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Kazakhstan Uzbekistan Tour Package14 days & 13 nights
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Unearth this gem of a Central Asian country, Uzbekistan, with exciting tour package deals at Thrillophilia Select your travel plan from a wide range of Uzbekistan tour packages that offers personalized excursions at affordable prices.

An Itinerary curated to provide special offers to travellers of all walks of life. The Customizable packages take you on a ride around the golden ring of Uzbekistan tourism. Whether you want to soak in the blessed lands of Andijan by taking a Pilgrimage tour or jaunt about retracing the footsteps of Marco Polo, Uzbekistan tour packages from Thrillophilia has got you covered.

Woven into the layers of history bought by the Silk Road, this picturesque place has become a destination for expeditions. As it has a rich heritage, magnificent architectural ensembles and fragrant Uzbek cuisine, it could be next on your bucket list. And as Thrillophilia prides on selling activities and experiences, the Uzbekistan package is the one-stop solution to all your travel needs from sightseeing to food and transportation; the package takes care of everything! There is the unique disposition between travel and budget, there are unrivalled discounts and special offers available in the tour package.

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Which are the best places to visit on an Uzbekistan tour?

1. Tashkent: A modern metropolis, Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan. Strolling through this beautiful amalgamation of contemporary business and medieval buildings, one can see the city's history come to life.

As the largest city in Central Asia, it prides itself on being the first and only city with a metro in this region. At an elevation of 450 to 480 meters, the city houses some of the breathtaking mausoleums and main attractions like the Khast Imam, The Minor Mosque, The Sacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral, to name a few.

2. Samarkand: Samarkand blossoms into an array of culture and tradition as it dates back to being conquered and ruled by various kings and dynasties, couple of them being Amir Temur and Alexander the great.

The splashes of diverse culture on the city are visible in the various historical monuments like Registan and The Cathedral Mosque of Tamerlane, Bibi-Khanum. And is listed as “Samarkand – Crossroads of Cultures” by the UNESCO World Heritage.

3. Bukhara: Uzbekistan, a mouthful tongue twister, is an exotic former Soviet republic country, steeped in tradition and dotted with Turkish-Persian Architectural wonders. The Uzbekistan Tour Packages covers Bukhara too in the must-visit places. And a place tourists would have a hard time forgetting.

Once a part of the Great Silk road - Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, and Shakhrisabz are Uzbekistan's historical centres. The Islamic capital for seven centuries, Bukhara is a significant base for Islamic theology. The origin of Bukhara is from Sogdian “bukharak”, which translated reads “happy place”. Bukhara also called ‘The City of Museums’ contains more than 140 architectural monuments of the Middle Ages and is under the umbrella of UNESCO World Heritage.

4. Khiva: Gazing down from Islam Khoja minaret (the city wall), you are transported back to the medieval Turkic era. The city has beautiful clay buildings with 51 monuments, Ancient caravanserais and baths, Kunya-Ark fortress, Dishan-Kala fortress.

It exudes the air of being an open museum, which could be one reason for Khiva to be the first city listed under the UNESCO World Heritage site in Uzbekistan. The city is the birthplace of scholar AI-Khoresmi, the father of algebra. It is fascinating that in this historic museum-city, around 250 households live and work.

5. Shakhrisabz: Shakhrisabz, the birthplace of conqueror Amir Temur (Timurid), displays the remarkable Timurid architecture in the design of the white summer palace. Shakhrisabz, when translated means 'Green city', is 80 km from Samarkand.

With the ruins of Ak-Saray Palace, one can also witness other attractions that the place offers like, the mausoleums of Dor-us Saodat, Gumbaz-Sayidan, the Kok-Gumbaz mosque and so on. The open Uzbek highway (The main highway) passes through Shakhrisabz, the same one that traces Marco Polo's route. A traveler could retrace the history in these lands.

6. Karakalpakstan: In the northwestern end of Uzbekistan lies Karakalpakstan, which is an autonomous republic within Uzbekistan. Occupying the most extensive part of Uzbekistan, the Karakalpakstan region consists of the Ustyurt plateau, Kyzylkum Desert and the Aral Sea. The legendary Savitsky Museum is also known as the "Louvre in the desert", and is also located in this region.

A stark reality of resource misuse is seen in the Aral Sea region of Karakalpakstan, once a flourishing fishing town is now just a corpse of its old self due to the rapid shrinking of the Aral Sea. A great lesson on economic usage can be spotted by tourists when visiting this place.

7. Fergana Valley: The crossroad between Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, the Fergana Valley is home to different religions, cultures, and nations. As travelers you can see the fine differences in the architecture too. In the Medieval times, this valley was a stop on the silk road to Andijan, Kokand, Fergana and Namangan. Fergana Valley was the birthplace of the founder of the Mughal Empire, Babur. The valley still maintains its tradition of silk production and pottery.

8. Chimgan: Located in the Bostanlyk administrative district of Uzbekistan, the Greater Chimgan rises at 3309 m above sea level and stands at the height of 2097 m. It is the best destination for ecotourism as there are recreation areas in the Chimgan valley for tourists. In the winter holiday Uzbekistan package, it is best to visit Demirsoy, Beldersay and Chimgan as there are ski resorts equipped with rope-tow paths and cable-chart.

What are the best things to do in Uzbekistan?

1. Ride in one of the most beautiful underground metro: With a guided Uzbekistan Tour Packages set out to explore the Uzbekistan Tashkent Metro railway system. It is one of the only two metro systems operating in Central Asia. Opened in 1977, it was the first underground railway transport system in Central Asia with a marvellous artistic design. The metro rails run 36,2 kilometres long and have 29 stations.

Time: 5 am – 1 2am
Price: 1 Ticket (token) - 10.89 Indian Rupee

2. Stroll through the Chorsu Bazaar: A central market for the city of Tashkent, Chorsu Bazaar is a must-try shopping destination to buy souvenirs, bargain your best deals on dates and dry fruits and soak in the hustle-bustle of Uzbekistan everyday life. The architectural wonder continues even in these two storied shopping areas. The central dome is the most recognizable symbol, and the outside is decorated with blue tiles traditional to Uzbekistan style. 

Time: 5 am – 8:15 pm
Location: Navoi St. 48 Shayhan Taurski District, Tashkent Uzbekistan

3. Learn about the history of handicrafts in Uzbekistan State Museum of Applied Art: Founded in 1937, the State Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan is a decorative art museum with over 4,000 including ceramics, gold weaving, wood carving, embossing, embroidery and jewellery. It's one among those museums where the building is an art form on its own.

Time: 9 am – 6 pm
Location: 15 Rakaposhi Street, Tashkent 100031, Uzbekistan

4. Embark upon the splendid site of a medieval street of Shah-i-Zinda: An avenue of mausoleums, these tombs have one of the most vibrant Timurid-era tilework that dates back to the 14th and 15th centuries. The Necropolis complex consists of eleven mausoleums and built-in rows of sparkling blue coloured tiles. Connecting to this splendid medieval street avenue is a legend that Qusam ibn-Abbas, a cousin of Prophet Mohammed, is buried in the holiest innermost shrine and, the name Shah-i-Zinda meaning Living King, finds its origin.

Time: 9 am – 7 pm
Location: M-37, Samarkand, Uzbekistan

5. Be awestruck by this majestic building, Great Minaret of the Kalon: A masterpiece of 47m tall with 10m-deep foundations, the Great Minaret of the Kalon has stood for almost nine centuries. The use of glazed blue tiles was done for the first time on the Kalon’s 14 ornamental bands. It marks the centre of gravity for Bukhara. There is an inscription on three bands with the date of construction - 1127, names of architect - Usto (master) Bako and ruler - Arslan Khan.

Time: Open 24 hours
Location: 9 Khakikat St, Bukhara, Uzbekistan

6. Get inspired by this ancient city centre, Registan: In the medieval era of Samarkand, Registan was the heart of the city. The public square is framed by three Islamic schools (Madrasahs) called Ulugh Beg Madrasah, Sher-Dor Madrasah and Tilya-Kori Madrasah.

Time: April to October from 8 am - 7 pm
          November to March from 9 am – 5 pm
Location: Registan St, Samarkand, Uzbekistan

7. Try the healing of the land in Khodja Ikon salt cave: Opened in 1989, Khodjaikon salt cave provided services equivalent to sanatorium-resort treatment. But it is best known for its healing treatment called speleotherapy inside the salt cave. For patients with chronic bronchitis, asthma, skin diseases and respiratory diseases, it provides 3 treatment rooms that differ in humidity, temperature, pressure and trace elements. The cave length is 155 m and is located at an altitude of 1200 m. The strength of this cave lies in its dry climate.

How is the nightlife in Uzbekistan?

1. York Pub: The Pub is known for its great dance performances by professional dancers. This Live show entertainment can be found in the city of Tashkent.

2. Alisher Navoï Opera: One of the most elegant places, the Alisher Navoï Opera is a national theater in the capital city of Uzbekistan. It has musical performances both from European and Uzbekistan origins.

3. Tea & Coffee Khona: This is a quintessential Uzbek café which means tea and coffee in the corner. This beautiful café in Bukhara has some great Islamic decorative writing on wooden beams and is located inside a former mosque, a must visit for foreigners.

4. Blues café: As Samarkand attracts a mixture of tourists and locals, this blues bar and café is the perfect place to enjoy jazz live bands. This café nestled in the old town Russia has some spectacular spread of menu.

5. Cafe Dudek: You could sample the local food in style by opting to dine at the Cafe Dudek terrace restaurant in Tashkent. This microbrewery also serves their own sausages, that is sumptuous at its best.

What is Uzbekistan famous for?

One of the only two double-landlocked countries, Uzbekistan is famous for its glorious Architectural wonders. Paving the way to Islamic architecture, Uzbekistan architecture is characterized by Colorful mosaics, religious symbols, and abstract geometrical patterns.

Its design also influences handicrafts such as Metal art, miniature paintings, puppet, Samarkand paper, Uzbek Textiles called Ikat fabrics, ceramics and wood carvings. Ceramics and Ikat fabrics would make excellent souvenirs!

What is the best time to visit Uzbekistan?

Spring (from April to May) and Autumn (from September to November) are the best time to visit Uzbekistan. As the summer temperature can rise more than 30 degrees Celsius, thus walking around the city can become tiresome.

How to reach Uzbekistan?

- By Railways: Tashkent is a prime junction for Central Asian railways. Uzbekistan's capital city has railway connections with different parts of Asia, including Dushanbe in Tajikistan, Moscow, Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan, Almaty in Kazakhstan, etc.

- By Airways: The air way is the easiest way to reach Uzbekistan. There are international airports in Tashkent and Samarkand. Majority of the flights to Uzbekistan are operated by Turkish and Aeroflot Airlines. There are flights from Delhi to Tashkent, which houses the main international airport. Browse through travel plans of the Uzbekistan package to find discounted Airfares.

Is Uzbekistan safe for tourists?

Uzbekistan is a safe country to visit. The Uzbeks believe in warm hospitality. As sites for world heritage, they do attract lots of travellers and are good with handling foreigners. As the cities are small, they have a relaxed atmosphere.

But like any tourist place, one should be aware of hagglers. To make it a joyful stay, select a travel itinerary from the wide range of Uzbekistan tour packages and take a worry-free, safe journey.

Is Uzbekistan expensive?

Uzbekistan is affordable, all though they aren't as cheap as other Central Asian countries. A 10 days trip for a single person would cost around 30,000 rupees.

What is the famous food to try in Uzbekistan?

Plov is a famous food in Uzbekistan. Made of lamb or beef, and is the main dish of Uzbekistan. Integrated as an important part of Uzbekistan culture, it is featured as Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.

Meat-heavy, stews and shashlik (shish kebabs) are the main dishes in Uzbekistan. Obi, a non-flatbread, is one of the staples of Uzbekistan cuisine.

Do we need a visa for Uzbekistan?

Yes, a visa is required by all Indian passport holders who wish to visit Uzbekistan. The visa given is on arrival to Uzbekistan. To procure a visa, you first need to go to the Indian office of Uzbekistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and complete the requirements to get an authorization stamp on the visa.

Which are the best heritage sites to visit in Uzbekistan?

1. Sultan Saodat Complex: The tombs of the Termez seeds, a resting place of the Termez Seyid dynasty's royals, Sultan Saodat, has a long courtyard with four walls and a dome.
Location: Termez, Uzbekistan

2. Kokildor-Ota Khanaka: A Holy monastery, Khanaka-ota Kokildor, was built in the middle of the XI century. It is described as a halaqah mausoleum of the XVI due to its unusual planning and architecture.
Location: Termez, Uzbekistan

3. Suzuki-ota complex: Dedicated to Suzuk-ota, the noble mentor of all artisans, the Suzuk-ota complex was built in 1392 during the reign of Amir Temur and consisted of a mosque and a mausoleum. A major reconstruction of this religious building took place in 2019.
Location: Suzuki Ata St, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

4. Ark of Bukhara: Dotted throughout Uzbekistan are exceptional heritage sites in glittering mosaic designs. The country within its right feels like a scene from the book of Arabian Nights. Capturing the history of Uzbekistan is this ancient town that is covered within the Uzbekistan tour package. This historic complex was once the residential area of Bukhara Khans. In the present day it houses a museum to narrate the history to the tourists.
Location: Bukhara, Uzbekistan

5. Samanid Mausoleum: This multilayered design wonder is the resting place of Isma'il Samani from the royal family of Samanid dynasty. The mausoleum is ornately designed with geometric patterns and elements from the traditional Sasanian and Sogdian period.
Location: Salmonids Recreation Park, Bukhara, Uzbekistan

What are the best adventurous things to do in Uzbekistan?

1. Motorcycle racing: Uzbekistan tour package also covers adventure seekers' activities with plans that include Amirsoy, Beldersay, and Chimgan area. Uzbekistan's diverse landscape provides you with an opportunity to try some extreme sports like motorcycle racing, mountain biking, rock climbing, and canyoning.

2. Paragliding: Charvak reservoir is a popular spot for paragliding. Located 60 km from Tashkent, Charvak reservoir Paragliding is best experienced during summer.

3. Skiing: This winter sport is best known in the four well-equipped mountain resorts: Yangiabad, Chimgan, Amirsoy, and Beldersay. The end of December to the middle of March is the best ski season.

4. Mountaineering: The main routes of Mountaineering lie in the regions of the Chatkal range, the Western Tien Shan: the Maydantal range, and the Pskem range. These regions are designed for even rock climbing and ice climbing. For more information, you can visit the Federation of mountaineering and climbing of Uzbekistan.

5. Snowboarding: Visit the place with the winter Uzbekistan package and experience the thrills offered by snowboarding activity on the Chimgan mountain ranges.

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