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Uzbekistan – the Pearl of Central Asia along the Great Silk Road

Our professional and local DMC in Uzbekistan is based in Tashkent, which is the heart and capital city of Uzbekistan. We have grown to be one of the most well-known and reliable travel companies operating in the Central Asian market.

We believe in building relationships with our clients and treat every traveler equally, irrespective of the tour package cost. Our professional and committed team, dedicated to working hand in hand with our customers and partners, has a positive and friendly attitude providing travel services and hospitality beyond our clients’ expectations.

Join our scheduled itineraries, which we have designed so you can experience the sights and sounds of our beautiful country. Or plan your private itinerary and holiday package with one of our knowledgeable team members. Our cultural and historical tours visit architectural monuments, burial sites, historic fortress walls, palaces, ancient mosques and madrassahs, palaces, and minarets that have announced the call to prayer for centuries.

Uzbekistan is the road less traveled and perfect for an incentive trip with a difference. We also offer concierge services for business delegations and full conference management for large or small groups. Everything from sourcing the venue, airport transfers, audiovisual, lighting, hostesses, translation services and arranging gala dinners.

We invite you to visit Uzbekistan and be a part of our culture, people, history, and traditions. Our innovative and creative team is ready to become your loyal assistant in arranging all types of tours, regardless of your travel purpose.

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Travel Highlights in Uzbekistan

  • Explore the distinctive Uzbek capital Tashkent City, the place where East meets the West.
  • Visit Samarkand, the “Pearl of Orient” with its fabulous Registan complex in blue domes (a 2 700 year old UNESCO World Heritage site).
  • Discover Bukhara, the land of saints and Sufis (UNESCO World Heritage site).
  • Spend a night in traditional yurts (nomad houses) in the Kyzlkum desert at Aydarkul Lake and enjoy a camel riding experience.
  • Spend a night in a local’s house in the remote mountain villages of Hayot, Sentab and Uhum.
  • Delve into Russian avant-garde modern art in the famous Nukus Art Museum named after Igor Savitsky. It houses the second biggest collection after Ermitage in St.Peterburg.
  • Wander through Ayaz Kala and Toprak Kala desert fortresses dating back to 400 years BC.
  • Visit the ghost city of Muinak, a former fisherman’s city with its ship cemetery.
  • Adventure trip to see the vanishing Aral sea as you drive through the rising Aralkum desert (former sea bottom).
  • Discover the open-air museum city of Khiva with its inner-city fortress Ichan Qala (UNESCO World Heritage site).
  • Hiking in the picturesque Chatkal Mountains in the far west of the Tian Shan Mountain range that goes all the way to western China.
  • Skiing on the slopes of the West Tian Mountains in the luxury modern Amirsoy Mountain resort set at 2 300m above sea level.
  • Explore the ruins of the fascinating Buddhist temples of the Surhandaria region (south of Uzbekistan).