Such a different Uzbekistan

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Uzbekistan is a land of unique combination of ancient culture, great historical value and fascinating natural beauty. Samarkand and Bukhara have already celebrated their centuries-old anniversaries. These cities, located on the tracks of the Great Silk Road, like precious gems, absorbed all the originality and unique beauty of the region.

Getting to know each of the historical and cultural monuments of these cities will allow to learn deeper the history and original culture of Uzbekistan.

This tour will also allow you to feel like a medieval nomad, having spent the night in a yurt and ride on a camel — Ship of the desert.

Start of the tour: Bukhara Accommodation: 3 stars.
End of tour: Samarkand Tour category: Historical tours, Sightseeing tours.
Duration: 4 days / 3 nights Сities: Bukhara, Samarkand.
  • Day 1: Bukhara

    Arrival in Bukhara.

    Transfer to the hotel.


    Night in Bukhara.

  • Day 2: Bukhara


    Sightseeing in Bukhara.

    "While light falls onto the ground from above throughout the world, in Bukhara it goes up from the ground!". Bukhara, "Pearl of the Orient", is one of the most ancient cities of the East. During excursion you will see such monuments as: Samanids Mausoleum (IX-X cc.); Chashma-Ayub – "well" or "spring" of Job (XIV c.); Bolo-Khauz mosque (XVIII c.); Ark – residence of the rulers (I-XX cc.).

    After break for lunch excursion will be continued through the following monuments: Poyi Kalon (on the feet of the “Great”) architectural ensemble which consists of Kalon Minaret (XII c.) and mosque (XV c.), Miri- Arab Madrasseh (XVI c.); trade domes built in the XVI c, where bazaars of handicraft products are located and now days. Famous Bukharian carpets, silver jewelry, black smith and many other things are sold there.

    Lyabi-Khauz architectural ensemble (XVI-XVII cc.) consisted of the mosque-khonakoh, Nadir Devon-Begi Madrasseh (XVII c.), Kukeldash Madrasseh (XVI c.) built around water reservoir (hauz).

    Night in yurt camp.

  • Day 3: Samarkand


    Moving to Aydarkul.

    Swimming, fishing (on season).

    Picnic on the shore of the lake.

    Return to the camp.

    Departure to Samarkand.

    Arrival in Samarkand.

    Hotel accommodation.


    Night in Samarkand.

  • Day 4: Samarkand


    Sightseeing. Samarkand is the most famous city in Central Asia. Its history is ove 2500 years old. "The shining Point of the Globe", "Rome of the Orient" and "Garden of Righteous Men" are some of the epithets which were awarded the city by poets and philosophers in various times. Shahi-Zinda memorial ensemble (XI-XIX cc.) a site of pilgrimage visited since the XI century. Observatory of Ulughbek (XV c.). St. Daniel Mausoleum (XIV c), Bibi Khanum mosque.


    Registan Square (XV-XVII cc) is a traditional center of the city. Gur Emir Mausoleum (XV c) is a Mausoleum ofTamerlane, one of the greatest conquerors in the history.

    Transfer to airport.


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