Uzbekistan Border Crossings

Uzbekistan borderline stretches for 6221 km and neighbors with such countries as Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Turkmenistan. Uzbekistan has 12 border crossing points. Majority of Uzbekistan checkpoints work only during the daytime, some work only for pedestrians and you need to go to the highway checking point for crossing the border by car. Find below all Uzbekistan border crossings and their work time:

Note: you need to submit the customs declaration form, while crossing Uzbekistan part. Although it is available at the checkpoints, filling it in advance will make your border crossing experience a bit easier.

International Border Crossing Points between Uzbekistan and the Republic of Kyrgyzstan

# of c/p Name of Crossing Points in the Republic of Uzbekistan Dislocation in the Republic of Uzbekistan Name of Crossing Points in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan Dislocation in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan Operating regime
1 Dustlik – highway Andijan region Hodjaabad district Dostuk – highway Osh region Kara-Suy district 24 hours
2 Uchkurgan – highway Namangan region Uchkurgan district Kensay – highway Djalal-Abad region Nooken district daylight

 

International Border Crossing Points between Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan

# of c/p Name of Crossing Points in the Republic of Uzbekistan Dislocation in the Republic of Uzbekistan Name of Crossing Points in the Republic of Turkmenistan Dislocation in the Republic of Turkmenistan Operating regime
1 Alat – highway Bukhara region Alat district Farap – highway Lebap Velayat Farap district daylight
2 Shavat – highway Khorezm region Shavat district Dashoguz – highway Dashoguz Velayat,
S. Niyazov district
daylight
3 Khodjeyli – highway Republic of Karakalpakstan Nukus district Kunya-Urgench – highway Dashoguz Velayat, Kunya-Urgench district 9.00-18.00

We strongly advise you to arrive to the border crossing points of Uzbekistan-Turkmenistan no later than 16:30, although the border works till 18:00, as later arrival decreases your chances to cross them due to time required for border formalities and distance up to another country’s border.
The border crossing point on Turkmenistan side might close for lunch (not a usual case) that will add some hours to reach the neighbouring country.

International Border Crossing Points between Uzbekistan and the Republic of Kazakhstan

# of c/p Name of Crossing Points in the Republic of Uzbekistan Dislocation in the Republic of Uzbekistan Name of Crossing Points in the Republic of Kazakhstan Dislocation in the Republic of Kazakhstan Operating regime
1 Karakalpakia – highway Republic of Karakalpakstan Tajen – highway Mangistaus region daylight
2 Gisht-Kuprik (Сhernayavka)- pedestrian Tashkent region, Keles district Jibek-Joli – pedestrian South-Kazakhstan region, Saragach 24 hours
3 Navoi – highway Tashkent region, Keles district Kaplanbek – highway South-Kazakhstan region, Saragach daylight
4 Yallama – highway Tashkent region, Chinaz district B. Konysbaeva – highway South-Kazakhstan region 24 hours

 

International Border Crossing Points between Uzbekistan and the Republic of Tajikistan

# of c/p Name of Crossing Points in the Republic of Uzbekistan Dislocation in the Republic of Uzbekistan Name of Crossing Points in the Republic of Tajikistan Dislocation in the Republic of Tajikistan Operating regime
1 Sariasiya – highway Surkhandarya region Uzun district Bratstvo – highway Tursunzadev district 24 hours
2 Oybek – highway Tashkent region Bekabad district Fotekhobod – highway Sugd region Matchin distict 24 hours
3 Andarkhon – highway Fergana region Besharik district Patar – highway Sugd region Kanibadam distict 24 hours
4 Gulbakhor – highway Surkhandarya region Termez district Ayvadj – highway Khatlon region Shaartuz distict 24 hours
5 Jartepa – highway Samarkand region Urgut district Sarazm – highway Sugd region Penjikent distict 24 hours

 

International Border Crossing Points between Uzbekistan and the Republic of Afghanistan

# of c/p Name of Crossing Points in the Republic of Uzbekistan Dislocation in the Republic of Uzbekistan Name of Crossing Points in the Republic of Afghanistan Dislocation in the Republic of Afghanistan Operating regime
1 Hairatan Bridge Surkhandarya region, Termez Hairatan Bridge Mazar-i-Sharif district daylight

Note: Operations hours might change without a prior notice.