Uzbekistan has launched the “Uzbekistan: Safe Travel Guaranteed” campaign backed with a $3000 payment if you contract COVID-19 during your stay.
The Grand M Hotel, Navoi is an unexpectedly brilliant business hotel on the Silk Road.
The Pamir Highway in Tajikstan is trending as an adventurous driving trek offering strange natural creations with a dollop of man-made handiwork.
A walled pedestrian city, Khiva with its quaint labyrinth of streets and sparkling tiles looks like it was built specifically for tourists. Yet this "museum" city has so much to offer.
Uzbekistan’s capital Tashkent has 2,000 years of history that has seen Indian spice merchants and Chinese silk-sellers pass through Tashkent’s famous bazaars. And now you can too.
What are the attractions which make Uzbekistan a must-visit destination? The author of the Bradt Guide to Uzbekistan shares her highlights.
The Hyatt Regency is the only 5 star hotel in Tashkent and is housed in a dazzling white structure is in the heart of Uzbekistan’s capital.
From February 1, 2019 a visa will no longer be required for citizens of 45 new countries planning to visit Uzbekistan as a tourist for 30 days or less.
The size of Western Europe, but with scarcely a person in sight, the extensive wildernesses and cultural sites of Kazakhstan demand thorough exploration.
Fann Mountains in northwestern Tajikistan look set to become one of the wildest and most exciting travel destinations of 2017.
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