Self-Driving Uzbekistan Tours

Self-Driving Uzbekistan Tours

Imagine exploring Uzbekistan on your own terms. With our self-driving tours, you can! Say goodbye to waiting on group members and relish in the freedom to move at your own rhythm. Traverse through ancient landmarks, vibrant bazaars brimming with fresh produce and aromatic flatbreads. Discover the spiritual depth of places like Tashkent, Samarkand, and Bukhara.

To ensure a smooth journey, a personal manager will always be a call away, assisting you with car rentals, insurance, hotel bookings, and organizing guided tours with local experts.
Find the self-driving Uzbekistan tour that vibes with your schedule and interests.

Top 4 cities in Uzbekistan with UNESCO sites and Silk Road history:

Registan Square, Samarkand
Samarkand's Registan Square is an age-old marvel, boasting 2750 years of history. Dominated by three impressive madrasas, this architectural masterpiece from the 15th to 17th centuries stands tall on the UNESCO heritage list, along with other gems in Samarkand.
Chor-Minor, Bukhara
Bukhara's Old City is akin to wandering in a living museum. The streets echo with tales from the past, with numerous architectural wonders standing testimony to its rich history. UNESCO has recognized the entire old city for its significance.
Itchan-Kala, Khiva
Khiva's Itchan-Kala feels like stepping onto a medieval movie set, but it's all authentically historic. Enclosed by fort walls, this 'city within a city' houses Khiva's treasured monuments.
Ak-Saray palace, Shakhrisabz
The Historic Center of Shakhrisabz will leave you in awe, especially with the grandeur of Tamerlane's Ak-Saray palace. The blend of architectural designs, curated over eras, coexists harmoniously in this town.

Self-Driving Uzbekistan Tours by OREXCA

Self-Driving Uzbekistan Tour Self-Driving Uzbekistan Tour
8 Days | All year round | Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Gijduvan, Nuratau Mountains, Aydarkul Lake
Dive deep into the heart of Central Asia with our comprehensive 8-day Self-Driving Uzbekistan tour. Tailored for those who crave freedom and flexibility, this tour allows you to traverse ancient cities at your own pace, free from the constraints of a group. Experience the vibrant life of Tashkent, the timeless elegance of Samarkand, the historic charm of Bukhara, and the natural beauty of Aydarkul Lake, all on your terms. Discover Navoi, Gijduvan, and Nurata as explorers of old once did, fully immersing yourself in the Uzbek adventure.

Are you interested in a personalized journey through Uzbekistan? Explore the rich tapestry of Uzbekistan's culture and history with our exclusive self-driving tours. These tailored experiences offer an immersive exploration of the country's diverse regions and traditions, going beyond the typical group itinerary to include visits to architectural marvels and the workshops of master craftsmen.
Our Self-Driving Tours of Uzbekistan promise unforgettable experiences and lasting memories. Take home not only vibrant souvenirs and stunning photographs but also a profound appreciation for the unique culture and history of Uzbekistan. For pricing details, please don't hesitate to get in touch with OREXCA.

How do I arrange a self-driving tour to Uzbekistan?

The fastest and easiest way to arrange your self-driving tour to Uzbekistan, by booking a tour with OREXCA. Going for a vacation to Uzbekistan means an opportunity to discover incredible UNESCO sights and come closer to the Silk Road history. Your adventure begins with a simple process: hand-picking your preferred vehicle, completing the necessary paperwork, settling the payment, and then setting off on your voyage. Roaming through an unfamiliar city with seamless ease is an ongoing pleasure. Book a vacation package with OREXCA to spend less time planning and more time enjoying.

What's included in a self-driving package to Uzbekistan?

When you choose our self-driving tour package to Uzbekistan, you can expect a wide array of inclusions designed to enhance your travel experience. These offerings consist of airport transfers for your convenience, guided sightseeing excursions led by knowledgeable local guides, a car rental option complete with insurance coverage for peace of mind, and the valuable assistance of a personal travel consultant who will cater to your specific needs throughout your journey.

Is Uzbekistan safe for tourists and solo travelers?

Rest assured, Uzbekistan is generally considered a safe and stable country for tourists, and traveling alone is indeed a viable option. Violent crimes are rare, and the nation has maintained political stability for an extended period.
However, as with any travel destination, there are some common nuisances to be aware of. You may encounter persistent merchants and taxi drivers who might attempt to overcharge you for their products and services. To ensure a smooth and enjoyable journey during your self-driving tour, we recommend taking a few precautions: Secure Your Valuables: Safeguard your passport and valuable items by keeping them in a secure location, such as a hotel safe or a hidden pouch. Be Vigilant for Pickpockets: Exercise caution, especially in crowded areas like bustling bazaars and public transportation hubs. Stay alert to your surroundings and be mindful of your belongings.
Despite these minor inconveniences, it's essential to note that most Uzbeks are known for their warm hospitality and a willingness to assist travelers in any way they can. Your self-driving tour in Uzbekistan promises to be a rewarding experience filled with cultural exploration and memorable encounters with friendly locals.

Is there mobile internet and access to Wi-Fi?

Don't hesitate to request your guide's assistance in acquiring a local SIM card, granting you access to mobile internet services from anywhere within the country (around 10-15 USD). Additionally, you'll typically find Wi-Fi access at most hotels, and local cafes also offer Wi-Fi connectivity for your convenience. Make the most of these connectivity options to enhance your travel experience and stay connected during your self-drive exploration of Uzbekistan.