Ziyarat Tour

Ziyarat Tour

Place to visit: Samarkand, Bukhara, Tashkent

Duration: 6 days / 5 nights

Standard tour price includes:
  • Standard tour price includes:  
  1. Accommodation 4-5* and boutique class hotels
  2. Full board meals
  3. Transport service comfortable car/van/bus with a/c as per itinerary
  4. Entrance fees for sightseeing and museums
  5. English speaking guide service
  6. One-way ticket for Afrasiab/Sharq fast train
  7. Folklore show in Bukhara
  8. Daily drinking water per person

 

  •   Tour price does not include:
  1. Other personal expenses not included in the tour.
  2. International air tickets


* Deposit prepayment amount is 100 % from cost of package should be done upon confirmation

** Scanned copies of passports for tickets  should be send  to our side at least one month prior to departure date.

Tour itenary

Day 1: Bukhara (B/L/D)

Breakfast in the hotel

After breakfast. Sightseeing tour in Bukhara: Poi-Kalyan Ensemble functioning Madrassah Miri-Arab,Taqi (trading domes), Kukeldash Madrassah, Nadir Divanbegi, Lyab-i-Hauz Complex. Ark Fortress and Bolo-Hauz masjid. Local bazaar, carpets workshop.

Overnight in Bukhara

Overnight at the hotel

Meals: Breakfast / --------- / Dinner

Day 2: Tashkent - Bukhara (B/L/D)

Breakfast in the restaurant

Meet by our representative and guide outside terminal.

Breakfast.Transfer to airport to take flight to Bukhara at 7:30. Arrive in Bukhara 9:10. Sightseeing in Bukhara:visit Bakhauddin Nakhshbandi Ensemble, Sitorai Moxi Hossa – summer residence of Bukhara Emirs, Ismail Samani mausoleum, Museum of Water – Chashmai Ayub. After dinner at Nodir Devonbegi madrasah with folk show and overnight in Bukhara transfer to hotel.

  • Kuk-Gumbaz Mosque

    Kuk-Gumbaz Mosque is a religious building in Shakhrisabz, which means “blue dome”. It was built with patronage of the famous astronomer Mirzo Ulugbek in 1435.

  • Madrasah of Muhammad Aminkhan

    Madrasah of Muhammad Aminkhan is a madrasah which is located in the historical part of the city of Ichan Kala. It was built in 1851-1854 by Muhammad Amirkhan and became the largest madrasah in Central Asia.

  • Madrasah of Muhammad Rahimkhan

    Madrasah of Muhammad Rahimkhan is another unique madrasah in Khiva. It was built in 1876. It is one of the largest in the territory of Central Asia.

  • Madrasa Nadir Devon Begi

    The madrasah was built in 1622-1623 by the vizier Imamkuli-khan Nodir Divan-begi as a caravanserai (a public building used as a parking lot for trade caravans and travelers), but after some time this place was converted into a madrasa without the main premises for training sessions, which was never built. 

  • Sultan Saodat complex

    Sultan Saodat complex is a complex of mausoleums on the bank of Surkhandarya. From the Arabic language “Sultan Saodat” is literally translated as “domination of Seids”. This complex is located three kilometers from the city of Termez.

  • The ensemble Poi-Kalyan

    The ensemble Poi-Kalyan, which translates as “the foot of the Great,” includes the following: Kalyan mosque, Miri-Arab madrasa, and Kalyan minaret.

Lunch at the restaurant & dinner at the hotel

Overnight at the hotel

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 3: Bukhara-Samarkand (B/L/D)

Breakfast in the hotel

After breakfast, transfer to Samarkand at 7:30. On approaching Samarkand visit Maqami Imam Bukhariy. Arrive in Samarkand at 14:00. Transfer for lunch and to hotel check in and sightseeing tour in Samarkand: Gur-Emir Mausoleum, Registan Ensemble.

Overnight in Samarkand

  • Ensemble Registan

    In 2001, Samarkand was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, and thanks to three magnificent madrasas like Ulugbek, Sher-Dor and Tillya-Kari, we can immediately understand why. Each madrasah has a special mosaic, for which lies its meaning.

  • Madrasah of Abdulaziz Khan

    Madrasah of Abdulaziz Khan is a madrasah in the city of Bukhara, named for the ruler of Abdulazizkhan. Madrasah of Abdulaziz Khan is one complex with Madrasah of Ulugbek.

  • Shahi Zinda

    Shahi Zinda is a monument of medieval architecture in Samarkand, an complex of mausoleums of Samarkand aristocracy, which translated as “living king”.

Lunch & dinner at the hotel

Overnight at the hotel

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 4: Samarkand-Tashkent (B/L/D)

Breakfast in the hotel

Breakfast. Continue sightseeing: Shah-i-Zinda necropolis, mausoleum ofKussam ibn Abbas, Ulugbek observatory, Bibi Khanum Mosque Free at leisure time, shopping with visit to Old Samarkand bazaar - Siab. Transfer to train station to take fast going train Afrasiab at 17:00. Arrive in Tashkent at 19:10.

Transfer to hotel for rest.

  • Ark

    Ark is the ancient citadel in the city of Bukhara. Ark is the most ancient architectural and archaeological monument of Bukhara.

    In its time, Ark, towering above Registan Square, was a symbol of greatness, power and impregnability.

  • Bolo Hauz Complex

    Bolo Hauz Complex is an architectural complex located in the city of Bukhara. It consists of a mosque, a minaret and a pond.

    Bolo Hauz Mosque before the Revolution served as the main friday mosque in Bukhara, the Emir of Bukhara prayed in it. The winter mosque and the pond were built in 1712.

  • Chor-Minor

    Chor-Minor is a madrasah in the city of Bukhara, which was financed by the turkmen Khalifa Niyaz-Kula. Therefore, it is also called Madrasah of Khalifa Niyaz-Kula. Chor-Minor, in translation means “four minarets”, was built approximately in 1807.

  • Samanids Mausoleum

    Samanids Mausoleum is a monument of early medieval architecture built in the IX century. It is located in the historical center of the city of Bukhara, in a park, divided into the site of an ancient cemetery. The mausoleum is one of the architectural masterpieces of Central Asia and the gem of world architecture.

  • Shrine of Kusama ibn Abbas

    Samarkand has always been famous for its rich history and incredible beauty of architectural structures. And one of the most famous and most visited places here is the ensemble of Shahi Zinda, which was built over 9 centuries and includes more than twenty buildings of the 9th — 14th and 19th centuries. The name of Shahi Zinda is translated from Persian as “Living King”. According to the legend, the cousin of the Prophet Mohammed, Kusam ibn Abbas, came to Samarkand with a small army to establish Islam.

Lunch at the restaurant & dinner at the hotel

Overnight at the hotel

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 5: Tashkent - Departure (B/L)

Breakfast in the hotel

After breakfast check out from hotel and start sightseeing in Tashkent: Memorial complex for victims of repression, Memorial of Courage, Khasty Imam complex- where the world famous Quran (VII century) of Caliph Uthman – Ottoman. Independence square, Baroqhon madrasah, Kukaldosh Madrasah, Abulqasim Madrasah to see local craftsmen products. Shopping at the oriental bazaar CHORSU. Transfer to the airport.

  • Afrasiab Museum

    Afrasiab Museum is dedicated to the history of the city of Samarkand and its environs. It is located in the city of Samarkand. The building of the museum is located in the northeastern part of the city, near the ancient settlement of Afrasiab, which is one of the largest archaeological memorial in the world.

  • Courage monument

    “Courage” monument was created by sculptor Dmitry Ryabichev in memory of the earthquake in 1966. This monument stands in the place where it was the epicenter of the earthquake.

    The artistic image of the monument is enclosed in the image of a cube of black granite, as a symbol of the earth which passes through the split, which personifies the tragedy. 

  • Islam Hoja Minaret

    Islam Hoja Minaret is a minaret in Khiva located in the center of the Ichan-Kala citadel. The minaret is part of the Islam Hoja complex. Islam Hoja Minaret is the tallest building of Old Khiva, its height is 44.6 meters, and with this indicator, it is the second highest minaret after Kalyan-Minaret in Central Asia.

  • Madrasah Abulkasym

    Madrasah Abulkasym Sheikh was built in the XVI century in a single ensemble with the Mausoleum of Hanaka Muyi Muborak. Originally it was a one-story complex, which included a mosque, madrasa, and a bath. The complex was a community center. 

  • Madrasah Barakhan

    Madrasah got its name in honor of the ruler of the complex in the middle of the XVI-th century Navruz Ahmed Khan, nicknamed Barakhan. The Barak Khan madrasah was built in the 16th century by Suyunij Khan, whose ancestor is Ulugbek.

  • Mustakillik Square

    Mustakillik Square (“Independence Square”) is the central square of the capital where holiday events and military parades are held on days of ceremonial events and public holidays.

    After Uzbekistan gained its Independence, in 1994 the V.I. Lenin Square was renamed and received the name “Mustakillik Maydoni”, which means “Independence Square”. 

  • The memorial complex to victims of repression

    The memorial complex to victims of repression was formed in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On the establishment of the Day of remembrance of victims of repression” dated May 1, 2001 and the Decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated November 8, 2002, until the end of the 30s of the 20th century, mass executions of the repressed took place.

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / ---------