CULTURAL TREASURES OF THE GREAT SILK ROAD

Country: Uzbekistan

Route: Tashkent-Urgench-Khiva-Bukhara-Shakhrisabz-Samarkand-Tashkent-Kokand-Rishtan-Fergana – Margilan-Tashkent
Tour duration: 12 days / 11 nights
Number of people in the group: from 2 to 14
Travel to Uzbekistan – medieval mosques, madrassas and minarets, modern Metropolitan glitter, craft workshops, delicious Uzbek cuisine, bustling bazaars, from which starts the quiet narrow streets, Asian-burning sun and piercing the cool night, the bright contrast of deserts and oases which will long remain in the memory of the aura of Eastern culture! Ancient Bukhara and Eastern Samarkand, the fabulous city of Khiva and hospitable Tashkent – these wonderful pearls of Uzbekistan reveal their secrets to you. In Ferghana valley you will visit Rishtan, the home of ceramic craftsmen who keep the secrets of their craft from generation to generation. And also you will visit Margilan – the center of sericulture, whose products are still in great demand all over the world.

Day 1: Arrival in Tashkent
Arrival in Tashkent. You will be greeted by our driver and taken to the hotel.
Night in Tashkent.

Day 2: Tashkent-Urgench (flight) – Khiva (40 km)
After Breakfast, the tour began in Tashkent-the capital of Uzbekistan and the largest city in Central Asia. Today it is planned to visit the Old city, where the religious center of Tashkent-Khast Imam complex is located. Here is kept the famous Osman’s Koran (the VII century). In Khast Imam you will visit Barak-Khan madrasah, Tillya Sheikh mosque, Kaffal Shashi mausoleum. Then you will visit one of the oldest bazaars in the city – Chorsu. After seeing the sights of the Old city you will find a trip on the Tashkent metro to the center, where the Amir Timur square, square
Independence And Museum of applied arts. Transfer to the local airport for a flight to Urgench at 19:00 (1093 km). Arrival in Urgench at 21: 20. Meeting and moving to Khiva (35 km). Accommodation in hotel. Night in Khiva.

Day 3: Khiva
The culmination of your tour! The clay-covered streets and the still-to-be-seen picture of the two-wheeled carts pulled by the donkey will take you mentally to the lifestyle of the middle ages.
You will admire the visit to the historic center of the city buildings with richly decorated Oriental ornaments and turquoise tiles and make sure that no wonder the old part of Khiva “Ichan-Kala “is called”open-air Museum”. Kunya Ark-the residence Of Khiva khans, Juma Mosque-Friday mosque, which is famous for its decorated 212 carved columns hall, the Mausoleum of Pahlavan Mahmud, Madrasah and Minaret Islam Khoja, built by wise vizier Islam Khoja, as well as the Palace Tash-Khauli. Walking along the crooked streets of the old city, with built clay houses, you will find new motives for photography and places where you can stop time for a moment in this fabulous city. In the evening, enjoy the sunset over the oasis. Night in Khiva.

Day 4: Khiva – Bukhara (450km, 7 and 8 h.)
After Breakfast departure to Bukhara. While driving through the desert and semi-desert landscape you will get information about irrigation projects and problems of drying up the Aral Sea. The modern highway crosses the Kyzylkum desert, repeating the ancient route of the great silk road. Stop in the way, during which you will have the opportunity to enjoy panoramic views of the desert and the Amudarya river. In the evening arrival in Bukhara. Accommodation and overnight in Bukhara.

Day 5: Bukhara
Today will be a great tour of 2500-year-old ancient Bukhara. Visit the Ark Citadel, Bolo-Khauz mosque, Chashma Ayub mausoleum and the oldest structure in Bukhara-Samanid mausoleum. In the afternoon you will visit the architectural complex POI Kalon with minaret and mosque Kalon, as well as Miri-Arab Madrasah. You will visit the covered bazaars and shopping streets of jewelers, Toki-Zargaron, Toki tubeteyka-Telpak-Furushon, the architectural ensemble of Kosh-Madrassah with the madrassas of Ulugbek and abdulazizhan. In conclusion, you will relax over a Cup of tea at the cool pond Labi-Havuz. Before the monument to Hodge Nasreddin on the donkey, listen to funny jokes and legends. Night in Bukhara.

Day 6: Bukhara
A trip outside the city, where the summer residence of the last Bukhara Emir – Sitorai Mokhi-Khosa. The architecture of this magnificent Palace combines elements of Oriental and Russian decor. Continuation of the tour to the mausoleum of Bahouddin Nakshbandi-the founder of the Sufi order of Nakshbandi and in the necropolis of Chor-Bakr, where the juybar sheikhs-Sufi are buried. Free time in the afternoon. Night in hotel.

Day 7: Bukhara-Shakhrisabz-Samarkand
Today’s move will take place in the direction of Shakhrisabz — the birthplace of Amir Temur (Tamerlane). Lord Timur, who seized Iran and the Caucasus in the XIV century, and also defeated The Golden Horde in Southern Russia. With unforgettable impressions from visiting the ruins of the Palace AK-Saray, the complex Dorut-Tilovat of the mosque of Kok Gumbaz, the mausoleum of Sheikh Shamseddin was Kul and Gumbazi-Seidon, and also the complex of Dorus-Saodat mausoleum of Jahangir elder son of Amir Timur. In the afternoon continued the way to Samarkand (90 km, 2 hours*). Arrival in Samarkand, accommodation in hotel.
Samarkand welcomes you with a continuation of fairy tales from a thousand and one nights… During hikes, stretching from India to Europe, he takes to the metropolis

the best craftsmen and artisans. They create for him, since the XIV century this architecture that made the city famous far beyond its borders. Ulugh beg, grandson of Timur, is building the first Madrassah in 1420. On the contrary, the Sher-Dor madrasah (bearing lions) appears 200 years later, and a little later closes the Tilla-Kori madrasah ensemble (Decorated with gold). Night in Samarkand.

Day 8: Samarkand
Today you will visit the famous Registan square, which was the center of Samarkand for many centuries, as well as the mausoleum of Gur-Emir-the tomb of Amir Timur and Timurids, the Observatory Ulugbek-grandson of Amir Timur, ruler of Samarkand and the great scientist of the middle ages, the complex Shahi-Zinda, which is a great ensemble of mausoleums of Samarkand nobility and the Cathedral mosque Bibi-Khanum, the construction of which is connected with a lot of folk legends. You can also visit Siab Bazaar, where you can buy Oriental sweets, fresh fruits and national Souvenirs. Night in Samarkand.

Day 9: Samarkand-Tashkent (train)
You will visit the Museum “Afrosiab”, visit the grave of St. Daniel. Then you will have a trip to Konigil village, where you will be able to observe the process of manufacturing Samarkand paper from mulberry by ancient technology. After the tour-free time at your disposal a car with a driver.

At 16:00 transfer to the railway station. High-speed train “Afrosiab ” leaves Samarkand at 17:00 and arrives in Tashkent at 19:10 (300 km). Transfer to hotel. Night in Tashkent.

Day 10: Tashkent-Kokand-Rishtan-Fergana
Drive to Fergana valley (320 km to Fergana city). Mountain serpentine, which connects the Fergana valley with the rest of Uzbekistan, passes through the picturesque mountain pass Kamchik (2267 m above sea level)*. Arrival in Kokand. Here you will visit the Palace of Khudoyar Khan, Jami mosque, Kamol-Kazi madrasah and norbut-Biy madrasah. Continuation of the road to Fergana (80 km). In the afternoon, visit the pottery workshop of the famous ceramist Rustam Usmanov in Rishtan, whose works are exhibited at the world’s largest exhibitions. Arrival in Fergana. Check in to the hotel. Night in Fergana.

Day 11: Fergana-Margilan-Tashkent
In the morning departure from Fergana to Margilan. Inspection of the madrasa of said Ahmad Khoja, cells which are now employed by the artisans involved in the production of silk and carpets. Next, walk through the local Bazaar and visit Margilan silk factory “Yodgorlik”, where you can see the process of production of silk fabrics with traditional patterns “ikat”. The continuation of the journey to Tashkent. Transfer to hotel. Night in Tashkent.

Day 12: Tashkent-departure
Departure from the hotel until 12: 00. Transfer to airport. Departure.

THE PRICE INCLUDES:

  • All transfers 1-2 passengers by car type “sedan”; 3-7 passengers minivan; 8-14 passengers in a 20-seat bus
  • Accommodation in double room, Breakfast included;
  • Tour service in each city with local guides
  • Entrance tickets to the excursion objects by the program
  • Economy air ticket for Tashkent-Urgench flight
  • Economy class ticket to Samarkand-Tashkent train

THE PRICE INCLUDES:

  • International flight
  • Full Board (Lunches and dinners)
  • Fee for additional hotel services
  • Consular fees for Uzbek tourist visa
  • Insurance policy

HOTELS
We offer you the following hotels:

  • City Hotel
  • Tashkent
  • Shodlik Palace, Shark
  • Khiva
  • Shaherezada, Old Khiva
  • Bukhara
  • Lyabi House, Atlas
  • Samarkand
  • Ideal, Marokand
  • Tashkent
  • Shodlik Palace, Shark
  • Fergana
  • Club 777
  • Tashkent
  • Shodlik Palace, Shark

On request, with special wishes for a choice of accommodation, we offer you individually and other hotels.

EAST STORY ON THE SILK ROAD
Country: Uzbekistan
Route: Tashkent-Urgench-Khiva-Bukhara-Shakhrisabz —Samarkand-Tashkent
Tour duration: 10 days / 9 nights
Number of people in the group: from 2 to 14

Tashkent, Khiva, Bukhara, Shakhrisabz, Samarkand will tell you about their centuries-old culture, rich traditions, local colourful life. During the tour you will get acquainted with the architectural diversity of these cities, which for centuries have witnessed the UPS and downs of powerful empires. You will be able to see both the old historical part of the cities, their traditions and customs, as well as the new modern look of the city centres and cultures. . .
Besides excursions from, Uzbekistan like tourists with their hospitality and cordiality, high level of service in hotels and restaurants. Immerse yourself in an unforgettable experience, a sea of emotions and new pleasant sensations with the help of a tour that will last 10 days and 9 nights.

Day 1: Arrival in Tashkent
arrival in Tashkent. You will be greeted by our driver and taken to the hotel. Check in to the hotel at 12:00. Guided tour of Tashkent-the capital of Uzbekistan and the largest city in Central Asia. On this day, it is planned to visit the Old city, where the religious center of Tashkent-Khast Imam complex is located. Here is kept the famous Osman’s Koran (the VII century). In Khast Imam you will visit Barak Khan madrasah, Tillya Sheikh mosque, Abu Bakr Kaffal Shashi mausoleum. Then you will visit one of the oldest bazaars in the city – Chorsu. After seeing the sights of the Old city you will find a trip on the Tashkent metro to the center, where the Amir Timur square, Independence square and the Museum of applied art. Night in Tashkent.

Day 2: Tashkent-Urgench-Khiva
Early in the morning transfer to the airport, departure to Urgench (1093 km, 1 hour 40 min.). Arrival in Urgench, transfer to the hotel in Khiva (30 km, 35 min.). A visit to the fortress Ichan-Kala included in the List of UNESCO world heritage. You will be pleasantly surprised by the fact that the sights of this city are very compact, in a small area, limited by the ancient city walls. This is the oldest part of the city-Ichan-Kala, the inner city of Khiva (XVIII century), which is the state historical Museum-reserve. This Museum, however, is inhabited by real people who live here according to the age-old way of their ancestors. For the most part, these are hereditary artisans: weavers, blacksmiths, potters, woodcarver. Sightseeing in Khiva: Ichan-Kala (inner city of Khiva), the complex of Pakhlavan Mahmud, the fortress Kunya Ark, madrasah and minaret Islam Khodja, the Palace of Tash Khauli Alakuli-Khan, Jumma mosque, minaret and madrasah of Muhammad Amin-Khan, Museum of Avesta. Night in Khiva.

Day 3: Khiva – Bukhara (450km, 7 and 8 h.)
After Breakfast departure to Bukhara. A modern highway crosses the Kyzyl-Kum desert. Stop in the way, during which you will have the opportunity to enjoy panoramic views of the desert and the Amudarya river. In the evening arrival in Bukhara. Accommodation and overnight in Bukhara.

Day 4: Bukhara
Full day guided tours of the Old town. Visit to Lyabi-Khauz complex, Magoki-Attori mosque, Chor-Minor madrasah, trade domes, Kalyan minaret, Kalyan mosque and Miri-Arab madrasah, Ulugbek madrasah and Abdulazizkhan madrasah, ark fortress, Bolo-Khauz mosque, Samanid mausoleum and Chashma-Ayub mausoleum. Night in Bukhara.

Day 5: Bukhara
A trip outside the city, where the summer residence of the last Bukhara Emir – Sitorai Mokhi-Khosa. The architecture of this magnificent Palace combines elements of Oriental and Russian decor. Continuation of the tour to the mausoleum of Bahouddin Nakshbandi-the founder of the Sufi order of Nakshbandi and in the necropolis of Chor-Bakr, where the Sheikhs-Sufi are buried. Free time in the afternoon. Night in Bukhara.

Day 6: Bukhara-Nurata-Yurt camp on Aidarkul lake (300 km)
Breakfast at the hotel, – Transfer to Nurata, visit Namazgokh mosque and Alexander the great fortress. Transfer to the Yurt camp Aydar. Accommodation in yurts. Dinner around the campfire singing the songs of the Bard. Overnight in Yurt camp.

Day 7: Aydarkul Lake —Samarkand (270km)
Breakfast in Yurt camp. Camel riding in the desert. Transfer to Aidarkul lake. Picnic on the lake. After a picnic lunch drive to Samarkand. Arrival in Samarkand. Today you will visit the mausoleum of Gur-Emir-the tomb of Amir Timur and Timurids, the famous Registan square, which was the center of Samarkand for many centuries. Night in Samarkand.

Day 8: Samarkand
On this day, you will visit the Ulugbek Observatory – grandson of Amir Timur, ruler of Samarkand and the great scientist of the middle ages, Shahi Zinda complex, which is a magnificent ensemble of mausoleums of Samarkand nobility, as well as the Cathedral mosque Bibi Khanum, the construction of which is associated with many folk legends. You can also visit Siab Bazaar, where you can buy Oriental sweets, fresh fruits and national Souvenirs.

Then you will have a trip to Konigil village, where you will be able to observe the process of manufacturing Samarkand paper from mulberry by ancient technology. Night in Samarkand.

Day 9: Samarkand-Shakhrisabz-Samarkand-Tashkent
After Breakfast at the hotel drive to Shakhrisabz (90 km, 2 hours) – home
The Great Tamerlane. Excursion to Shakhrisabz: AK-Saray Palace, Dorus-Saodat complex, Dorut-Tillyavat ensemble, Kok-Gumbaz mosque. After lunch return to Samarkand. Arrival.

At 16:00 transfer to the railway station. High-speed train “Afrosiab ” leaves for Tashkent at 17:00 (300 km) and arrives at 19:10. Here our driver will meet you and take you to the hotel. Night in Tashkent.

Day 10: Tashkent, a flight
Departure from the hotel at 12:00. Transfer to airport. Departure. Citation: Breakfast

THE PRICE INCLUDES:

  • All transfers 1-2 passengers by car type “sedan”; 3-7 passengers in a minivan; 8-14 passengers in a 20-seat bus
  • Accommodation in double room, Breakfast included;
  • Tour service in each city with local guides
  • Entrance tickets to the excursion objects by the program
  • Economy air ticket for Tashkent-Urgench flight
  • Economy class ticket to Samarkand-Tashkent train

TOUR COSTS NOT INCLUDED:

  • International flight
  • Full Board (Lunches and dinners)
  • Fee for additional hotel services
  • Consular fees for Uzbek tourist visa
  • Insurance policy

HOTELS
We offer you the following hotels:

  • City Hotel
  • Tashkent
  • Shodlik Palace, Shark
  • Khiva
  • Shaherezada, Old Khiva
  • Bukhara
  • Labi House, Atlas
  • Samarkand
  • Ideal, Marokand

THE TRACKS OF THE GREAT CARAVANS
Country: Uzbekistan

Destinations: Tashkent-Fergana-Margilan – Andijan –
Rishtan-Kokand-Tashkent —Nukus —Ayaz Kala-Khiva-Bukhara-Nurata-Yangigazgan —Aidarkul-Samarkand —Shakhrisabz-Samarkand-Tashkent

Tour duration: 15 days /14 nights
Number of people in the group: from 2 to 14

Uzbekistan is a country of eternal, bright and generous sun, which smells the most delicious melon in the world! It is an amazing country of great treasures of ancient mysterious cities and open hearts of hardworking, hospitable, wise sons.

This tour to Uzbekistan will be the event that will always be a pleasure to tell your friends and family. You will never forget high minarets, grandiose madrassas and mosques, magnificent palaces and strict mausoleums decorated with improbable beauty ceramic ornaments You will always remember noisy and colourful Oriental bazaars, the most interesting legends, warm hospitality and ancient traditions of locals.

Day 1: Arrival in Tashkent arrival in Tashkent. You will be greeted by our driver and taken to the hotel. Night in Tashkent.

Day 2: Tashkent
Guided tour of Tashkent-the capital of Uzbekistan and the largest city in Central Asia. On this day, it is planned to visit the Old town, where. the religious centre of Tashkent – Khast Imam complex is located. Here is kept the famous Osman’s Koran (the VII century). In Khast Imam you will visit Barak Khan madrasah, Tillya Sheikh mosque, Abu Bakr Kaffal Shashi mausoleum. Then you will visit one of the oldest bazaars in the city —Chorsu. After seeing the sights of the Old city you will find a trip on the Tashkent metro to the center, where the Amir Timur square, Independence square and the Museum of applied art. Night in hotel.

Day 3: Tashkent-Kokand-Rishtan-Fergana
Drive to Fergana valley (320 km to Fergana city). Mountainserpentine, which*connects the Fergana valley with the rest of Uzbekistan, passes through the picturesque mountain pass Kamchik (2267 m above sea level) *. Arrival in Kokand. Here you will visit the Palace of Khudoyar Khan, Jami mosque, Kamol-Kazi madrasah and norbut-Biy madrasah. Continuation of the road to Fergana (80 km). In the afternoon, visit the pottery workshop of the famous ceramist Rustam Usmanov in Rishtan, whose work exhibited at the world’s largest exhibitions. Arrival in Fergana. Check in to the hotel. Night in Fergana.

Day 4: Fergana-Margilan-Tashkent
In the morning departure from Fergana to Margilan. Inspection of the madrasa of said Ahmad Khoja, cells which are now employed by the artisans involved in the production of silk and carpets. Next, walk through the local Bazaar and visit Margilan silk factory “Yodgorlik”, where you can see the process of production of silk fabrics with traditional patterns “ikat”. The continuation of the journey to Tashkent. Transfer to hotel. Night in Tashkent. Meals: Breakfast

Day 5: Tashkent-Nukus-Muynak-Nukus
Morning flight to Nukus (1255 km, 2 hours 45 min flight). Arrival in Nukus and a trip to the former fishing town of Muynak (220 km, 3 hours), which was located on the shore of the Aral Sea. On the way stop at the archaeological complex Mizdakhan. In Muynak visiting the so-called “graveyard of ships” – the former port, where the remains of abandoned ships rust. Then you will visit local lore Museum of the Aral Sea. It is a one-of-a-kind Museum, the exposition of which demonstrates the peculiarities of everyday life of the local population, flora and fauna, as well as talks about the tragedy of the Aral Sea, which happened half a century backward. In the afternoon return to Nukus. Night in Nukus.

Day 6: Nukus-Toprak Kala-Ayaz Kala-Khiva.
Visit to the Museum Savitsky. The famous Museum houses the second largest collection of world collection of Russian avant-garde art and exhibition of applied arts of the peoples of Central Asia, collected by Russian artist and philanthropist IV Savitsky. Short trip to the centre of Nukus: a visit to the monument to Karakalpak poet Berdakh, Nukus Khokimiyat and Drama theatre. In the second half of day trip to Khiva (200 km, 4-5 hours). On the way visit the archaeological sites of Ancient Khorezm: Zoroastrian Dakhma Chilpyk, Toprak-Kala settlement, which was the capital of Khorezm in the III century. Arrival in Khiva, hotel accommodation. Night in Khiva.

Day 7: Khiva
The culmination of your tour! The clay-covered streets and the still-to-be-seen picture of the two-wheeled carts pulled by the donkey will take you mentally to the lifestyle of the middle ages. You will admire the visit to the historic centre of the city buildings with richly decorated with Oriental ornaments and turquoise tiles and make sure that no wonder the old part of Khiva “Ichan-Kala” is called “open-air Museum”. Kunya Ark-the residence of Khiva khans, Juma Mosque-Friday mosque, which is famous for its decorated 212 carved columns hall, the Mausoleum of Pahlavan Mahmud, Madrasah and Minaret Islam Khoja, built by wise vizier Islam Khoja, as well as the Palace Tash-Khauli. Walking along the crooked streets of the old city, with built clay houses, you will find new motives for photography and places where you can stop time in this fabulous city again and again. In the evening, enjoy the sunset over the oasis. Night in Khiva.

Day 8: Khiva – Bukhara (450km, 7 and 8 h.)
After Breakfast departure to Bukhara. A modern highway crosses the Kyzyl-Kum desert. Stop in the way, during which you will have the opportunity to enjoy panoramic views of the desert and the Amudarya river. In the evening we arrive in Bukhara. Accommodation and overnight in Bukhara.

Day 9: Bukhara
Today will be a great tour of 2500-year-old ancient Bukhara. Visit the Ark Citadel, Bolo-Khauz mosque, Chashma Ayub mausoleum and the oldest structure in Bukhara-Samanid mausoleum. In the afternoon you will visit the architectural complex Poi- Kalon with minaret and mosque Kalon, as well as Miri-Arab Madrasah. You will visit the covered bazaars and shopping streets of jewelers, Toki-Zargaron, Toki Tubeteyka-Telpak-Furushon, the architectural ensemble of Kosh-Madrassah with the madrassas of Ulugbek and abdulazizhan. In conclusion, you will relax over a Cup of tea at the cool pond Labi-Havuz. Before the monument to Hodge Nasreddin on the donkey, listen to funny jokes and legends. Night in Bukhara.

Day 10: Bukhara
A trip to the country where the summer residence of the last Bukhara Emir is located Sitorai Mohi Hosa. The architecture of this magnificent Palace combines elements of Oriental and Russian decor. Continuation of the tour to the mausoleum of Bahouddin Nakshbandi-the founder of the Sufi order of Nakshbandi and in the necropolis of Chor-Bakr, where the Sheikhs-Sufi are buried. Free time in the second half of the day. Night in hotel.

Day 11: Bukhara – Nurata – Yurt camp at Aydarkul lake (300km)
Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to Nurata, visiting Namazgoh mosque and the fortress of Alexander the great. Transfer to the Yurt camp Aydar. Accommodation in yurts. Dinner around the campfire singing the songs of the Bard. Overnight in Yurt camp.

Day 12: Lake Aydarkul – Samarkand (270км)
Breakfast in Yurt camp. Camel riding in the desert. Transfer to Aidarkul lake. Picnic on the lake. After a picnic lunch drive to Samarkand. Arrival in Samarkand. Today you will visit the mausoleum of Gur-Emir-the tomb of Amir Timur and Timurids, the famous Registan square, which was the center of Samarkand for many centuries. Night in Samarkand.

Day 13: Samarkand
On this day, you will visit the Ulugbek Observatory — grandson of Amir Timur, ruler of Samarkand and the great scientist of the middle ages, Shahi Zinda complex, which is a magnificent ensemble of mausoleums of Samarkand nobility, as well as the Cathedral mosque Bibi Khanum, the construction of which is associated with many folk legends. You can also visit Siab Bazaar, where you can buy Oriental sweets, fresh fruits and national Souvenirs. Then you will have a trip to Konigil village, where you will be able to observe the process of manufacturing Samarkand paper from mulberry by ancient technology. Night in Samarkand.

Day 14: Samarkand-Shakhrisabz-Samarkand-Tashkent
After Breakfast at the hotel drive to Shakhrisabz (90 km, 2 hours) —the homeland of the Great Tamerlane. Excursion to Shakhrisabz: AK-Saray Palace, Dorus-Saodat complex, Dorut-Tillyavat ensemble, Kok-Gumbaz mosque. After dinner return to Samarkand. Arrival.

At 16:00 transfer to the railway station. High-speed train “Afrosiab ” leaves for Tashkent at 17:00 (300 km) and arrives at 19:10. Here’s our driver. He will meet you and take you to the hotel. Night in Tashkent.

Day 15: Tashkent, departure
Departure from the hotel at 12:00. Transfer to airport. Departure.

THE PRICE INCLUDES:

  • All transfers 1-2 passengers by car type “sedan”; 3-7 passengers in a minivan; 8-14 passengers in a 20-seat bus
  • Accommodation in double room
  • Meals: Breakfasts + 2 Lunches, 1 dinner
  • Tour service in each city with local guides
  • Entrance tickets to the excursion objects by the program
  • Economy air ticket for Tashkent-Urgench flight
  • Economy class ticket for the Samarkand-Tashkent train

TOUR COSTS NOT INCLUDED:

  • International flight
  • Full Board (Lunches and dinners)
  • Fees for additional hotel services * Consular fees for Uzbek tourist visa
  • Insurance policy

We offer you the following hotels:

  • City Hotel
  • Tashkent
  • Shodlik Palace, Shark
  • Fergana
  • Club 777
  • Tashkent
  • Shodlik Palace, Shark
  • Nukus
  • Jipek Joli
  • Khiva
  • Shaherezada, Old Khiva
  • Bukhara
  • Lyabi House, Atlas
  • Samarkand
  • Ideal, Marokand
  • Tashkent
  • Shodlik Patas, Shark

On request, with special wishes for a choice of accommodation, we offer you individually and other hotels.