Welcome to Uzbekistan — an oasis of peace, a land where ancient history and liberal culture converge. The leading cities of the famous Silk Road — Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva are located in Uzbekistan. 

On the Great Silk Road travels with the personal approach for small groups or individuals

Classic tours, Desert & Mountain trekking, Bicycle tour, Flower watching, Culinary Gastronomic, Wildlife, Bird watching, Agro tourism, Aral Sea, Uzbek village tours. 



Kamol Aliev - Marakanda Travel

Welcome to the Website of Marakanda Travel!

I am pleased to present the website of our agency.

Our mission is to take the time to listen to you then invent and build your dream trip, which will be in harmony with your personality, your desires, the emotion of the moment, your travel experience in general and your budget.

Our team is at your disposal to inform you and help you prepare your travels.

Travels with the personal approach for small groups or individuals!

Khuch kelibsiz!
Welcome to Uzbekistan!

Kamol Aliev, Director




Uzbekistan Touristic Brand

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Flights to Uzbekistan
There are several ways to get Uzbekistan, but the most important is by air. There are 43 cities and 23 countries we have direct flights from. There are 18 airlines operating in Uzbekistan, but the main one is Uzbekistan Airways.

Railway in Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan railways offer a comfortable, reliable and cheap way to explore the touristic highlights of the country. Alltough shared-taxis and buses often provide a more frequent means of transportation, I recommend to travel by train. Several new express trains have been introduced since 2004. And now the high-speed era is just about to begin in Uzbekistan. Uzbek Railways bought two highspeed-trains from the Spanish company "Talgo". Their top speed is 250 km/h and they will soon begin to run between Tashkent and Samarkand. The main line Tashkent - Samarkand - Bukhara is served by express train named "Sharq": The train brings you from Tashkent in 3h30min to Samarkand and makes the 600-km-journey Tashkent - Bukhara (with intermediate stop in Samarkand) in about 6,5 hours. A daily overnight train from Tashkent to Bukhara offers the possibility to travel during the night and win one day. Comfortable sleeping cars allow a good sleep.