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Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan

Turkmennistan and Uzbekistan 12 days tour
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Day 01: Beijing-Ashgabat (Turkmenistan) On arrival at Ashgabat international airport you will be met by our guide and transfer to your hotel, afternoon city tour of Ashgabad, visit Tolkuchka bazaar. Continue to old Nisa – ancient Parthian settlement and the Spiritual Mosque of Turkmenbashi. Overnight in Grand Hotel (D) 

Day 02:Ashgabat-Turkmenbashi 600 km (flight 1 hr) 

About an hour flight to the Caspian seaside city of Turkmenbashi, the first city in Turkmenistan. There are a few beaches along the coast of the Caspian Sea that is very relaxing ,we will have a boat trip here down the central canal to see the vast amount of construction that has been going on in this area. 

Day 03: Turkmenbashi- Yangykala Canyon (170 km one way) 

The distance is about 170 km , we will drive to the stunning Yangykala Canyon, known as the ‘Grand Canyon of central Asia’ and a remarkably beautiful place with pink, white, and yellow sandstone formations, stunning vistas, and the fascinating  crocodile's mouth rock formation – makes for amazing photos!

Day 04: Yangykala Canyon-Turkmenbashi (170 km) and flight to Ashgabat 

Today drive back to Turkmenbashi and take flight to Ashgabat, and then have free time for shopping or walking around, or just relax, because the next day is also a long drive. 

Day 05:Ashgabad- Darvaza Gas Crater(about 260 km one way)-  Dashauz (about 338 km)                                  (total 598 km) 

Today we drive to Darwaza Gas Crater, en-route we visit a Nomad village in  Karakum desert have lunch there then continue drive to Darwaza flaming gas crater or the ‘mouth of hell”, after this we drive to Dashauz and overnight in hotel. 

Day 06: Dashauz- Kunya urgench 200 km round trip and + (60 km from Dashauz to Khiva) 

Today we visit Kunya urgench and cross the border to Uzbekistan, Khiva. 

Day 07:Khiva. 
Day 08:Khiva-Bukhara (drive about 500 km, or take a flight,about an hour), every Thursday and Friday) 
Day 09: Bukhara 
Today we explore the old quarter on foot. Bukhara is an ancient city with its bustling “trade domes,” active mosques, and the Kalyan Minaret (“tower of death”), one of Central Asia’s tallest. We’ll stroll around the streets and visit the old town center where old men with long white beards gossip for hours while drinking tea. Bukhara has been designated a World Heritage Site; the resulting restoration of some of the mosques, constructed in the 11th to 15th centuries, to make them appear as if they were built yesterday. There are even some structures still standing that date back to Zorastrian times 2,500 years ago. 
We also visit The Ark, a large fortress with the Emir’s open-air throne room and the Mausoleum of Ismail Samani, an intricate and beautiful 10th century brick structure that is nicely preserved. We’ll also venture to the outskirts of Bukhara and visit the summer palace of the last Emir, built by a Russian Czar with grand halls and a harem. We will also see Char Minar, a gate of an ancient madrassa long time gone. It was built in 1809 and has more in common with Indian art styles than local. 
Overnight in Divon Begi Hotel (BD) 
Day 10: Bukhara – Samarkand 
We depart early for Samarkhand, For most people, Samarkand is as mythical as Atlantis or as remote and legendary as Tombouctou. The sublime larger-than-life monuments of Timur, the technicolour bazaar and the city’s long, rich history work a special kind of magic. On arrival we’ll visit the old bazaars for which this exotic city is famous. 
Overnight in Malika Prime Hotel (BD) 
Day 11: Samarkand City Tour 
Samarkand, sometimes called the ‘Rome of the Orient’ was already flourishing when Rome and Babylon were founded. During the course of our full day tour we visit the famous Registan Square, Bibi Khanum Mosque, Mausoleum of Tamerlane, Observatory of Ulughbek, the site where Uleg Bek, grandson of Tamerlane, made some of the greatest achievements of the pre-telescope era of astronomy in the 15th century. We also visit the regal mausoleums of Shah-I Zinda, site of Central Asia’s most sacred Islamic shrine, the massive mosque of Bibi Khanym, and the adjacent colourful market. You can purchase Samarkand’s famous bread which Alexander the Great unsuccessfully tried to have duplicated back home in Greece, or try some of the region’s local produce, from grapes to the world’s tastiest melons of multiple varieties. Our afternoon tour covers the Afrosiab Museum, located on the site of ancient Afrosiab. 
Overnight in Malika Prime Hotel (BD) 
Day 12: Samarkand-Khujand (Tajikistan) 
In the morning we drive to Uzbek Tajik border at Oybek, after border formalities we cross to Khujand. In the afternoon we visit Khujand museum, local bazar. 
Overnight in Sugd stay (BD) 
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