Nukus Tours

Tours to Nukus - a journey you'll never forget to a city renowned worldwide for its Savitsky Museum. Esteemed by both American and English media as a must-visit destination, the museum draws visitors eager to witness its extensive collection of Russian avant-garde paintings. Additionally, it houses an impressive array of applied art, with its oldest piece dating back to the 2nd millennium BC.

Your tour will also take you to the ancient necropolis of Mizdakhan, where you'll discover the legendary resting place of the first man to walk the Earth. Here, you can also gaze upon the intriguing apocalypse clock, believed to predict the end of the world. Nukus tours offer not just historical and cultural insights but also a unique chance to engage with the local community, enriching your travel experience.

Nukus City Tour and Savitsky Museum Nukus City Tour and Savitsky Museum
from US$ 70
1 Day | All year round | Mizdakhan Necropolis, Mazlumkhan Sulu Mausoleum, Savitsky Karakalpakstan Art Museum etc.
A Nukus City Tour will acquaint you with the capital of Karakalpakstan, a semi-autonomous region in northern Uzbekistan and one of the most ancient centers of civilization in the country. You’ll also tour the Savitsky Museum (Nukus Museum of Art), renowned for its unique collection of Igor Savitsky’s works and traditional Karakalpak art.
Discover Muynak and Yurt Camp Tour Discover Muynak and Yurt Camp Tour
2 Days | April-October | Nukus, Muynak, Mizdakhan, Gyaur Kala
Discover Muynak and Yurt Camp tour is an excellent opportunity to uncover the secrets of the Aral Sea area.
Two-day Aral Sea Tour Two-day Aral Sea Tour
from US$ 299
2 Days | Spring, summer, autumn | Muynak, Ustyurt Plateau, Aral Sea, Kurgancha Kala, Sudochie lake, Kungrad, Mizdakhan, Gyaur-Kala

The unfortunate history of the Aral Sea becomes reality in Karakalpakstan, an autonomous republic in western Uzbekistan that’s home to a plethora of monuments, diverse desert landscapes and the rich cultural heritage of the Karakalpak people. The Aral Sea Tour packs a combination of historical, architectural, natural and cultural stops and is designed for adventurers, historical enthusiasts and fans of exotic photography.

Pristine Aral Sea and Karakalpak Nature Tour Pristine Aral Sea and Karakalpak Nature Tour
3 Days | Spring, summer, autumn | Barsa Kelmes, Sudochie Lake, Aral Sea, Ustyurt Plateau, Muynak, Mizdakhhan, Gyaur Kala
Pristine Aral Sea and Karakalpak Nature Tour is a wonderful opportunity to combine sightseeing, history, and delicious cuisine.
Extended Uzbekistan Group Tour 2024-2025 Extended Uzbekistan Group Tour 2024-2025
US$ 1,690
12 Days | August | Tashkent, Nukus, Khorezm, Khiva, Bukhara, Nurata, Samarkand
Join like-minded travellers on this small group tour of Uzbekistan’s historical, cultural, and scenic highlights! Explore the fabled Silk Road cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, and Tashkent, as well as some of Uzbekistan’s more ‘off-the-beaten-track’ destinations.
Uzbek Art and Culture Tour Uzbek Art and Culture Tour
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.
Treasures of Uzbekistan In-Depth Tour Treasures of Uzbekistan In-Depth Tour
14 Days | April-October | Tashkent, Nukus, Khiva, Bukhara, Samarkand, Shakhrisabz, Termez
On the Treasures of Uzbekistan In-Depth Tour you’ll retrace the footsteps of explorers of old as you discover this glorious land for yourself. Leave no stone unturned on this 2-week expedition that carries you from metropolitan Tashkent to the barren desert of Nukus, from the grand vestiges of legendary Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand to mysterious remains at Termez and Shakhrisabz, with cultural and historical treasures awaiting you around every corner.