Uzbekistan is situated in the central part of Central Asia. It borders on Kazakhstan in the North, Turkmenistan in the southwest. Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan in the East, Afghanistan in the South. Due to its location on the Silk Road, Uzbekistan has an extraordinary culture and offers architectural and cultural wonders to travelers. People in Uzbekistan are friendly and good-tempered. Uzbekistan is a multinational Republic. Traditional dances are popular in Uzbekistan. Music and art play an important role in cultural life of Uzbekistan. National and international festivals are regularly held around the country. Historical places, culture, national cuisine and opportunities for the active rest will interest even the most experienced travelers. Whether you are traveling on route through Uzbekistan or stay for a few weeks, you will find much interesting and exciting to see in Uzbekistan. Besides, in the eastern part of the country and in neighboring Tajikistan, the Pamir Mountains provide trekkers with high-altitude routes at the foot of peaks, which are more than 5,000 meters.
Zamin Travel offers you a wide range of tours and packages to organize your trip to Uzbekistan and the neighboring countries, whether you are a travel agency or an individual group. Our aim is to serve our clients professionally. We are greatly pleased to help you to learn about our culture, history and geography. We will also make every effort to make your staying unforgettable. So, do not hesitate to contact us.
Our team who aim to make your journey meaningful and memorable consists of travel consultants, tour guides, mountain guides, drivers,
— The qualified travel consultants, who would like to advise you on your tours in Uzbekistan and Central Asia with great experience.
— Our local guides with different foreign languages (English, German, French, Italian, Spanish …) have been trained to perform cultural visits in the cities and mountain hikes.
— A local Tajiki mountain guide, a Tajik interpreter, a cook carries out trekking in Tajikistan.
— A professional driver drives you by coach or private vehicle during the journey through the country.
Whenever it is possible, we prefer the nights in guesthouses, charming traditional hotels with private bathroom (shower and hot water) and nights in a local houses. The latter, where the staff is very friendly, helpful, and service is very good. Guesthouse: large and cozy house, with several air-conditioned rooms. In the shady courtyard, sheltered from the strong summer heat, you find the tapchan, a sort of platform on which are put cushions and carpets.
— Where it is possible, we also sleep in traditional felt yurts.
— Homestay: Uzbek traditional houses have several rooms reserved to receive families and friends during the holidays: wedding, circumcision. Every home has a host present and they do more than just hand over keys. They’re real people bringing real homestay experiences to life. … It is here that we will visit (on thick mats, 4 to 8 people per room) to spend the night. Showers in a separate room from the house.
In guesthouses: the owners prepare meals.
– In the villages crossed during the transfers: meals in the restaurant.
– During the treks and in the mountains: a cook and his aids, based on local products, prepare the meals. A complement of energy foods (dried fruits, biscuits …) is provided.
Drink: mineral water can be bought in towns and villages. The source water is to be treated with purifying pellets. Tea is served during meals. The food is good, varied and plentiful. Meals consist of fresh vegetables (cucumbers, tomatoes, etc.), meats (beef, sheep, chicken, grilled meat, etc.) and dairy products.
Each participant moves with a light backpack, carrying only his or her personal belongings needed for the day (gourd, camera, protective clothing, etc.). Vehicles or animals up to the stage transport the rest of the equipment.