Zulya Rajabova has the heart and soul of an artist. Her passion is to create fabulous, awe-inspiring memories for each of her clients on their journeys. Zulya founded Silk Road Treasure Tours to invite travelers to discover her special part of the world, Central Asia. A native of Bukhara, Uzbekistan, Zulya has been fascinated with the...

Zulya Rajabova has the heart and soul of an artist. Her passion is to create fabulous, awe-inspiring memories for each of her clients on their journeys. Zulya founded Silk Road Treasure Tours to invite travelers to discover her special part of the world, Central Asia. A native of Bukhara, Uzbekistan, Zulya has been fascinated with the intriguing history, fabulous culture and outstanding natural wonders of the entire Silk Road region – and beyond.

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Uzbekistan Travel News: Namangan Flower Festival looking forward to a May Event in Uzbekistan

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Silk Road Treasure Tours together with the Uzbekistan Ministry of Tourism announce new dates for the May 2021 Namangan Flower festival. Held in one of the most spectacular regions of Uzbekistan in the lush Fergana Valley, this colorful, post-covid festival will take place in Namangan's Babur Park from May 24th to 31st. Every year since 1961 the "Ci...
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Top Reasons to Travel to the Caucasus

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  Azerbaijan The Azerbaijan eVisa - Tourist visas to Azerbaijan once involved weeks of planning and hefty fees. The recent eVisa has made formalities faster, easier and cheaper. Tourists of 100 nationalities can apply for the affordable Azerbaijan tourist visa online which takes only a few days to process. The locals - Similar to their neighbo...
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Reasons to Add Turkmenistan to Your Travel Wish-List

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It's all about the horses here! The legendary Akhal-Teke horses are famous all over the world, an ancient breed descended from nomadic steeds, second to none as racehorses. Their golden sheen earned them the moniker "golden horses" from Greek historian Herodotus. It's on fire! The "fiery fortresses" of the Yangi-Kala canyon get their name from the ...
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