Tours to Uzbekistan: Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva

  • Combined tour IV. Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan (10 Days/9 Nights)

    Travel itinerary: Tashkent – Urgench - Khiva – Kunya Urgench – Khiva – Urgench - Bukhara - - Shahrisabz -Samarkand – Tashkent – Chimgan - Tashkent.

    Duration: 10 days, 9 nights

  • Archeological tour in “Dalvarzintepa” (8 Days/7 Nights)

    Travel itinerary: Tashkent – Termez – Dalvarzintepa – Samarkand – Tashkent

    Duration: 8 days/7 nights

    Kind of route: airway tour and motor coach

    Places of visit (nights): Tashkent (2) – Samarkand (1) – Termez (1) – Dalvarzintepa (3)

    Best time to travel: all year

    Accommodation: single or double accommodations in hotels, private house and expeditionary base


    Description: Traveling in tourist cities of Uzbekistan. The best program for visiting the archaeological sites of Surkhandarya region 

  • Carpet tour (8 Days/7 Nights)

    Travel itinerary: Tashkent – Khiva - Bukhara – Shahrisabz - Samarkand - Tashkent


    Duration: 8 days, 7 nights

    Kind of route: airway tour and motor coach

    Places of visit (nights): Khiva(1) - Tashkent (2) - Samarkand (2) - Shahrisabz and Bukhara (2) 

    Best time to travel: all year 

    Accommodation: single or double accommodations in hotels

    Description: Traveling and visiting carpet workshops in major tourist cities of Uzbekistan. Tour package consists of historical components, best 8 days tour package for carpet purchase and visiting the memorial complexes of Khiva – open air museum, legendary Samarkand, holy Bukhara, homeland of Amir Temur (Tamerlan) – Shahrisabz and Tashkent.

    Tashkent: Visiting Old part of the city: Visiting Khazrat-Imam Complex including Madrasseh Barak-Khan (XVI c.); Jami Mosque (XIX c.); Mausoleum of Kaffal-Shoshi (XV c.). Madrasseh of Kukeldash (XV c.). Modern part of the city: visiting Museum of Applied Arts, Amir Temur square, Opera and Ballet Theater named by Alisher Navoi, carpet shop

    Samarkand: Visiting Registan square including: Madrasseh of Ulugbek (XIV), Sherdor Madrasseh (XVII) and Tillya Kari Madrasseh (XVII); Gur-Emir Mausoleum (XV c.), Ulughbek’s Observatory (XV.), Bibi Khanum Mosque (XV c.), Shakhi Zinda Mausoleum (XII-XVI cc.), carpet factory

    Shahrisabz: Visiting: Ak- Saray Palace (14-15cc.), Darus-Saadat, Dorut-Tillavat Complexes (14-16cc.), Ulugbek’s Gumbazi- Seyidan Makbarat, Kok- Gumbaz Mosque (15 cc.)
    Bukhara: Visiting Ark Fortress (VII-XIX); Mausoleum of Ismail Samani (X), Medrese of Ulugbek (1417), Poi-Kalyan Complex including: Minaret of Kalyan (XII), Medrese of Mir-Arab (XVI), Kalyan Mosque (XV); Taki-Zargaron Dome Bazar (XVI), Demonstration of silk production and materials, Lyabi-Khauz Mosque (XVI-XVII), Chor-Minor Medrese (1807), Visiting Sitorai Mokhi Hosa Palace (XIX-XX), private carpet workshop

    Khiva: Full day sightseeing program in Ichan- Qala, carpet factory 

  • Tour “Ceramics World of Uzbekistan” (12 days/11nights)

    Travel itinerary: Tashkent – Fergana – Margilan – Rishtan – Kokand – Kuva – Andijan – Tashkent – Urgench – Khiva – Bukhara – Gijduvan – Samarkand – Tashkent

    Duration: 12 days/11nights

    Kind of route: airway tour and motor coach

    Places of visit (nights): Tashkent (3) – Fergana (3)  – Margilan – Rishtan – Kokand – Kuva – Andijan –Khiva (1) – Bukhara (2) – Gijduvan – Samarkand (2)


    Best time to travel: all year

    Accommodation: single or double accommodations in hotels


    Description: Traveling in major tourist cities of Uzbekistan. Tour package consists of ceramic art, historical and archeological components. Best tour package for visiting memorial complexes and ceramic studios of Uzbekistan

  • Buddhist tour (8 days/7 nights)

    Travel itinerary: Tashkent – Termez – Bukhara – Tashkent – Samarkand – Tashkent

    Duration: 8 days/7 nights

    Kind of route: airway tour, train and motor coach

    Places of visit (nights): Tashkent (4) – Termez (2) – Bukhara (1) – Samarkand

    Best time to travel: all year

    Accommodation: single or double accommodations in hotels


    Description: Traveling in tourist cities of Uzbekistan. The tour consists of a combination of historical, architectural, cultural and Buddhist components of Uzbekistan 

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Information about Tajikistan


Republik of Tajikistan

Total Area: 143,100 sq km

Land Area: 142,700 sq km 

Water Area: 400 sq km 

Highest Point: Qullai Ismoili Somoni 7,495 m 

Lowest Point: Syr Darya (Sirdaryo) 300 m

Capital City: Dushanbe 

Independence Day: 9 September 1991

Population: 7,011,556 

Languages: Tajik (official), Russian widely used in government and business 

Religion: Sunni Muslim 85%, Shi'a Muslim 5%, other 10%

Life Expectancy: 64.47

Currency: somoni

Industries: aluminum, zinc, lead, chemicals and fertilizers, cement, vegetable oil, metal-cutting machine tools, refrigerators and freezers

Exports: aluminum, electricity, cotton, fruits, vegetable oil, textiles

Import: electricity, petroleum products, aluminum oxide, machinery and equipment, foodstuffs

Time: 5 hours ahead of GMT.

The biggest lakes: Issyk-Kul (6236 sq. km), Son-Kul (278 sq. km), Chatyr-Kul (170.6 sq. km).

Tajikistan is a mountainous country. 93% of its territory is surrounded by mountains, referring to the highest mountain systems of Central Asia: Tyan-Shan and the Pamirs. Almost half of the territory of Tajikistan is situated at a height of more than 3000m. The huge mountains are everywhere cut up by a rich network of gorges and canyons, through the bottom of which, the flows of mountain rivers storm. 
The climate is continental and is characterised by sharp seasonal and daily fluctuations. The cold winter passes into rainy spring and is quickly replaced by dry summer, with the exception of Pamir. Tajikistan belongs to two climatic areas: Asian and Central Asian.

An average temperature of January in plains and foothills fluctuates from +2 up to 2C. An average temperature of July exceeds 31C in the plains and falls lower +10C. The autumn period is characterised by an unsteady temperature (from -3-5 up to 36+38C). The annual course of humidity depends on the air temperature. An annual amount of sediments reaches 200mm in the central regions. In deep hollows and narrow valleys, a number of sediments decreases up to 100-300m per year. An average annual amount of the sediments reaches 1200mm in Pamir. The types of sediments are various: the snow is 15-20% per year, high in the mountains up to 100%. The mountain winds occur only high in the mountains. 

An average density of population in Tajikistan is 42,1 men for 1 sq. km.. Richly are occupied the Gissar and Vaksh valleys and Khujand region . More over 85% of the population live in valley regions ( making 35% of the territory of the republic). The part of living here of urban population reaches 95% . In 90th years not least 35% of population of the republic lived in towns.(65% lived in the rural area).

Tajikistan is a multinational state. A great part of its population (70%) make the Tajik prevailing in all the regions of the republic. The Uzbek, Russians, Tatar, Ukrainians, Kirghis, Turkmen, Kazakh Beludgy, Arab, Central Asian`s Gypsies and the Jews live also in the territory of Tajikistan. The mountainous Badakhshan is populated by Pamir nationalities ( frequently named the mountainous Tajik). The language they speak refers to the Pamir group of east branch of the Iranian languages.


The tajik(the self-name Tojik) speak tajik which refers to the south-west group of the Iranian languages. Besides the republic of Tajikistan they also live behind its limits. In Uzbekistan ( where the Tajik on the official data, make about 4% of the population of this republic) are settled in the valleys of rivers Zerafshan , Shirbadarya, Sokh ( to the south from Kokand ), on the right inflows of the river Surkhandarya, in the upper Kashkadarya and other areas . A considerable tajik population are in cities Samarkand and Bukhara. In the north-east of Afghanistan live over 3.5 million tajik. They also live in the frontier regions of Kirgizia , south-west of Kazakhstan historic province of Khorasan in the north-west of Iran.

According to the Constitution of Tajikistan, the state language of the republic is Tajik language. The Constitution, at the same time, guarantees all the people living in Tajikistan the right and the opportunity to use freely their native language. Tajik language ("zaboni tojiki") is a native language both for beludges living in Tajikistan and the Centralasian's Jews. The people of Pamir use Tajik language as literary one. The language of interethnic dialogue - first of all in northern, Centralasian's southwest regions of the country ( despite of the outflow of the considerable part of Russian -speaking population) - remains Russian language , about 30% of the ethnic Tadjiks and a considerable part of the representatives of other people mastered it in 80th years. In the mountainous Badakhshan the functions of the language of an interethnic dialogue fulfill Tajik . It is mainly connected with that a great part of the population of mountainous Badakhshan ( with the exception of Murgob) make Tajiks . The language of the mass media ( newspapers, radio and television) with Tajik language are Russian and Uzbek languages.