The country is one of those places that has completely evaded bucket lists or feature high on them. Either way, it is one to sweep you off your feet. The country is often known as the cradle of culture for the entire region. It has everything that a traveller will want - architecture and ancient cities, all deeply infused with the fascinating history of the Silk Road. Cities like Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva never fail to impress visitors with their fabulous mosques, madrasas and mausoleums. The most charming stops for the senses are the Aral Sea, the fortresses of remote Karakalpakstan in Tashkent and the ecotourism opportunities of the Nuratau Mountains. Diverse tastes of travellers can be catered to un Uzbekistan, but you have to have a taste for something unique. It may not be your expected luxury and services, but the country is sure to leave you enthralled.
What to expect
Your days will be filled with history and culture, with the first day in Tashkent, where you can see the Museum of Applied Art of Tashkent, beautiful and unusual underground stations, Amir Temur Square and Independence Square, and the biggest Bazaar of Uzbekistan, Chorsu. Other cities like Bukhara and Samarkand offer the same mix, but we add to that some curated culinary experiences for an insider peak into the country. Expect brilliant places to stay that are steeped in art. This might be the highlight for many of you.
Creating a trip ‘just’ right for you
Faraway intriguing destinations are better done with like-minded travellers. Our Travelle groups are curated in a manner that both diversity and similarity in tastes are addressed for all the travellers. You’ll love exploring this with other women who share the same spirit of adventure and wonder. Get in touch to know more.