Like Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan is a country that is still unknown to most Europeans and Westerners. Join us in discovering this land through our walking holidays.
Why Book a Walking Holiday to Uzbekistan?
Uzbekistan has some of the most precious and opulent buildings in the Islamic world. Visit Tashkent and explore the city before continuing to Khiva, the best preserved of the Silk Road cities.
Travelling south to Bukhara, experience how life might have been lived by the Silk Road traders. Adopt the Nomad life, sleep for two nights in a Yurt Camp in the desert and explore Alexander the Great’s castle at Nurata. Camp at Yangikazgan on the shores of Lake Aidarkul.
Then on to Samarkand, a wonderful place and home of the impressive Registan Square (described by Curzon in 1899 as “the noblest public square in the world”). Finally we return to Tashkent where we will enjoy some free time before our return flight home. Stopping in Astana overnight enroute.
Book Your Walking Holiday to Uzbekistan Today!
If you would like to find out more about booking a walking holiday in Uzbekistan, please contact the team or request a brochure.