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NAVRUZ (NEW YEAR IN THE EAST) TOUR

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19.10.2018

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6 Days
Availability : Mar 18’ - Mar 18’
Your Location
Tashkent.Uzbekistan
Min Age : 12+
Max People : 40
Tour Details

Navruz is a holiday celebrating the awakening of nature, the beginning of work in the fields. It represents goodness, love and mercy. On this day one forgives old umbrages, visits the elderly, sick and lonely, warming them with a good word or a gift. Large families and pensioners receive assistance in various forms.

Since Uzbekistan’s independence Navruz has once again found its rightful place by becoming a general holiday expressing the triumph of friendship, unity and brotherhood of all who regard this independent and prosperous country their home. Spectacular performance will be held in the cities where one can see and understand the importance of Navruz in this country’s national history. The festivities spread from the cities like Tashkent, Samarkand, Shakhrisabz and Bukhara to all towns and villages of Uzbekistan, warming each home, every family. Late into the night music, song and laughter will ring in celebration of the beginning of a New Year.

Price Includes

  • 5 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Breakfasts
  • English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • Entrance Fees
  • Overland transportation by AC coach
  • All airport-hotel-airport transfers
  • Visa support to Uzbekistan

Price Excludes

  • International airfares and domestic flights
  • Single Supplement
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees
  • All personal expenses (extra luggage fee, room service, medical expenses/insurance, etc.)
  • Photo and video charges
  • Trip cancellation / accident insurance
  • Tips for guide and driver
Itinerary

DAY 1TASHKENT

Arrival in Uzbekistan. Meeting at the airport and transfer at hotel for accommodation.
Start of sightseeing of Uzbek capital Tashkent:

* Museum of Applied Art – bright carved plaster decorations (ganch) and carved wood the building of museum itself is an attraction. There are also exhibits of ceramics, textiles, jewelry, musical instruments and toys.
* Monument “Courage”- this is the monument to the victims of the earthquake in 1967, after which Tashkent was wholly reconstructed.
* Mustakillik Square – former “Red Squire” the main squire of the Tashkent with the monument to victims of the WW II.
* Drujba Narodov Square (Friendship of Nations) – the square with the modern buildings of Parliament and monument to Shaahmad Shomahmudov, man who adopted 15 orphans of different nations during WW.

Lunch and dinner at local restaurant.
Night at hotel.

DAY 2TASHKENT - BUKHARA

Breakfast at hotel. Transfer at airport to flight to Bukhara. Arrival and transfer at hotel.

City tour starts and ends with sightseeing of :
* The Poi-Kalyan architectural ensemble consisting of the Minaret (12 c.)
* The Mosque (15 c.) and the Amir Alim-Khan Medrece (19-20 c.)
* The Registan Ensemble consisting of the Arch Fortress (10-19 c.)
* The Bolo-House architectural complex.

Lunch at local restaurant.

City tour continue with countryside trips to the Museum of National Crafts in the former summer residence of the Bukhara Emir, The Samanids Mausoleum (12c.) and the architectural ensemble of Bahouddin Nakshbandi (16-17c.) located about 6 km away from Bukhara.

Dinner at local restaurant.
Overnight at hotel.

DAY 3BUKHARA - SHAHRISABZ - SAMARKAND

Breakfast. Departure to Samarkand by coach via Shakhrisabz matherland of Tamerlan.

City tour including:
* Kuk Gumbaz Mosque and Dorus Tilovat Complex – (1437) this big Friday Mosque was built by Ulugbek in honour of his father Shakhrukh
* Gumbazi Seydon – (Dome of Sseyids) finished by Ulugbek in 1438 as a mausoleum for his own descendants.
* Doru Saodat Complex – The complex was built in 1392 by Timur and means the seat of power and might.
* Hazrat Imam Mosque of 14 century
* Ak Saray (white Palace) – Timur’s summer palace

Lunch at local restaurant.

Arrival to Samarkand and accomodation in hotel.
Dinner and overnight at hotel.

DAY 4SAMARKAND

Breakfast at hotel. Sightseeing in Samarkand including:

* Ulugbek’s Observatory (XV c) 1st observatory in orient with 30m sextant built by Ulugbek to make exact astronomical catalogue
* Shahi Zinda mausoleum (XIV–XV c) ‘Town of Dead’ a complex of more than 20 unique buildings of different ages.

Lunch at local restaurant. In the afternoon continue of sightseeing including:

* Afrosiab museum with wall paintings and excavation site.
* Bazaar (close on Monday)

Dinner at local restaurant.
Transfer and overnight at hotel.

DAY 5SAMARKAND

Breakfast.

Free time. The Happy Navruz celebration.

Lunch at local restaurant.

Free time. The Happy Navruz celebration.

The Happy Navruz celebration Dinner with El-Meros Historical costume show-theater.

Overnight in hotel.

DAY 6SAMARKAND - TASHKENT

Breakfast at hotel.

Drive to Tashkent – 300 km. Stop by the mausoleum of Ismail Al-Bukhari (prominent Islamic theologian).

Arrive at Tashkent. Late lunch at local restaurant.

Transfer at airport and departure for your country.

Overnight.

7th Day

8:00 – 10:00 Breakfast.

Transfer to airport and departure for your country.

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