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The Big Tour of Uzbekistan
Volver Tours / Uzbekistan


$2100 per person

We have all dreamed of traveling to Uzbekistan and discover its prestigious cities of the Silk Road. From the majestic domes of the mosques with blue and green shades that dominate the cities, to the markets full of colorful fabrics and spices with sweet aromas, and the warmth and welcomeness of inhabitants, this tour of Uzbekistan will take you to the most beautiful cities of the country: Taskent, Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand.

9 days/ 8 nights
  • Destination
  • Included
  • Not Included
    Nuits en hôtel 4*
    Le billet d’avion
    Departure Taxes
    Les taxes d’aéroport
    Personal Guide
Day 1- 2: Beirut/Istanbul/Tashkent
  • Afternoon, departure from Beirut at 15:50 and arrival in Tashkent the following day at 07:35.
  • Free time
  • Traditional lunch
  • Visit of the Kukeldash Madrasah, the Chorsu Bazaar, the museum of Applied Arts, the Khazrat Imam complex and a ride in the magnificent underground railway of Tashkent. Finally, tour of the Independence square as well as the Opera Navoi square.
  • Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day 3: -Tashkent/ Urgench (34 minutes, 34.4 Km)- Khiva
  • In the morning,flight to Urgench and continuation to Khiva.
  • Khiva doesn’t seem to have been altered by modern times. The wealth of Khiva, which was simultaneously the center of a rich agricultural region and one of the main slave markets in Central Asia, has definitely enabled the construction of religious and administrative buildings famous for their size and luxury. Because Khiva is classified by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, it is well protected and renovated and the Old City will charm visitors with the homogeneity between its big buildings and the other residences.
  • Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day 4: KHIVA
  • A day to discover Khiva , an ancient city that seems coming straight out of ‘The Tales of the Arabian Nights’.  Visit of the inner town Itchan Kala: the mausoleum of Pakhlavan Mahmoud and that of Seyid Alauddine, the “Stone Palace”, the Friday Mosque, the Kunya Ark Citadel and the outdoor bazaar.
  • Lunch during the visit.
  • Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day 5: -KHIVA/ Urgench/ Tashkent/ Bukhara
  • After breakfast, transfer to the airport to take flight HY 1339 07:45-08:55 to Bukhara.
  • The tour will start with a visit of the Bolo Khaouz mosque, the Ark Citadel and the Po-i-Kalyan complex that previously had the highest minaret in Central Asia. The visit will then continue at the Madrasah Mir i Arab, the Kalian Mosque and Minaret  and the Madrasah Ouloug Bek and Abdulaziz Khan.
  • After lunch, there will be a tour to discover the Lyabi Khaoz square, the Khanaka, the Nodir Devon Begui Madrasah, the Kukeldash Madrasah and the Tshor Minor which is a small madrasah with four turquoise minarets.
  • Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day 6: - BUKHARA
  • After breakfast, the visit will start with an important site of pilgrimage, the old headquarters of the Order of dervishes, the Tshor Bakr necropolis, the sacred site complex Nakhshbandi and the summer residency of the last emir- Sitorai Mokhi Khossa.
  • After lunch, the visit will continue with the domed market (jewellers, hatmakers, money changers) followed by free time to buy souvenirs before dinner.
  • Dinner and overnight at hotel.
  • After breakfast, departure to Samarkand by the Sharq train (ride from 08:30 AM to 12:15 PM)
  • Arrival and check-in at hotel. After lunch, the tour starts with the Registan square, unique with its three madrasahs: Madrasah Ouloug Beg, Madrasah Shir Dor and Madrasah Tillia Kari, which has the most beautiful Islamic architecture in Central Asia. The visit continues at the Bibi Khanum Mosque which is dedicated to Tamerlane’s favorite wife, followed by a tour of the Samarkand bazaar known for its dried fruits, nougat, spices and bread.
  • Dinner and overnight at hotel.
  • After breakfast, visit of the Shakh i Zinda necropolis with its 20 mausoleums of the Timurid period, the magnificent Goud Emir mausoleum, the shrine of Tamerlane and the Timurids, followed by a tour of the Ouloug Beg Observatory and its sextant that served as a model to that of Jaipur in India. Finally visit of the Afrosiab museum and the Meros silk paper manufacture where you will discover how silk paper is produced.
  • Late afternoon, leave for Tashkent on board of the high speed trainAfrosiab 17:00- 19:10.
  • Early departure to the airport for the flight back to  Beirut with a stopover in Istanbul.
Starting 2100 USD per person (on the basis of 10 persons)

The price includes:

  • Charming 4* hotels with half-pension.
  • International flights excluding airport taxes.
  • All lunches and dinners.
  • French-speaking guides for all visits.
  • All entrance fees.
  • All transfers by car, train and internal flights.

The price does not include:

  • Insurance
The best time to visit Uzbekistan is spring and fall (April to May and September to early November). During those periods, the weather is usually hot and dry and you can really enjoy the warm weather of this desert region before it gets too hot during the summer season.