19 September, 2020
The improved Uzbekistan facilities, the services for sanitary and epidemiological safety in Uzbekistan have shown hope for tourism in the post-COVID-19 era. The tour operators and the tourists have gained confidence as listed certified businesses, by maintaining the new hygiene standards.
Uzbekistan is a culturally rich and historically admirable country which has attracted many empires to rule over the world. Linked with the great ancient trade route Silk Road, the cities of Uzbekistan were the major economical and cultural hubs in Central Asia over long centuries.
The archaeological excavations and the gorgeous monuments in Uzbekistan reflects a long history. The vibrant culture, diversed pleasant nature and delectable cuisine make Uzbekistan Tours to be famed all over the world.
There is no problem while applying for Uzbekistan Visa as the visa policies are easy and lenient today.
There are total 18 Visa-Free Countries For Uzbekistan which are categorized into three types as per the duration of staying of their citizens. The three types of visa exemption stayings are: for 30 days, 60 days, and 90 days.
Uzbekistan E-visa was introduced by Uzbekistan since 15 July 2018 for a period of up to 30 days
Requirements for Uzbekistan Tourist Visa are:
Letter of Invitation (LOI) or Uzbekistan Visa support helps to apply for a visa to Uzbekistan. On behalf of the tourist, a licensed tour operator must submit a letter of invitation to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan.
After the permission granted by the Ministry and embassy within 7 working days, the tour operator can provide the telex number to the tourist for a reference for visa application.
For getting Uzbekistan Visa On Arrival, you have to show your passport with a validity of at least 6 months, return ticketand digital photo to the airport authorities. After paying visa fee in cash, you can get the visa.
If you are from a country which is not listed among the visa-free and e-visa lists, you must apply for the visa support in advance.
You have to put your personal data, planned date of entry into Uzbekistan, digital photo, and upload a scanned copy of your passport Uzbekistan Visa Application. You have to upload your signature same as it appears in your passport.
Uzbekistan Visa Fee is US$20 for a single-entry, US$35 for double-entry, and US$50 for multiple-entry visas.
|Staying For 7 Days||USD 40|
|Staying For 15 Days||USD 50|
|Staying For 1 Month (For Single And Multiple Entry)||USD 60|
|Staying For 3 Months||USD 80|
|Staying For 6 Months (For Single Entry)||USD 120|
|Staying For 6 Months (For Multiple Entry)||USD 150|
|Staying For 1 Year (For Single Entry)||USD 160|
|Staying For 1 Year (For Multiple Entry)||USD 250|
|Transit Visa Cost For Staying 3 Days (Single Entry)||USD 40|
|Transit Visa Cost (Multiple Entry)||USD 50|
The visa cost for a group with more than 5 person’s for up to 15 days is USD 15 per head while for 30 days; the price is USD 25 per person.
The Australians Citizens do not need any visa for staying in Uzbekistan up to 30 days from the date of entering into the territory of Uzbekistan. As Australia is listed in 21 Western visa-free countries which are to be introduced in 2021 by Uzbekistan, Australians can enter Uzbekistan after 30 days by paying US$50 at the airport.
Canadian citizens are allowed to stay up to 30 days without a Visa In Uzbekistan.
The citizens of UK can enter and stay up to 30 days without having an Uzbekistan visa.
Uzbekistan Visa Fees For Us Citizens is US$160 for US citizens with an additional entry cost of US$10 per entry.
We hope this information will help you to make Uzbekistan Tours easier and simple. With an experience of more than 12 years, Euroasia Travels is one of the popular tour operators in Central Asia which provides you each kind of excellent service from booking to the end of the trip. Make your trip to Uzbekistan more enjoyable by visiting.