Uzbekistan Religious Tours

The territory of Uzbekistan has always attracted religious teachers and pilgrims from afar. Bukhara, birthplace of Imam al-Bukhari, has long been regarded as an Islamic center of learning, while the skyline of Samarkand is defined by mosques and madrasahs renowned for their historical significance, stunning designs and dissemination of Islamic thought. With diverse Sunni and Sufi influences dating back centuries, the land is brimming with sites esteemed by Muslims in Central Asia and beyond.

On Uzbekistan Religious Tours, set eyes on the oldest known original Usman Quran in the world and and pay homage at the mausoleums of esteemed sheikhs, sufis and scholars. Tour the Registan, the most famous compilation of mosques and madrasahs in all Central Asia, and visit medieval religious shools which remain active to this day. Along the way, soak in the delicate art and azure architecture for which Uzbekistan is known.

Uzbekistan Religious Tours include trips to Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara and the surrounding regions.


Uzbekistan Muslim-Friendly Tour
5 Days | All year round | Tashkent, Samarkand
On the Uzbekistan Muslim-Friendly Tour you’ll pilgrimage to Tashkent and Samarkand’s most revered religious sites to uncover Islamic art and vibrant mosaics, visit medieval mosques and madrasahs, taste local halal food and pay your respects at the mausoleums of famed Islamic clerics.

Naqshbandi Golden Chain Tour in Bukhara Naqshbandi Golden Chain Tour in Bukhara
2 Days | All year round | Bukhara
Travel on the Naqshbandi Golden Chain Tour to some of Central Asia’s holiest sites. Your guided 2-day tour will take place around Bukhara, revered as a center of Islamic learning and as the birthplace of the Naqshbandi Sufi Order, and includes a pilgrimage to eight successive tombs and Chor-Bakr Necropolis.

Ziyarat Uzbekistan Tour Ziyarat Uzbekistan Tour
6 Days | All year round | Samarkand, Bukhara, Tashkent
Ziyarat Uzbekistan Tour is a 6-day pilgrimage to the most revered sites in Samarkand, Bukhara and Tashkent, including Imam al-Bukhari Complex, Gur Emir, the seven tombs of the Naqshbandi Sufi Golden Chain and Khazret-Imam Complex, home to the world’s oldest existing Usman Quran.