Navruz (New day) is considered one of the most popular national holidays in Uzbekistan and Central Asia. Navruz is symbol of new life and rebirth of nature. People celebrate it preparing ceremonial meals like sumalak, halisa and kok-somsa and many more. Here the opportunity to celebrate Navruz with local people and also visit ancient cities of Uzbekistan.
Duration: 8 days, 7 nights
Dates of tour: March 18-24
Group size: max 14 persons, min 4 persons
Arrive in Tashkent . Overnight in Tashkent.
After early breakfast transfer to train station to get speed train to Samarkand. Arrival in Samarkand and tour includes:
• Ruhabad Mausoleum;
• Gur-Emir Mausoleum;
• Bibi-Khanym Mosque;
• Hazret-Hyzr Mosque;
• Shahi-Zinda necropolis;
• Ulugbek Observatory;
• Mausoleum of Khodja Daniyar.
Overnight in Samarkand
Morning transfer to Bukhara via Gijduvan stops in villages are planned to get acquainted with local lifestyle.
Arrival to Bukhara and check in hotel
Overnight in Bukhara.
Sightseeing program in Bukhara:
• Lyabi-Hauz ensemble;
• Chasma-Ayub Mazar;
• Poi-Kalyan ensemble;
• Ulugbek Madrassah;
• Madrassah of Abdulaziz-khan;
• Magoki-Attari Mosque;
• Chor-Minor Madrassah.
Overnight in Bukhara
Day 5 (March 22): Bukhara
Continuation of sightseeing program:
• Ark fortress
• Art Museums.
Dinner with folklore concert and overnight in Bukhara
After breakfast drive to Khiva. Overnight in Khiva.
Sightseeing program in Khiva:
• Kalta-Minor Minaret;
• Madrassah of Muhammad Amin-khan ;
• Djuma Mosque and Minaret;
• Complex of Pakhlavan Makhmud;
• Islam-Khodja Madrassah and Minaret.
Overnight in Khiva
Depending on your departure time the panoramic city tour will be arranged.
Transfer to Tashkent International Airport to Departure
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