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Uzbekistan Cultural and Historical Tour

Discover Uzbekistan in your 8 days trip in the country. You will start from the capital city Tashkent, visiting its old and new town with Madrasah, Mosque and old Bazaar of Tashkent as well as its modern part with museums, galleries, workshops and beautiful squares and parks.Most highlights of your trip will be Registan square in Samarkand, original Koran  of 7 Century in Tashkent Hasti Imam complex, Kalyan Minaret and Trade Domes of Bukhara, the birth place Temur in Shahrisabz, Open city museum of Khiva with its many minarets and madrasah.You may also want to learn to cook local meals with local families in Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva as each region of Uzbekistan has their own specific food that can be offered to guests.You will start your journey in Tashkent and travel by fast train to Samarkand, later to Bukhara and return to Tashkent by flight from Khiva.You will definitely be impressed by local hospitality and  kindness of Uzbek people.
  • Duration: 8 days
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 8 days
  • Free Cancellation
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5 days tour from Tashkent to Almaty in Southern Kazakhstan

Shymkent is situated on a junction connecting Tashkent with Kazakhstan. Southern Kazakhstan’s Sufi heritage consists of the mausoleum of Yasawi towering out above Turkistan. Numerous other Sufi mausoleums dot the desert. Visit is not completed without seeing the ruins of Otrar and Sauran. Taraz and Zhambyl (Jambyl) oblast, medieval mausoleums, and parks sheltering tulips, birds, mountains and nomads hunting with Eagles in nearby town of Merki (Merke). Kazakhstan is a country the size of Europe - mountain and steppe, barely touched by modern civilization and whose inhabitants are mostly farmers. Its falconers continue the Central Asian tradition of flying golden eagles at hare for food and at fox for furs. During the Soviet period, many Kazakhs fled to Mongolia, bringing with them their tradition of hunting with eagles. Although, the Kazakh government has made efforts to lure the practitioners of these Kazakh traditions back to Kazakhstan, most Kazakhs have remained in Mongolia.
  • Duration: 5 days
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  • Duration: 5 days
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