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Accommodation & Hotels in Uzbekistan

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Hotels

There are many hotels across the nation. There are different kinds of hotels in Tashkent where you may stay, and it can cost you US$60 or more depending on how much you’re prepared to spend for your enjoyment at a hotel.

Yurt stays

  • Nurata Yurt Camp, near Aydakul Lake, approximately 500 km (7 hours drive) from Tashkent, 250 km (3 hours drive) from Samarkand and Buchara, US$ 60 per person with full board and camel ride. The Yurts can sleep 8 to 10 people.
  • Ayaz Kala Yurt Camp, about 100 kilometers from Khiva, 70 kilometers from Urgench, 450 kilometers from Buchara, and 150 kilometers from Nukus. Phone 2210770, 2210707, 3505909, fax 53243-61. A pontoon bridge over the Amu Darya River connects Khiva with Urgench. The yurts are located on a 30-meter-high hill near the ancient site of Ayaz Kala. Ayaz Kala’s historic fortifications are close. US$ 60 per person, which includes three meals. The yurts can sleep 20 to 25 people.
  • Aydar Yurt Camp is located in the Navoi area of the Kyzyl Kum desert, 10 kilometers from Lake Aydar Kul. Camel safaris are popular in Aydar Yurt Camp.

How To Travel To Uzbekistan

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How To Travel Around Uzbekistan

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Destinations in Uzbekistan

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Things To See in Uzbekistan

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Food & Drinks in Uzbekistan

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Money & Shopping in Uzbekistan

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Festivals & Holidays in Uzbekistan

New Year's Day, January 1st (Yangi Yi Bayrami) International Women's Day is observed on March 8th (Xalqaro Xotin-Qizlar Kuni) Navroz (Persian New Year) (Navro'z Bayrami) is celebrated on March 21. May 9 is Remembrance Day, Peace Day, or Liberation Day (Xotira va Qadirlash Kuni), commemorating the participation of Uzbek troops in the...

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History Of Uzbekistan

The earliest people known to have inhabited Central Asia were Iranian nomads who arrived in the first millennium BC from the northern plains of what is now Uzbekistan; when these nomads established in the area, they constructed an extensive irrigation system along the rivers. Cities such as Bukhoro (Bukhara)...

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