Wonderful trip to te UNESCO World Heritage site of Uzbekistan
Overnigt in nomadic yurts in the desert Kyzil Kum
Authentic immersion with local population in Nurata
Visit to the majestic Registan of Samarkand
Desert tour Uzbekistan. Adventure Travel along tracks of caravans to Kyzylkum desert in Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan Budget Desert trip for visiting the Unusual Uzbekistan from Yurt camping in Uzbekistan to caravan cities - Bukhara, Nurata, Khiva & Samarkand .
Day : 1. Tachkent
Arrival at the airport international of Tashkent. Transfer and installation at hotel.Visiting the monuments of Tashkent of the Middle ages.- Ensemble of Khazrat Imam consisting of : the madrassah Barakhan, a mosque of Friday, the mausoleum of Kaffal Chachi. This is a sacred place for the inhabitants and the pilgrims.
- Madrassah Kukaldash, and a chance of a walk in the market Chorsu. Lunch. Continuation of the tour with national parks of ‘Mustakillik Maidoni’, ‘Navoi ‘ and the theatre ‘Navoi’. Dinner. Overnight.
Day :2. Tashkent- Khiva
Breakfast.Transfer to the local domestic airport of Tashkent for morning flight to Urgench at the airport of Urgench and transfer to Khiva(35 km). Check-in at a hotel in khiva. The city tour in the Ichan-kala architectural complex, Kunya Ark the Castle, Mukhammad Aminkhan madrassah, Kalta Minor minaret(19c), Tash-Khovli the palace together with its Harem which is honored for it’s ornaments of majolica. Lunch. Continuing the visits with the Pakhlavan Makhmud mausoleum--spiritual centre of the city and the mosque of Friday(10c) which presents a full house of sculptured columns. Dinner. Overnight in Khiva.
Day : 3. Khiva-Bukhara
Breakfast. Departure in direction for Bukhara via the desert Kizil Kum(480 km). Lunch along the route. Arrival in Bukhara. The city which was evaluated as ‘ power of islam’. Installation at a hotel. Dinner. Overnight.
Breakfast. Excursion :mausoleum of Samanids-the first mausoleum familial of governors in Central Asia(9-10c), mosque Bolo-Khauz(18c)—contains the top ornamented columns of Bukhara city , Citadel Ark—inhabited since the 5th c. B.C. Lunch. After lunch the complex of Poi-Kalian which consists of a long minaret of 44m and the madrasah of Mir-arab as well as the largest of the city--the Mosque of Friday,Tim of Abdullakhan(1577) which was the centre of commerce, complex of Labi-Khaouz with a bassin(16c) incercled with the madrasssahs of Nadir Divanbegi and Kukaldosh and also the Khanaka of Nadir Divanbegi.. Dinner. Overnight in Bukhara.
Day :5. Bukhara
Breakfast. Continuation of visits in Bukhara
- The Tchar Minar « 4 minarets » ex-entrance of a madrassah(1807) which is enriched with four minarets.
- The complex of Bakhaudin Nakshband— considered as the most sacred place of the region of Bukhara. Bakhauddin Nakshband the founder of a widely spread brotherhood of dervishes, venerated as a great saint is buried there.Governors of Bukhara have ericted fabulous buildings around the tomb of Bakhauddin Nakshband. Sitorai Mohi Khossa—residence of summer of the last emirs of Bukhara. The style of teh architecture changes in the Harem and in the house of Receptions due to the influence of russian culture.
Day :6. Bukhara-Nurata (camping of yurts)
After the breakfast departure towards Nurata. Along the route stopping in Gijduvan to visit the workshop of a craftsman of ceramics. Lunch. Heading up to the lake Aidarkul
The city of Nurata situated on the border of the desert and mountains. Visit of a fortress of the period of Alexandre The Great with a basin where you can see the sacred fish. Delà vous vous dirigerez en direction du lac d’Aidarkul. It can be the very chance to have a swim in the lake of 200km long. At sunset the colour of the landscape is extraordinary. Dinner and concert folk around the fire.
Departure for Samarkand, this city , the perle of the Orient, the crossroads of the Great Silk Road, capital of the empire of. Tamerlan. Arrival in Samarkand. Installation. Overnight in Samarkand.
Day :8. Samarkand
Breakfast.Visites in Samarkand :The Reghistan -the heart of Samarkand, the most beautiful and attractive place and the culmination of the islamic archetucture of Central Asia. surrounded by three madrassahs—madrassah of Ulughbeg(15c) constructed by the grandson of Tamerlan and the largest institution of instruction of the city, madrassah of Sherdor(17c), madrassah of Tillakari(17c) well-known for it’s decorations of gold. The mosque of Bibi Khanum— the largest mosque of Central Asia, which could accepter 12000 prayers simultaneously. It was constructed by Tamerlan for his wife. Then you may take a walk bazaar Siab. Lunch.
The mausoleum Guri Emir «tomb of the governor». This mausoleum was constructed by Tamerlan for his grandson, his successor, who died in 1403. Later Tamerlan also was buried there at the centre of the mausoleum.his guide spiritual Sayyid Baraka and Oulougbek were also buried in the same mausoleum. Dinner. Overnight in Samarkand.
Day :9. Samarkand
Breakfast.The necropolis of Chakhi Zinda , doubtlessly the most impressive ensemble architectural of the city which contains dozens of mausolums of different periods. The complex was founded around the mausoleum of Kussam ibn Abbas, cousin of the prophet Mohamed.
The museum of Afrasiab. The represents you the 2700 years history of Samarkand and the frescos from the ruins of the citadel of Afrasiab are of great interest.Observatory of Oulougbek(15c) and his sextant –one of the most important sights of Samarkand. Lunch. Free time to invent the city on your own. Dinner. Overnight in Samarkand.
Day :10. Samarcand-Tashkent
Breakfast. Departure towards Tachkent. Lunch in Tachkent.
After lunch visit to the museum of Applied Arts, ancient palace of russian diplomate Polovtsov, who collected the masterpieces of all regions of the country. Today it hosts the most successfull expositions of embroidery, wooden sculptures andceramics.
Day :11. Transfer to the international airport of Tashkent to take flight for...
Hope to see you in the land of sun, the crossroads of Silk Road. Good Luck!
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Accommodation based on double/twin room sharing, breakfasts included;
Overnight in nomadic yurts;
Sightseeing tour program in each city with local guides in cities;
Visa support for Uzbekistan tourist visa;
1bottle of mineral water per day per person;
Flight ticket for train Tashkent-Urgench;
Consular fees for Uzbekistan tourist visa;
Entrance tickets to sights as per itinerary;
Tips & gratuities;
Full board (lunches and dinners);