6 nights tour to Uzbekistan
We will visit the heritage of the great rulers of antiquity
Grandiose architectural monuments that remember Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Tamerlane
You will pass through the places of characters from fairy tales “One Thousand and One Nights”
We will drive part of the Great Silk Road
We will try one of the most delicious cuisines of the world Uzbekistan won the National Geographic Traveler Awards 2018
Adults, Kids above 12 year old
- 102 900 INR / per person in DBL
- 114 000 INR / per person in SNGL
- 0-2 year old: 12 000 INR
- 2-6 year old without extra bed: 85 000 INR
- 6-12 year old with extra bed: 95 000 INR
- 24 April 2023 (reserved for FAM tour for Travel Agents)
- 8 May (sold out), 22 May, 5 June 2023, 19 June 2023, 3 July 2023, 17 July 2023, 31 July 2023, 14 August 2023, 28 August 2023, 4 September 2023, 18 September 2023
Flight by Uzbek Airways, direct ex Delhi
HY 426 V 1 DELTAS HK20 0015 0245;
HY 423 U 6 TASDEL HK20 0845 1215
- Uzbekistan 4* (Tashkent)
- Comfort Samarkand 4* (Samarkand)
- Grand Bukhara 4* (Bukhara)
Uzbekistan E-Visa is included.
- Requirement: passport copy and photo.
- Timing: 3-4 Working days
- Airfare ex Delhi
- Uzbekistán e-visa
- Accommodation in Hotel with breakfast
- All sightseeing English-speaking guide
- All transfers and sightseeing by bus as per program
- Train tickets, as per program, economy class or intercity AC bus
- Meals: Full Board
- Entry fees for the monument
- Water bottle in the car 0.5 per day per person
- Registration fees at the hotel
- One of the oldest cities in Central Asia and Uzbekistan’s “Dubai” — it’s all about Tashkent! In one day You can discover both sides of the eastern capital: you will get acquainted with the New Tashkent City, taste delicious pilaf, get lost among the streets, madrassas and mosques of the Old City and make amazing shopping in Uzbek colorful Chorsu Bazaar.
- Samarkand is the oldest city in the world (the same age as Rome), founded in 742 BC. Your will enjoy blue domes of Samarkand! This city, which is called the “Mirror of the world”. There is the mausoleum of Tamerlane, the Shahi Zinda complex and Registan Square. Visiting Samarkand, you will learn the rich history of the city, visit the colourful bazaar and taste the best pilaf.
- Bukhara Noble Bukhara’ is the jewel of the Silk Road, a centre of overland trade but also of pilgrimage and medieval scholarship. Find out why Bukhara is the highlight of a trip to Uzbekistan
Immerse yourself in Fairy tale 1000 and 1 night
02:45 am, Arrival to the Airport
Transfer to the hotel
Earlier check in (included)
Tashkent – City tour: Khasti Imam Complex (Barak-Khan Madrasah, Tilla-Sheykh Mosque, Mausoleum of Saint Abu Bakr Kaffal Shashi), Construction was an expensive undertaking: sandalwood columns from India, green marble from Turkey and blue tiles from Iran point to the international underpinning given to this visible new bastion of Islam. The primary attraction on Khast Imam stands in the center of the square: the small Muyi Mubarak Library holds the oldest Quran in the world. The Uthman Quran on display is stained with the blood of the third Caliph Uthman who was murdered while reading it in 655. Islamic Institute of Imam al-Bukhari (outside), Amir Timur Square, Independence Square, Amir Timur Museum (outside), White mosque, newly built Hilton hotel.
Lunch at National Pilaf Center
Night Fontain Show
Check-out from hotel
Transfer to railway station.
7:28 – 09:36 Depart to Samarkand by bullet train or by intercity AC bus
Arrival in Samarkand
Samarkand city tour: Imam-al-Bukhari (inside), Gur Emir (15th cent), Registan Square with three Madrasahs: “Sherdor” (17th cent.), Tilla Kori” (17th cent.) and “Ulugbek” (15th cent.). One of the most mysterious and unique architectural monuments of Samarkand, Shakhi Zinda complex. It consists of rows of refine sparkling blue colors tombs. Harmoniously combined in a lively and moving composition, various mausoleums are grouped along the narrow medieval streets. Shakhi Zinda consists of eleven mausoleums, which were built one after another in 14 – 15th centuries. Continue by shopping at local Siab Bazar. Bibi Khanum Mosque
After breakfast visit a famous Meros Paper Mill. In the year 751 the Chinese invaded Central Asia, but the ruler of Samarkand defeated their troops and captured many thousands of soldiers. To save their lives, the story goes, craftsmen among the captives revealed their knowledge of paper-making to their captors. From then on, Samarkand became a center for paper production.
9:00 Transfer to Bukhara by bus, by ancient Silk route (3,5HRS)
Arrival in Bukhara.
Visit Ark Fortress. The fortress of the Ark, around which the city of Bukhara arose, has survived to this day, although it has been rebuilt many times over several centuries. It is located on a raised embankment, the height of which reaches 20 meters, and the area of the fortress is 4.2 hectares. Initially, the fortress was a closed polygon, and its steep slopes were completely lined with blocks. Before the arrival of the Arabs to the lands of Bukhara, the Ark fortress served as the seat of the Bukhara rulers. During the reign of the Karakhanid dynasty and during the invasion of Genghis Khan, the fortress was repeatedly destroyed. And only in the XVI century, under the rule of the Sheibanid dynasty, the Ark took its final form.
Transfer to hotel for check-in
9:00-12:00 Bukhara City tour: Complex Lyabi-Khauz with Nadir Divan-Begi Madrasah (1623y.o), Magoki-Attori Mosque, Kalyan Minaret (1127 y.o)
Transfer to Samarkand by bus
17:00 Depart to Tashkent by bullet train (2 HRS)
Arrival in Tashkent
Magic City Walk tour – Uzbekistan Disneyland
Shopping at Samarkand Darvaza Mall and Chorsu Bazaar, the biggest and oldest bazaar in Central Asia.
Earlier Breakfast (packed) at the hotel
05:30 Transfer to airport
08:45 Flight to Delhi
We will try one of the most delicious cuisines of the world!
Feedback from our groups in Uzbekistan
I liked everything very much. Price/quality is what you need. Accommodation in hotels, bus service is excellent. The guide is great. There is a lot of delicious food! I liked Bukhara the most. The beautiful old city center, where you can walk endlessly, buy a great many souvenirs and communicate with the locals. I really liked the light illumination of the Registan in Samarkand. It’s so beautiful right up to tears! I also liked the markets, of course. We bought a lot of of dried fruits and souvenirs. In addition, Need to inform people that in the off-season it is not always warm and hot weather, you need to take warm jackets and even hats. (Feb 2023)
Tour turned out to be a complete surprise, but very pleasant! In the first place, a great organization, everything is thought out to the smallest detail. Starting with the guide and then the whole team was pleased with the high level of professionalism, intelligence, education and wisdom. On the other points, I also liked the trip. The food is beyond praise! We were also pleased with trains and train stations. Overall, I really enjoyed the trip and it was very timely, thank very much to RIC your team! (May, 2019)
The organization of the tour was excellent, there were no overlaps, everything is exactly intime and according to the program. We has fallen in love with Bukhara with its ancient history and authenticity. We didn’t have enough time, I wanted to see more sights, take a leisurely walk through souvenir shops, go to the hammam. Samarkand is a modern and at the same time an ancient city with its “blue” domes. An excellent guide with encyclopedic knowledge, attentive to guests, patient and, of course, a professional in his field. The cuisine is delicious and this is a separate unforgettable experience from the trip, although now i need to keep diet after all the sweets consumed. The “excellent” attitude of people in all places of our stay, friendliness, desire to help and its created coziness and comfort for us, this is real Oriental hospitality! (Feb 2023)
We had an amazing time exploring Uzbekistan with Russ Info Center! As a family with kids, we were pleasantly surprised by how accommodating the tour was for us. The guide was very patient with our children and made sure that they had a great time as well. The food was simply out of this world! We were blown away by the variety of flavors and spices that were used in Uzbek cuisine. Our taste buds were taken on a wonderful journey, from main courses to sweet and delicious desserts. The organization was top-notch. Everything was well-planned, and we didn’t have to worry about anything. The itinerary was perfectly designed to give us a comprehensive understanding of the country’s history and culture. Overall, we highly recommend this travel company to anyone looking for an unforgettable vacation in Uzbekistan. (May 2022)