The tour passes through the city of Tashkent, Bukhara, Samarkand, Bishkek, Lake Issyk-Kul and the city of Naryn. In the distant past, when countless caravans entered the ancient Uzbek cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, life in Uzbekistan, through which the main artery of the Great Silk Road passed, beat the key.
8 days

Tour schedule

Day 1


  • Arrival in Tashkent.
  • Meeting at the airport and transfer to the hotel.
  • Hotel accommodation 3-4 *
  • Afternoon tour of Tashkent: visiting the Barakkhan madrasa or Kukeldash madrasah, the Museum of Applied Arts, Amir Timur Square, the Monument of Courage, and Peoples Friendship Square.
  • Overnight stay.


Day 2

Tashkent - Bukhara (flight).

  • Morning flight to Bukhara.
  • Bukhara Tour: Kalyan Minaret and Poi Kalyan Mosque, Miri Arab Madrasah, Ulugbek and Abdulazizkhan Madrasah, Magoki Attori Mosque, Ismail Samoni Mausoleum, Chashma Ayub and Bazaar, Lyabi House Complex, Ark Fortress, Bolo House Mosque.
Day 3

Bukhara - Samarkand (280 km)

  • Early breakfast and transfer to Samarkand.
  • Accommodation at the hotel 3-4 *.
  • Dinner.
  • Samarkand tour: visit to Bibi Khanum mosque, bazaar, Ishrat Khon mausoleum. Gur Emir mausoleum, Shah-i-Zinda, Timurid necropolis, Ulugbek Observatory, Registan Square with three madrasas.
Day 4

Samarkand - Tashkent (290 km)

  • Early breakfast and transfer to Tashkent.
  • Lunch on the way.
  • In Tashkent, visit Chorsu bazaar (if time permits).
  • Departure to Bishkek.
  • Arrival in Bishkek, transfer to the hotel and check-in at the hotel 3-4 *, dinner at the hotel, overnight.
Day 5

Bishkek - Issyk Kul (265 km)

  • After breakfast at the hotel, a tour of Bishkek: a visit to the Oak Park, the central square of Ala-Too, the flagpole, the monument to Manas.
  • Transfer to Issyk Kul lake.
  • Lunch at the restaurant on the way.
  • Accommodation at the resort hotel 3-4 * on the northern shore of Lake Issyk Kul.


Day 6

Issyk-Kul - Karakol (140 km)

  • Breakfast in the hotel.
  • Boat cruise on the Issyk-Kul lake and a visit to the local history museum and the open-air museum: petroglyphs (rock paintings) of the city of Cholpon-Ata.
  • Moving to Karakol
  • On the way visit the Przhevalsky Museum.
  • Lunch in Karakol.
  • Excursion in Karakol, with a visit to the Russian Orthodox Church, the Muslim mosque in the Chinese style.
  • Accommodation in a 3 * hotel.
  • Dinner and overnight.


Day 7

Karakol - Naryn (400 km)

  • Breakfast in the hotel.
  • Visit Jety-Oguz gorge, where you will see the famous red rocks “Broken Heart” and “Seven Bulls” and you will have a chance to see a demonstration of traditional eagle hunting with hares.
  • Lunch in the family of a hunter (Bokonbaevo village).
  • Transfer to the village of Kochkorka.
  • Upon arrival - visit the workshop for the production of carpets.
  • Transfer to Naryn, accommodation in a guest house or a yurt camp.
  • Dinner and overnight.
Day 8

Naryn - Torugart (200 km)

  • Early breakfast at the guest house and transfer to Torugart - Kyrgyz-Chinese border.




What is included:

  • All ground transfer with driver
  • All entrance tickets listed in the schedule
  • Accommodation
  • Nutrition
  • Tour Guide
  • Mineral water during excursions


Not included

What is not included:

  • Visa (but if necessary, we can help)
  • Flights
  • Insurance
  • Meals, except for the tour and alcohol
  • Other expenses required by the client
  • Tips and other souvenir shopping
  • Other attractions not included in the tour


Detailed information

Until now, all relics reminiscent of that time are carefully kept here. Therefore, today, having arrived in Uzbekistan, you can easily plunge into the atmosphere of the mysterious East. The unique architectural structures of the Arab Middle Ages amaze with their elegance and originality, recalling the former greatness of the empire of Tamerlane. Perfectly preserved whole urban areas, which appear as an open-air museum. Walking through the fabulous streets, you realize that it is here that the unique symbols of oriental beauty, mystery, are described in the fairy tales "Thousand and One Nights."