Tashkent - Kokand (by train)
Kokand - Rishtan - Fergana (by car)
Check out of the hotel and transfer to Tashkent railroad station
Departure from Tashkent to Kokand
Arrival at Kokand
Our driver and guide will meet you behind the gates of the Kokand Train station.
In Kokand we will visit the Kokand palace. the Jammi Mosque, Narbutabey, the Dasturkhanchi Madrassah, the Royal Cemetery and the Khaidarov Workshop
Lunch break (not included in price)
Further we go to Rishtan city which is famous with its ceramic , we go to the one workshop to see the whole process of producing ceramics.
There we will visit Rustam Usmanov's workshop and museum
Drive to Fergana
Transfer to hotel, accommodation, rest
Overnight at Fergana hotel
Fergana - Margilan - Kuva - Andijan (by car ) 100 km
Breakfast at hotel
Today we start or journey with the visit to Margilan city.
The city of Margilan is located 20 km from Fergana and is one of the oldest cities in the Fergana Valley. Since ancient times, Margilan was famous for its fine and fine silk and ikat patterns. The most famous landmark of the city of Margilan is "Yodgorlik" silk weaving factory. Visit master for the production of hand-woven fabric.
Also in Margilan you will visit (if it is Thursday or Sunday) - the Kumtepa Bazaar, the largest market of the Fergana Valley, stroll through the Central Bazaar - The Famous Bazaar "Kumtepa", with its abundance of satin and adrase fabric, where you can buy at a very low price.
The next stop is Kuva. In the early Middle Ages Kuva was a large trade and craft settlement where such crafts as pottery, art carving and jewellery making were highly developed.
And the last point for today is Andijan city.
Overnight in hotel at Andijan
Andijan - Namangan - Chust - Tashkent (by car) 283 km.
Breakfast at hotel
Today we start our visit with Namangan city. Among the Fergana valley cities Namangan, the homeland of Uzbek poet Mashrab, stands apart. Not far from Namangan there are the ruins of ancient town Aksikent. The archeological research proves that the town had the citadel and thick outer walls. The town possessed an advanced trade and handicraft industry.
Further we drive to Chust - famous for its skull-cap. In Chust every woman embroider skull-caps.
After visiting Chust we drive back to tashkent via Kamchik mountain pass. the highway at an elevation of 2.267 m above sea level, the only route connecting the Fergana Valley to the rest of Uzbekistan. On the way to Tashkent we shall have wonderful scenery of the mountain pass.
Transfer to your hotel in Tashkent
For a confirmed booking, a deposit of (10%) is required. Deposit is paid by credit card (secure payment via Stripe, no credit card fees). The remaining balance can be paid in cash upon start of the trip - unless Host & Traveler agree on different payment methods.
Cancellations can be made free of charge up to 30 days prior to the beginning of the booked service. The deposit (10%) is only refundable if the booking is canceled at least 30 days in advance.