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Wonders of Uzbekistan

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We Just got back yesterday from our Uzbekistan Tour. Our tour was Excellent! Uzbekistan is a won ...
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Silk Road to Samarkand via Kashgar

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The Silk Road tour is a must for those who want to explore countries off the beaten track and less
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  • Accommodation Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Train, Private Vehicle & Flight
  • Age Range18 to 99 years old
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Trip to the Stans - Five Wonders of Central Asia, 2020

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15 day city sightseeing trip through Ashgabat, Bukhara, Samarkand and 8 other destinations in 6 different countries. Read More
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  • Jun 08
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Tashkent Samarkand Bukhara 7 days Reviewed Tour: Wonders of Uzbekistan
5 - Excellent
  • Ananth
“We Just got back yesterday from our Uzbekistan Tour. Our tour was Excellent!

Uzbekistan is a wonderful destination. Extremely safe, warm people - big departure from it's soviet republic past. Excellent sightseeing, well organized. Restored monuments help you visualize the glory of cities like this as they stood in the 14th-17th century.

Tashkent feels very modern city, Bukhara feels traditional and Samarkand seems to fit in-between.

Tashkent is a nice city with it's own bit of history. We did Beldersay and surrounding areas from Tashkent, the cable car ride was awesome

We rode the train to Samarkand. Gave us a chance to see the beautiful, rustic countryside at leisure

The monuments in both Samarkand and Bukhara are excellent. The restoration work shows them in all glory. Well done.

The light show in Samarkand - Registon is spectacular. It's pricey, but looks like it goes on every now and then and bystanders watch for free. For a group, it is quite affordable ($150).

The trip involves a bit of walking, all monuments are grand and need you to be on foot to truly enjoy them. You can do it at a leisurely pace.

Overall, excellent program!”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Silk Road to Samarkand via Kashgar
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“Generally, we really enjoyed the trip & think that World Expeditions did a great job on what was a truly fascinating trip.”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Silk Road to Samarkand via Kashgar
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“The trip is fabulous. We've seen so many different things, learnt so much about the history of the three countries we've visited Our in-country guides were just fantastic!!! Stony Xiao(?) in China is an exceedingly wonderful man - efficient in the extreme, kind, funny, helpful and of course knows his stuff - we all wanted to bundle him up and take him with us. Alex in Kyrgyzstan was also very efficient and knowledgeable (and has the most gorgeous smile!), and now Dilshod here in Uzbekistan has been fantastic. We kept saying after leaving China (with a 5-hour-plus land-border crossing into Kyrgyzstan, 6 checkpoints, even more passport checks!) - 'big shoes to fill' after Stony but Alex did a great job, and Dilshod has made Uzbekistan a wonderful leg to finish on - he was a teacher before taking up guiding 20 years ago. The history in this part of the world rivals that of anywhere, and is just as convoluted and fascinating as other ancient regions. If you haven't been to central Asia yet, don't wait too long!!”