Uzbekistan private tour includes a ten-day fantastic trip.

Uzbekistan private tour.

Uzbekistan's private tour includes ten days with unique and ancient unforgettable places in Uzbekistan, where tourists worldwide dream of taking pictures.

Old Madrasah in Tashkent, where the priceless relic of the Koran of Caliph Osman is carefully stored, the ship cemetery in Muynak, the Savitsky Museum in Nukus, the UNESCO-protected cities Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand in our ten days Uzbekistan private tour.

Uzbekistan private tour includes sights in Tashkent, Nukus, Muynak, Toprak-Kale, Ayaz-Kale, Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand with half board with all ground transfers with best price and services.

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Uzbekistan private tour.

Arrive in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, the largest city in Central Asia, meet at the airport, transfer to the hotel. Before checking into the room, a briefing on the upcoming tour of Uzbekistan will take place in the lobby of the hotel. Сompany representative will once again tell about the trip to Uzbekistan and provide details of the Uzbekistan tour. Тhen follow check-in, rest and dinner at the hotel restaurant.

Breakfast at the hotel, check-out, departure to the airport of Tashkent city for flight to Nukus. Arrive at Nukus airport, meet with the driver, transfer to the museum named after I.V. Savitsky, where a unique collection of paintings by Russian artists exhibits. Leading art critics call this museum "Louvre in the Steppe" or "Museum in the Desert". The collection of the museum has about 90,000 exhibits. According to the world's best experts, this particular collection has become the best work of art in the Asian region. After visiting the museum, drive to the city of Muynak to see the "ship graveyard", which is the remains of abandoned ships. Return to Nukus after visiting and shooting unique photos for accommodation and dinner at the hotel.

Breakfast, check-out from the hotel, trip to Khiva by transport, on the way to this fantastic city with centuries of history, a stop at a yurt camp for lunch with exquisite and delicious dishes of the region. After lunch, ride a camel in the desert, visit the ruins of the Toprak-Kala and Ayaz-Kala fortresses, then transfer to Khiva. Upon arrival, accommodation at the hotel, dinner at a local restaurant in Khiva with native Khorezm dishes.

Breakfast, meeting with a certified local guide in the hotel's lobby, the beginning of a walking tour in Ichan-Kala, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A city tour of Khiva includes historical sights located among narrow streets, such as the Kalta minaret, erected in the 19th century, without which it is impossible to imagine Khiva, which hundreds of tourists come to see. The Kunya Ark complex, from where you can see the whole of Khiva from a bird's-eye view. The Juma mosque with 212 unique columns, the Palvan-Mahmud architectural complex, Shergazi-Khan madrasah, Islam-Khoja minaret with the madrasah of the same name, Tash-Khauli palace, Anush-khan's bathhouse, the city walls of Ichan-Kala with a length of 2.5 km. And this is not the whole list of objects that planned to visit in Khiva. After the end of the excursion in Khiva, a delicious dinner, accompanied by an original folklore show, will take place at the residence of the Khiva khans, Toza-Bog.

Breakfast at the hotel, check-out from the hotel, drive to Bukhara, a fascinating route will pass through the dunes of the Kyzylkum desert. On the way, stop to see the Amudarya River and shoot the fauna and flora of the endless desert. Upon arrival in Bukhara, check-in to the hotel for a short rest. In the afternoon, walk through the tangled streets of the fabulous and ancient city of Bukhara with a local guide. Dinner will take place in a national teahouse located on the shore of a pond among centuries-old trees in the famous Lyabi-Khauz square.

Breakfast at the hotel, and then begins the most exciting a walking tour in Bukhara, accompanied by a local professional guide. There is something to see and wonder about Bukhara. A city tour in Bukhara includes the Samanid mausoleum, the Chashma-Ayub mausoleum, with the sacred spring. The Bolo-Khauz mosque with a pond, Ark fortress, the Khoja-Zainutdin complex, the Poi-Kalon ensemble consisting of the minaret, mosque and operating Miri-Arab madrasah. Also, a tour in Bukhara includes trade domes, the oldest Bukhara synagogue, the Magoki-Attari mosque, the favourite place Lyabi-Khauz ensemble with a monument to Nasreddin Khoja, which brings good luck. At the end of the city tour in Bukhara, there will be a dinner in a hospitable family with a master class on cooking Bukhara pilaf consisting of rice, meat, onions, carrots and specially pressed oil.

As usual, breakfast at the hotel, check-out, drive to Samarkand. Upon arrival to the magnificent Samarkand, check-in to the hotel for short rest. Then a guided tour in Samarkand begins with the best local guide. The highlights of Samarkand amaze the human imagination, and it is not for nothing that thousands of tourists come to Samarkand every year. City tour Samarkand includes Registan Square with a magnificent architectural complex, the Gur-Emir mausoleum (tomb of Tamerlane and the heirs of the empire). Also the mausoleum of Rukhabad and the mausoleum of AkSaray. Tour in Samarkand will provide a lot of new and unforgettable sensations today. In the evening, dinner at a restaurant Karimbek with delicious kebabs.

Вreakfast, check-out from the hotel with luggage, continue city tour Samarkand with a visit to the Bibi-Khanum mosque, Siab Bazaar, the Shahi-Zinda ensemble, the mausoleum of Khoja Daniyar, the Khazret-Khyzr mosque, the Afrasiab Museum and Ulugbek observatory. At the end excursion in Samarkand, transfer to the train station for departure with Afrasiab train to Tashkent at 17:00. At 19:00, arrive in Tashkent, meet and transfer to the Al-Aziz restaurant for dinner, then to the hotel for rest.

The day begins with breakfast, after which a city tour with a local guide will introduce Tashkent. A city tour in Tashkent includes the Hasti-Imam complex, located in the old district of Tashkent, where the kept Koran Caliph Osman in the Muyi Muborak madrasah. This unique manuscript consists of 353 sheets of antique parchment and represents the original collection of the Koran. Also, a city tour in Tashkent includes a walk through the Chorsu bazaar, a visit to the Kukeldash madrasah, a trip by metro to Mustakilik station with stops at the stations, a walk from Mustakillik Square to the Opera house, with a stop at the Ramanovs' palace. In addition, visits the Museum of Applied Arts and a walk along Amir Temur Square with Sayilgoh Street, where local artists sell original drawings for ridiculous money. Finally, a farewell dinner will occur at the Sharshara (waterfall) restaurant, a popular riverside restaurant.

Breakfast, check-out from the hotel, meet with the driver in the hotel lobby, transfer to the Islam Karimov airport for a flight home, and end the ten-day tour Uzbekistan private tour.

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Prices valid until: 31.12.2023

Included / Not Included

Uzbekistan private tour includes

Both options include:
  • accommodation in a standard double/twin room;
  • train tickets TashkentBukhara and Bukhara - Samarkand, economy class;
  • meals according to program (breakfast, lunch and dinner);
  • all excursions according to the program, with local guides in English (if necessary, a guide provided in German, Spanish, Italian, French, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Russian languages);
  • cost of entrance tickets, according to the program;
  • air-conditioned transport for excursions and all transfers;
  • one bottle of mineral water (1.5 litres) per person for each tour day;
  • photo & video costs during the city tour program;
  • a folklore show in Khiva;
  • visa support to Uzbekistan (if necessary).

Uzbekistan private tour excludes

Important! Both options excludes:
  • early check-in and late check-out from the hotels;
  • personal cash expenses;
  • excess baggage, which is more than 20 kg;
  • travel insurance;
  • visa cost to Uzbekistan.

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