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Central Asia in two Weeks, with historical places, breathtaking landscapes, diversity of religions and cultures, a destination for everyone. Visit the world’s second largest canyon in Kazakhstan and the world’s largest mountain lake in Kyrgyzstan, the unique Ferghana Valley with Khujand in Tajikistan, UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Uzbekistan and huge natural phenomenon in Turkmenistan – the “Gate to Hell – Derweze”.
Central Asia was and is a crossroads of world cultures and religions, with Islam occupying a special place among them. The region has not only preserved unique monuments of Islamic architecture of the Middle Ages, but also masterpieces of modern Islamic architecture were created during the years of independence. The doors of the spiritual centers of Islamic culture are wide open not only to the faithful, but to all others. Every year hundreds of thousands of tourists from dozens of countries around the world make an effort to visit the centers of Islamic culture in Central Asia to see with their own eyes the pearls of the East, which were and still are the spiritual hearths of human civilization.
Many people on earth are attracted by the majestic mountains and the largest mountain systems in the world, which are located in Asia. In every major city in Central Asia, a visitor can see mountain peaks that support the sky, and even in the hot summer, see silver shining snow. For those who have at least once seen the majestic mountains with white hats, this world may seem unreal. But its gravity is so great that the number of fans of extreme mountain tourism and mountaineering continues to grow. One of the reasons for this is that all known 256 mountain peaks above 7000 meters are in Asia, including Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. In addition, the Pamir Mountains (Tajik National Park) and the western Tien Shan Mountains have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Day 1: Almaty – Fatherland of Apples
Day 2: Almaty → Charyn Canyon → Almaty
Day 3: Almaty → Bishkek: Bishkek – the Capital of the Nomads
Day 4: Cholpon Ata: at the Issyk Kul lake. Cholpon Ata → Bishkek
Day 5: Bishkek → Osh: Osh – the City of King Solomon
Day 6: Ferghana – experience the industrial history of Uzbekistan!
Day 7: Khujand – the Settlement of Alexander the Great
Day 8: Samarkand – Trace of Temur’s Treasure
Day 9: Samarkand – Trace of Temur’s Treasure
Day 10: Pearl of the Orient!
Day 11: Through the red wonder!
Day 12: Khiva – the Museum under the open sky!
Day 13: The oasis city Kunya Urgench!
Day 14: Ashgabat – the treasure in the desert!
Day 15: Transfer to the Airport and Departure