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Discover Uzbekistan

Once the intersection for Asian, Persian and Mediterranean civilizations along the Silk Road, and later a republic of the Soviet Union, Uzbekistan has stepped back onto the world’s stage thanks to its wealth of cultural offerings—from glittering mosaics, vibrant silks and handcrafted ceramics to sacred Islamic sites and royal buildings. On this journey, you will discover this emerging destination with expert local hosts who will open doors to top monuments and artisan workshops for an immersive look at Uzbekistan’s crafts and history.

What to Expect

This packaged itinerary combines the best of Indagare’s destination expertise and insider intel. It includes set dates, hotels and activities—so you don’t have to worry about planning—but allows for flexibility, customization and free time to explore on your own. Itinerary highlights include:

  • Explore the riches of the former crossroads of the world: the ancient heart of the Silk Road, where the warmth of the Mediterranean meets the beauty of Islamic, Russian and East Asian cultures. Today, Uzbekistan is a safe, cosmopolitan and welcoming country that remains virtually untouched by tourists—and now is the time to visit, before the crowds arrive.
  • Access incredible shopping experiences, with behind-the-scenes meetings with artisans and designers in their studios and visits to crafts centers, for such local treasures as paintings, ceramics, mosaics and textiles, including brightly-colored ikats, silks and embroidery.
  • Enjoy expert-guided historical and cultural touring in Tashkent, Bukhara and Samarkand, where you will learn about the many rulers and civilizations that have shaped Uzbekistan into what it is today (including Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, the Muslim and Mongolian empires and the Soviet Union).
  • Explore Uzbekistan’s great mosques, tiled mausoleums and imposing fortresses on architecture tours, as well as other monuments ranging in style from the medieval to the Baroque and the Brutalist.
  • Be hosted in the private homes of Uzbek locals for genuine cultural exchanges.
  • Continue your adventure with an optional add-on in Khiva, an ancient, fairytale-like city with UNESCO-protected monuments and excellent workshops.
  • Expand your journey with a custom, Indagare-planned itinerary to Georgia, Russia, Poland, Turkey or beyond.
  • When
    November 2 – 8 or 11, 2020
  • Length
    7 days / 6 nights
  • Type of Traveler
    Art Lovers , Intellectuals , Trailblazers
Curious to receive the full itinerary and join the trip? Contact us and find out more.

Trip Details

In preparation for the journey, members will also receive a comprehensive departure package that includes an itinerary, packing list, accommodations overview and other important information.

  • When
    November 2 – 8 or 11, 2020
  • Length
    7 days / 6 nights
  • Group Size
    Up to 12 travelers
  • From
    $5,395

Includes

  • All accommodations indicated in the itinerary
  • All meals and beverages indicated in the itinerary
  • All activities indicated in the itinerary
  • Airport assistance and transfers upon arrival and departure, as well as touring transfers, as indicated in the itinerary
  • Expert, English-speaking guides
  • The services of our Uzbekistan partners and emergency contacts

Excludes

  • International airfare, airport taxes and visa fees
  • Travel insurance (highly recommended—please ask our team if you would like to see a quote)
  • Additional meals, alcoholic beverages and activities
  • Liability for change in itinerary due to reasons beyond our control (change in flights, cancellations, political disturbances, natural phenomena)
  • Items of personal nature such as laundry, telephone calls, etc.
Curious to receive the full itinerary and join the trip? Contact us and find out more.

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