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Five Stans of the Silk Road

Private tour
20 days
16 cities
2nights

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Tashkent is the wonderful capital of Uzbekistan and its largest city, influenced by Sogdian and Turkish cultures. After destruction in the XIII century, it was rebuilt and gained profit from the Silk Road. In 1966 there occurred an earthquake, today the memorial stone to the earthquake victims is one of the most significant landmarks worth visiting. As any other oriental destination, Tashkent is famous for its peculiar architectural highlights such as the Barak Khan Medressa and the Minor Mosque. ...
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    Day 1: Arrival to Tashkent

    Welcome to Tashkent - the magnificent capital of Uzbekistan! Your driver meets you at the airport and transfers you to your centrally located hotel for check-in.

    The rest of the day is free for you to have a good rest after your trip.

    Day 2: Tashkent City Tour

    After breakfast you meet your guide and driver and start exploring the capital of Uzbekistan situated at the foot of the Tien Shan Mountains.

    During the sightseeing tour you explore Khast Imam Complex - a religious center of Tashkent, Kukeldash Madrasah and Chorsu bazaar. After a break for lunch you explore the new part of the city: Independence Square, Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan, Navoi Theatre and Amir Temur Square.

    After the tour you have the rest of the day free.

    Day 3: Transfer to Tajikistan

    In the morning you check out, meet your driver and head to Oybek where you cross the border between Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.

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Connection | Tashkent - Khujand
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Khujand
1night

Khujand, Tajikistan

Enjoy a visit to one of the oldest cities in the entire Tajikistan, the beautiful Khujand. Situated on the left bank of the Syr-Darya River, the city is part of the Great Silk Road and a significant industrial and cultural hub of the country. It is surrounded by scenic mountainous landscapes and houses numerous authentic sites to visit, such as the Khujand Fortress and Mausoleum of Sheikh Muslihiddin....
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    Day 3: Khujand City Tour

    After crossing the border, you meet your Tajik guide and continue your way to Khujand, the second largest city of Tajikistan. 

    Khujand is located on the Syr Darya River at the mouth of the Fergana Valley. It is one of the oldest towns not only in Tajikistan but also in the entire Central Asia. During the tour you visit the Registan Square, explore the Panjshanbe Bazaar - the biggest bazaar in Tajikistan, and admire Central Mosque. In the afternoon you visit the The Arbob Cultural Palace where the first president of Tajikistan was chosen. 

    After the tour you are transferred to the hotel for check-in. The rest of the evening is at leisure.

    Additional meals: lunch, dinner

    Day 4: Transfer to Dushanbe

    Following breakfast, you check out and start your way to Dushanbe. The road goes over Anzob pass, a high mountain pass at an elevation of 3 372 m (11,063 ft) and through the tunnel of Istiqlol. Prepare your cameras, as today you have numerous photo stops to admire magnificent mountainous scenery.

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Dushanbe
1night

Dushanbe, Tajikistan

Don't miss the chance to visit the authentic capital of Tajikistan, Dushanbe. The bustling mixture of authentic architecture, imposing monuments, and unique traditions, provides an abundance of sightseeing opportunities and activities for every type of traveler. Some of the highlights of the Dushanbe itinerary include the Statue of Ismoil Somoni, National Museum of Antiquities of Tajikistan and the Ethnography Museum....
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    Day 4: Dushanbe City Tour

    The second half of the day is dedicated to Dushanbe exploration. The city tour covers Rudaki Park, White House, House of Parliament and Jomi Theatre. At the National Park you find the Ministry of Inner Affairs and the huge National Flag of Tajikistan. At 165 m (541 ft), Dushanbe Flagpole was the tallest free-standing flagpole in the world from its completion in 2011 until 2014.

    In the evening you enjoy dinner at a traditional restaurant where you try Tajik national food. You spend the night at the centrally-located hotel.

    Additional meals: lunch, dinner

    Day 5: Iskanderkul Mountain Lake

    Today you experience magnificent beauty of Tajikistan at its finest as you travel to Iskanderkul - a mountain lake of glacial origin. The lake lies at an altitude of 2,195 m (7,201 ft) in the famous Fann Mountains. 

    The road to the lake goes again over Anzob pass providing amazing panorama views. Upon arrival, you walk along Iskanderkul's fabulous beaches and optionally hike 40 minutes to a waterfall. After having some rest near the lake, you drive to Panjakent. 

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Panjakent
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Panjakent, Tajikistan

Make sure to include Panjakent to your itinerary while exploring Tajikistan. The city of a rather small population is a major visitor attraction due to the site holding the remains of the Zoroastrian civilization. The exceptional sightseeing opportunity truly takes you back in time and excites history enthusiasts as much as lovers of travel as it is undoubtedly a place like no other. ...
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    Day 5: Arrival

    Upon arrival to Panjakent, you have dinner and check in to hotel.

    Additional meals: lunch, dinner

    Day 6: Panjakent City Tour

    Ancient Panjakent was a flourishing town in pre-Islamic Central Asia. Penjikent of that time was one of the most important cultural and crafts centers of Sogdia, an ancient Iranian civilization. It was a superbly fortified well-organized city with a ruler's palace, two temples, markets, rich dwelling houses and clay statues of ancient gods. During the tour you explore the modern city, as well as the remains of the ancient city including the citadel with the palace, the house of craftsmen and fire worshipers church. 

    After the tour, you are transferred to Uzbek border.

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Samarkand
2nights

Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Want to touch the magic of the ancient Orient and don't know where to start from? Marvelous Samarkand in Uzbekistan would be a great choice, indeed. With its mythical sounding name, Samarkand gained tremendous popularity as a stop of the Silk Road. Home to many poets, writers, musicians and scholars the city was the capital of Timur (Tamerlane) Empire in 14th century. Having seen the city's main public square, Registan, with its gorgeous madrasas and mausoleums decorated with mosaics, carved marble, and maiolica will leave you speechless. Other places not to miss are Gur-e-Amir, Bibi-Khanym Mosque, and Shah-i-Zinda. Undoubtedly, Samarkand is amazing in the sun and absolutely dazzling at night, the charming view of its numerous turquoise domes gives the feeling that you are in a fairy tale or traveling back in time....
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    Day 6: Arrival

    You meet your driver at the border and have a transfer to Samarkand hotel. Upon arrival, you check in to your hotel and have the rest of the day at leisure.

    Day 7: Tour of Samarkand

    Today you explore Samarkand - the famous historic city often described as the crossroads of culture. After breakfast you meet your guide and start a sightseeing tour.

    You visit such must-sees as Guri Emir - legendary mausoleum of Amir Temur and all his family members, Registan Square - the world famous complex of 3 Madrasahs and Golden mosque. The other sights on your list are Mosque Bibi Khanum – the biggest mosque ever built in Central Asia as gift of wife of Tamerlane to her husband, and traditional Siyab bazaar - a unique place where you can get acquainted with the life of Samarkand people. 

    After exploring these and other sights of Samarkand, you return to your hotel and have evening at leisure.

    Day 8: Tour on the Way to Bukhara

    In the morning you check out and continue exploring Uzbekistan. Your guide takes you to the green city of Shakhrisabz - a UNESCO-World Heritage Site. Here you see the birthplace of Tamerlane, his palace Ak Sarai, Kok Gumbaz Mosque and Mausoleum of Jehangir - Tamerlane's grandson.

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Bukhara
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Bukhara, Uzbekistan

The fifth-largest city in Uzbekistan, incredible Bukhara, has long become a world-famous destination as it used to be the key spot along the Silk Route. The city enchants with blinding splendor of architectural complexes, one of them is fabulous Chor Minor. The turquoise domes of this madrasa have a hypnotic effect on everyone who comes close. No trip to Bukhara is possible without seeing the Arc, the ancient fortress that served as a symbol of power and grandeur. And if that's not enough, the city has about 140 architectural monuments worthy of exploring!...
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    Day 8: Arrival

    Upon arrival to Burkara, you check in to your hotel and have the evening at leisure.

    Day 9: Bukhara City Tour

    Located in the middle of the Kyzylkum Desert, Bukhara has about one thousand architectural monuments recalling the golden age of the Great Silk Route. After breakfast, you meet your guide and go on a tour of Bukhara’s Old Town (UNESCO World Heritage Site), its famous almost 50-meter tall Kalyan Minaret and the Labi-Hauz Ensemble. Then you explore the massive Ark Citadel, a city within a city that was once the seat of government of Bukhara’s former rulers. 

    In the evening you enjoy a folk show and a show of national clothes.

    Day 10: Departure for Turkmenistan

    In the morning you check out and have a transfer to Uzbekistan - Turkmenistan border.

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Mary
1night

Mary, Turkmenistan

Situated in an oasis in the Kara Kum desert, the city of Mary is one of the most unique gems of the Turkmenistan itinerary. Formerly known as Merv, it houses numerous landmarks telling the story of the city's past, such as the History Museum, the Gyaur-Kala, and the historical-architectural site of Bairamali....
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    Day 10: Exploring 

    You meet your Turkmen guide and start your trip to Mary. On your way you cross one of the biggest deserts in the world known as Karakum Desert. 

    After a few stops to view the amazing sand dunes and bush forests of the desert, you head to the city of Merv - a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Considered the pearl of the East, Merv today is the unique remnants of what was once one of the world’s largest and most magnificent cities. You see gigantic walls and ramparts simply standing in the middle of the desert next to the imposing ruins of ancient buildings. 

    After the tour you are transferred to Mary, check in and have evening at leisure.

    Day 11: Flight to Ashgabat

    In the morning you check out and have a transfer to the airport.

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Ashgabat
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Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

Ashgabat is an amazing destination for those travelers who feel a bit bored with traditional city tours. Rebuilt in Soviet-style after the 1948 earthquake, Ashgabat is now famous for its extremely wide streets, gigantic monuments, and original palaces. The capital of Turkmenistan, Ashgabat, boasts outstanding attractions like the glorious Wedding Palace with its floors in the shape of a rotating star. In Arabic, "Ashgabat" means the "city of love" and you will definitely fall in love with this unusual metropolis, also known as “white marble capital”. ...
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    Day 11: Tour of Ashgabat

    Upon arrival, you meet you guide and driver and start exploring Ashgabat, the capital and the largest city of Turkmenistan. Your sightseeing starts from Ashgabat Fountain that contains the world's greatest number of fountain pools in a public place. The complex includes 27 fountains with the statue of the founder of the Turkmen nation, Oguz Khan, installed on a central podium.

    After a lunch break you explore the  "My White City Ashgabat" monument and learn why Ashgabat boasts to have the world's highest concentration of white marble buildings. Afterwards, you have a panoramic drive along the main streets of the city. In the evening you check in to your hotel and have a good rest.

    Day 12: Modern Ashgabat

    Following breakfast you continue exploring the city focusing on its new neighborhoods with modern buildings, monuments, and parks. 

    You visit the famous Alem Culture & Recreation Center with the biggest indoor Ferris wheel in the world, walk along the Health Path of Turkmenbashi to catch impressive mountain views and admire Neutrality Monument - a 75 m (246 ft) tall arch topped by a 12-m (39 ft) tall gold-plated statue of the first President of Turkmenistan. In the late afternoon you have a transfer to the airport.

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Dashoguz
1night

Dashoguz, Turkmenistan

Located in the northern part of the country, Dashoguz is a great addition to any Turkmenistan tour. It is situated nearby the UNESCO-listed ancient capital Kunya Urgench, as well as the city of Izmukshir, making it the perfect location for a nice stay while sightseeing around northern Turkmenistan. While in the city itself, make sure to visit the Bai Bazaar for a unique shopping experience and sampling some local specialties....
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    Day 12: Arrival

    Upon arrival, you proceed to your hotel for overnight.

    Day 13: Day Trip to Konye-Urgench

    Following breakfast, you guide takes you to Konye-Urgench that is the site of the ancient town of Urgench. Urgench was the capital of the Khorezm state - one of the most powerful empires in the 12th century. Nowadays the ruins of Old Urgench are included in UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites. The sightseeing of the Old City covers a series of monuments from the 11th to the 16th century, such as a mosque, a fortress, mausoleums, and a 60-m high minaret.

    After the tour you are driven back to Dashoguz for a lunch break followed by a transfer to Uzbek border.

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Khiva
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Khiva, Uzbekistan

The uniqueness of ancient Khiva, east Uzbekistan, is totally off the charts due to both the city's history and enchanting views. Khiva is split into two parts: the outer town (Dichan Kala) and the inner one (Ichan-Kala). The latter boasts Shem's Well, the main wonder in town associated with an ancient biblical legend. It's said that Shem, Noah's son, dug here the Kheyvak well with unusual water. When exploring Khiva, stop by the unbelievable Kalta Minor, a huge minaret covered with glazed tiles and majolica. ...
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    Day 13: Arrival

    After crossing the border, you meet your local driver who takes you to the hotel for check-in.

    Day 14: Khiva Sightseeing

    Today you explore the oasis of Khiva, a fairy tale from 1001 Nights – in stone. On your sightseeing tour, you see one of the best-preserved ensembles of medieval oriental urban architecture in the world: Khiva's Kalta Minor Minaret, incredible palaces, mosques, mausoleums, Koranic schools, the mighty town wall with its gates and bastions of mud brick. 

    In the evening you are transferred to the Urgench airport.

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Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Tashkent is the wonderful capital of Uzbekistan and its largest city, influenced by Sogdian and Turkish cultures. After destruction in the XIII century, it was rebuilt and gained profit from the Silk Road. In 1966 there occurred an earthquake, today the memorial stone to the earthquake victims is one of the most significant landmarks worth visiting. As any other oriental destination, Tashkent is famous for its peculiar architectural highlights such as the Barak Khan Medressa and the Minor Mosque. ...
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    Day 14: Arrival

    Upon arrival, you have a transfer to your hotel.

    Day 15: Flight to Almaty

    Following breakfast you check out and have a transfer to the airport.

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Almaty
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Almaty, Kazakhstan

Formerly the capital of Kazakhstan, Almaty still remains the most influential and prosperous city of the country. The best city panorama is seen from Kok Tobe, the highest point in town. Consider visiting the Ascension Cathedral, the Orthodox wooden church built without any nails. Almaty also boasts a number of recreation zones, the First President's Park might be mentioned as the most outstanding one. What is more, Almaty is famous for fantastic panoramas surrounding the city, be sure, the scenery will definitely steal your heart. ...
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    Day 15: Exploring Almaty

    Upon arrival to Almaty, you meet your guide and start exploring the main landmarks of this green metropolitan city. Among them are the impressive Zenkov Russian Orthodox Cathedral, one of the world's tallest wood buildings, and a popular place for townspeople - the Green Bazaar. You also travel to Kok Tobe hill to admire a 372 m (1,220) tall TV Tower at the foot of the mountain. As a highlight, you enjoy the famous Almaty cableway ride from the hilltop to the city center.

    After the tour you are transferred to the hotel for check-in.

    Day 16: Transfer to Bishkek

    In the morning you check out and start your way to Bishkek.

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Bishkek
1night

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Mysterious, distant Bishkek, like any city of the Orient, attracts with its special charm. Enjoy walking around Ala-Too, this square is placed in the very center of town and each sightseeing tour starts right here. Come by the State History Museum to see the rich collections of national costumes, household appliances, jewelry and much more. It will be interesting to see the Holy Resurrection Cathedral, the orthodox church that features some elements of typical Asian architecture....
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    Day 16: Arrival

    Upon arrival to the capital and the largest city of Kyrgyzstan, you start exploring its highlights. Victory Square, Duboviy Park, Central Ala-Too Square, the National Arts Museum and many other places of interest are on your today's list. During the day you also enjoy the views of the Kyrgyz Ala-Too range that provides a spectacular backdrop to the city. 

    Day 17: Trip to Issyk Kul Lake

    After breakfast your driver transfers you to Issyk Kul Lake surrounded by the Tian Shan mountains. Thanks to its magnificent sandy beaches, crystal-clear water, and a combination of mountainous and sea climate, the high-mountain lake is called "the pearl of Central Asia".

    On your way to Issyk Kul, you visit the historic Burana Tower, an open-air museum of Balbals to see the stone warriors, and the city of Cholpon Ata to explore a unique complex of Rukh Ordo that hosts 2000-year-old petroglyphs.

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Cholpon Ata, Kyrgyzstan

Cholpon Ata is a unique gem of Kyrgyzstan, the charming resort town known for its mineral springs. The history of the region begins with a relatively small settlement, founded here owing to the renowned Silk Road that lies nearby. The main local pride is Issyk-Kul, the beautiful clear-watered lake, that due to a number of natural reasons is never covered with ice. Hikes and trips to the lake are a popular activity in the region....
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    Day 17: Arrival

    Upon arrival, you have an overnight in a hotel nestled on the northern bank of Lake Issyk-Kul.

    Day 18: Grigorievka Gorge on the Way to Karakol

    Following breakfast, you check out from your hotel, and your driver transfers you to Karakol - the fourth largest city in Kyrgyzstan. Along the way you drive past the breathtaking Grigorievka Gorge - the perfect location to enjoy the mountains covered with snow tops and slopes with blue and green pine trees. 

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Karakol
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Karakol, Kyrgyzstan

Have you already heard of Karakol, the fourth largest city in Kyrgyzstan found near the famous Lake Issyk Kul? The charming city offers much to see and admire. Its main tourist attractions are the Russian Orthodox Cathedral, built around the end of the 19th century, the Pzhevalsky Museum, commemorating the memory of the notable Russian explorer, and the incredibly scenic Jeti-Oguz region which boasts fabulous red rock formations. One of the rocks is called “The Broken Heart” because of its unique shape....
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    Day 18: Arrival 

    You continue your way along the northern shore of the lake to the town of Karakol. Upon arrival, you visit the Dungan Mosque built in Chinese style without a single nail, and an old wooden Orthodox Church decorated with icons, pictures and wall paintings. The night is spent at a centrally-located hotel.

    Day 19: Jeti Oguz Gorge & Meeting the Eagle-hunter

    After check-in, you meet your guide and drive to Jeti Oguz Gorge famous for its unique red rock formations. Your way continues to another notable sight of Kyrgyzstan - the Broken Heart Mountain. Optionally, you can have a 40-minute hike on the top of the mountain to catch a wonderful panorama of the gorge. 

    You continue your trip breaking in Bokonbaeva Village where you meet a local eagle-hunter. You learn about an ancient kind of hunting animals with the help of eagles preserved from generation to generation.

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Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Mysterious, distant Bishkek, like any city of the Orient, attracts with its special charm. Enjoy walking around Ala-Too, this square is placed in the very center of town and each sightseeing tour starts right here. Come by the State History Museum to see the rich collections of national costumes, household appliances, jewelry and much more. It will be interesting to see the Holy Resurrection Cathedral, the orthodox church that features some elements of typical Asian architecture....
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    Day 20: Departure from Bishkek

    This is the last day of your amazing tour. After breakfast, you check out from your hotel, and your driver transfers you to the airport for your flight back home. 

    We wish you a safe flight and hope to work on your future trips!

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What’s included:
  • Accommodation at remarkable downtown hotels in Tashkent, Khujand, Dushanbe, Penjakent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Mary, Ashgabat, Dashoguz, Khiva, Almaty, Bishkek and Karakol;
  • Accommodation at the hotel on the bank of Lake Issyk-Kul;
  • Breakfasts at the hotels;
  • Lunches and dinners in Tajikistan;
  • Airport transfers and all transportation according to the itinerary;
  • Breathtaking sightseeing tours according to the itinerary with professional English-speaking guides;
  • Entrances according to itinerary;
  • Folk show in Bukhara;
  • Cablecar ride in Almaty;
  • Economy class flights: Mary - Ashgabat, Ashgabat - Dushanbe, Urgench - Tashkent,  Tashkent - Almaty;
  • Full Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan visa processing service for US citizens, full Tajikistan and Turkmenistan visa processing service for Australian citizens and visa support service (invitation) for customers from other countries;
  • Support line during the trip.

Not included: international flights, multiple arrival/departure transfers, other meals not mentioned in the program, optional tours and services, all personal expenses.

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1. Hotels availability is subject to change. In case current hotels are booked out we will provide alternative hotels of an equal value for you.

2. We include 1 vehicle for your arrival and departure transfers. If multiple vehicles are required additional transfer costs will apply.

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