- Tour Highlights
- Price & Dates
Now till February 29, 2024
- Accommodation at mentioned hotels on double share basis
- Transportation per program in comfortable a/c transport with professional drivers
- Breakfasts at the hotels
- Bukhara-Tashkent economy class bullet train ticket
- Daily two bottles of 0.5l water per person
- Escort English / Bahasa speaking guide for entire tour
- Visa consular fees and processing expenses
- Photo and video charges at sights
- All lunches and dinners per program
- nternational air tickets to / out of Tashkent
- Extras, not indicated in inclusions
- Day 1
- Day 2
- Day 3
- Day 4
- Day 5
- Day 6
- Day 7
Wed / Sat : Arrive Tashkent
Arrival to Tashkent international airport is at 17:00, meet by your escort guide. Transfer to your hotel, check in and overnight.
Thu / Sun: Tashkent – Samarkand (350 km)
After breakfast today you will visit Independence Square. Then you will have a chance to walk along the local Broadway, a walking street between Independence Square and Amir Timur Square. After this visit, you can take a ride on the famous Tashkent metro, among the most beautiful subways in the world. The first line was opened in 1977. You will visit the old part of the city, which includes Chorsu Bazaar, Kukaldash Madrasah, and the Hast Imam complex, which consists of several madrasahs, mosques, and mausoleums. The highlight of its exhibits is the Othman Quran, which is the world’s oldest Quran copy, dating back to the 8th century. The Quran belonged to Othman Ibn Affan, the Third Caliph (of the four righteous Caliphs who succeeded the prophet Muhammad). Later afternoon transfer to Samarkand is by car. Overnight is at the hotel.
Fri / Mon : Samarkand
After breakfast at hotel today, proceed to Samarkand. Samarkand is situated in the valley of the river Zerafshan. & it is the second largest city in Uzbekistan.
Today you will visit its most outstanding sights, such as Registan Square, Shakhi-Zindeh, Mausoleum of Guri Emir and national bazaar. Registan Square, a complex of three fascinating Madrasahs dating back to the 15th and 17th centuries, is the main highlight of Samarkand and no one can stop admiring its beauty and majesty. The architectural complex of Shakhi-Zindeh represents a large collection of mausoleums dating back to the 11th–15th centuries, being a part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After that, you can walk along the local Broadway, surrounded by souvenir shops, teahouses, sweets, and workshops. Then you can visit the national bazaar, Siab, an oriental bazaar, where it is easy to find Uzbek traditional handmade products and local sweets. Overnight is at the hotel.
Sat / Tue : Samarkand – Gijduvan – Bukhara
After breakfast, we will start our way to Bukhara. On the way, we will stop over at Gijduvan village to visit a famous private pottery workshop. The Gijduvan ceramics school has deep roots. The skills have been passed from father to son, from generation to generation. Today, Gizhduvan is home to the sixth generation of potters from the Narzullayev family, which has glorified Gijduvan school ceramics all over the world. The Gijduvan School of ceramics is distinguished by a geometric pattern. Green and blue colors prevail in the decoration of products. Afterwards, we continued driving to Bukhara. Overnight is at the hotel.
Sun / Wed : Bukhara
After breakfast today, you will have a full-day city tour of this fascinating city. At first, you will visit the most ancient citadel in Bukhara, dating back to the 4th century, named Citadel Ark. Then you will see the Samanids' mausoleum, a real masterpiece of architecture of the 9th–10th century. Then you have a chance to walk along the shopping domes and visit one of the most famous madrasahs in Bukhara called Nodir Divan Begi, which is also a part of the Lyabi House Ensemble, the famous central sightseeing of Bukhara. The tour will end with a visit to the Poi Kalon complex.
Overnight is at the hotel
Mon / Thu: Bukhara – Tashkent (train)
After breakfast ,proceed for a sightseeing tour in the surrounding area of Bukhara. First, you will visit the Bahauddin Naqshbandi complex, located a few kilometers from Bukhara. It is a memorial complex for a famous Sufi leader and philosopher and one of the Muslim pilgrimage places for all people of the Islamic world. Sheikh Bakhauddin Nakshbandi was one of the spiritual masters of Amir Timur. Today, the complex consists of the mosques of Kushbegi and Muzafarohana, a courtyard with a pool, a madrasah, and the burial vaults of Bukhara rulers and Dakhma, upon the tomb of Saint Bakhauddin Nakshbandi. After excursions, we will transfer to Bukhara railway station to depart for Tashkent. Overnight is at the hotel.
Tues / Fri : Depart Tashkent – Chimgan Mountains – Tashkent Airport
After breakfast, you will be transfered to the Chimgan Mountains. Upon arrival, you will have a chair lift to reach the top to see Beldersay peak, 30 min one-way. You will have some free time here to walk around and enjoy nature. On the way back; you will stop over at Charvak lakeside beach for free time and your own water activities (as per season). Charvak is an artificial lake and a popular resort in the Tashkent region, and thousands of holidaymakers from all over Uzbekistan and neighboring countries visit the reservoir. At the end of the day, they return to Tashkent. Transfer to airport and flight home.
End of tour
~ Visit Independence Square.
~ A ride on the famous Tashkent metro, among the most beautiful subways in the world.
~ Visit Samarkand second largest city in Uzbekistan
~ Visit the most ancient citadel in Bukhara, dating back to the 4th century,
|No Of Pax||Standard Category||Superior Category||-||-|
|2 pax||RM 4,730||RM 5,240|
|4 pax||RM 3,590||RM 4,110|
|6 pax||RM 3,170||RM 3,720|
|8 pax||RM 3,075||RM 3,620|
|10 pax||RM 2,750||RM 3,300|
|Single Supplement||RM 590||RM 1,050|
182 Dombrabad St, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Our modern hotel, located close to the Almazar metro station , offers the best value for money among Tashkent hotels. The hotel offers its guests 44 comfortable rooms and suites, with free Wi-Fi. Accommodation in spacious rooms, excellent breakfast and cozy atmosphere will make your stay perfect.
4, 6 улица Кулолтупрок, Tashkent 100100, Uzbekistan
The MILAN TASHKENT hotel is located on one of the most comfortable streets in Tashkent. Everything is close here: from the airport and train station, to respectable restaurants, cafes and shopping centers. But at the same time, it is comfortably hidden from such an active street as the name of Shota Rustaveli. This is exactly the case when it is very secluded, but surrounded by events. Here, in Italian, everything is done with taste, but at the same time modern and modest. A large parking lot with 30 spaces can also accommodate a tour bus of 49 people.
H. Porso Street 4, 200104, Uzbekistan
Hotel "Porso" opened and began accepting guests in February 2012, it is located in the center of old town, next to the Lyabi Hauz. Location is in walking distance from the bigger sights.
9 Khakikat St, Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Unique location in the historical part of Bukhara city makes this newly built private hotel as a great choice for travelers. Omar Khayam is a luxury hotel built in national style located right next to the historical monuments of Bukhara: Poi Kalyan ensemble, Toki Zargaron and Toki Telpakfurushon trading domes, Mirzo Ulugbek Mosque, Abdulazizkhan Mosque, and trade hall of Tim Abdullakhan. This modern but characteristic hotel is centrally located and, as mentioned, is very close to all the major monuments of the ancient Bukhara. As this part of the city is only for pedestrians the place is really quiet.
37 Abdulla Hamraev Street, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
In this newly built private hotel you can see the best samples of the Uzbek wood carving. There are 26 rooms in the hotel. Also, the hotel has a small courtyard with national benches called “supa”, where you can have breakfast or just relax and drink a cup of tea. The hotel is also famous by its cooking of Uzbek cuisine.
MX5C+7FP, Imom Al-Bukhoriy St, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
Diyora hotel is built in historical center of Samarkand city, a few-minute-walk from city’s remarkable monuments as Registan Square and Gur-Emir Mausoleum. It is at a street corner, with not so many traffics. However, it is walkable to Registan (about 10-15 minutes) south and to Central Bazaar to the north (also about 10-15). However, there is no interesting thing to see right around the hotel.The hotel itself is comfortable but does not offer much else. The elegant three-storey hotel has 43 standard rooms. There is a conference hall, fitness center, open-air swimming pool, and also a gift shop at the Hotel, where you can buy something for memory about trip around Uzbekistan.