Tour to Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan for 15 days.

Tour Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan for 15 days.

We offer a combined tour of Uzbekistan with historical cities full of unprecedented legends and Kyrgyzstan with incredible natural landscapes and wonderful, sincere people.

The combined tour of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan will last 15 days and includes visiting the cities of Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Vabkent, Gijduvan, Khiva, Bishkek, Issyk-Kul lake, and Karakol.

Tour program in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.

Arrive in Tashkent at 01:30, meet at the airport and transfer to the hotel. The rest of the day is free.

Breakfast at the hotel. Check out from the hotel with luggage, and meet with a guide who will introduce the city's best and most exciting places. The program of excursions in Tashkent includes Hasti-Imam Square, where the majestic mausoleums, and madrassas, with a library filled with ancient, unique, priceless historical books, present the famous Koran of Usman for a display to visitors. Also, a walk through the oldest part of Tashkent through the famous Chorsu bazaar to see friendly people living an ordinary life. Here at the bazaar, will be an opportunity to buy souvenirs for gifts or taste delicious Uzbek national dishes in the famous pavilion of national cuisine. After a busy day, depart to Samarkand by fast Spanish train "Afrasiab". Upon arrival, dinner at an excellent restaurant and then transfer to the hotel to sleep and prepare for the next day of the city tour in Samarkand.

At the end of a hot and nutritious breakfast in the hotel restaurant, мeet with a local guide around Samarkand to go on a journey through the unique corners of Samarkand. Tour in Samarkand includes visiting Registan Square with three madrasahs of Ulugbek, Sherdor and Tilla-Kari, walking through Gur-Emir, Rukhabad and Ak-Saray mausoleums, mosque Bibi-Khanum, on the Siab bazaar, Shakhi-Zinda ensemble with narrow streets. Also, excursion to the famous mausoleum of Khoja Daniyar, revered by representatives of three religions, to the Afrasiab Museum, which tells about the history of the city of Samarkand, and to the Ulugbek observatory, thanks to which ancient Samarkand was considered a scientific centre. After all the visits, dinner with a master class on cooking Samarkand pilaf in the national house with a Samarkand family.

Breakfast, check out from the hotel with luggage, meet with the driver and drive to Bukhara with stops in Gijduvan and Vabkent. Gijduvan is famous for its ceramic products and delicious barbecue. Stop in Gijduvan to visit pottery, participate in a ceramics master class, and see the cemetery where Abdulkhalik Gijduvan, a famous Sufi mystic and founder of the Khojgaon order, is buried. The next stop before Bukhara will be in Vabkent to see the original and unique minaret. Upon arrival in Bukhara, accommodation in a booked hotel room for rest. Next, a walk along the streets of the old city, shrouded in legends, and dinner in a teahouse near a beautiful pond with Bukhara dishes.

Hot breakfast at the hotel restaurant in the morning. Further, the tour of Bukhara includes a visit to the old fortress walls and the Chashma-Ayub mausoleum with a holy spring; the appearance of the spring, according to legend, is associated with the biblical prophet Job. A pure and cold spring always flows here, a sip that heals diseases. The tour of Bukhara also includes visits to the Ark fortress, the ancient Zindan prison, the Poi-Kalon ensemble, consisting of the Kalyan minaret and mosque, and the Miri-Arab madrasah. An exciting activity will be walking through the trading domes: Toki Zargaron, Toki-Tilpak Furushon and Toki Saraffon. After this, acquaintance with two famous madrasahs - Ulugbek and Abdullazizkhan, the Lyabi-Hauz ensemble popular among tourists and residents, and the Bukhara Synagogue. After the tour, dinner at the Dalon restaurant.

After a delicious breakfast, continue an exciting tour of the magnificent Bukhara. Today, the tour program includes the Chor-Minor minaret, the memorial complex of Bahkhaudin Nakshbandi, the country summer palace Exquisite Star of the Moon and the Chor-Bakr necropolis. This cemetery is called the Four Brothers or, more commonly, the City of the Dead. This loud nickname did not appear by chance. Here are the burial places of sheikhs and the cemetery, its streets and courtyards strewed with family tombstones and dakhmas. Afternoon free. In the evening, dinner at a hospitable family with a master class on cooking authentic "Bukhara pilaf".

Breakfast, check-out from the hotel with luggage, meeting with the driver and departure to Khiva through the Kyzylkum desert, which translates to "red sand". Stopping in the middle of the road to enjoy wildlife views, listen to the gentle rustle of the wind, and admire the Amu Darya River from afar. Upon arrival in Khiva, check into a hotel in the Ichana-Qala fortress, included in the UNESCO heritage list. The day will end with dinner at a local restaurant with the Khan's dishes, Tuhum-Barak.

After breakfast, with a local guide in Khiva, visit the following historical and architectural buildings inside the fortress of Ichan-Kala. List of objects for visits; Muhammad Aminkhan madrassah, Kalta-Minar minaret, the ancient fortress of Kunya Ark and the citadel of Ichan-Kala, the madrasah of Muhammad Rakhimkhan is one of the largest madrasahs in all of Central Asia. This is an indicator of how much the construction of the city of Khiva went ahead in its time. Next, a tour of the baths of Anush Khan, the gates of Palvan Darvaza, the caravanserai, the magnificent palace of Tash-Khauli and other sights of the Ichana-Kala fortress. The whole day will be an eventful visit due to the numerous madrasas, mosques and mausoleums. Their architecture is fascinating, and you can admire them endlessly. Finally, dinner at the Khan's summer residence in Toza-Bog with a folklore show will complete this wonderful day in Khiva.

Breakfast, check-out from the hotel with luggage, transfer to Urgench airport and boarding the flight to Tashkent. Upon returning to Tashkent, meet at the airport, and transfer to the hotel to relax after an internal flight. Then continue the tour in Tashkent, accompanied by a local guide. Today's sightseeing tour of Tashkent includes Mustaqillik Square, the Opera and Ballet Theatre, Peoples' Friendship Square, the Museum of Applied Arts and the Courage Monument, which was erected in memory of the tragic events of the Tashkent earthquake. Tashkent's city tour will end at Amir Temur Square, a favourite place for citizens, especially young people and students. Here people relax on the lawns and walk among the alleys and fountains. Finally, an unforgettable dinner will occur at the excellent Sim-Sim restaurant.

Free day until the flight from Tashkent to Bishkek. Check-out from the hotel room with luggage until noon. Transfer from the hotel to the airport for the flight to Bishkek at 15:05. Arrive in Bishkek at 17:15 and transfer to the hotel for check-in and rest. Dinner in a local restaurant.

Breakfast. Check-out from the hotel with luggage, beginning of a sightseeing tour of Bishkek, including Ala-Too Square with the State Historical Museum, the Flagstaff and the monument to Lenin. Then a walk through Oak Park, one of the favourite places of the citizens, and Victory Square. After a tour of Bishkek, departure to the northern shore of Lake Issyk-Kul. Upon arrival at Issyk-Kul, accommodation at the hotel for rest and dinner.

In the morning, breakfast after check-out from the hotel, departure to Karakol, and stops to visit the petroglyphs and the local history museum in Cholpon-Ata. Arrival in Karakol before accommodation at the hotel, visiting the Przewalski Museum, Dungan Mosque and the Orthodox Church. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Bel-Tam yurt camp on the southern shore of Issyk-Kul Lake. On the way, visit the Jeti-Oguz gorge, with the famous red rocks "Broken Heart" and "Seven Bulls". Also in the program are visits to the Barskoon waterfall and the Skazka Canyon. Finally, arrive at the yurt camp, accommodation for dinner and overnight.

After breakfast, transfer to Bishkek. On the way, stop to watch a demonstrative hunt with a golden eagle for a rabbit for an additional fee (cost of $ 100 per group). Then visit the Burana tower (XI century), located about 80 km from Bishkek. The tower is part of the history of the Silk Road. The 11th-century building is all that remains of the ancient city of Balasagun. Arrival in Bishkek accommodation at the hotel. Dinner in a local restaurant.

Transfer to the airport for the flight home.

Price for 1 pax
Accommodation in 3* Hotel
Double/twin room
Single room
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Prices valid until: 31.12.2023

Included / Not Included

Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan tour includes

  • accommodation in a standard double/twin room;
  • meals according to program (breakfast and dinner);
  • all excursions according to the program, with local guides in English;
  • the 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;
  • folklore show in Khiva;
  • train ticket Tashkent - Samarkand economy class;
  • flight ticket Urgench – Tashkent economy class;
  • flight ticket Tashkent - Bishkek economy class;
  • visa support to Uzbekistan and Kyrgystan (if necessary).

Not Included

Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan tour excludes

  • early check-in and late check-out from the hotels (except for the day of arrival in Tashkent);
  • excess baggage, which is more than 20 kg;
  • personal cash expenses;
  • travel insurance;
  • visa cost to Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.

What else?

Included hotels