An opportunity of visiting most visited sights of Uzbekistan!
Day 1 Tashkent
Meet your driver at the Tashkent International Airport and you start to travel, first you visit the complex of Khast-Imam, there is the Barakkhan Madrasa, the Kaffal Chachi Mausoleum, the Namazgakh Mosque and the Medersa Mu'i Mouborak. At the Madrasah Muborak there are more than 20,000 manuscripts and the sacred book of Muslims the Koran of Usman. Then you continue to Tchorsu Market and Medersa Kukaldach, visit the Museum of Applied Art, walk to Indepandance Square, Amir Temour Square and Broadway Street. Night at the hotel.
Day 2 Tashkent- Nukus
The morning flight. visit the Savitsky Karakalpakistan Art Museum. The museum houses an exhibition of applied art objects from Karakalpak and the second largest collection of avant-garde Russian art in the world. Go on a tour of the Aral Sea through the Usturt plateau. The distance to the water line of the Aral Sea is 450 km and the journey takes about 8 to 9 hours. Cross the Kungrad district, which was one of the shopping centers of the Silk Road. Arrive in the afternoon at the Aral Sea. Stay the tent. Dinner in the camp. Night at the tent
Day 3 Ustyurt-Muynak-Nukus
Return to Nukus. You can take pictures to admire the collapsed lands and beautiful canyons. Drive on the dry bottom of the sea. Decide to Muynak to take a look at the old harbor with the ships abandoned in the sand: the "shipyard". In Muynak, visit the local history museum. Picnic lunch. On the way to Nukus, stop at the Mizdakhan Memorial Complex and Gyaur-Kala Fortress. Arrival in Nukus. Night at the hotel
Day 4 Nukus - Khiva
Breakfast at the hotel. Head to the fortresses on the road, take pictures and approach Tchilpyk Kala - the Tower of Silence. This round building has a diameter of 70 meters and a height of 15 meters. Drive to Toprak Kala, have lunch and explore Toprak Kala fortresses - the most impressive fortress in the region covering one and a half hectares and located in the middle of desert fields. The construction extends from the 1st century BC. BC in the 4th century AD It was the capital of ancient Khorezm. Two kilometers are visible on the ruins of the fortress Kizil Kala - a garrison of the capital. Drive to Khiva. Dinner and overnight in Khiva.
Day 5 Khiva
Khiva is a most historical city of Uzbekistan. After breakfast start your trip to Khiva. Visit to the Fortress of Ichan Kala World Heritage Site. In Itchan Kala explore Sayid Alauddin mausoleum, Khodjan Berdi medersa, Kukhna-Ark, Arab-Mukhammadkhan madrassah, Abdullakhan medersa, Oq-Masjide mosque, Shergazikhan madrassah, Juma mosque, Allakulikhan medresa, Tosh-Khovli Square, Pakhlavon Makhmud Mausoleum, Islom-Khoja Minaret. Enjoy a dinner and spend the night at the hotel.
Day 6 Khiva - Bukhara
You will travel through the desert of KizilKoum (Red Sand). Before, the Kyzilkum desert was the main silk path. Some stops are planned for the photos and for lunch in one of the "Chaykhana" - oasis cafe. The special beauty of the Central Asian desert plunges us back to the days of the caravaneers who crossed this sea of sand on a camel.
Arrival in Bukhara towards the end in the afternoon.
First immersion in Bukhara. Dinner in a traditional restaurant.
Night in Bukhara
Day 7 Bukhara
After breakfast drive to Bukhara (4 hours). Most of Bukhara's centers of interest are concentrated in the old city of Chakhristan and can be visited on foot. Visited to the ensemble of Lyabi-Khauz, there exists, the medersa of Nodir Devan begui, the medersa of Tchor Minar the Khanakakh of Nodir Devan begui. the Ismaïl Samani Mausoleum, the oldest building in the city and one of the most beautiful jewels of Uzbekistan, then the mausoleum Tchachma Ayoub, the Bola Khaouz ensemble and the Citadel of Ark. The symbol of the emirate of Bukhara stands in all its majesty on the place of Reghistan and remembers the terror of the time Manguit. Home to the lords of Bukhara, the Ark is as old as Bukhara itself. Folk dance in the medersa Nadir Divan Begui.
Day 8 Bukhara-Gijduvan - Nurata- Aydar Lake - Yurt Camp
We leave at 9 o'clock in the morning for the village of Abou-Abdulloh Giovani - Guijdovan (70 km), famous for its beautiful ceramics. Then, you go to the desert. On the way, visit Nourata to climb the hill of Alexander the Great, visit the sacred source "Tchachma" and the mosque Nomozgokh. Lunch at the local inhabitant. To watch the sunset in the desert arriving at the yurt camp. Ride on a camel in the desert. Night in the yurt that private for two people
Day 9 Yurts - Ashraf
After breakfast, prepare your camera and start taking photos while enjoying the natural landscape that Achraf has to offer. Option of hiking in the mountains and lunch at the guest house and drive to Samarkand. Arrival in Samarkand in the evening and check in at the hotel
Day 10 Samarkand
Samarcand is called the Pearl of the East and a most historical city of Uzbekistan. You begin to explore the mausoleum of Amir Temour. This building was built by Amir Temour for his grandson Muhammad Sultan, in the mausoleum there are the tombs of Amir Temour, Mir Said Baraka (the master of Amir Temour), Ulugbek and others. Continue trip to Reguistan Square. On the spot there are 3 medersa: the medersa of Ulugbek, the medersa of Tillakori, the medersa of Cherdar. After, you will go to the Bibikhanum mosque, the Siab market, the Ulugbek observatory. Night at the hotel
Day 11 Samarkand - Tashkent
After breakfast start travel the nekropolis Shakhi-Zinda, after you will go to the Khazrat-Khizr mosque, the ancient city of Afrasiab and Afrasiab museum, at the carpet factory.
Then visit a paper factory in the village Koniguil. This workshop exists more than XV century. Take Afrasiab bullet train to Tashkent. Overnight in Tashkent.
Day 12 Tashkent-Kukand-Ferghana
Have breakfast at the hotel. Leave for Kukand and visit Khudaiar Khan Palace. The construction of the palace of Khudaiar Khan, last khan of Kokand. Originally, the palace possessed 7 courses and 114 pieces, so many suras that account the Couran. Today, there are only four courtyards and 19 rooms, later converted into exhibition halls, the Modari Khan Mausoleum, a mosque built for the mother of Omar Khan, Khan of Kokand, the Norbutabay Medersa, the Dakhma mausaleum. i-Sakhan. Built in the 1820s, it houses the tombs of Omar Khan, his sons and his brother. After-travel to Ferghana.
Day 13 Ferghana - Rishtan - Tashkent
Continue your trip to Rishtan. Ceramists of Rishtan. Are the most famous of the country. For more than 700 years, blue ceramics dishes have been made here, mainly tea or soup bowls (kassa), plov dishes and vases (kousa). Workshop of Sharifiddin Yousupov. Sharofiddin comes from one of the oldest families of Rishtan artissans, of which he represents the sixth generation. He is now transmitting his knowledge to his grandson. During the tour of the studio you can watch a 10-minute film shot in 1985 by the Russian director Malik Kayumov. Return to Tashkent in the afternoon
Day 14 Tashkent
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