Airport reception. Transfer to the hotel and check in at the hotel. Visit of the city of Tashkent (the capital of Uzbekistan). See the place of Amir Timour (Temerlan), the theater of Alisher Navoi (the famous poet), the local market "Oloy" and other places of interest. Lunch and dinner at local restaurants. Overnight in Tashkent (at the hotel).
Departure for the national airport for the flight to Nukus (the administrative center of the Republic of Karakalpakistan). Day 1 Tashkent Day-2 Tashkent - Nukus -Moinak Arrival in Nukus and transfer to Mouïnak (the village that used to be at the edge of the Aral Sea). Visit the famous cemetery of ships. Visit the daily life of the people of Mouïnak. Stay overnight at Mouïnak (at the yurt camp).
Transfer to Khiva (Its old name, Khvarezm or Khorezm, the capital of the ancient Chorésmie of Herodot, is that of the historical region of which it was the capital). On the way, visit the Ayaz-Kala civilization (ruins of the old fortress was probably built in the 4th century BC), Gyaur Kala (IV-III century BC), Toprak Kala ( III - II century BC). Overnight in Khiva (at the hotel).
Visit the Itchan Kala Fortress (the inner city of the city of Khiva), Kounya Arc (the governor's citadel that existed in each big city), the Allaouddinkhan mausoleum (the domed mausoleum and gate was built at the beginning of the 14th century), Day 4 khiva the medina of Mukhammad Aminkhan (in his entry is written in Arabic: "This formidable building will exist eternally for the joy of future generations"), the Tachkhaouli Palace (built between 1830 and 1841 for the Khanate ruler of Jiva), the Pakhlavan Makhmoud mausoleum (the funerary complex that houses several tombs from the 14th century to the 20th century). We will spend the night in Khiva (at the hotel).
Visit the local life of Khorezm (one of the regions of Uzbekistan). Transfer to the village Soulayman Kala. Take part in the ceremony, national dance, customs and during the preparation of national meals Free time. Night in Soulayman Kala (at the local house)
Transfer to Bukhara (This is the most complete example of a medieval city in Central Asia whose urban fabric has remained largely intact, with many monuments). On the road, stop (the largest river in Central Asia) - admire the picturesque landscape, lunch. Take pictures of the desert Kizilkum (The Red Desert). Arrival in Bukhara. Installation at the hotel. Free time to visit Bukhara during the night. Night at the hotel.
Bukhara is a city of Uzbekistan, located in the center-south of the country Excursion on foot from Bukhara, visit the architectural complex POI Kalon (A remarkable ensemble composed in particular of a monument called the Great Minaret, the highest point of ancient Bukhara.) The Medersa Mir-Arab (The madrassah was built at the beginning of the 16th century by Sheikh Abdullah Yamani, Sufi religious leader of Yemeni origin and spiritual guide of the Emir of Bukhara), the Magorg Attari mosque (This ancient monument was kept more mysteries for archaeologists and historians compared to other historical buildings of Bukhara), the medister of Ulugbek (the grandson of Temerlan) The medal of Abdulazizkhan (the son of Ulugbek), the commercial cupolas, the Fortress of Arc (the citadel of the governor of Bukhara), the Lyabi Khaouz ensemble (This is the most popular place of the inhabitants of Bukhara ). Night at the hotel
Sitorai Mokhi Khossa (the former summer residence of the Bukhara emirs), Tchor Bakr (The necropolis which was built from 1560 to 1563). Visit the mausoleum Bakhauddin Nakshbandi (the mausoleum of Bakhauddin Naqchbandi is considered the most sacred place in the city) - see how people believe in Islam, faces seeking deliverance ... Day-8 Bukhara- Gijdouvan Transfer to Gijdouvan (In Uzbekistan this city is said to be second Beijing, because of the big market). Overnight in Gijdouvan (in the local house).
Visit the family ceramic studio Narzouloyev, we can see the process of production of ceramics and the museum of ceramics. Visit the Medras Abdulkhalik Gijdouvani (XII century) Visit the market Gijdouvan, we say that in China we produce what we see, but in Gijdouvan we produce what we hear! Overnight in Gijdouvan (at the local house).
In the morning, transfer to Nourata. Nourata is a small town in the foothills of the mountains of Nourata. Legend says that the city appeared centuries ago, after the fall of the meteorite. It was built by Alexander the Great. A real miracle of Nourata is the lake of Aïdarkoul in the endless sands of Kizikkoum with its clear waters and an abundance of various fish. The infinite sands of Kizikkum, the base of the yurts, the camel rides, the beauty of the night sky and the amazing national folklore - all of them are known in the village of Sentyab where we will visit after the city of Nourata. Overnight at Sentyab (at yurt camps).
n the morning, visit Aïdarkoul, the journey runs to camels in Doungalak village. Walk through the village. Get acquainted with the local life, the coulture, the meal, participate in the preparation of the bread and Uzbek ceilings. Free time. The infinite sands of Kizikkum, the base of the yurts, the camel rides, the beauty of the night sky and the amazing national folklore - all of them are known in the village of Sentyab where we will visit after the city of Nourata. Night in Sentyab.
Transfer to Samarkand Visit of Reguistan Square ((Reguistan is an immence square paved with baked bricks and pebbles on which stands all three imposing medieval universities), the mosque of Bibikhanoum (a mosque of the city of Samarkand, named after one of women of Tamerlane), Shakh-i-Zinda ensemble (The necropolis of the "living King"), the Siab market (the oldest market in Uzbekistan), Overnight at the hotel.
Continuation of the excurtion. Visit the Afrasiab Museum (the history of Samarkand). The trip to the village Konigil where we can see the process of making silk paper. Free time to watch the horticulture and gardening of the local people. Take the TGV train to Tashkent. Night in Tashkent.
Visit the city of Tashkent: the traditional market of Tchorsou (the largest and oldest market in Tashkent), the Khasti-Imam complex (the religious center of Tashkent), the Barakkhan Medresa (built in the 16th century), the mosque Tilla Sheik (a beautiful library, rich in oriental manuscripts, including Corinth of the Caliph Osman of the 7th century This manuscript is the earliest existing written version of the Qur'an). Free time to buy. Lunch and dinner at the local restaurant. Transfer to the airport. Departure according to the flight schedule.