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Yurta Tour 12 days

2 nights in Tashkent – Tashkent Palace 4****

2 nights in Khiva – Asia Khiva 3***

3 nights in Bukhara – Asia Bukhara 4****

1 night in Yangikazgan – Yurt

2 nights in Samarkand – Hotel Diyora 4****

 

1 DAY: HOME – TASHKENT (flight + 10 km) 

Departure from home with TURKISH AIRLINES via Istanbul or AEROFLOT via Moscow and overnight on board. Early morning arrival in Tashkent. Meet guide of your group, transfer to hotel (10 km) and overnight.

2 DAY: TASHKENT – URGENCH – KHIVA (excursion + flight + 35 km)

Breakfast. “Check out” hotel. Transfer to the north-east part of Tashkent, that’s ancient part called as ‘old city’. Transfer to airport & departure for Urgench with local flight HY-1057 (18:40 – 20:20). Arrival in Urgench & transfer to Khiva (35 km). Dinner and overnight in the hotel.   

3 DAY: KHIVA (excursion)

After breakfast in the hotel we start full day city tour of Khiva – one of the most fascinating cities in the region. Its facilities are in Arabic style with color ranging from light blue to turquoise; there remained virtually intact since the sixteenth century.

4 DAY: KHIVA – BUKHARA (480 km)

Breakfast. Transfer to Bukhara (480 km). Our route goes crossing the Amu-Darya River and the Red Desert (Kyzilkum). In Uzbekistan there are two great rivers: the Amu-Darya (in classical Greek known as the Oxus) and the Syr-Darya (known asJaxartes or Yaxartes by the Greeks).  Arrival in Bukhara and hotel accommodation. Free time. Dinner at local restaurant & overnight in the hotel.

5 DAY: BUKHARA (excursion)

Breakfast. Excursion in the historic center of Bukhara – functioned as one of the main centers of Persian civilization since its early days in the VI century BC – Turkish speakers gradually moved in from the VI century AD. The city’s architectural and archaeological sites form one of the pillars of Central Asian history and art. The region of Bukhara long formed a part of the Persian Empire.

6 DAY: BUKHARA (70 km total + excursion)

Breakfast. Sitorai Mokhi-Khosa (XIX century mid) – summer residence of Bukhara’s last emir. The Bukhara architects having trained in Russia managed to combine oriental and western styles in their creation. Mausoleum of Bakhoutdin Naqshbandi (XIV century) – is one of the most important Muslim shrines. The Mausoleum of Saint Bakhouddin Naqshbandi is considered as the Central Asian Mekka.

7 DAY: BUKHARA – NURATA – YANGIKAZGAN (230 km total + excursion)

Breakfast. In the morning depart Bukhara and drive to yurt camp located in Kyzylkum desert (230 km). On the way stop in: Gijduvan pottery masters workshop – Gijduvan museum of ceramics. Nurata town to visit a local mosque with a holy spring water. The small town Nurata is located in the foothills of Nuratau Mountains, stretching out hundreds kilometers from Jizzakh and Barren Steppe to Navoi and Kyzylkum desert. In the afternoon continue driving to yurt camp in Kyzylkum desert. Stop on Nurata pass to see petroglyphs. Arrive in Safari Yurt Camp, accommodation in yurt.

8 DAY: YANGIKAZGAN – SAMARKAND (270 km total + excursion)

Breakfast. In the morning visit desert Aydarkul Lake. Free time on the lake. In the afternoon depart the yurt camp and drive to Samarkand (270 km). Arrival in Samarkand, check in to the hotel. Time for rest. Dinner at local restaurant & overnight in the hotel.

9 DAY: SAMARKAND (excursion)

Breakfast. Excursion to the heart of Uzbekistan – Samarkand is one of the oldest inhabited cities in Central Asia, prospering from its location on the Silk Road between China and the Mediterranean. At times Samarkand has been one of the greatest cities of Central Asia. There is evidence of human activity in the area of the city from the late Paleolithic era, though there is no direct evidence of when exactly Samarkand was founded, some theories say that it was founded between the VIII and VII centuries BC.

10 DAY: SAMARKAND – SHAKHRISABZ – SAMARKAND (140 km + excursion + 140 km)

Breakfast, transfer to Shakhrisabz (140 km). It means city of green or verdant city. It is a city in southern Uzbekistan located in the southern part of Samarkand. It was a major city of Central Asia, it is primarily known today as the birthplace of 14th-century Turk-Mongol conqueror Timur. Transfer to Samarkand (140 km). Dinner at local restaurant & overnight in the hotel.

11 DAY: SAMARKAND – TASHKENT (excursion + 280 km)

Breakfast, free time till 12.00. ‘Check out’ from the hotel. Excursion in Museum Afrosiyob. It was an ancient site of northern Samarkand, that was occupied from c 500 BC to 1220 AD. Today, it is a hilly grass mound located near the Bibi Khanaum Mosque. The Tomb of Daniel is the traditional burial place of the biblical prophet Daniel. Transfer to Tashkent. Dinner at local restaurant & overnight in the hotel.

12 DAY: TASHKENT – HOME (10 km + flight)

Early morning, transfer from hotel to airport & departure to home.

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