Jeep Tours on the roads of ancient caravans
Our professionally-driven jeep tours offer a fun and interesting way to see Uzbekistan and learn about the region. In hot summer noon or cold winter weather, in fertile Uzbek spring and autumn you can feel all the beauty of hard-to-reach places of Uzbekistan. Fascinating deserts, ruins of ancient cities, picturesque rocks, mountain rivers, legendary cities found on the way plunge the traveler from one atmosphere to another.
During you jeep tour you will see the vast and beautiful spaces of our country, experience adventure on the paved routes which are often unexpectedly cut off by a real off-road, enjoy unique cultural and natural attractions.
We offer a variety of high quality, scenic and informative jeep tours you can choose from. However, it must be understood that the choice of a tour must be made on the basis of your own experience in driving a vehicle. You can practice driving off-road or just have a good time on a trip to attractions that are not available for regular cars.
You can book a jeep tour as an extension or upgrade to your journey or make a special jeep itinerary for several days. The duration of the tours ranges from one day to 2 weeks, with the route running on pre-prepared trails with a medium or light level of difficulty.
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Itinerary: Tashkent – Nukus – Aral Sea – Nukus – Khiva – Tashkent
Length: 6 days/ 5 nights
Best season: end of March to November
Notice: this is an adventure tour with high difficulty level, characterized by overcoming long distances by car on off-road. Daily routes with an average length of 200-450 km. Distance to both ends 800-850 km. Nights in tents and sleeping bags in the desert. Dinner by the fire.
Day 1: Tashkent
Arrival at Tashkent International Airport, transfer to hotel. Hotel accommodation after 14:00 or early check in. Day tour of the city.
Day 2: Tashkent – Nukus
Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the local airport. Departure by morning flight to Nukus. Arrival at Nukus airport, transfer to hotel. Hotel accommodation after 14:00. Visit to the state museum named after I.V. Savitsky. Sightseeing of Mizdahan complex. You will learn the most interesting things about monuments and history of the region. Dinner. Night in Nukus.
Day 3: Nukus – Ustyurt Plateau – abandoned fishing village Urga – Lake Sudochye – Aral Sea (450 km)
Leaving the hotel early in the morning. You will be told a story about the times of tsar Russia exiles and deported peoples during the Stalin’s period. On arrival to the Aral Sea, a walk along the coast, dinner by the fire, a night in tents and sleeping bags.
Day 4: Aral Sea – Ustyurt – Muynak – Nukus Plateau (450 km)
In the morning after breakfast drive on the plateau of Ustyurt to the most picturesque canyons and chinkas of Ustyurt, and through the dried bottom of the Aral Sea to the fishing villages of Uchsai and Muynak. In Muinak a tour of the cemetery of ships, estuary of the famous river Amudarya, a visit to the museum of the Aral Sea with its most interesting paintings. Departure to Nukus. Arrival in hotel. Dinner. Night in Nukus.
Day 5: Nukus – Toprak-Kala – Ayaz-Kala (200 km)
Departure to Ayaz-Kala, on the way visit archaeological monuments of the III century Chilpik (Zoroastrian dahma) and fortress Toprak kala (residence of the dynasty of Khorezm khans). Arrival at Ayaz Kala archaeological complex. Dinner and overnight at Ayaz Kala yurt camp.
Day 6: Ayaz-Kala – Khiva (130 km)
In the morning drive to explore Big Guldursun fortress, then a trip to the city of Khiva. In Khiva visits to museums, mosques and madrasahs. Drive to Urgench city – administrative center of Khorezm region. Transfer to the airport. Departure by an evening flight to Tashkent. Arrival at Tashkent Airport. Transfer to the hotel or airport for international flight home.
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What to take with you?
Itinerary: Tashkent – Jizzak – Sentob – Aydarkul – Nurata – Sarmish – Ravat – Urtakurgon – Gijduvan – Bukhara- Shahrisabz – Samarkand – Zaamin – Tashkent
Duration: 10 days/8 nights
Best time to come: end of March to November
This is an adventure tour with average daily distances of 120-430 km. Distance to both ends – 1300 km. Night in yurt, in the desert. Dinner by the fire.
Day 1: Tashkent
Arrival in Tashkent. Meeting at Tashkent airport, transfer to hotel (accommodation after 14:00 or early check in). Free time. Night at the hotel.
Day 2: Tashkent – Jizzak – Sentob (330 km, 4 h 30 min)
Travel from Tashkent to Jizzak region of Uzbekistan. Continue to Sentob village located between Nuratau Mountains and Kyzylkum desert. Overnight at the guesthouse.
Day 3: Sentob – Aydarkul (120 km, 1 h 30 min)
Today you will continue to explore Nurata district of Navoi region of Uzbekistan. Trip to Aydarkul Lake. Overnight in a yurt.
Day 4: Aydarkul – Nurata – Sarmish – Ravat – Urtakurgon – Gijduvan – Bukhara (300 km 5 h on the way)
Trip to the capital of Navoi region – Nurata city. Visit Sarmish, Ravat, Urtakurgon. In Gijduvan visit famous ceramic workshop. Continue to Bukhara.Overnight at the hotel.
Day 5: Bukhara
Explore the city full of wonders with your guide. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 6: Bukhara
Continue excursion in Bukhara. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 7: Bukhara – Shahrisabz – Samarkand (360 km 6 h)
In the morning drive to Shahrisabz. Visit the ruins of Ak Sarai (White Palace) build by the order of Amir Timur. Other architectural monuments of the city. Continue to Samarkand driving past picturesque landscapes. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 8: Samarkand
Welcome to a legendary city of Samarkand! Excursion in the city. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 9: Samarkand – Zamin (200 km 3 hours)
Travel to Zaamin National Park. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 10: Zaamin – Tashkent (240 km 4 hours)
After exploring Zaamin drive to Tashkent. Overnight at the hotel.
Itinerary: Tashkent – Jizzak – Sentob – Aydarkul – Uchkuduk – Muynak – Ayaz-Kala – Khiva- Bukhara – Shahrisabz – Samarkand – Zaamin – Tashkent
Duration: 15 days/13 nights
Best time to come: end of March to November
Average daily distances – 120-460 km. Distance to both ends – 3100 km. The tour includes overnight in yurt in the desert opposite centuries-old fortress. Visit to a cemetery of the ships. Igor Savitsky Museum in Nukus. Visiting the cities of the Great Silk Road. Zaamin National park. Kyzylkum Desert. Uchkuduk – once a “closed secret city” which produced uranium and gold. Dinner by the fire at a yurt camp.
Day 1: Tashkent
Day 2: Tashkent – Jizzak – Sentob (330 km 4 h 30 min en route)
Day 3: Sentob – Aydarkul (120 km 1 hour 3 min en route)
Night in a yurt.
Day 4: Aydarkul – Ayakkuduk – Tamda – Uchkuduk (370 km 4 hours 3 min en route)
Overnight at hotel.
Day 5: Uchkuduk – Nukus (385 km 5 hours en route)
Day 6: Nukus – Muynak (200 km 3 hours en route)
Day 7: Muynak – Ayaz-Kala (370 km 5 h 30 min en route)
Day 8: Ayazkala – Khiva (110 km 1 hour 40 min en route)
Day 9: Khiva
Day 10: Khiva – Bukhara (460 km 7 hours en route)
Day 11: Bukhara
Day 12: Bukhara – Shahrisabz – Samarkand (360 km 6 h en route)
Day 13: Samarkand
Day 14: Samarkand – Zaamin (200 km 3 hours en route)
Day 15: Zaamin – Tashkent (240 km 4 hours en route)
Itinerary: Tashkent – Jizzak – Pop – Chust – Turakurgan – Namangan – Chartak – Margilan – Rishtan – Fergana – Kokand – Tashkent
Duration: 4 days/3 nights
Best time to come: from the end of March to November
This tour is dedicated to exploring Fergana valley. It includes panoramic mountain vistas of Kamchik Pass, a visit to Chust city where famous Chust knives are made. Visit to Fergana, known by the name of Skobelev during the Russian Empire. Margilan – famous for its shops for the production of bright Uzbek silk fabrics. Rishtan is a city of ceramists, pottery that differs from other regions of Uzbekistan. Kokand city – the former capital of Kokand khanate with the majestic palace of Hudayar Khan. Daily distances of 250-340 km. Distance to both ends -710 km. Accomodation at hotels.
Day 1: Tashkent
Day 2: Tashkent – Pop – Lake Rezaksoy – Chust (330 km)
Day 3: Chust – Turakurgan – Tepakurgan – Namangan – Chartak – Uychi – Sariksuv – Margilan – Fergana (250 km)
Day 4: Fergana – Kokand – Tashkent (340 km)
The exact price of the tour will be provided after a specific customer request based on the number of participants in the group.
Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to book the tour:
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HAVE A WONDERFUL TRIP!
In this fascinating trip to three Central Asian countries, you will visit the legendary cities of Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
Uzbekistan's natural wealth and favorable climate create excellent opportunities for the development of various types of tourism such as tracking, cycling, horseback riding, mountain tourism and much more. 60 km northeast of Tashkent, there is Bostanlyk region, which is the subtropical zone of Tien Shan.
Magnificent cities of Uzbekistan - Samarkand and Bukhara. Unforgettable oriental atmosphere, historical monuments of ancient cities of the world.
Admire ancient cities of Tashkent, following the route of the Great Silk road caravans.
Enjoy some of the oldest towns of the world with ancient citadels in Uzbekistan and Turkmentistan.
Best season: from May to October.
This tour is for brave and determined people .
The most famous cities of Central Asia.