| Before Arrival
If you haven’t decided when to travel, we recommend visiting Uzbekistan during Navruz, a bright and vibrant
holiday in March, or the Silk and Spices Festival, a colorful festival of Uzbek traditions held annually at the end of May in Bukhara.
We will gladly organize pick-up and drop-off from any arrival city/point.
| After Arrival
Citizens of 9 CIS countries can travel to Uzbekistan without visa for up to 60 days.
Recent visa reforms have granted visa free travel to 55 countries for up to 30 days.
Citizens of 76 countries can obtain e-visa.
Other countries need LOI (letter of invitation) from a licensed travel agency if they are obtaining a visa in their country of citizenship.
Click below to learn more about visa support and visa application requirements.
| Medication & Vaccination
No vaccinations are required prior to entering Uzbekistan. If you need to bring medicine, you must review the requirements and restrictions for importing pharmaceuticals for personal use, and learn the customs requirements concerning your specific medications. The link below is a list of restricted medications.
| Registration & Customs
The most important part of Uzbekistan travel guide is the Registration of Stay. You must register at your hotel or accommodation within 72 hours of arriving in Uzbekistan. Usually hotels provide registration slip at no additional cost. At international airports you can choose between green and red corridors for crossing customs control zones. You must complete a customs declaration only if you have items to declare or cash over 2000 USD (or equivalent). At land border crossing points you must fill out two copies of the declaration form.
| Accommodation & Hotels
There are over 230 hotels in Uzbekistan, and we work with only the best hotels. In most cities, we offer accommodation in cozy guest houses, yurts, or 2- or 3-star hotels, but in Tashkent there are 5-star hotels.
Click here to check the list of hotels and book your stay.