During this trip, you can visit ancient Khiva – a museum city, spend night in yurt camp with unforgettable camel ride, and visit capital of Uzbekistan – Tashkent and breathtaking view of Tian-Shan Mountains.
We offer you to discover the wonderful nature of Uzbekistan. You will visit three unique nature reserve of our country: Zaamin National reserve, Zarafshan State Nature Reserve and ecological center "Jeyran". Also, you will have chance to see the sandy desert "Kyzylkum", the beauty of the lake Aydarkul and Nuratau ridge.
Very interesting tour from Khiva to Samarkand will impress you. Khiva was one of most important cities in Central Asia with its commercial, political, and cultural development from the 6th c B.C until the 19th century A.D. Thanks Khiva’s strategic location on the Great Silk road from Iran to India, it actively participated in fostering relations among various cultures and kingdoms
Welcome to Uzbekistan
Are you looking for a journey that will give you inner peace and harmony? Uzbekistan is the right place to visit where you can have an adventure of a life time and a trip that will take you back in time to Great Silk Road when the Roman Empire was connected to China by a network of roads and trade routes.
Walking among the thousands of years old fortresses, minarets, madrasahs and their richness of significant artistic decoration, ingeniously detailed mosaics of jewels and marble. It is more than travelling and seeing of sights. Experience the world’s most unique ethnic culture. It winds through the three most exquisite cities: Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand are far less traveled but shows no less to see. Uzbekistan is well known for its ancient ruins. One of the most famous ruins is the ancient city of Itchan Kala in Khiva. It is now an open air museum in the center of the Silk Road Destination and the largest intact walled city in Central Asia. It is a sight for sore eyes, with its sandy – colored buildings and their marble, turquoise roofs and towers. Thanks to its’ isolated location, it barely gets crowded, –making it the perfect get away spot, regardless of its popularity in tourism books.
Hospitality is one of the famous Uzbekistan features. Hospitality in Uzbek families is appreciated higher than the wealth of a table and prosperity of the family. Not to receive a guest means to disgrace the family.
Uzbekistan is famous for the traditional, colorful bazaars of Central Asia which are heaped with unique fashions of Uzbek clothing, rare and exotic spices, mouthwatering sweets and exquisitely crafted arts and jewelry.
Spring (April to June) and Fall (September through October) are the best times to travel. In Fall it is harvest time, and the markets are full of fresh fruits. With beautiful mountains and ski sites, Uzbekistan during winter is also a sight to behold.