Private Tashkent Tours

Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan and has approximately 3 million inhabitants. The city is located in the north eastern part of the republic, in the valley where the river Chirchik is located. In the North of Tashkent the snow-covered tops of Big and Small Chimgan mountain  can be seen. Tashkent is the fourth largest in the Commonwealth of Independent States after Moscow, St Petersburg and Kiev.

Private Samarkand Tours

Samarkand, one of the most ancient cities of the world, a contemporary of the Rome, Athens and Babylon, has a 2750-year-old history. “The Mirror of the World”, “The Garden of the Soul”, “The Jewel of Islam”, “The Precious Pearl of the Moslem World” are some the names given to this unique city. In ancient Greece, this city was known as Marakanda.

Private Bukhara Tours

Bukhara, one of the most ancient cities of Central Asia, has a 2500-year-old history. Bumichkat “New Castle”, Al Madina as-sufriyya “Copper City”, Madinat at-tujjor “City of Traders”, Foxira “Honorable City” are some the names given to this unique city.

Private Khiva Tours

Khiva, one of the most ancient cities of Central Asia, has a 2500-year-old history. Khizauv “Fort”, Kheykanik (the name of canal which run in the area), Kheykanik, Kheyvak and Khiva are some the names given to this unique city.

Private Nukus and Muynak Tours

Nukus is the center of Karakalpakstan an autonomous republic, which is located in the north-western part of Uzbekistan. Start to drive to Muynak 210 km (takes more than 2 hours and 30 minutes). Muynak (“Mo’ynoq” in Uzbek, used to be harbor town. In just 60 years it has gone from being a wealthy fishing port to a small town where skeleton ships lie broken in the desert). After sightseeing in Muynak transfer back to Nukus.

Private Fergana Valley Tours

The Fergana Valley is a depression between the Tian Shan Mountain in the north and the Gissar-Alai range in the south. Some 300 km long, up to 60-120 wide (the widest point is 170 km), forming an area covering 22,000 square kilometers. The western part of the valley is 330 meters above the sea level and the eastern part 1000 meters. The Fergana Valley is naturally irrigated by two tributaries of the Syr Darya river and the most fertile part of Uzbekistan and hence the country’s agricultural heartland. Agricultural wealth historically gave rise to Silk Road trading towns, fortresses and the most importantly the XIX century Khanate of Kokand.

Your Samaria Travel team in Central Asia.