Small group tour Uzbekistan for exact dates at a super price

Small-group tour in Uzbekistan.

Uzbekistan is rightfully known as the richest treasure of the past. Visiting its outstanding architectural heritage, it is difficult to remain indifferent to the beauty inherent in the design and execution of mosques, minarets, mausoleums, and madrassas. We invite you to visit Uzbekistan with our 5-days small group tour with excursions in Tashkent, Bukhara, Samarkand, legendary cities with turquoise domes.

A Small-group tour of Uzbekistan is an opportunity to expand your circle of acquaintances by meeting other tour participants from different parts of our world. The price of a small group tour to Uzbekistan has been reduced to the maximum. The number of people in a small group tour in Uzbekistan is limited to 8 people.

Uzbekistan trip in small group up to 8 people.

Small-group tour to Uzbekistan for guaranteed dates.

Day 1 Tashkent - Bukhara
Arrive in the sunny and hospitable capital of Uzbekistan - the picturesque and beautiful city of Tashkent. Meeting with a professional guide and driver, the beginning of an excursion around Tashkent, the program includes a visit to Mustakillik Square with a monument to the Grieving Mother and fountains. Monument of Courage dedicated to the courage of city residents who survived the Tashkent earthquake on April 26, 1966. Everyone's favorite Alayskiyi bazaar, located in the very center of the city, where you can buy souvenirs for loved ones. Square Амир Temur, where not only Tashkent residents prefer to rest, but also tourists, as well as the Ballet Theater named after Navoi, built-in 1947 by Japanese prisoners of war. After the end of the excursion program at the Museum of Applied Arts, transfer to the station and departure by Afrasiab train to Bukhara at 18:50. Arrive in the fabulous eastern city of Bukhara at 22:37, meeting at the station, transfer to the hotel 3*.

Day 2 Bukhara (Breakfast, dinner)
After a delicious breakfast at the hotel, you will go on a fascinating excursion to the sights of Bukhara, accompanied by an experienced and friendly guide, who will accurately and enthusiastically tell you about the historical, cultural, and economic aspects of ancient Bukhara. The excursion program will acquaint you with the fortress walls and gates of Bukhara, the Samanid mausoleum, the Chashma Ayub mausoleum with the source of St. Job, the Ark fortress, the ancient prison, the Bolo-Khauz, and Khoja-Zainutdin complexes. Explore the Kosh Madrasah, consisting of two madrasahs of Abdullah Khan and Modar-i-Khan, the Poi-Kalon ensemble, which includes the Kalyan minaret, the Kalyan mosque, the Miri-Arab madrasah. Meanwhile, the Miri-Arab madrasah, one of the operating madrasas, is one of the most prestigious Islamic educational institutions in the post-Soviet space. Stroll through the historic trading domes of Toki Zargaron, Toki Tilpak Furushon, Toki Saraffon, Ulugbek Madrasah, Abdulaziz Khan Madrasah, Khoja-Gaukushan Ensemble, and Magoki-Attari Mosque. Discover the ensemble-square Lyabi Hauz with three madrasas Kukeldash, Khanaka, Nadir-Divan-Begi, and a monument to Khoja Nasreddin. Today's excursion in Bukhara will end with a visit to the Bukhara synagogue, followed by a dinner with a master class on cooking Bukhara pilaf.

Day 3 Bukhara - Samarkand (Breakfast, dinner)
Breakfast at the hotel, check-out from the hotel, departure to Samarkand. Upon arrival in Samarkand, you will be accommodated in a room of a cozy 3* hotel, where you can lay out your things, have a little rest, and get ready for discoveries. Gathering your strength and meeting with the guide, you will go to Registan Square, where you will see a magnificent panorama of the three majestic madrasas of Ulugbek, Sherdor, and Tili-Kori. Also, visit the Gur-Emir mausoleum and the nearby Rukhabad and Aksaray mausoleums. Dinner at the local restaurant Novy Arbat, the dinner menu includes baked lamb with herbs and vegetables.

Day 4 Samarkand - Tashkent (Breakfast, dinner)
Breakfast at the hotel. Today the sightseeing tour of Samarkand includes the Bibi-Khanum mosque, built by Temerlan's wife, the Siab bazaar, where organic products are sold. Mosque Hazrat-Khizr, burnt to the ground by Chinggis Khan but restored by a wealthy Bukharian. Shahi-Zinda ensemble with narrow streets and beautiful mausoleums, this ensemble also houses the mausoleum of Kusam ibn Abbas, a Muslim missionary and cousin of the Prophet Muhammad, who arrived in Sogdiana in 676 with the first wave of Arab conquerors. Mausoleum of St. Daniel, revered by Muslims, Christians, Jews. The Afrasiab Museum with a 7th-century fresco depicting the Sogdian king Varhuman (650-670) and the 15th-century Ulugbek observatory, one of the greatest archaeological finds of the 20th century. At the end of the tour, you will go to the railway station. After the end of the excursion program in Samarkand, transfer to the station and departure by Afrasiab train to Tashkent at 17:30. Arrive in the capital of Uzbekistan at 19:40, meeting at the station, transfer to the Mulla Do'st restaurant for a farewell dinner. Then transfer to the Admira 4* hotel, accommodation in the hotel to recuperate before leaving Uzbekistan.

Day 5 Tashkent Departure (Breakfast).
It's time to say goodbye. In the morning, the transfer will take you to the airport, where you will check in for your flight home.

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The health and safety of tourists, employees, and their loved ones has always been one of our priorities. https://caj.uz takes the following measures to ensure the safety of tourists, as well as minimize the risks associated with the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 during a tour of Uzbekistan;

✅ we explain to the service personnel (guides and drivers) and tourists about the features of this virus;
✅ we provide tourists with personal protective equipment: gloves, masks, and an antiseptic during a tour of Uzbekistan;
✅ every day, before starting work with tourists, we screen the body temperature of service personnel (guides and drivers) and tourists;
✅ we provide to the service personnel (guides and drivers) working with tourists: gloves, antiseptics, and a supply of disposable protective masks that change at least once every 3 hours;
✅ the driver of the transport disinfects twice a day - in the morning and the evening - the door handles and the interior of the car;
✅ we place flyers on vehicles reminding tourists and service personnel (guide and driver) of the importance of washing and disinfecting hands;
✅ we regularly remind tourists to report the occurrence of high fever, coughing, and/or shortness of breath to the attendants (guides and drivers).

Tour codeDate and priceReserved
UZG2007
$500
20.07.2021
0 paxBuy
UZG0308
$500
03.08.2021
0 paxBuy
UZG1708
$500
17.08.2021
3 paxBuy
UZG2408
$500
24.08.2021
0 paxBuy
UZG3108
$500
31.08.2021
0 paxBuy
UZG0709
$500
07.09.2021
2 paxBuy
UZG2109
$500
21.09.2021
0 paxBuy
UZG0510
$500
05.10.2021
4 paxBuy
UZG1910
$500
19.10.2021
1 paxBuy
UZG2610
$500
26.10.2021
3 paxBuy
Price for 1 pax
Accommodation in 3* Hotel
Double/twin room
$500
Single room
$600
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Prices valid until: 31.12.2021

Included / Not Included

Tour price includes;
  • accommodation in double rooms with amenities;
  • train tickets TashkentBukharaSamarkandTashkent, economy class;
  • meals according to program (breakfast and dinner);
  • all excursions according to the program, with local guides in English (if necessary, a guide is provided in German, Spanish, Italian, French, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Russian languages);
  • cost of entrance tickets;
  • air-conditioned transport for the whole tour;
  • one bottle of mineral water (1.5 liters) per person for each day of the tour;
  • payment for photos and videos of the sightseen;
  • visa support to Uzbekistan (if necessary).
Tour price does not include;
  • early check-in and late check-out from the hotels;
  • personal cash expenses;
  • excess baggage, which is more than 20 kg;
  • travel insurance;
  • visa cost to Uzbekistan.