Tashkent – Kokand – Rishtan – Fergana – Margilan – Osh- Bishkek – Karakol- Cholpon Ota- Bishkek – Tashkent – Khiva – Bukhara – Samarkand – Tashkent

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Sport casual


Day 1

 Arrival to Tashkent International Airport
 Meeting with the guide and transfer to the hotel
 Back to the hotel

Day 2

 Breakfast at the hotel
 Leisure time for rest after long travel
 13:00 Lunch at the local restaurant
 14:30 City tour around Tashkent – the capital of Uzbekistan. However, despite its age (2200 years), it is a modern city, the economic and cultural center of our country. During the excursion, we visit the Khazrati Imam complex, which includes the Hazrati Imam Mosque, Muyi Muborak Madrasah (where the hair of the Prophet Muhammad and the original of the Qur’an of Usman (644-648) is kept), Barak Khan Madrasah, Namazgoh Mosque and the Mausoleum of Hazrati Imam (Kaffal ash Shoshi). We will bargain with at the oldes t bazaar in Uzbekistan named Chorsu Bazaar, where you can buy traditional souvenirs and fruits.
 Dinner at the restaurant
 Overnight at the hotel

Day 3

 Breakfast at the hotel
 Check – out the hotel
 07:30 Drive to Kokand through Kamchik Mountain Pass to Kokand (287 km/ 5 hours)
 Visit Khudoyarkhan Palace. This is the palace of the last ruler of the Kokand Khanate, which was built in 1871. The best masters of
the khanate and neighboring possessions were involved in the construction of the palace. From the former grandeur of the palace, only 2 courtyards and 19 rooms have survived to this day; a local museum of local lore is located here, which tells about the former splendor of the powerful khanate. And Jami Mosque (Friday Mosque) with handicraft workshops inside the mosque. Visit Norbut Biy Madrasah.  Drive to Ok Yer village to the house of craftsman Bakhrom Aka to visit traditional Kyrgyz family manufacturing wool carpets.
 Drive to Rishtan to visit to the pottery workshop of Rustam Usmanov. The art of Rustam Usmanov is in perfect harmony with folk traditions. After graduating from the Tashkent Theater Institute, the master devoted a lot of time to studying the old Rishtan ceramic school from numerous books and museum collections. This helped him enrich his knowledge in ceramics and gradually develop his own original production style, freedom of composition and technological skills of his craftsmanship. The impeccability of his beautiful drawings and the richness of patterns gives each of his works a unique, hard-to-reproduce feature. His ceramic products are rightfully considered one of the best examples of the decorative art of Uzbekistan.
 After we will drive to Fergana city. Check-in the hotel
 Overnight

Day 4

 Breakfast at the hotel
 Visit Akhmad Al Fergani Park. Drive to Margilan city and visit Said Akhmad Khoja Madrasah. Have a walk on traditional market and continue to the silkworm factory “Yodgorlik”. This factory is famous for its production of silk all over the world. Here they are engaged in hand-dressing of silk according to ancient traditional technologies. Here you can not only watch the whole process of silk making and buy yourself something as a gift from an incredibly large selection of silk products
 16:30 Drive back to Fergana city
 Dinner and overnight at the hotel

Day 5

 Breakfast at the hotel
 10:00 Drive to the Uzbek-Kyrgyz border “Dostuk”.
 Meeting with the guide and driver at the Kyrgyzstan side
 Transfer to Osh city
 We have small excursion in Osh and see the Main Square of the region and . For more than one and a half millennia, Sulaiman was a beacon for travellers revered as a sacred mountain. Its five peaks and slopes contain numerous ancient places of worship and caves with petroglyphs as well as two largely reconstructed 16th century mosques. One hundred and one sites with petroglyphs representing humans and animals as well as geometrical forms have been indexed in the property so far.
 17:00 Transfer to the Airport for departure flight to Bishkek
 18:20 Departure to Bishkek
 19:00 Arrival to Bishkek. Transfer to the hotel
 Check in the hotel, dinner and overnight at the hotel

Day 6

 Breakfast at the hotel
 10:00 Departure to Karakol
 Our route will pass along the southern coast of Issyk-Kul Lake – the pearl of the Tien and the largest lake in Kyrgyzstan. Issyk-Kul translates as “hot lake”. The water temperature here does not drop to minus even in winter, so the lake never freezes. It is located at an altitude of 1,608 meters above sea level and ranks seventh in the list of the deepest lakes in the world.
 Along the way we visit Burana Tower – a large minaret in northern Kyrgyzstan. The tower, along with grave markers, some earthworks and the remnants of a castle and three mausoleums, is all that remains of the ancient city of Balasagun, which was established by the Karakhanids at the end of the 9th century. The tower was built in the 11th century and was used as a template for other minarets.
 After that visit Tokmok Sunday animals Bazaar (market)
 Visit Skazka canyon. The word “Skazka” directly translates to “fairy tale” from Russian, and yes, – it lives up to its name. Formed as a result of thousands of years of ice, water and wind erosion, this magnificent desert-like landscape has transformed into an array of sculptures and formations, where red spires of rock rise out of the earth and into the sky. It truly is a fairy tale.
 Transfer to the hotel and check-in
 At the hotel, we will have a Dungan dinner, during which you learn about the history and traditions of the Dungans. These are dishes that are exclusive to Kyrgyzstan and are prepared for tourists only on the territory of Karakol

Day 7

 Breakfast at the hotel
 09:00 Drive to Jeti-Oguz mountain gorge, the beauty of which will not leave you indifferent. We will also get acquainted with the unusual city of Karakol, where the cultural heritage of many peoples is carefully stored. There we see the merchant quarter and the monuments of wooden architecture: Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity and Dungan Mosque.
 Lunch at the local restaurant
 The day will end in the beautiful place of Ak-Suu (White Water), where we visit the natural thermal springs.
 For dinner, we will go to a Uighur family, where you get acquainted with the hospitality traditions of this wonderful people who moved to the territory of Kyrgyzstan at the end of the 19th century from the territory of northern China

Day 8

 Breakfast at the hotel
 We leave Karakol and move to the northern shore of Issyk-Kul Lake, to the city of Cholpon-Ata. Visit to the cultural center “Rukh Ordo” – is a unique open-air museum on the shore of Lake Issyk-Kul in Cholpon-Ata. The complex includes 10 mini museums: the «Aitmatov’s museum house», the «Kyrgyz art and culture Hall», the picture and photo galleries, «Sayakbay Karalayev’s arbor», the «Knowledge Treasure trove» and five chapels, each of them represents one of the world’s confessions , namely: Islam, Catholicism, Orthodoxy, Buddhism and Judaism, as a symbol of the fact that God is one for all.
 Transfer to the hotel anв check-in. Leisure time for rest and self-walking.
 Overnight at the hotel

Day 9

 Breakfast at the hotel
 09:00 Departure to Bishkek. We have a short city tour of the capital of Kyrgyzstan. See the Ala- Too Square – the central place of the capital with historical and modern buildings, governmental places and cultural statues. This is a place, where friends and guests meeting each other’s.
 14:00 Lunch at local restaurant
 16:00 Transfer to the airport
 18:40 Flight to Tashkent. Flight HY780
 19:00 Arrival to Tashkent
 Meeting at the airport with the driver and transfer to the hotel for check-in
 Dinner near by the hotel
 Overnight at the hotel

Day 10

 Breakfast at the hotel
 10:00 Today, we walk in the center part of Tashkent. Visit the Monument of Courage and Independent Square. Walk on Broadway Street where we may see paining gallery under the open sky.
 With this way, we reach to Amir Temur (Tamerlan) square – the heart of Tashkent. After that, go down to the Tashkent metro and admire the most beautiful stations
 Lunch at the local restaurant
 Leisure time at the hotel
 Overnight at the hotel

Day 11

 Breakfast at the hotel and check-out
 Today we fly to the city– museum under thу open sky – Khiva (1hour 20 min)
 Upon arrival visit the ruins of the ancient cities of Ayaz-Kala and Toprak-kala (2 hours)
 Ayaz-kala dates back to the II century AD and was one of the largest fortresses of Ancient Khorezm. According to legend, the name of this fortress is associated with the name of the legendary slave warrior Ayaz. Ayaz is a hero of Central Asian Turkic folklore. We will have a lunch at the yurt camp near Ayaz Kala.
 Toprak-kala in the III century AD was the capital of the ancient state of Khorezm. This fortress was opened in 1938 and during archaeological excavations coins, fragments of assuaries (funeral vessels of Zoroastrians), as well as magnificent examples of artistic culture were found: finely crafted ceramics, wool, silk fabrics, gold jewelry and a necklace of 300 beads made of glass, paste, amber, coral, shells.
 Drive to Khiva (2 hours 30 min), check-in the hotel
 Dinner at the local restaurant
 Overnight at the hotel

Day 12

 Breakfast at the hotel
 Today we have a fascinating tour. On the tour, we visit a city in the city – Ichan – Qala, the old part of the city. In this part of Khiva there are various buildings (the oldest of which belong to the XIV century), such as
fortifications, palaces, mosques, madrasas, mausoleums, minarets, caravanserais and even baths. Among the most famous monuments are the Kunya Ark, the old citadel, some of its parts belong to the V century, the Madrasah of Muhammad Amin Khan, the Kalta Minar minaret, the Tash Khauli Palace, the mausoleum of Pakhlvan Mahmud, as well as the minaret and the Islam-Khoja.
 Lunch will be in the heart of Ichan Qala
 And last, but not least: we walk through the streets outside of Ichan Qala and visit the reception palace of the last Shah of Khorezm with the Harem and the park named Nurullaboy
 Dinner on the terrace with a beautiful view
 Overnight at the hotel

Day 13.1

 07:00 Breakfast at the hotel
 07:30 Transfer to the Railway Station
 08:10 Departure to Bukhara by the tourist train
 14:36 Arrival to Bukhara
 Meeting with the driver and drive to the hotel
 Free time for self-walking (recommendations wan be provided)
 Overnight at the hotel

Day 13.2

 Breakfast at the hotel
 Free time for self-walking (recommendations can be provided)
 15:30 Transfer to the Railway Station
 16:22 Departure to Bukhara by the tourist train
 00:15 Arrival to Bukhara
 Meeting with the driver and drive to the hotel
 Overnight at the hotel

Day 14

 Breakfast at the hotel
 10:00 Today, the tour of Bukhara start from Lyabi –havuz, where Madrasah and Khanaka Nadira Divan-Begi and Kukeldash madrasah are grouped around a large artificial reservoir. Then we visit Magokki Attori Mosque, the madrasahs of Ulugbek and Abdulazizkhan, the Poi-Kalon ensemble, which is the central architectural complex of Bukhara. The ensemble includes three buildings of the XII-XVI centuries: the Kalon Mosque, the Kalon minaret and the Mir – i – Arab madrasah, which is still an active madrasah of Uzbekistan
 On the way, we stop for a degustation of Bukharian tea and coffee; relax in a cafe with colorful decorations
 Dinner at a local restaurant
 Overnight at the hotel

Day 15

 Breakfast at the hotel
 Check –out the hotel
 Continuing the tour of Bukhara. We will visit the Ark Fortress, which is located on a bulk hill, the height of which in some places reaches 20 m. The approximate area of the architectural and archaeological monument is 4.2 hectares. After we will clim to the Shukhov Water Tower built in 1927-1929. From its height, which is 40 m, there is a beautiful view of the Ark Fortress and the old part of Bukhara. We will also visit Chashma – Ayub, which translates as “the source of Job”, the Samanid Mausoleum and the summer residence of Sitor-i Mokhi Khosa – the palace of the last emir of Bukhara, which includes a white hall – the emir’s reception room for ambassadors, several guest houses and a detached Harem where wives and concubines lived.
 Lunch with master class of Plov cooking at the house ща miniature master Davron Toshev.
 After lunch, move to the Bukhara railway station from where we will take a high-speed train to the city of Amir Temur – Samarkand.
 15:50 Departure from Bukhara
 17:24 Arrival in Samarkand. Meeting at the train station and transfer to the hotel
 Overnight at the hotel

Day 16

 Breakfast at the hotel
 10:00 City tour of Samarkand. We visit Gur Emir Mausoleum (XIV-XV век), where Amir Temur (Tamerlan), the founder of great the founder of a huge empire in Central Asia and one of the most powerful states of the XIV century in the world, was buried. His spiritual teacher and some of his descendants also buried there. Then visit Registan Square, which is the symbol of the city and where Ulugbek Madrasah (XV century), Sherdor Madrasah (XVII century), Tilla -Qori Mosque (XVII century) are located
 After a dense lunch, we see the Ulugbek Observatory, Shakhi Zinda Necropolis and admire the beautiful view of the evening Samarkand from the observation deck!
 Dinner at the restaurant
 Overnight at the hotel

Day 17

 Breakfast at the hotel
 Check-out the hotel
 Continuation of the Samarkand city tour. In the morning, we visit the storehouse of silk carpets
-Khujum factory and admire the handmadecarpets made by the craftswomen ofSamarkand using the technologies of ourancestors from silk, wool and cotton.
Visit the St. Daniel’s Tomb
Lunch at the restaurant
Visit one of the most outstanding creations ofthe Timurids – the Bibi Khanum Mosque.The main cathedral mosque of the city of thepast centuries and finish your day by shoppingfor uzbek bread (non) and parvarda (nationalsweetness) at the famous Siab Bazaar
15:45 Transfer to the Samarkand RailwayStation
17:00 Departure to Tashkent by the fast train
19:10 Arrival to Tashkent
Transfer to the hotel and check-in
Overnight at the hotel

Day 18

Breakfast at the hotel
Check-out and transfer to the airport
Departure home
End of the tour!



Cost including:
1.Accommodation in twin room•3* hotels: single supplement +582.00 GBP•4* hotels: single supplement +675.00 GBP
2.Meals as showed at the present itinerary
3.Transport with AC (minivan up to 18 seats) as per present itinerary•2 Grand Starex minibuses (up to 8 seats) will be provided for moving through the Kamchik Pass to the Fergana Valley and along the Fergana Valley, since minibuses of larger capacity do not allow to pass through the Kamchik Pass
4.All transfers, pick and drop to/from the airports and railway stations in the cities
5.Train tickets Khiva – Bukhara by advanced class; Bukhara – Samarkand – Tashkent by the fast train for economy class
6.Local English speaking licensed guides in the cities as per present itinerary
7.Monuments entrance fees, as per the present itinerary
8.Water every day
9.Complimentary souvenirs and welcome drinks upon arrival to Tashkent on the 1st time
10.Complimentary degustation of Bukharian tea and coffee

Cost is not including:

*International ticket to Tashkent and back*International ticket from Bishkek to Tashkent: from 120.00 GBP(refundable with luggage)*Domestic ticket from Tashkent to Urgench: from 55.00 GBP (refundable with luggage)
*Meals: lunch and dinners, if it is not mention in the main cost
*Medical Insurance
*Tips for attendants. Tourism in the regions is very important and the main income for waiters,drivers and guides. Considering that wages in the regions are relatively low, they need additionalincome and will be very grateful for a tip.

1.We reserve the right to make changes in the program or replace excursions withoutchanging the amount of services provided
2.The cost of the tour will vary depending on the services confirmed
3.At the time of submitting this commercial offer, hotel rooms, transport, railway andair tickets were not booked.
4.Prices may vary depending on changes in fuel prices or in accordance with thelegislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan and of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan
Please note: We can only confirm the price if you will make the booking and prepayment of 30% for the year of 2023 before 25th of March 2023

Please, do not hesitate to contact us in case of any further assistance you may require.



3 stars hotels
Tashkent: Old Tashkent Hotel, Husma Hotel and SPA, Qushbegi Plaza, Corner Hotel, Gabrielle Hotel or equal
Fergana: Asia Fergana, Club 777 or equal
Bishkek: Madison Hotel or equal
Karakol: Madanur Hotel or equal
Chopon Ata: Kapriz Hotel or equal
Khiva: Zarafshan Boutique Hotel, Orient Star Hotel, Minor Hotel, Arkanchi Hotel or equal
Bukhara: Miniatura Hotel, Omar Khayyam Hotel, Malika Bukhara Hotel, Sultan Hotel or equal
Samarkand: Malika Prime Hotel, Minor Hotel, Bibi Hanum Boutique Hotel, Sangzor Hotel, Gur Emir Hotel or equal

8 pax +1 FOC 10 pax +1 FOC
2,078.00 GBP 1,894.00 GBP

4 stars hotels
Tashkent: Ichan Qala Hotel, Hampton by Hilton Hotel, Ateca Suites Hotel, Mercury Hotel or equal
Fergana: Asia Fergana, Club 777 or equal
Bishkek: Madison Hotel or equal
Karakol: Madanur Hotel or equal
Chopon Ata: Kapriz Hotel or equal
Khiva: Asia Hotel, Zarafshan Boutique Hotel, Orient Star Hotel or equal
Bukhara: Asia Hotel, Mercury Hotel, Shakhriston Hotel, Miniatura Hotel or equal
Samarkand: Hilton Garden Inn Hotel, Dilimah Hotel, Konstantin Hotel, Royal or equal

8 pax +1 FOC 10 pax +1 FOC
2,297.00 GBP 2,126.00 GBP


3 stars hotels

8 pax +1 FOC 10 pax +1 FOC
2,078.00 GBP 1,894.00 GBP

4 stars hotels

8 pax +1 FOC 10 pax +1 FOC
2,297.00 GBP 2,126.00 GBP