Brilliant tour to Uzbekistan 11days-10nights

                                 Travel to Uzbekistan

                                 “Contact and Culture”

 Central Asia, Uzbekistan, was one of the cradles of modern civilization. Whether they were mathematics, medicine, astronomy, painting or music, no field escaped from fundamental discoveries and the influence of the great scientists of the region. It is a historical fact that some remains are not completely saved. However, Emir Timur, better known in the West under the name of Tamerlane, said in the XIV century, "Let people who doubt about our power, come to see our achievements". That is why we invite you to do.

Uzbekistan, located in the heart of Central Asia, centre of the traditional Silk Road, covers 448,000 km2 area and has common borders with Kazakhstan in the north and northeast, with Kyrgyzstan in the northeast, Turkmenistan in the southwest, Tajikistan in the southeast and Afghanistan in the south. Its territory extends mainly between the two major rivers of Central Asia: the Syrdarya in the north and the Amudarya in the south.

Capital: Tashkent

Population: 34 million inhabitants

Official language: Uzbek (language of Turkish origin)

The country declared independence from the former USSR on August 31, 1991 and has been a member of the United Nations since March 2, 1.

                                  11 days/10 nights

Tashkent-Urgench -Khiva-Bukhara-Gijduvan-Yurt Camp -           Samarkand-Shakhrisabz-Samarkand-Tashkent

Day 1.  Tashkent-Urgench-Khiva

  Khiva, a city that seems to have come straight out of a fairy tale, an oasis in the desert of Kyzylkum, with Ichan-Kala, the inner city, entirely classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which contains about fifty historical monuments behind its walls.

  Arrival in Tashkent. Welcome by your English-speaking guide at outside of the airport. Breakfast. Transfer to the airport for the flight Tashkent-Urgench. Arrival in Urgench and Transfer to Khiva. (35 km). Check in at the hotel.

 Lunch. Rest.

  Beginning of visits to Ichan-Kala (inner city). The minaret Kalta Minar with the madrasah of Mukhammad Aminkhan, the complex of Kunya Ark, the madrasah of Mukhammad Rakhimkhan, the mausoleum of Said Alauddin, the mausoleum of Pakhlavan Makhmud, the madrasah and minaret of Islam Khodja. The Friday Mosque (Jumah), the Caravanserai, the city market, the Palace of Allakulikhan with his harem.

Dinner. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2. Khiva - the fortresses of Tuprak-Kala, Ayaz-Kala - Khiva (250 km round trip)

  Breakfast at the hotel.

Departure for visits to the ruins of the fortresses of Tuprak-Kala and Ayaz-Kala, located on the right bank side of the Amudarya (II-III centuries AC, I-IV centuries). The tours will allow you to better understand the civilization of ancient Khorezm (VII century BC), the first feudal state in Central Asia.

Lunch in a yurt camp.

 Return to Khiva and free time for individual discoveries.

Having dinner.Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3. Khiva-Bukhara (450 km)

 Breakfast at the hotel.

Transfer to Bukhara. The road crosses mainly the Kyzylkum desert, the second largest desert in Central Asia.

Bukhara, the noble city, was the second historical capital of the country. Its old alleys lead to the districts of the Middle Ages where we discover the Market Domes, preserved as they were centuries ago, and the caravanserais, built in the heart of these large markets. They made the city famous as well as the squares built around pools which remain the privileged places for walks.

 Lunch on the way in a restaurant or in Bukhara (a little bit late).

 First acquaintances of Bukhara. The Lyabi Khauz complex. (A large pool surrounds madrasahs, a khanaka and a caravanserai).

Dinner. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4. Bukhara

 Breakfast at the hotel.

The rest of the visits. Mausoleum of the Samanids, Job mausoleum, Bolo-Khauz mosque, Ark citadel. According to the legend, saint Job would have come to Bukhara in order to help the inhabitants when the city was suffering because of a natural drought. He would have opened a well and this is a holy spring which we can see in his mausoleum.

Lunch at Lyabi-Khauz Ensemble.

The continuation of the visits. Magoki Attori Mosque, an old mosque in the city, built on the ruins of an ancient Fire temple, merchant cupola of hat makers, madarsahs of Ulugbek and Abdulazizkhan, cupola of goldsmiths, Poyi Kalon square with the old minaret of the XII century, and the Kalon Mosque, the exterior of the Madrasah of Miri Arab which has been in operation since its foundation in 1535-1537.

Dinner with the spectacle of dances and traditional songs.

 Night at the hotel.

Day 5. Bukhara-Gijduvan-Nurata-Yurt Camp (350 km)

 Breakfast at the hotel.

  Road to the Yurt Camp, the town located in north of Samarkand. Cultural stop on the way to visit: the house-workshop of a famous ceramist from Gijduvan, the ruins of a large caravanserai from the X-XII centuries and a water reservation dating back to XIV century.


 Town tour to Nurata. Nurata complex: Friday mosque (XII century), Panjvakhta mosque (XVI century), holy spring with sacred fish, ruins of the fortress of Alexander the Great.

Arrival at the Yurt Camp. Installation at yurts.

Camel trekking. Dinner and overnight at Yurts.

Day 6   Camps of Yurts - Samarkand

 Breakfast at Yurt Camps.

  Short walk in the desert.

Depart to Aydarkul lake by car to explore the lake and take photos. Picnic lunch by the Aydarkul lake (According to weather conditions).

Road to Samarkand. Arrival in Samarkand and installation at the hotel.

Dinner. Overnight at the hotel.

Day7. Samarkand

 Samarkand, the Centre of the Universe 2,800 years history is making it one of the oldest inhabited cities on the Earth. Because, like the phoenix, it is still alive after the ashes of the countless Persian, Greek, Arab, Mongolian or Russian invasions. It was the capital of half the world and the gigantic monuments of the Timurids period. Still the mosques, madrasahs, mausoleums with blue and fluted domes leave each traveller amazed.

Breakfast at the hotel.

Beginning the discoveries of the city of Samarkand. The unique Shakhi Zynda necropolis, the Afrasiab museum with its frescoes, dating back to the VII-VIII centuries, the observatory of Ulugbek (the rest of the sextant XV century with a small museum).

Lunch. The continuation of the visits: the famous place of Registan square, with the three madrasahs: Ulugbek (XV), Sherdor (XVII), Tillakori (XVII).

Dinner. Overnight at the hotel.

 Day 8. Samarkand

 Breakfast at the hotel.

 The continuation of the visits: The mosque of Bibi-Khanum (XIV-XV), the big market of Samarkand.

 Free time for shopping.Lunch.

The rest of visits the madrasah of Nodir Devonbegi (XVI century) which is outside of the city and Mausoleum of Guri Emir with the tombs of Amir Timur (well known in West as Tamerlane), his sons and grandsons.

Dinner. Overnight at the hotel.

 Day 9. Samarkand-Shakhrisabz-Samarkand (300km round trip)

 Shakhrisabz, the Green City, almost as old as Samarkand, has been existed for 2,700 years, a large city in Sogdiana which saw the birth of Timur the Great and where he built his gigantic summer palace.

Breakfast at the hotel.

Departure to Shakhrisabz, hometown of Amir Timur. The road with the landscape of mountains and hills. Visits: the Aksaray Palace (XIV-XV), the architectural complexes of Dorut Siadat and Dorut Tilavat (XIV –XV), whose construction was started by the order of Amir Timur and completed under the reign of Ulugbek.

Lunch at Shakhrisabz. Return to Samarkand with a stop in a typical village and the knowledge of the family-craftswoman who has managed to keep the traditional technique of making nomadic carpets with the special patterns of nomadic tribes. Family talk with tea. The rest of the road and arrival in Samarkand at the end of the afternoon.

Dinner.Overnight at the hotel

 Day 10. Samarkand-Tashkent (330 km)

  Tashkent, the present capital, is the largest city in Central Asia, the Gateway to the Orient, with its 2200 years of history, traditional architecture coexists with modern one. This is a green and airy city including lots of gardens with varied kind of trees.

Breakfast at the hotel.

The road to Tashkent. This road crosses the regions of Samarkand, Jizzakh, Syrdarya and Tashkent. The itinerary allows you to see the varied landscape with the mountains of Zarafshan and Turkistan, the chul steppe. During the Soviet period the desrert was transformed into cotton fields with a large network of artificial irrigation canals. Today we can see fields of wheat, the second most important crop after cotton.


 Installation at the hotel. Visits to the old city of Tashkent: the Kukeldash madrasah, the Khasti Imam complex with the Barak Khan madrasah, the Kaffal-Shashi mausoleum, the Tilla Sheikh mosque.

Last dinner at a restaurant in town. Overnight at the hotel.

 Day 11. Tashkent

  Breakfast at the hotel.

Visits to the Independence Square, Museum of Applied Arts, founded in 1938 in the former home of the first Russian diplomat in Turkistan and the Tashkent metro, the first line of which was inaugurated in 1. Currently the metro has four lines and is constantly rising.

Lunch in town.

Transfer to the airport .

End of our service.

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 for 2 persons 980$ each

 for 4 persons 765$ each

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Number of days: 11
Covered regions:
Taskhent region
Samarkand region
Bukhara region
Andijan region
Jizzakh region
Kashkadarya region
Navoi region
Namangan region
Syrdarya region
Surkhandarya region
Fergana region
Khorezm region
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