Morning drive from Tashkent to Fergana Valley. Stop at Kamchik Pass (2000 m high). Stop in Kokand city to see Khudayarkhan Palace, Friday Mosque and Norbutabiy Madrasah. Lunch in Kokand. Continue driving to Rishtan- ceramics center, then Fergana City to see central park. Overnight at hotel in Fergana City.
After breakfast drive to Margilan, visit silk making factory. Drive back to Tashkent. The end of the tour.
The Trip Cost Includes
- Hotel fee based on double room sharing, breakfast included
- Transportation used for the whole tour
- Entrance fees to museums and sightseeings
- Local tour guide (English speaking)
The Trip Cost Excludes
- Medical and Travel Insurance
- Visa fee for Uzbekistan consular services
- Your international airfare
- Hotel charges for additional services
- Early check-in and late check-out extra fees
Frequently asked Questions
Starting from 2018 Uzbekistan simplified its visa issuing process and citizens of 50 countries can apply for e-visa. Please check visa regulations for your country at www.mfa.uz/en/consular/visa/
Foreign citizens visiting Uzbekistan on temporary basis must submit documents for registration at the place of residence within 72 hours upon arrival to Uzbekistan. Registration is not necessary if you arrive to Uzbekistan during weekend or holidays or a period of your stay will not exceed three working days. During stay in a hotel your stay will be registered by hotel administration. Upon checking out you should remember of taking the registration form stamped by the hotel administration with you. If you intend to rent an apartment you should care of registration. The registration is provided by local department of internal affairs authority. If you do not stay in a specific settlement of the Republic more than three days according to your itinerary you should not submit any document for registration. However, you should remember that you should provide convincing documentary argument to passport control bodies while leaving Uzbekistan. This documentation should be presented by air- and railway tickets registered on your name and additionally attached program of your tour.
Yes, it is advised to carry your passport with you while you are in Uzbekistan, especially while you are on an independent sightseeing, during the transfers between cities and places, train and bus stations etc. If you happen to walk outside the hotel, go out on your own to the local market or explore the city on your own and especially at the night time the police have the authority to check your passport which is a regular feature and you should not be worried about it. Your passport and registration card should be with you at all times.
Credit cards (Visa and Master Card) are accepted in most of the hotels and restaurants here. However it is not a very well developed system, hence it is also advised to carry a good amount of cash with you as well, so as to avoid any troublesome situation.
You can get your money exchanged in the hotel that you are staying in. You can also exchange in banks and currency exchange centers that are closely located to tourist sites. Please also note that old or damaged currency notes are not accepted, as you would not get exchange as per the applicable rate, but at a lower one.
Internet can be accessed in almost all places. Sometimes, there might be some technical problems. Internet in Uzbekistan may not be as fast as you are used to.
Uzbekistan has low crime rate. It is one of the safest countries in the world with security and police network functioning at all times. The local police are very friendly, especially to travelers and are always happy to give directions, in case you feel you have lost your way. There are police patrol cars on roads and streets, and it is safe for even ladies to move around late in the night. However, for tourists’ extra safety we don’t advise to be out after 11 p.m.