The Great Silk Route was a route for ancient trade between the East and West. This in a sense really shaped the contours of world trade, commerce and hence distribution of wealth… And as a function of that the history of the world with the attendant beauty of commerce and commercialization and the consequent brutality of war and control…

$ 1,050

(Per person for a group of 4 people on a twin sharing basis)

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Day 1:
Arrive in Tashkent

Arrive in Tashkent airport to be welcomed and transferred to the hotel. Lounge around, stroll around and explore the area near your hotel or just relax after your flight.

Day 2:
Tashkent

Take in a city-tour of Tashkent covering the ancient mausoleums and mosques. Drive out to Samarkand for a tour of the city covering the 15th century Gur-Emir Mausoleum, the burial-vault of the Timurids, the Registan Ensemble and Madrassahs (a few dating back to the 15th and 17th centuries) (B).

Day 3:
Samarkand

Explore the ancient city of Samarkand in depth taking in history along with the awe-inspiring structures of the 15th and 16th centuries – observatories, mosques, Madrassahs and even a necropolis! Head out to Bukhara in the evening and check into your hotel for a spot of relaxation. (B).

Day 4:
Madrassahs

This is the day for some serious historical sight-seeing covering some of the ancient mosques, mausoleums, Madrassahs, trading domes, minarets and vaults all of them dating back to between the 9th and 17th centuries… End the day with an entertaining and educative folklore show along with dinner. (B).

Day 5:
Urgench

Drive down to Urgench (Khiva) taking in the changing scenery outside and marveling at the desolate beauty of the place. Arrive in Urgench and explore the small town at your own pace (B).

Day 6:
Kunya-Ark fortress

Head out to the oldest part of the city for more of history and visit the Kunya-Ark fortress and the various ancient Madrassahs and Mausoleums – again 17th-19th century vintage… Take in the history and ancient monuments of Khiva to understand the dynamics of this country and how it shaped the unique culture. Head out to the airport to catch your flight to Tashkent. (B).

Day 7:
Departure

Get transferred to the international airport for your flight back home after a week soaked in history and a better understanding of how religion and trade of the Silk Route shaped the history of the region… (B).

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Inclusions

Accommodation in 3 star hotels on twin sharing basis with breakfast
All entrance fees and permits where required for tours mentioned in the detailed itinerary
All overland transportation by luxurious bus, minivan or car
All airport-hotel-airport transfers
English speaking guide
Visa support to Uzbekistan

Exclusions

Airfare Urgench – Tashkent USD 105 per person
All optional deviations from the detailed itinerary
Beverages and meals other than breakfast
Photo-and video camera charges during sightseeing
All personal expenses (extra luggage fee, room service, medical expenses, etc.)
Travel insurance
Tips to the guides, drivers, hotels
International airfare and Visa charges
Evening entertainment
Taxes, as applicable.

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