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Budget tours around Uzbekistan

Peopletravel offers for every client unbeatable prices and unparalleled value as well as first-rate personalized service with this train trip package. Uzbekistan travel package aims to show the guests not only beautiful nature during your train trip through the desert, but also magnificent jewel of cultural heritage of Uzbekistan, as well as national cuisine, art and folklore.

Here is a list of Uzbekistan vacation packages. We propose to spend Uzbekistan railway holidays lively, informatively, but not losing comfort.

Uzbekistan Train Trip 1

Tashkent – Bukhara – Samarkand – Tashkent

Uzbekistan Train Trip 2

Tashkent - Khiva – Bukhara – Samarkand - Tashkent

Uzbekistan Train Trip 3

Tashkent – Kokand - Margilan - Rishtan - Tashkent - Samarkand – Bukhara – Tashkent

Guaranteed departure to Uzbekistan: scheduled Uzbekistan tourism packages

Choose one of the Uzbekistan group tours or individual tours that are guaranteed with certain dates. In this regard, small group Uzbekistan tours with scheduled dates will also arouse your interest. We recommend you to visit the most attractive sights of Khiva, Samarkand, and Bukhara and create your own picture of this beautiful country.

Classical Uzbekistan tours

Having chosen our company, explore bewitching landscapes and unsurpassed heritage of medieval jewels within historical tours of Uzbekistan. Numerous historic monuments of Tashkent, Khiva, Samarkand and Bukhara were included to the Global Heritage List. During your Uzbekistan holiday packages you will find dozens of monumental buildings, demonstrating its excellent artistic taste. Do not hesitate to book Uzbekistan tours 2020.

Pearl of Central Asia

Tashkent - Khiva - Bukhara - Nurata - Yurt camp - Aydarkul lake - Samarkand - Tashkent

Heart of Central Asia

Tashkent - Khiva - Bukhara - Samarkand - Tashkent

Thousand and One Night

Tashkent - Samarkand - Nurota - Bukhara - Khiva - Tashkent - Ferghana Valley - Tashkent

Self driving tours in Uzbekistan

Peopletravel Company proposes self driving tours around Uzbekistan and Central Asia. This type of travel has become the most attractive because tourists are able to plan their private leisure time. When you make self driving tours in Uzbekistan, you are guaranteed to receive a lot of impressions, positive emotions and beautiful photos in your photo album. Uzbekistan private tours are a great opportunity to get to know Uzbekistan or see it under a new prism.

Self-Driving in Uzbekistan Route One

Tashkent – Sentab – Bukhara – Khiva – Bukhara – Samarkand – Tashkent

Self-Driving in Uzbekistan Route Two

Tashkent – Sentab – Bukhara – Baysun – Termez – Shahrisabz – Samarkand – Tashkent

Self-Driving in Uzbekistan Route 3

Tashkent – Sentab – Yurt Camp – Bukhara – Shahrisabz – Samarkand – Tashkent

Adventure & Extreme tours in Uzbekistan

Discover an adventure Uzbekistan package tour to the dying Aral Sea, unrivalled beauty of Kyzyl Kum desert, subjugate Tien Shan mountains and enjoy picturesque landscapes of the unique oasis in Central Asia. The escorted tours of Uzbekistan will enable you to feel unique emotions.

Camel Trip in Uzbekistan

Tashkent – Samarkand – Nurata – Tashkent

Stihia Trip

Urgench - Nukus - Muynak - Stihia Festival - Khiva - Bukhara - Samarkand

Cycling in Uzbekistan

Tashkent – Zaamin mountains – Djizzakh – Yangikishlak – Hayot – Aydarkul lake – Nurata – Bukhara – Shakhrisabz – Samarkand – Tashkent

Trekking in Uzbekistan

Tashkent – Urgench - Khiva - Bukhara – Shakhrisabz - Samarkand – Tashkent – West Tian-Shan mountains – Ugam-Chatkal National Park  – Chimgan - Beldersay

Agro tour in Uzbekistan

Tashkent - Khiva - Bukhara - Uhum - Samarkand - Shakhrisabz - Tashkent

Eco tour in Uzbekistan

Tashkent - Nukus - Muinak - Khiva - Bukhara - Nurata - Samarkand - Tashkent

Ethno tour in Uzbekistan

Tashkent – Bukhara –Djeynau – Shakhrisabz – Samarkand - Tashkent

Aral Sea Tour in Uzbekistan

Nukus - Ustyurt Plateau - Aral Sea - Muynak - Nukus

Mountain skiing in Uzbekistan

Ski resorts of Western Tian-Shan Mountainsin Uzbekistan welcome you to spend your Winter Vacation.

Business & MICE tours in Uzbekistan

We are honored to offer our service on arranging MICE journeys to Uzbekistan during your business travel. Incentive Uzbekistan tour packages are offered for your convenience. You may combine your trips with cultural tour to Uzbekistan thanks to Peopletravel, the first-class operator. Discover with us attractiveness of the open museum country.

Tour 1

Tashkent – Bukhara – Samarkand – Tashkent

Tour 2

Tashkent - Chimgan/Charvak - Tashkent

Tour 3

Tashkent - Samarkand - Tashkent

Uzbekistan food tours

Today gastronomic tours are very popular. Peopletravel keeps pace with the times, and also provides its tourists with this opportunity to enjoy delicious dishes of Uzbek cuisine. Is this not the reason to visit Uzbekistan!?

Peopletravel also in this case will make for you Uzbekistan tailor made tour packages according to the subject and your desires.

If you are not sure which type of Uzbekistan tour to choose, you can directly ask us the question.

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We just wanted to say thanks for your help with the organization of the trip. We heard from a number of other tourists who had difficult experiences so it was great that we were looked after by you and the very professional team at Peopletravel. A special mention for our guide. If we come back to the region on holiday you can be sure that we will be in touch !

Thanks again. Regards Steve &Tanja, UK

Now that I am back home I just wanted to thank Peopletravel stuff for all help with the arrangements for my Uzbekistan adventure. The drivers you arranged were very nice and I had good days out in Shakhrisabz and Karakalpakstan. And, it was much easier to be in Uzbekistan than the guidebooks and Internet suggested so I had no need to be so anxious.
Thank you once again and my very best wishes.

Philip Steel, UK

Our trip was based on three locations. 1. Tashkent - very comfortable. 2. We had a car and excellent English speaking driver for 3 days to drive from Tashkent through the Nurata Mountains and Kyzylkum deserts to Bukhara city 3.We had two day in Bukhara where we stayed in hotel Fatima. 4. We then drove to Samarkand and stayed in a Sultan Boutique hotel. We rode camels and bikes over the dunes of plain deserts of Aydarkul lakeshore.

Maria Beks, Harrie Bovens, Holland, Didam

Welcome to Peopletravel

If you have found your way to our website, you will no doubt have read about touring Uzbekistan and many of the things it has to offer. Whether you are looking for Uzbekistan group tours or traditional packaged holidays, we can accommodate your requirements for one-day tours through to trips lasting several weeks.

Uzbekistan is a culturally rich country, with unique customs and traditions ready for you to indulge in. There is plenty to see and do, many sightseeing opportunities, and historic venues to explore, the wonderful country of Uzbekistan awaits.

When you tour Uzbekistan 2020 with us, you will find a destination that is perfectly preserved from ancient times. The interest in Uzbekistan tours continues to grow, but it is still a country that hasn't be damaged by an explosion of tourism.

The people of Uzbekistan are warm and friendly, and the country is one of the safest places to visit in the world, with low crime rates. There is even a tourist police department to make sure your trip passes without incident.

We offer you a warm welcome to Uzbekistan, an adventure you will never forget.

Choosing an Uzbekistan Travel Tour

Booking a package tour to Uzbekistan has never been easier. The Uzbekistan Government has made visiting the country simpler than ever. Currently, people from 86 countries can book an Uzbekistan tour package and visit the country without a visa. Check our main page about this for more information.

Even if you don't live in one of the 86 countries, a visa can easily be obtained online. You won't have to go to the trouble of visiting a consulate in your country, an electronic visa makes visiting Uzbekistan a more straightforward and accessible process.

What to Do on Your Uzbekistan Vacation

Tours in Uzbekistan have a lot of offer, with fantastic architecture, memorable monuments, great culture, and incredible food to experience. It may not be seen as a traditional tourist destination, but it has been recognized as a number 1 destination by Lonely Planet.

Three cities in the country have been listed by UNESCO, highlighting the unique opportunity an Uzbekistan tour package offers to tourists. We can arrange Uzbekistan vacation packages to suit your needs. Whether you are on a budget or a limited schedule, we will make sure you get the most out of your trip.

Let`s take a look at some of the experiences on offer:

  • Visit the historic cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva. These ancient cities have seen their fair share of change, with each passing dynasty leaving its mark.

  • The archeological site at Termez is thought to have once been at the heart of Buddhism in Central Asia. It offers a Buddhist monastery from which many treasures have been uncovered, unique architecture, and many wall paintings of Buddha.

  • Journey to where the Aral Sea used to lap against the shore at Muynak, one of the few signs that remain is the ship cemetery of stranded boats.

  • Take an Uzbekistan small group tour to the Savitsky Museum in Nukus, which houses a remarkable collection of former Soviet Union artwork.

  • There are ruins of fortresses in Karakalpakskan. These date back to the Zoroastrian period of more than 2,000 years ago, constructed to protect people from nomadic raiders.

  • Experience local arts and crafts with workshops in carpet weaving, ceramics, food, and silk paper making.

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  • Located near the heart of Tashkent, the Navoi Opera House offers another option for art lovers. Take in an opera or ballet performance at very reasonable prices, in the splendor of the classic decoration found within the venue.

  • The Tashkent Lakeside Golf Club provides stunning scenery in an ideal climate. We can book a round of golf for you and arrange a car to take you.

  • Take in the traditions of the Uzbek people, visit a real oriental bazaar and barter a great deal from craftsmen and sellers.

Tours to Uzbekistan

We are happy to arrange bespoke Uzbekistan tourism packages taking in any combination of these attractions to suit your requirements. Just use the contact form on this page.

Adventure Tours to Uzbekistan

When you tour Uzbekistan, you have the opportunity to experience adventure and extreme sports. Let's review some of the adventures the country has available:

  • A winter trip to Uzbekistan gives you the chance to brush up on your skiing skills. Chimgan-Beldersay is the main skiing resort in the country, offering slopes for beginners to more experienced mountain skiers and snowboarders.

  • Take a camel ride in the Kyzylkum desert, spend a night in a yurt, and enjoy a swim in the Aydarkul lake.

  • If cycling is your thing, a cycling holiday adventure through the countryside and mountain ranges offers something very special. Enjoy the fresh air and sprawling landscapes, spending nights in a yurt.

  • Trekking

  • A trip to the Aral Sea will show you what can go wrong with the environment. Spend a night or two in a yurt and eat around the campfire as you marvel at the newly discovered landscape which was once underwater.

Uzbekistan Tourism Packages

A Unique Service

Uzbekistan is a unique holiday destination, unlike the tours most people flock to in the summer months. If you are looking for something different and more of an adventure, an Uzbekistan tour is for you.

We offer self-driving tours, arranging the car hire and accommodation for your journey. Experience the country in a more authentic way when you drive one of our routes across Uzbekistan. The routes are designed to take in as many of the incredible sights and historic venues the country has.

If you don't like to drive, our Uzbekistan railway holidays take you to some of the best destinations in the land. Visit the ancient cities on the Silk Road by train; Khiva, Bukhara, Samarkand, returning to the capital Tashkent. Our trains are very comfortable, have air conditioning, and allow you to relax, enjoying the scenery as it passes by.

We Put the Customer First

Our service is focused on serving the tourist, making sure everything is convenient and comfortable. We at Peopletravel, have been doing this since 2006 and are officially licensed. Let our experience and knowledge create the ultimate Uzbekistan package holiday to meet your budget and expectations.

We not only offer tours to Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, but Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan as well. So if you want an exciting, exotic, and unusual vacation experience, to places undiscovered and unspoiled, you've come to the right place.

Our staff and guides speak many languages, including German, French, Chinese, Spanish, Russian, and English. We aim to make your trip easy and memorable whether you are arriving for your Uzbekistan tour from Malaysia, France, Korea, the USA, or anywhere else on the planet.

Our Uzbek Tours Offer More

We are always looking for new ways to innovate in the way we provide tours around Uzbekistan. We were the first travel company to offer bike rental and then car rental, allowing tourists to drive to destinations and explore at their own pace.

Tours around Uzbekistan

We helped organize the electronic music festival - Element - held in Muynak. A town that was once on the banks of the Aral Sea and now a monument to environmental disaster. This festival highlights the environmental plight of the shrinking Aral Sea as well as the best electronic dance music.

It is our traditional classic Uzbekistan vacation packages that often offer the best experience for tourists. Our Pearl of Central Asia tour provides breathtaking architectural experiences as you are transported along the Silk Road. You will get the chance of sightseeing around mausoleums, fortresses, mosques, and madrassahs.

Festivals in Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan Tour Package

Shark Taronalari

The world music festival is held in the summer in Samarkand every other year. It features performers and folk singers of traditional music genres from around the world.

Boysun Bahori

The spring festival held in Boysun in the Surkhandarya Province offers traditional costumes, dancing, songs, and storytelling. The festival is believed to have been practiced for over 1,500 years and has been noted by UNESCO as an important cultural event.

Silk and Spices Festival

In May, the Silk and Spices Festival can be found in Bukhara. A celebration of the history of the Silk Road, the festival offers fairs where you can buy silk scarves, handicrafts, souvenirs, and many other traditional items. Learn about the history and culture of the region, or take a master class from artisans in almost forgotten skills.


Celebrated on March 21st, the public holiday runs for several days across the country, featuring many concerts and special events. It marks the start of spring and has been celebrated for at least 2,000 years.

Element Music Festival

Taking place in August, the Element Music Festival was the first electronic dance music festival to be established in a Central Asian state.

Uzbekistan Tours


The visa rules have been relaxed, and now many countries don't need a visa. For other countries, an online application is all that is required to get a visa. Check out our page for more information.
You are required to register when arriving in Uzbekistan. This has to be done in the first three days of your visit and can normally be completed in the hotel you are staying.
You are allowed to bring foreign currency into Uzbekistan. Any amount of money can be bought in, but a maximum value of $5,000, of whatever currency, is only permitted to be taken out. Four main currencies can be converted in Uzbekistan; US dollars, Euros, British Pounds, and the Japanese Yen.
Money can be converted in local banks through their exchange offices.
You can use money transfer services when staying in the country. The following services are available in Uzbekistan; MoneyGram, Western Union, Contact, Anelik, Lider, Migom, Zolotay Korona, and Asia Express.
If you have more luggage than you should, there could be an extra fee to be paid. This fee will have to be paid using the Uzbek Soum, and there is a bank at the airport that allows you to exchange your money.
The hotel will give you a registration form with their stamp on it, these documents will be required when you return to the airport.
You should have medical insurance when visiting. Make sure that the insurance company covers travel to Uzbekistan when you apply.

If you have a health problem or you experience an emergency during your time in the country, contact the relevant agency to help;

Fire - 101
Police - 102
Ambulance - 103
Gas service - 104

Travel insurance should be used for any trips to foreign countries, but it is also mandatory for your tours of Uzbekistan. You should make sure you have sufficient insurance coverage when booking your vacation. This insurance should cover your possessions, cancellation cover, and repatriation costs as a minimum. Insurance policies are offered by local Uzbek companies as well.

While there are ATMs, they won't accept foreign bank cards. You should visit a bank and convert your currency into the Uzbeki Soum instead.
The voltage used in Uzbekistan is 220 AC at a frequency of 50 Hz. Two-pin sockets are used of types C and F, which are the same as used in most of Europe. If you are from North America and much of South America, you will need a voltage converter.
Internet and phone services are offered by five cellular operators; Ucell, Perfectum, UMC, Beeline, and Uzmobile. You can purchase a SIM card from a local store as long as you have your passport with you. The country code for Uzbekistan is +998.
Wi-Fi is frequently offered in hotels, cafes, and other entertainment venues. Getting a SIM for your phone is the best way to make sure you can still connect to the Internet wherever you are.
This will depend on your current provider in your home country. You will need to check to see if they have a partnership with one or more of the local Uzbek phone companies.

It will, but only if the phone network you use is partnered with a local provider. You can buy a new SIM for your time in the country and take advantage of lower costs than you might face when using roaming services.

It is not advised that you drink water from the tap/faucet, which hasn't already been boiled. Bottled water is sold everywhere and is cheap to purchase.
Uzbek cuisine does offer many dishes that contain meat, but there are restaurants and cafes which cater for vegetarians too.
You will, unfortunately, miss out on the chance to experience the famous Uzbek flat cake and other local cuisines. It may be difficult to find suitable options when visiting restaurants, and it is a good idea to bring some gluten-free food that can be stored.
As long as you take the normal precautions of washing fruit and vegetables before eating, there shouldn't be a problem. Purchasing food from a store or in a restaurant shouldn't cause you problems, food is prepared following normal hygiene standards.

There aren't any strict rules for how to dress. However, when visiting a mosque or other religious place, consideration should be given to how you are dressed. Knees and shoulders should be covered and women should wear a headscarf.

Some consideration of what you wear during your Uzbekistan travel tour should be made to protect you from the sun. Wear a hat and light cotton clothing to protect you. Sunscreen is also advisable as Uzbekistan day tours will take you to many natural outdoor sites. You may do a lot of walking as well, so make sure your shoes are up to the job.

It will depend on the time of year of your tours to Uzbekistan. The summer months see little rain with temperatures often above 40 Celsius or 100 Fahrenheit. A headdress should be included for women and, as there are swimming pools in the hotels, bathing suits will be needed.
Uzbekistan Standard Time is GMT/UTC +5.
The national language is Uzbek, with many able to speak Russian. English is sometimes spoken by younger people, with a government drive to make it more widely spoken as a second language.
To experience the best scenery and avoid the extremes in either hot or cold temperatures, spring or autumn/fall are the best seasons.
Children should be accompanied by their parents, but there are no other restrictions.
If you liked the service provided, by all means, leave a tip. Locals will often give a tip in cafes and restaurants, but not normally in taxis. People will be happy to receive a tip, but there isn't an expectation of one being received.
In large cities, you can expect modern toilet facilities as you would find in most European countries. Uzbekistan guided tours to small villages may give you the opportunity to encounter a hole in the ground, and there could be a lack of soap. Bringing wet wipes or your own soap, are a good idea for escorted tours of Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan has both religious and state holidays, check our holidays and festivals page for more information.

Uzbekistan Travel Tips

  • As with anywhere, it is better to be respectful towards local customers, traditions, and culture.

  • You should dress modestly to avoid drawing unwanted attention.

  • When bargaining in Uzbek bazaars, enjoy the process and stay calm.

  • If you want to take a photo of someone, ask first.

  • When souvenir buying, check with the seller if there are any documents needed to take the item out of the country. Better to be safe than sorry.

  • Expect to use cash most of the time.

  • Why not learn some local phrases that will be useful to you;

Good day! Assalomu aleykum
Thank you Rakhmat
Please Iltimos
How do you do? Yakhshimisiz?
Is everything ok? Khammasi yakhishimi?
Bye-bye Khair
Welcome Khush kelibsiz
Can I help you? Sizga kanday yordam bera olmaman?
Help me please Yordam bering, iltimos
Ok Yakhshi

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