Positioned on the ancient Silk Road between Europe and Asia, Uzbekistan has the most interesting and architectural legacy of all the Central Asian republics.

Ancient cities such as Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva were centers of science and art. Great architecture created palaces, mosques and mausoleums and monuments memorializing Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan. Many of these masterpieces have not survived to the present, however, for those who have been preserved; it is possible to restore the pages of the distant past.

Imagine hundreds of minarets, turquoise domes and graceful arched portals gracing the land, exotic bazaars and the open blue sky as your backdrop, makes one feel immersed in a scene from "One thousand and one nights"!

Best Season

May - Jun &

Sep - Nov

Uzbekistan - An Authentic Living Museum
From RMB 21,940/Adult
8 days
From RMB 21,940/Adult

Uzbekistan has the most interesting historical and architectural legacy of all the Central Asian republics freed from Soviet domination in 1991. We spend time visiting the famous cities of Tashkent, Samarkand and Bukhara.

Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan - Linking Asia to Europe
From RMB 20,000/Adult
From RMB 20,000/Adult

Starting from Tashkent, the modern capital of Uzbekistan and Central Asia’s main transportation hub, discover rapidly-changing Ashgabat, the off-beat, nouveau-riche capital of Turkmenistan; the remains of mighty Merv; Bukhara and Samarkand, whose modern sections lie side-by-side with the great monuments from the time when the overland trade from East and West met.