• We had a really good time in Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kashgar. All guides, drivers, accommodation and food was fantastic! We had plenty of positive experiences. The program worked perfectly and we are your happy customers.
    Assoc Prof Regine Wagner
    Visiting Fellow Flexible Learning Institute Charles Sturt University

  • We have had many guides in the course of our world travels, but never ever one any better than the guide from Roxana Tour He worked tirelessly for us night and day. His efforts for us were far beyond what would have been "good".
    Dr. Paul Hettinger
    Orlando, FL, USA 32818

  • I have been coming to Uzbekistan for 32 years and as a Tour leader for different companies, I can say that Roxana Tours is the best travel company in Uzbekistan I had in 32 years.
    Gary Wintz, LA
    Tour leader from ZOE and Mountain Sabeck

  • I wanted to drop you a quick e-mail thanking you for the outstanding tour you provided. From the time we arrived at Tashkent until we left, we had no problems and everything was first class.
    Richard L. Wolfel, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor of Geography
    United States Military Academy
    West Point, NY 10996

  • I am indeed impressed and would like to Thank you from the bottom of my heart, in fact you have not only gained my respect and admiration, I salute your efficiency, not to say the least, I am grateful I am sure I would not be traveling again to Uzbekistan without you definitely involved in my itinerary.
    Saud A.Al Jaidah
    CEO/ Al Jaidah Intl. Doha, Qatar



When talking about Uzbekistan cuisine, the one can only gulp from expectancy since the names of the most delicious and mouth-watering dishes come as the spirit of incredible aroma, namely plov, manty, shurpa, shashluk, somsa, lagmon. It is impossible to stay calm when reviewing or simply looking through the pictures of such dishes. Uzbekistan cuisine should be tasted hot and hot and it is not for nothing that this cuisine is loved and respected in the whole world. Being one of cuisines distinguished with the variety and wide range in taste and appearance, Uzbekistan cuisine is one of the most delicious in the Eastern countries.

One should note that almost all dishes date back to the old times when meals were accompanied by special rituals that are actual up to date. The millennial history proves to boast with dishes with specific peculiarities.

Undoubtedly, the Uzbek cuisine adopted cooking traditions borrowed from Turkish, Uygur, Tajik, Tatar and many other nations making them cuisine-specific. During Uzbekistan tours the travellers can take such courses as lyulya-kebab, bogursak, mastava, dimlama. No way, it is not easy to remember of the names of courses though visitors who travel by Uzbekistan tours can remember the taste of such cuisine as keepsake for the end of their days.

The point is that a variety of Uzbek recipes address not only to meat as the main ingredient but greenery, fruits, spice and herbs. The warm climate commit to having rich crops of fruits and vegetables, vine crops, citrus, berries and nuts. Gastronomical predilections of everyone can be easily satisfied in here.  Pastries are worth to note as well fermented milk products. Despite of some kind of scientific name of products to be fermented, the outcome is natural, tasty and wholesome meal. Meat is one of main ingredients to be of high honor though it varies from region to region (beef, mutton, horse beef).

As for the meal, Uzbek people, as most people in the world, have it three times a day: breakfast – nonushta, lunch – tushlik ovkat and dinner – kechki ovkat. That’s interesting that “nonushta” stands for “bread tearing”. Bread is special in the region: it is baked in special tandyr (clay oven) in the rounded form. Table serving starts from fruits and candies, then salads and vegetables are served, followed by first and second dishes.

Uzbekistan cuisine is presented with tasty and rich lamb, golden rounded bread, a variety of spices, delicious green tea and thousands of fruits and candies and on the top of it, the hospitality of Uzbek people is a priority for the country culture