This tour is an adventure type of holiday in a peaceful spot of nature – Kyzylkum desert, the northern area en-route from Bukhara to Samarkand. It is a private trip for those who would like to experience nomadic way of living: staying in the Yurt (tent), camel ride and song of the Akin, the local musician. Visit the sky-blue lake “Aydar” in the midst of desert to explore the area or for swimming. .
Take this seven days Ziyarat Tour to explore the sacred destinations in Samarkand, Bukhara and Tashkent, to visit the resting places of great scholars of Islam. The highlights of the trip are visits to Imam al Bukhari’s memorial complex, the collector of the hadith “Sahih al-Bukhari” and to the architectural complex of Khwaja Baha ad-Din Naqshband, the Master of the “Naqshbandiya” order.
Book Silk Road Uzbekistan trip with local Tour Operator scheduled to start Every Tuesday during high tourist season of 2013 and experience your best holiday in Uzbekistan. 12 days tour program is tailored exclusively for you. It introduces with breathtaking Islamic architecture, interesting crafts, rich culture, ancient history, friendly hospitable people and you have free day in most of cities to explore the area independently.
Uzbekistan Holidays – 8 Days Trip – Option 2 is the reversed itinerary of Option 1 program. The tour include visit to fabulous ancient cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva. Let us, the local tour operator, organize your private Uzbekistan tour and introduce to our traditions, art and culture, and the reality of modern life.
Karakalpakstan located in the northwest of Uzbekistan is famed for its unique culture, rich historical legacy. The highlight of the trip is the Art Museum after Igor Savitsky which boasts over 90,000 exhibits that represent Russian, Uzbekistan avant garde art and Karakalpak applied art collections. The trip also includes Moynaq town once located at the seashore of Aral Sea.
The trip to the Aral Sea area can be regarded as extreme type of tourism. It is quite a challenge to visit the graveyard of ships in Moynaq, Ustyurt Plato, Aralkum (appeared desert on the bottom of Aral Sea) and to reach the water of Aral Sea which receded 170-200 km away from its original seashore.