• Day 1 Tashkent - Nukus - Khiva


    Arrive to Tashkent and connecting flight to Nukus. Upon arrival we will visit the ancient Mizdakhan necropolis located in the city of Khodjeily not far from Nukus. It is one of the most unusual places of Uzbekistan, which combines ancient beliefs of Zoroastrianism and Islam. After lunch visit the state Museum of art named after I. V. Savitsky, which stores one of the best collections of Russian avant-garde art. Transfer to Khiva. Upon arrival check in the hotel.

    Overnight in Khiva.



  • Day 2 Khiva

    After breakfast visit of the walled city of Khiva – Ichan Kala includes: Kalta Minor Minaret, Mohammed-Amin-Khan madrasa, Kunya Ark Citadel with reception hall Kurinishkhana; Mohammed Rakim Khan madrasa, Said Alauddin mausoleum, Pahlavan Mahmud Mausoleum, Islam Khodja madrasa and minaret. Lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.

    Overnight in Khiva.


  • Day 3 Khiva - Bukhara

    Breakfast at hotel. Today we have 470 km trip, where almost 300 km run through the Kizil Kum (red Sands) desert.

    On the way, we will have a break at biggest river of Central Asia – Amu Darya.

    Arrival in Bukhara and accommodation.

    Overnight in Bukhara.


  • Day 4 Bukhara

    Breakfast and visit the Chashma Ayub Mausoleum, Bolo Khauz Mosque, Ark Fortress, Poi Kalyan ensemble, consisting of Kalyan Mosque, Miri-Arab Madrassah and Kalyan Minaret, one of the tallest minarets in Central Asia built by the ruler Arslan Khan and the word “Kalyan” is translated as the great. Lunch time. Go on sightseeing and visit the Ulugbek’s Madrasah, built in the XV century by the grandson of Tamerlane, a prominent mathematician and astronomer, and the Madrasah of Abdulaziz Khan, located opposite the Ulugbek’s Madrassah. Passing through the trading domes, you will see the Magoki Attori Mosque and architectural ensemble Lyabi-Hauz, composed by three monuments: Kukeldash Madrassah, Nodir Divan Begi Madrassah and Khanaka. Dinner at a local restaurant.

    Overnight in Bukhara.


  • Day 5 Bukhara - Samarkand

    Drive out of the city to visit to Bahauddin Naqshbandi architectural ensemble - established around the burial of one of the most prestigious founders of Sufism in Central Asia. Continue couch trip to Samarkand. At Navoiy city lunch at a local restaurant. Upon arrival explore next complex Imam al Bukhari - the famous theologian, the hadith collector (Hadith - the science of Hadith, reports about the sayings and deeds of Prophet Muhammad) and the author of the second most important book of the Muslims after the Koran "Al-Jomiy al-Saheeh" ("Secure book "). Check in the hotel.

    Overnight in Samarkand.


  • Day 6 Samarkand

    After breakfast full sightseeing day in Samarkand. This day, we will take in the Gur Emir Mausoleum (tomb of the Timurid dynasty), the famous Registan Square, and its three monumental antique buildings - the Madrassah of Ulugbek, Sher Dor Masrassah and Tillya-Kori. Then we will visit the Bibi-Khanym Mosque according to legend built at the order of Tamerlane’s beloved wife. Lunch at a local restaurant.

    Walk through the Bazaar Siab, to see daily life of local people.

    Continue the tour by visiting the ensemble of mausoleums Shakhi-Zinda, a place of pilgrimage for Muslims. Free and easy.

    Overnight in Samarkand.


  • Day 7 Samarkand - Tashkent

    At 06:38 transfer to Tashkent by bullet train Afrosiyob. Arrival and accommodation. Breakfast at hotel. Depart to Chimgan Mountains (80 km, ~2 h.). You will be driving the road lying in picturesque surroundings full of local villages, gardens, and streams. If the cableway is functioning take 3 km long ride in Beldersay gorge to Kumbel peak (2400) where the longest ski track has its start. Have a walk in mountain area. Continue to the shore of Charvak reservoir, surrounded by green mountain flanks. With numerous resorts, beaches, and children summer camps, Charvak Lake is a favorite place of locals and foreigners to enjoy summer days outside the city. Return to Tashkent.

    Overnight in Tashkent.


  • Day 8 Tashkent

    During the city tour, we will visit the old part of Tashkent: Khast Imam Square, with a number of historical monuments like the Mausoleum of Kaffal Shashi, Barak Khan Madrassah, Tilla Sheikh Mosque and the library, which houses one of the oldest copies of Othman's Koran, dated to the VII century. Free time to shopping in Bazaar – Chorsu. Late afternoon drive to International Aiport for the flight to next destination.


1.Accommodation in double / twin sharing rooms at 4* hotels ;

2. All entrance fees to the monuments and museums as specified in the program ;

3. Full transportation service and all transfers on vehicles with a/c ;

4. 0.5 liter mineral water per pax per day ;

5. Escort Malay language tour guide ;

6. Full board halal foods.




1.Medical insurance

2.Air tickets for international and domestic flights;

3. Any services not included in the above itinerary.












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