Uzbekistan is a relatively lesser known country among the tourist fraternity. Many would struggle to point it out on a world map. But the obscurity of this place is what makes Uzbekistan a unique travel destination. Just as traveling to any other country requires an up to date guide book to follow, so does Uzbekistan.
moderate temperature and clear skies and September to October which is characterized by little rain and. Both of these time period see less number of crowds and lower travel rates, making it ideal for you to visit Uzbekistan. To make the most out of your travel, check out for the local festivals or exhibitions in the city and combine it with your trip.
The simplest way to arrive in Uzbekistan is through the airways. There are several connecting flights from all of the major cities like New York, St. Petersburg, Berlin to Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. If you're in any of the neigboring countries, you can take a train trip to go through the scenic desert beauty.
Visa is compulsory for travelers entering Uzbekistan except for following countries:
Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine. Along with Visa, you'll be needing a Letter of Invitation which must be prepared by your tour agency and approved by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan has better transportation infrastructure than the rest of countries in Central Asia, whether it be air, rail, or road transportation. There are 16 airports in Uzbekistan, six of them being international airports, and the railway network is close to 4,669 Km. The roads are getting connected to even the remotest location.
Uzbekistan provides some of the msot pleasurable sightseeing options in entire Central Asia.
No restricted medications and drugs must be brought into Uzbekistan without any letter of approval from foreign ministry. No vaccinations are required for entering Uzbekistan. Please review the requirements and restrictions for importing pharmaceuticals for personal use.
Uzbekistan has budget and luxury hotels in almost all of the major towns like Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara. In more remote places, you can stay in traditional yurts, guest houses, and bread and breakfast accommodation. We arrange your stay in hotels with good reputation and review.