Seasonal Discounts in UzbekistanUzbekistan has two high tourist seasons, and two low tourist seasons. If you decide to come in low season, you may expect serious discounts from local travel agents, hotels, transport providers and guides.
Uzbekistan Travel Seasons
Disabled TravelersUzbekistan has few facilities for the disabled. Transport is difficult to access, entrances have steps and narrow doors. There are rarely public lifts. Metro entrances and underpasses in Tashkent, as well as some of office main entrances are equipped with rails for wheel-chairs, but they only represent an intention, rather than a working facility. It takes real determination for disabled travelers to get around.
Student TravelersStudents and youth in general enjoy certain privileges on public transport and museums. Also, Uzbek Airways (Uzbekistan Havo Yullary) offers rebates for young people under 28.
International students cards of all kinds are usually not accepted for discounts.
Traveling With ChildrenIn Uzbek families children are seen as the gift of God, therefore travelers in the company of under-teens are likely to attract a good deal of attention and many compliments. Children are usually treated with special care and in big cities, e.g. Tashkent, there is a number of play parks, the Aqua Park, Tashkent Land, etc.
Uzbekistan Airways (Uzbek Havo Yullari) offers discounts for travellers with children: - babies under 2 without a seat: 90% discount for all tarrifs, economic and business class;
- babies under 2 with a seat and/or accompanied children from 2 to 11: junior discounts from 33% to 50% of the economic tarrif depending on the tarrif;
- babies under 2 with a seat and/or accompanied children from 2 to 11: junior discounts of 50% of the business class tarrif;
In museums and public transport under-fives are not charged. Schoolchildren pay the full price on transport but pay a reduced price at museums.