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Day 1. Tashkent

Arrive to Tashkent International Airport. Tashkent — The Capital of Independent Uzbekistan, the cosmopolitan city in the heart of Central Asia, the crossroad of different cultures. The city was an ancient center of The Great Silk Road, and where still today you can see the parts of the old city. After passport and customs controls you will be met by your guide/driver. Depart airport to hotel. Check in hotel and overnight.

Day 2. Tashkent/Kokand/Fergana (300km)

Breakfast, check out from the hotel. Drive to Fergana valley, the ancient area for The Silk route, modern center of Silk industry in Central Asia. The drive goes through the parts of Tien Shan Mountains, Kamchik Pass (2200m). Afternoon visit Kokand, capital of the Kokand Khanate in the 17th and 19th centuries. City tour includes visit to the Khan’s palace museum, Friday mosque and Norbutabiy madrasah. Continue driving to Fergana city, a green city of the valley which was founded by Russian Cossacks, where the house of the General-Governor still making a main part of the city center as a part of Russian history. Check in hotel and overnight.

Day 3. Fergana/Rishtan/Margilan/ Fergana (300km)

This morning you drive to Margilan-the city of silk production in Central Asia. You have a chance to join the old process of silk production and learn from the masters about the unique colors and patterns historically known as Chinese and Persian art. After silk factory you drive to Rishtan, the center of Ceramics in Fergana Valley, visit the ceramics workshop of Rustam Usmanov, one of the first private ceramics workshops. Afternoon drive back to Fergana, rest before dinner. Check in hotel and overnight.

Day4. Fergana/Tashkent

After breakfast check out from the hotel and drive back to Tashkent. Arrive Tashkent; check in to the hotel, short rest. City tour around the city, take a walk along the Independence Square, through Pedestrian Street towards Amir Temur’s Square. Return to the hotel. Dinner and overnight.

Day 5. Tashkent/Khiva

After early breakfast check out from the hotel for the morning flight to Urgench. Arrive Urgench airport and drive to Khiva (35km), start your city tour with UNESCO World Heritage site Ichan Kala Complex, Kalta Minar next to Muhammad Amin khan Madrasah from the XIXc. Turn towards Kunya Ark, the early period residence of the rulers of Khiva, fortified citadel as the part of the city. It includes a mosque, the palace of the khan, the residence of his harem, the mint, the arsenal, and the jail. Some of the other sites you will see include the Tomb of Sayid Allauddin, the Mausoleum of Pakhlavan Mahmud-the Patron of Khorezm, the Shergazi Khan Madrasa, the Islam Khodja Madrasa and Minaret, the Juma Mosque and Tash Khauli and the harem. Return to your hotel before dinner, rest. Dinner and overnight.

Day 6. Khiva/Toprak Kala/Ayaz Kala/Khiva

Morning drive to Karakalpakstan, The Autonomous Republic within Uzbekistan, to visit the remnants of the ancient forts: Ayaz Kala and Toprak Kala, which were once center of the old civilizations of nomads and settled cultures in Central Asia. Afternoon return back to Khiva, enjoy your dinner and overnight.

Day 7. Khiva/Bukhara (450km)

Breakfast and depart to Bukhara via the Kyzyl-Kum (red sands) desert. After a while you stop on the shore of The Amu Darya (Ancient Greek Oxus River), to see a beautiful panoramic view to the river. Arrive late afternoon in Bukhara and transfer to the hotel. Time for refreshment before dinner. Dinner and overnight.

Day 8. Bukhara

After breakfast start your city tour. Bukhara is known as Central Asia’s most ancient living city, as Morocco in the Middle East. Visit to the Citadel Ark, the palace of the rulers of Bukhara, Bolo Khauz Mosque with beautiful ayvan in traditional Bukharian style. Take a walk through the old part of the city towards Chashmai Ayub Mausoleum in city park area. Continue to the “pearl of the east” The Samanid’s Mausoleum, the family tomb of the Samanid Dynasty. Later proceed to covered bazaars were built on a crossroads of caravan routes, Toki Zargaron – cupola of jewelers, Abdulla khan Tim – a center of silk trade, Toki Telpak Furushon – cupola of the hat sellers, and Toki Sarrafon – cupola of moneychangers, visit Magoki Attor Mosque one of the oldest Mosques in Central Asia, and the Lyabi Khauz in the heart of the city. The Jewish Quarter and the synagogue will be a part of the tour too. Return to your hotel for overnight. Dinner and overnight.

Day 9. Bukhara

In the morning you drive outside of the city to will visit The Holy place, the tomb of Saint Bakhautdin Nakshbandi, one the founders of Nakshbandia Sufi Orden. The place of pilgrimage for thousand believers and sufies, spend some free time to see local customs. Later drive to The Summer residence of Bukhara Amir’s Sitorai Mokhi Khosa palace, the piece of Russian culture in Bukhara built for the reception of Tsar Nicolay II Romanov. Last will be Chor Bakr necropolis, the burial area of local ruler representatives and aristocracy. Dinner and overnight.

Day 10. Bukhara/Shakhrisabz/Samarkand

Depart early to Shakhrisabz or “green town”, birthplace of Tamerlane, who supported The Great Silk Road, your drive goes through Hungry Steppe, the part of The Great Silk Road. Upon arrival lunch and start your tour. Monuments you will see include: Ak-Saray or white palace, once the grandeurs structure in Temur’s Empire, Dorut-Tilovat-The House of Meditation, and Kok-Gumbaz (blue dome) Mosque built by Ulugbek, Dorus-Saodat – the seat of power and might, and the family crypt of the Timurids. Continue to Samarkand. Check in upon arrival. Dinner and overnight.

Day 11. Samarkand

After breakfast city tour, including: Registan Square-14th century bazaar area and the center of trade and cultural life in medieval Samarkand, Bibi Khanum Mosque, erected by order of Tamerlane after his victorious Indian campaign in 1399. Gur Emir Mausoleum, family tomb of Timurid’s, Shakhi Zinda Necropolis; visit a site of pilgrimage since the 11th century. There you can enjoy the finest samples of majolica, mosaic and terracotta tile works, mausoleums are concentrated around the shrine of Qusam Ibn Abbas. Further proceed to Afrasiyab (old Samarkand). Among the sites of Samarkand outstanding one is the Ulugbek’s Observatory (15th century), with the part of instrument-sextant. Dinner and overnight.

Day12. Samarkand/Tashkent

Depart to Tashkent arriving in time for lunch. After arrival check in to the hotel, afternoon tour around Tashkent, visiting the museum of Applied Arts, visit to the old city where you will see mausoleums, madrasah and the Chorsu Bazaar, the oldest market in the city. Time for refreshment, dinner and overnight.


After breakfast check out from the hotel for the flight back home.



  • Hotels 3* and 4*;
  • Transportation throughout the tour, including airports / train stations pick up and drop offs;
  • Local English speaking guide;
  • Entrance tickets to The museums, mausoleums and other sights;
  • Visa support Letter for Uzbekistan;
  • Dinner with Folklore show program at Nadir Divan-Begi Madrasah in Bukhara.



  • Charges in hotels for additional services;
  • Consular fees for Uzbekistan tourist visa;
  • Camera fees, charged separately by museums;
  • Single supplement 155 $;
  • Ticket for flight Tashkent-Bukhara 100 $;
  • Travel insurance;
  • International air tickets;
  • Full board (lunches and dinners).




Voyage inoubliable en Ouzbékistan, …. Que du bonheur entre la gentillesse des gens et la beauté des villes avec leurs medersas,.. Voyage que je recommande, tant par l’organisation que l’accueil,… À faire lors de la période des coquelicots, sublime paysage.



Je garde ce pays un souvenir merveilleux. On est rapidement subjugué par les paysages de montagnes majestueuses et les steppes infinies. On est plongé dans le passé en parcourant les routes de la soie où se mêlent l’orient et l’occident. La richesse de l’histoire et de la culture Ouzbeks sont à découvrir à travers les visites des villes de Khiva, de Boukhara et de Samarcande, des rues anciennes ou d’une soirée autour d’un feu de bois dans la steppe. J’ai adoré également la gentillesse des habitants, souriants et toujours prêts à se faire prendre en photos avec nous et l’esprit de tolérance au sein de cette population aux origines multiples et aux croyances différentes! L’Ouzbekistan est un pays moderne aussi avec des villes qui, si elles conservent une histoire soviétique, se modernisent et sont déjà de plain-pied dans le troisième millénaire. Ce pays entre tradition et modernité a été pour moi une vrai découverte et j’en conserve une grande nostalgie! Alors n’hésitez pas ! Allez découvrir l’Asie centrale et surtout l’Ouzbekistan!

Antonietta & Paola


A luglio 2017 abbiamo viaggiato lungo le strade dell’Uzbekistan, alla scoperta del passato glorioso di questa terra. Khiva, raccolta tra le sue imponenti mura millenarie; Bukhara dove «la luce nasce dalla terra»(un aforisma dell’Oriente islamico), i coloratissimi mercati e le splendide costruzioni di Samarcanda sono state le nostre incantevoli tappe. L’incontro con un popolo gentile ed amichevole,resterà per noi un ricordo indimenticabile.



Nous avons parcouru L’Ouzbékistan sur la route de la Soie pendant 2 semaines fin octobre 2013. Les étapes de notre périple étaient : Tashkent, Noukous (en avion), la Mer d’Aral, Khiva, Boukhara, Samarcand, Tersak et retour à Tashkent. Ce pays présente des paysages et un patrimoine exceptionnels. Le peuple est très accueillant et chaleureux. Nous avons fait des rencontres inoubliables : sur un champ de coton, dans l’école d’un village ou encore sur les marchés. Nous avons eu la chance d’avoir un guide en permanence qui nous a révélé toutes les richesses des endroits que nous avons pu visité. Son organisation était sans faille tant sur la diversité des hébergements : hôtels, yourte, logements chez l’habitant, mai aussi sur le choix des restaurants et des menus proposés qui nous ont permis de goûter à une pléiade de savoureux plats ouzbèks.

Lucienne SMETS


«Voyager en Ouzbekistan c’est trouver le dépaysement que le touriste recherche, rencontrer des gens très accueillants , découvrir des sites historiques qui peuvent remonter jusqu’au Moyen Age à l’époque de la Route de la Soie, s’aventurer dans le désert pour atteindre la mer d’Aral qui s’assèche mais y découvrir à sa place des falaises et des canyons magnifiques , bref un voyage à conseiller à ceux qui veulent sortir hors des sentiers battus».  Pour organiser un voyage en groupe ou en individuel, je peux vous recommander Samarkand Voyages. Tour-operateur est ouzbek , d’une grande disponibilité, parle français,  aime et connait très bien son pays.

Anne&Jean Pierre TAILLEMITE


Nous avons séjourné 12 jours en Ouzbékistan. Notre guide dont les coordonnées nous avaient été communiquées par une amie a été d’une totale efficacité. D’emblée nous avons été surpris qu’il ne nous demande pas d’arrhes pour préparer le voyage (nous étions huit). Sur place, il a fait preuve d’une grande gentillesse, étant prévenant, adaptant les efforts à nos capacités. Il parle un bon français. Il est réactif, capable de modifier un programme au dernier moment parce qu’un événement imprévu est survenu. Le guide est particulièrement consciencieux et généreux ; un soir il nous a accompagnés à un spectacle non prévu au programme dont il nous avait vanté les qualités et nous avons emprunté le minibus sans aucun supplément. C’est un homme qui aime et connait parfaitement son pays, son économie, son histoire, ses traditions, ses mœurs. Il en parle avec passion, mais sans « langue de bois », là encore en s’adaptant à nos attentes. Il est toujours souriant et de bon humeur. Bref, je vous recommande vivement cette agence de voyages avec lequel nous avons tous passé un voyage merveilleux.

Luca, Anna & Diego COSTI


La scorsa estate (2017) abbiamo deciso di visitare i paesi dell’Asia centrale KAZAKHSTAN-UZBEKISTAN-TURKMENISTAN., con una particolare attenzione alla „via della seta“ e alle tre città carovaniere di Khiva, Bukhara e Samarcanda. Ci siamo rivolti quindi all’agenzia di Samarkand Voyages per avere una pianificazione di viaggio ed un’assistenza completa visto che siamo una famiglia (con un figlio di 13 anni) e avevamo letto che in quei posti non tutti parlano inglese ma solo il russo. La guida, che parla benissimo italiano seppur autodidatta, e ci è stato sempre vicino con un’assistenza attenta e completa durante tutto il giorno. Quindi vi consigliamo di rivolgervi a questa agenzia di viaggi per un preventivo personalizzato e non abbiate paura di visitare l’asia centrale: ci siamo sentiti più sicuri là che in alcune zone dell’Italia ed Europa. Non ci resta che augurarvi buon viaggio!

Mody SACKO & Isabelle MAGNIN


Mody et moi avons été heureux de pouvoir visiter l’Ouzbekistan dans de si bonnes conditions. L’organisation était rigoureuse et le planning du circuit parfaitement respecté. Nous avons apprécié le choix des hôtels charmants et confortables et des restaurants variés et de qualité. Un grand merci à Samarkand Voyages pour toutes ces prestations de qualité et aussi à nos guides professionnels et attentionné tout au long du circuit. Pour toutes ces raisons, nous espérons revenir dans votre pays une autre fois, pour d’autres visites. Et nous recommandons à nos proches cette destination de voyage magnifique !