Uzbekistan Tours & Holidays

Experience a remote adventure – well and truly off the tourist trail – in dazzling Uzbekistan.

There are the famous cultural sites we’ve been told we have to visit (here’s looking at you, Instagram), and then there are the iconic sites we never knew we had to see. Like the glittering turquoise domes of Registan Square in Samarkand, the breathtaking Kalon Mosque and Minaret in the ancient Silk Road city of Bukhara. And outside of the cities, Uzbekistan is just as full of surprises – like the traditional villages of the Nuratau Mountains or a desert-bound yurt camp. This is Uzbekistan, in all its charming glory.

Uzbekistan tour reviews

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Jessica · Traveled November 2023
Uzbekistan is a wonderful destination that exceeded all my expectations. Incredible architectural gems and the friendliest people I have encountered traveling. Lochin was a fantastic guide and made our trip so smooth.
Review submitted 21 Nov 2023

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Rosalyn · Traveled November 2023
A fascinating country brought to life by our very informative guide, Lochin. This tour is very varied in terms of cities visited and accommodation, don’t expect luxury or spacious rooms but the locations are wonderful. Group meals were authentic and tasty. Make sure to dip out of freetime group lunches if you want to have some precious free time as otherwise the guide has arranged lunch for everyone. Go now before the tourists start coming, it was a joy to travel without crowds.
Review submitted 26 Nov 2023

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Angie · Traveled October 2023
This was our first trip with intrepid and it won’t be our last. Our guide was first class and the sights were incredible. The cultural immersion added an extra dimension.
Review submitted 18 Nov 2023

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Sherri · Traveled October 2023
The Central Asia Explorer trip lead by Nastia brought 12 travellers together to become a family who got to make incredible memories in beautiful sites sharing experiences with the kind and generous local people. A trip every adventurer should take !
Review submitted 19 Nov 2023

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Gareth · Traveled October 2023
What an incredible trip this was. A perfect blend of stunning natural beauty with the mountains of Kyrgyzstan and the Silk Road old towns of Bukhara and Samarkand with their stupendous mosques and madrassas. Everywhere we went, the local people were so welcoming and the homestays in Kyrgyzstan were a small window into a different world we were privileged to see. All this was enhanced by a fantastic group of like-minded travellers and a lot of laughs (and singing) along the way. Prince Ali was a firm favourite! The last word has to go to our tour leader, Anastasia, who was quite simply the best - thank you so much.
Review submitted 18 Nov 2023

Uzbekistan at a glance


    Tashkent (population: 3 million)


    35 million


    Uzbek Sum (UZS)


    Uzbek (official), Russian (widely spoken), Tajik (widely spoken)


    (GMT+05:00) Tashkent




    Type C (European 2-pin) and Type F (2-pin with earth sockets) 220V supply voltage and 50Hz

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