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Getting to live in a place full of ancient history and rich cultural heritage is a privilege. Uzbekistan is one such country. Fresh fruits, vegetables, and friendly people are another plus here! Are you ready to explore the historically vivid Uzbekistan? Then join us for a unique trip as we take you through the ancient silk route of Uzbekistan! Uzbekistan, a doubly land locked country and a former Soviet republic is Central Asia’s biggest draw and most impressive showstopper. This fascinating country is populated with a welcoming population. It is popularly known for its mosques, mausoleums and other sites linked to the Silk Road, the ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean which led to the cities of Bukhara and Samarkand amassing great wealth and power for ages. It’s no wonder this country is counted among the most sought after places on earth. Uzbekistan offers a myriad of cultural and historic experiences for travelers looking to immerse themselves in local cultures and customs!


  • Date:
  • 27th Oct 2022 - 5th Nov 2022
  • Duration:
  • 9 Nights / 10 Days
  • Cost:
  • INR 2,15,000 + 5% GST Per Person
    (EMI Option Available)
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Day 6
Day 7
Day 8
Day 9
Day 10

Day 1


After landing at Tashkent Airport, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Tashkent is one of the oldest and largest cities in Central Asia and the Uzbek capital since 1930. This elegant city is an amalgamation of medieval oriental architecture and modern skyscrapers and that’s why it is an important part of our Uzbekistan experience. Check-in & relax for the balance of the day, later enjoy a special welcome dinner arranged for you, to meet & greet your fellow travelers and get set for the wonderful experiences that lie ahead!

Day 1 - Tashkent

Day 2


After breakfast, you will get to explore the capital by going back in time as you visit the old town of Barak Khan Seminary and Tillya Sheikh Mosque. Later, head to Chorsu bazaar, the oldest market in Tashkent and Kukeldash Madrassah followed by lunch and a bus tour of the city to visit Mustakillik Square (Independence square), Amir Temur square and Alisher Navoiy Theater square. After a day spent getting introduced to Uzbekistan, return to your hotel by evening for dinner.

Day 2 - Tashkent

Day 3

Tashkent – Bukhara

Today, as a part of your Uzbekistan tour, you will take the early morning bullet train to Bukhara and start exploring the city by afternoon post lunch. This incredible city, one of the most famous names of medieval Islam, is home to hundreds of registered monuments. Look around and you will see monuments literally everywhere! In today's tour, you will visit some of the main highlights of the city but also explore some lesser-known sights like Lyabi Khauz Ensemble - modern center of traditional Uzbekistan, Madrassah of Nadirkhon Devanbegi, Khanaga, Mogaki Attari mosque, Poi Kalon minaret and mosque. You will also visit Hunarmand UNDP Assisted workshops near Lyabi Khauz. You will also get a chance to observe block printing, metal chasing, suzani embroidery, carving and miniature painting. After a long day of sightseeing, head back to the hotel for a leisurely evening and dinner.

Day 3 - Tashkent – Bukhara

Day 4


Bukhara is also situated on the Silk Route and is more than 2,000 years old. It is the perfect example of a medieval city in Central Asia with an urban fabric that has remained largely intact. You can spend days exploring the monuments and the architecture in and around the city and you will still not be able to see it all! After breakfast, continue your sightseeing of Bukhara with an out-of-town excursion to visit the Sitorai Mokhi-Khosa, the summer residence of the former emir of Bukhara where you will notice a unique mixture of traditional Russian style of architecture with local traditions. The famous thrown white hall decorated with carved alabaster resembles the halls in Peterhof Palace of St. Petersburg. Post lunch, visit Ark Fortress, Bala Khauz mosque, mausoleum of Ismail Samanid & Chashma Ayub. Return to the hotel for dinner.

Day 4 - Bukhara

Day 5

Bukhara – Shahrisabz – Samarkand

Today, post breakfast, you will take the road to Samarkand via Shahrisabz - the birthplace and hometown of Central Asia’s foremost conqueror - the Great Amir Timur. The road to Shahrisabz goes through the picturesque mountain pass Tahtakaracha (2100m), worth adding to your list of personalized itineraries of Uzbekistan. You will make several photo stops enroute to take breath-taking pictures of the beautiful landscapes. This day will also give you an opportunity to experience the Uzbek countryside so feel free to make random stops at road side cafes, interact with the locals and taste the exotic and mouth-watering street food of Uzbekistan. Once you reach Shahrisabz, explore the town at your own pace and visit Ak Saray Palace, Dorustilavat seminary and Kuk Gumbos mosque. Have lunch at a local restaurant and continue your drive towards Samarkand. Overnight & dinner at Samarkand.

Day 5 - Bukhara – Shahrisabz – Samarkand

Day 6


No name is as evocative of the Silk Road as Samarkand. It is one of the oldest existing cities in the world and the oldest in entire Central Asia. Built on the site of Afrosiab, which dated from the 3rd or 4th millennium B.C., Samarkand was known to the ancient Greeks as Marakanda. Post breakfast, you will visit the famous Registan Square which was the heart of Samarkand for many centuries. One of the most symbolic landmarks of Uzbekistan, Registan Square draws millions of travellers each year who are left mesmerized at the beauty and grandeur of its’ architecture. You will get to see the three beautiful madrassahs in the square and also visit Gur Emir - mausoleum of Great Tamerlane and later see the grandest structure of Amir Timur’s times - the chief Friday Mosque called Bibi-Khanum. Return for a scrumptious dinner at the hotel.

Day 6 - Samarkand

Day 7

Samarkand – Tashkent

Continue to explore Samarkand and visit Ulugbek’s observatory constructed by Ulugbek (Grandson of the Great Amir Timur) in 1428-1429. Visit the ancient settlement of Afrosiab which is situated on the spurs of Chupan-Ata hills to the north-east of present-day Samarkand. According to legend, it was here, on the banks of the river Siab, that the Turanian King and hero Afrosiab, a character of the folk epic ‘Shahnama’, founded the town that became the capital of Sogdiana. After spending enough time listening to the folklores and exploring Afrosiab, you will head towards the Konigil village and visit a paper-making workshop. In the evening, catch the bullet train to Tashkent. You will arrive in the evening and after checking into your hotel, you can decide to head out for a fun evening and watch a local cultural performance with dinner.

Day 7 - Samarkand – Tashkent

Day 8

Tashkent – Kokand – Rishton – Fergana

Post breakfast, drive to Fergana via Kokand. On your way, visit Khudayar Khan Palace, Jami Mosque Museum and Narbutabey Madrassah. Later, continue to Rishton town which is a center of unique ceramic production in Uzbkekistan. Rishton is known today as the city of the foremen, one of the largest in Central Asia centers of manufacture of unique glazed ceramic. You will also visit the creative workshop of Rustam Usmano. The mastery of his beautiful paintings and the richness of their pattern themes give a unique, hard-to-reproduce character to each of his works. Here, you will have an opportunity to see the master class of ceramic production and to create some pieces on your own. Upon reaching Fergana, check – in for an overnight stay and dinner at the hotel.

Day 8 - Tashkent – Kokand – Rishton – Fergana

Day 9

Fergana – Margilan – Andijan – Tashkent

After breakfast, you will hit the road and head towards Margilan, a city located in the Fergana region in eastern Uzbekistan and famous for its wonderful and fine silks. You will visit a workshop where original handmade methods of silk Ikat production are still used. “Ikat” refers to the dyeing technique used to create the designs on the fabric. Visit a vivid, chaotic local market in Margilan and grab some delicious lunch before continuing towards Andijan. The city is perhaps best known as the birthplace of Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire and the first emperor of the Mughal Dynasty in India. You will visit Babur park and museum where you learn about the history and life of the Great Babur after which you will take the train back to Tashkent. Enjoy your last evening in Uzbekistan with a special dinner, while reminiscing fond memories collected on this trip with your fellow travelers.

Day 9 - Fergana – Margilan – Andijan – Tashkent

Day 10


Our life is a journey, not a destination. And to travel is an effort to get in sync with the most important aspect of you – your life! The last day of the trip is here, and post breakfast, it’s time to head back home. All good things are destined to come to an end, and so is this journey. But not all farewells have to be lasting, and we promise to lend our hand again when you plan to explore another fascinating part of this world.

Day 10 - Departure


Rs 2,15,000 + 5% GST Per Person (EMI Option Available)

Trip Inclusions

  • Accommodation in Premium category Hotels (9 nights on Twin Sharing basis)
  • All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
  • Certified English Speaking Driver/ Guide
  • Airport Transfers
  • All Transfers & Sightseeing/Activities as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All Entrance Fees applicable
  • Visa assistance
  • Adventures Overland crew and support team
  • Travel in a luxury coach
  • Chauffeur Driven AC Sedan car (3 participants per car) on Day-08 for crossing the Mountain Pass
  • Tashkent-Bukhara, Samarkand-Tashkent & Andijan-Tashkent train tickets
  • Master Class in cooking Authentic Uzbekistan Cuisine
  • Master Class in Pottery at Samarkand/ Bukhara
  • Folklore Show at Nadirkhon Devanbegi Madrassah

Trip Exclusions

  • Any Domestic/ International Air Tickets
  • Visa Charges
  • Insurance & Documentation costs, like Medical & Travel Insurance
  • Any Cost Arising Out of Unforeseen Circumstances like Ill Health, Land Blocks, Bad Weather Etc.
  • Meals & Drinks that are not listed in the itinerary
  • All Optional Tours / Activities
  • Anything which is not mentioned in the Inclusions section
  • Tips & Gratuities
  • Personal Expenditure
  • PCR Test if applicable
  • 5% GST
  • 5% TCS

Cancellation Policy

  • 10% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fee if the trip is cancelled before 60 days of the departure date
  • 25% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fee if the trip is cancelled within 60 – 45 days of the departure date
  • 50% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fee if the trip is cancelled within 45 – 30 days of the departure date
  • 100% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fee if the trip is cancelled within 30 days of departure date

Refund Policy

  • In case of cancellation, the refund will be made in 25-30 working days as per the cancellation policy and subtracting 5% GST on the deposited amount.
  • The refund will be made to the same account/mode through which transfers have been received.
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