Uzbekistan Tours & Vacations

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

4.8 out of 5 based on 181 reviews submitted.
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Ann-Marie · Traveled May 2024
I had little specific knowledge about Uzbekistan apart from it being on the ‘Silk Road’ and this tour opened my eyes to how rich it’s history really is; how cohesive the community is and the importance of family; and how religiously tolerant the country is. I now have a deep respect for the country and it’s people, and hope to return.
Review submitted 05 Jun 2024

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Tamara · Traveled May 2024
Go to Uzbekistan! You will be awed by its architecture and charmed by its people. I loved all the places we visited. The trip is a busy itinerary so plan for lots of touring. Our guide Zafar did a great job taking care of our group, and he is a wealth of knowledge and organization. Our group was a nice mix of good people who got along well.
Review submitted 02 Jun 2024

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Ann-Marie · Traveled May 2024
I have no hesitation in recommending Intrepid's ‘Premium Uzbekistan’ tour - I went from knowing nothing about the country apart from having a fascination with ‘The Silk Road’ to having a deep regard for Uzbekistan, it’s people, religious tolerance and family values. Uzbekistan is a very safe country and the people absolutely lovely.
Review submitted 01 Jun 2024

Tashkent to Ashgabat

Emma · Traveled May 2024
I can highly recommend the Tashkent to Ashgabat trip. After visiting Uzbekistan last year and falling in love with it, I had to return to see Khiva and then cross into Turkmenistan. Khiva was beautiful and Turkmenistan was mad. So normal and surreal at the same time! It was fascinating to visit a country that has little written about it and to explore as much as we could. Make sure you apply for your LOI as soon as you book the trip and ensure you receive it before you leave for the trip, and don't bother thinking about social media in Turkmenistan - you won't have it, just enjoy the digital detox. If you have time, I would recommend booking the Uzbekistan Tashkent to Tashkent trip too beforehand as it really is a stunning country.
Review submitted 09 Jun 2024

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Preethi · Traveled May 2024
It’s was great trip, Uzbekistan is a beautiful and interesting country! The country is very safe and very clean! Ten days was not enough, I would ve loved to stay a few extra days. Our Tour leader JONIBEK was excellent, extremely knowledgeable about history, culture and politics I thoroughly enjoyed our conversations ! The hotels were the only disappointing part, except for TASHKENT hotel the other were subpar not premium. Overall great trip I highly recommend !
Review submitted 09 Jun 2024

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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