Kokand Tours

Kokand tours will guide you through this city that boasts of attractions such as Khudoyar Khan’s Palace, which resembles a fairytale Arabian castle; the tomb of Damai Shahon, where several Kokand rulers rest; Madari Khan's Mausoleum, topped with a beautiful turquoise dome; and the ascetic 18th century madrassa of Norbuta Biya.

A tour in Kokand will take you through the city’s major historical milestones, teach you about local artistic traditions at a ceramic workshop and introduce you to the picturesque landscape of the Kamchik Mountain Pass.



Two-Day Fergana Valley Tour Two-Day Fergana Valley Tour
from US$ 256
2 Days | All year round | Tashkent, Kokand, Rishtan, Fergana, Kuva, Margilan
The Fergana Valley is a picturesque and populous region in eastern Uzbekistan, with many of the inhabitants found in the cities of Kokand, Rishtan, Fergana, Kuva and Margilan. A two-day Fergana Valley Tour will take travelers through each of these cities to see the major historical attractions and artisan workshops for silk making, ceramics and carpet weaving.
Fergana Valley Budget Tour Fergana Valley Budget Tour
from US$ 260
3 Days | March-October | Kokand, Rishtan, Fergana, Margilan, Kuva, Aksikent
Fergana Valley Budget Tour is a 3-day exploration of Uzbekistan’s eastern lands. Travel gorgeous mountain passes and shop at lively Kumtepa Bazaar, learn pottery and silk embroidery techniques from the masters themselves, visit Buddhist remains in Kuva and roam the deserted ruins of once-grand Aksikent. This tour provides transportation to and from Tashkent and can easily be accommodated into other travel plans.
Uzbek Art and Culture Tour Uzbek Art and Culture Tour
from US$ 1,010
12 Days | March-October | Tashkent, Kokand, Fergana, Margilan, Rishtan, Samarkand, Shakhrisabz, Bukhara, Khiva, Nukus
Uzbekistan has long excelled in craftsmanship, thanks in part to the influence of Tamerlane, who encouraged the arts to flourish during his reign. The Uzbek Art and Culture Tour will take you through the workshops, museums and architectural wonders of Tashkent, Fergana Valley, Samarkand, Shakhrisabz, Bukhara, Khiva and Nukus, a 12-day journey filled with artistic inspiration and cultural appreciation.