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Uzbekistan Trekking Tours 2019/2020

2 Trekking Tours with 21 Reviews

Highlights
  • Samarkand and Bukhara : two of the greatest cities on the Silk Road.
  • Almaty with its leafy streets and cafe culture.
  • Kyrgyzstan’s spectacular mountain scenery.
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Exodus Travels
  • Starts Tashkent, Uzbekistan
  • Ends Tashkent, Uzbekistan

The Silk Road

of 8 reviews
For centuries great caravans of merchants made their way through deserts, across steppes and over ... Read More
SaveUS$ 165
From US$ 3,295 15 days View Tour
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Jun 19 Only 3 seats left
Jun 26 Only 3 seats left
Highlights
  • Behold views of some of the Fann Mountain's 5,000m plus peaks.
  • Trek isolated valleys, alpine meadows & Alauddin Pass (3,530m).
  • Camp beside the stunning Alaudin lakes in the Chapdara River valley.
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World Expeditions
  • Starts Tashkent, Uzbekistan
  • Ends Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Fann Mountains Trek & Silk Road Cities

We combine a trek in the impressive Pamirs Fann Mountains with the fabled Silk Road ... Read More
  • Operator World Expeditions
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Trekking
  • Accommodation Hotel & Camping
  • Transport Train
  • Age Range 18 to 99 years old
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From US$ 2,707 14 days View Tour
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Jun 23 10+ seats left
Jul 21 10+ seats left
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Free cancellation on most tours.
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Uzbekistan Tour Reviews

4.6 - Excellent Based on 21 customer reviews
the silk road Reviewed Tour: The Silk Road
5 - Excellent
“a simply amazing tour.”
silk ROAD trip Reviewed Tour: The Silk Road
4 - Very Good
“A varied and inspiring (but arduous) journey through Central Asia, from the magnificent mosques and mausoleums of Uzbekistan, to the bleak but beautiful mountain and steppe landscape of Kyrgyzstan, this trip delivered what it promised.”
Simmering the soul on the silk road Reviewed Tour: The Silk Road
4 - Very Good
“There's never a dull moment in this full-on, activity packed, classic road and rail journey. Squeezing three contrasting countries into just 15 days is something of a challenge and it requires stamina, energy, good humour and an open mind to get the most out of it. With just five in the group, this felt like a private trip and the intensity and space certainly benefitted an excellent itinerary. Uzbekistan has the monuments, China provides the counterpoint and nomadic Kyrgyzstan oozes impossibly beautiful mountain and lakeland vistas. Throw-in the Russian influences and the echoes of Ginghis Khan, Tamerlane, Alexander the Great and Marco Polo and you have an intriguing concoction.”
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