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Uzbekistan travel 6

Uzbekistan travel 6, Uzbekistan tours. 

Uzbekistan travel 6
Duration: 4 days

Day 1: Tashkent- Nukus
In course of the Uzbekistan travel 6 tour you will have a local flight to Nukus. Pon arrival you will have a guided city tour.  The firs destination of the tour is the Museum of Savitsky where you can find the exhibits of forbidden art. Here you will witness the masterpiece of 20th century Russian avant-garde paintings, works of Sokolov, Komarovskiy and Amaravella group. The head of the Karakalpakstan state museum of art collected the artworks in 1960s by buying or getting for free the works of artists. After many years of reserving them he finally exhibited them in this remote central Asian art-house. Later on you will see the Mizdakhan necropolis that was an ancient city which was continuously captured from the 4th century BC till about 14th century AD. Night is in a hotel.

Day 2: Nukus - Ayaz Qala - Tuprak Qala - Khiva (290 km, 6 hours)
Today by Uzbekistan travel 6 tour your road goes to Khiva. It is known as the most ancient city in Uzbekistan. This prominent city is connected to the history of the legendary Khorezmshah's State with its capital in Urgench before due to it you will see a lot of fascinating sites. Moreover in 10th century this city used to be a prosperous trading center on the Silk Road. At the main gates you numerous trading caravans equipped with the many interesting things waited their turn to enter. Nowadays you can see the city that was preserved to pass to next generation. During the tour you will explore two famous fortresses: Ayaz Qala and Turpak Qala. Tge first one was named in honor of the legendary warrior-slave Ayaz, a Turkic folklore her of the II century AD. While Tuprak Qalathat can be translated as the ‘clay fort' used to be the royal city of Khorezmian ruler Artav that was made in 1 or 2-century AD. It was occupied until 6th century AD. Continues wars and invasions exhausted the city and remained it without any sign of life. Night is in a hotel in Khiva.

Day 3: Khiva - Urgench - Tashkent
In course of the tour you will continue your travel in the oldest city of Uzbekistan. In course of the tour you will explore the sight that is known as the inner city. Ichan-Qalais encircled by the strong walls inside of which you can see the ruins of centuries old sound buildings, palaces, mosques, Madrasahs, Mausoleums, Minarets, Caravan-Sarais and Bathhouses. All this prominent sights made Ichan-Qala into unique city-monument. Here you will be find the more than 400 traditional dwelling houses and about 60 architectural monuments. In the tour it is interesting to note that in 969 Ichan-Qala was announced as a historical and architectural conservation area. Moreover you will see in the travel the most prominent sights of this place that is known as the Kunya-Ark fortress dating back to 17th century, found by Muhammad Arang Khan, Kalta Minor minaret and Tash Khouvli palace, an incredible sample of Khorezm architectural mastership of 1830s. Tours to Uzbekistan will allow you to lrarn interesting things about the history and culture. Evening flight to Tashkent. Night is in a hotel.

Day 4: Tashkent - Flight
Transfer to airport.

Price per person:
02 pax - 470 $
04 pax - 365 $
06 pax - 315 $
08 pax - 285 $
10 pax - 260 $
Single - 45 $ 

Early check-in - 35 $
Single early check-in - 55$  

*Half board - 30 $
*Full board - 50 $

*Entrance fees - 45 $ available with escort guide only   

Local guides - 90 $ per group
Escort guide - 270 $ per group 

Flight tickets Tashkent-Nukus - from 80 $ per person
Flight Urgench-Tashkent - from 80 $ per person 


Service includes:
- Transport
- Accommodation:
Tashkent - "Tourist Inn" Hotel 3*
Nukus - "Jipek Joli" Hotel 3*
Khiva - "Old Khiva" Hotel 3*
- Mineral water during the tour                                   

Service does not include:
- Visa
- Full board
- Travel insurance
- English speaking guide
- Entrances to all museums
- Flight Urgench-Tashkent
- Flight tickets Tashkent-Nukus