vivid impressions of Uzbekistan and a greater knowledge of the culture, history, and traditions of this country.

Travel throughout Bukhara

The center of Bukhara is full of historical sites, from the simple to the ornate. Bukhara was built on an oasis, so that water for this desert city was provided through ponds, the last remaining of which is Lyabi-Hauz. The pond itself is surrounded by mosques and madrassas, and as you continue along the tour, you’ll see that there’s a sight around every corner. Alongside the Lyabi-Hauz Ensemble, the Chor-Minor Madrassa (with its distinctive four towers) and the Kalyan Minaret (one of the few structures in Bukhara not destroyed by the Mongols) are some of the most famous structures in Bukhara. Another important and symbolic stop is the Ark Fortress, which housed generations of royal families and is now a history museum. For those who love history, architecture, and art, the one-day Bukhara City Tour is the best tour for getting to know this welcoming city.

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Transportation

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