Uzbekistan Travel Tours & Trips

Chorsu Bazaar of Tashkent - one of the largest and oldest farmers' markets in Central Asia
UNESCO World Heritage-listed 5th Century BC Samarkand - the crossroads of cultures, religions, peoples and languages
The silk artisans and colourful bazaars of Fergana Valley
Traditional central Asian yurt stay near the mud-walled Ayaz Kala ruins on the edge of the Kyzyl-Kum Desert
Khiva's thousands of years of history
Sentab village - guesthouse stay in a UN Development Program project in the Nuratau-Kyzylkum Biosphere Reserve
The Chashma beneath the fortress of Alexander the Great in Nurata
Central Asia’s holiest city - UNESCO World Heritage-listed Bukhara
  • Trips & tours in Uzbekistan

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    From US $10175

    Silk Road & Pamir Adventure - 41 days

    The artworks found in the Magao Caves rate among the oldest and most alluring ancient Buddhist pieces in the world – some of them dating back 1000...
    Countries visited: China, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan
    From US $9285

    Grand Silk Explorer - 38 days

    According to local legend, in the planning stages of the Jiayu Pass an official asked how many bricks would be needed. 99,999 the designer answered. When the...
    Countries visited: China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan
    From US $3040

    Tajikistan Discovery - 15 days

    The Wakhan Valley is a land of extremes. Below the spectacular peaks of the Pamir and Hindu Kush ranges, the Ismaili Muslim locals live hard lives as...
    Countries visited: Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan
    From US $2340

    Jewels of Uzbekistan - 12 days

    Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva: home to desert caravans, ancient fortresses and dazzling bazaars. Persian heritage is embraced in Uzbekistan and untouched...
    Countries visited: Uzbekistan
  • Why we love Uzbekistan

    • The LyabiHauz hotel in Bukhara was built in 1620 around a courtyard and a pool. Shaded by mulberry trees, you can enjoy a cold beer on a hot day in your Turkish sun bed and watch the locals play chess. Classic old world charm!
    • The cultural heartland of Central Asia, Uzbekistan offers the perfect mix of a rich culture without the tourist hordes
    • Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva are three cities that glitter like jewels, offering sublime Islamic architecture, bustling bazaars and a genuine hospitality, perfected through the ages owing to the country’s historic associations with the Silk Road
    • The villagers of the Nuratau Mountains live in magnificent surroundings of foothills and mountains, lakes and deserts, and time spent here gives a unique insight into the culture and landscape of Uzbekistan

    Safety information

    There have been occasional incidents of mugging and petty crime against foreigners. Policemen, or sometimes those pretending to be policemen, may seek to impose an on-the-spot fine. If you are any doubt you should ask for an ID or pay any fines at the nearest police station. Keep valuables out of sight and avoid unlit or remote areas. Avoid obvious displays of wealth, especially in rural areas. Avoid walking alone at night. There are security checkpoints at the city limits of Tashkent and other towns. The political situation in Uzbekistan is stable, however you should avoid any demonstrations or large gatherings of people.
  • From our Blog

    An insight into Uzbek culture

    Uzbekistan is a jewel in Central Asia’s crown. Abundant with culture and natural resources, the country serves as a perfect example of the region’s enigmatic allure. Home to three of the most incredible cities in Central Asia – Samarkand, Khiva and Bukhara – Uzbekistan also plays host to the type of...

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    What's New in the ‘Stans’?

    Central Asia now seems at the distant periphery of the world, but at one time it was the centre of culture and contemporary thought. Discover the blue domes and mosaics of Silk Road architecture. Bargain amongst the locals in vast and varied bazaars. Trek and ride horses through mountain forest reserves...

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    All Aboard Our New Rail Journeys!

    There’s nothing quite like long-distance train travel – the thrill of embarkation, the unparalleled chance for meeting locals, the views across plains and mountains in the twilight and the carriage’s sway as you sleep.

    Our new overland trips are classics – Istanbul to...

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    Our Community Projects in China and Central Asia

    Uzbek Homestay
    Peregrine supports a small village at Sentab in the Nurata Mountains by using village homestays. Having received United Nations Development Program support to set up the project, the community now plays host to all Peregrine travellers to Uzbekistan. This partnership provides...

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    Our four hottest new destinations

    Continuing with the theme of ‘new stuff’ (our website has got a swanky new look,in case you were wondering where the theme comes from), we thought we’d have a run-through some of our favourite destinations that are among the newer ones on our trips.



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