About safety

A tourist, being in a foreign country, not knowing and not observing safety rules, may expose himself and others to danger to health and life, as well as contribute to the loss or damage of property. Compliance with the safety rules and instructions of the guide will help the tourist to avoid troubles during his trip and fully enjoy the tour. We offer our clients classic sightseeing tours as well as outdoor activities such as trekking, horseback riding, desert tours and rafting tours. Below you can find the rules and requirements for such tours.
General rules for all tours
When purchasing a tour, you must familiarize yourself with the route program, the conditions for its conduct, and collect everything you need.

Before the tour you must:
- study the key points of the route and the dates of stay in the field;
- get acquainted with the weather forecast for the planned dates;
- collect all the necessary things for the route;
- get acquainted with the social, cultural and religious aspects of the visited region;
- get acquainted with the flora and fauna of the region, which can be dangerous to health and life;
- write down the contacts of the tour operator, local emergency services and the embassy;
- also, it is advisable to learn basic common phrases and requests in the local language.

During the tour you must have with you:
- passport, insurance policy. If a child is traveling with you - have a birth certificate or passport for the child. It is advisable to make copies of the identification documents in order to present them at the request of the authorities;
- clothing appropriate for the region being visited, as well as sun and insect protection;
- personal hygiene products and a first aid kit. If you are undergoing treatment and regularly take medications - stock up on the required amount of medications for the entire duration of the tour;
- some supply of funds, preferably in cash.

During the tour it is required:
- follow all instructions of the guide or guide;
- inform the guide or guide about all health problems and other circumstances that may affect the tour program;
- follow the schedule, and not be late for an excursion or transfer.
During the tour it is not recommended:
- eat food and drinks in questionable eating places, and taste unknown berries and fruits in the wild;
- walk alone in non-tourist areas of cities;
- to respond to requests and "lucrative" offers of strangers that make you suspicious.

During the tour, it is prohibited:
- to demand a change in the tour program or itinerary without good reason;
- move away from the guide and the group for more than 30 minutes or 500 meters, without the permission of the guide or guide;
- violate the rules of law and order and the requirements for behavior in religious places;

How to act in case of emergency?
1. In the event of natural disasters, remain calm. If there is a danger of an earthquake, stay away from tall buildings and power lines. When in the house, take the most secure position between doorways or in the corners of rooms.
2. In case of unrest of the masses, avoid large crowds, and immediately go to the hotel, the tour operator's office or the embassy.
3. In the event of an emergency abroad, the first step is to notify your embassy or tour operator (in extreme cases, relatives).
4. When evacuating, you should take only your passport and money.

Security in connection with the spread of

Features of Uzbekistan during the coronavirus. Public transport in and between cities, as well as all shopping centers, bazaars, restaurants, beauty salons, gyms and educational centers operate throughout Uzbekistan. Hotels and boarding houses have reopened, but they have special health and safety rules.

In July, the country began requiring mandatory vaccinations for citizens over 18 working in the service, education and security sectors. Uzbekistan offers citizens and residents of the country vaccines AstraZeneca, Moderna, Sputnik V, Pfizer and a Chinese vaccine. Within the framework of a joint project with Russia, Uzbekistan has begun production of the Russian-developed Sputnik V vaccine, and also produces the Chinese vaccine ZF-UZ-VAC2001. As of October 2021, more than 12 million people (about 60% of the adult population) were fully vaccinated in Uzbekistan.
Covid-19: Rules of entry to Uzbekistan
Due to the spread of the Omicron coronavirus strain, Uzbekistan suspended flights to Hong Kong, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Eswatini, Tanzania and South Africa from December 3 to January 10. Residents of these countries and those who have visited them within the last 14 days will not be allowed to enter Uzbekistan, even from a third country.

The rules for visa-free entry to Uzbekistan remain the same. By clicking on the link, you will see a list of countries whose citizens do not need a visa to enter the country. Airports are open, but regular international passenger flights are still limited. All flights between Uzbekistan and Italy, Denmark, Austria, Australia, the Netherlands and South Africa remain suspended indefinitely.

Persons entering Uzbekistan by car undergo a rapid test for COVID antigen at their own expense at all border points. Arrivals by air or rail are not eligible for such testing.

When checking in for the flight, all passengers must be provided with a negative PCR test (in Russian or English) taken no earlier than 72 hours before departure, regardless of whether they received the vaccine or not. In the absence of PCR test results, you will not be allowed on the flight.

Within seven days after entering the country, a second PCR test must be done.

When you take out travel insurance, please make sure the plan covers the costs of your COVID-19 treatment.