Uzbekistan Travels with desert Nature, Camel Riding through the Kyzylkum Desert and getting to know the Culture of the People in the Village! Regardless of the type of Tour, it fills life with experience and knowledge, be it Master Class Pilaw Cooking in Samarkand, Horse Racing in Kyrgyzstan, in the Mountains of Tajikistan or in the wide Fields of Kazakhstan. When travelling in Uzbekistan the brain works more actively, adrenalin accumulates in the blood and makes us happy every day – psychologists conclude that it is a natural process when we learn what we like.
“Before you leave your home country for the first time, you live everywhere in this way of thinking and then find that there are many different people, cultures and mentalities,” says Lino Regusch, who has become a successful cooking project in New Zealand. – For a successful trip it is important to switch to the open-minded mode: Look at the world with open eyes, accept the customs and traditions of other countries, try out everything that seems interesting to you without trying to adapt to the surrounding reality. In this way we will have a unique experience that seems to bring us up to date and, of course, makes us happier”.
Experience the Culture and Nature in Uzbekistan. Welcome to Uzbekistan!
Day 1: Day of Arrival
Day 2: Tashkent – where Modern and Old meet
Day 3: Khiva – Museum under open air
Day 4: Khiva – Museum under open air
Day 5: Through the Red Wonder
Day 6: Bukhara – Pearl of the Orient
Day 7: Bukhara – Pearl of the Orient
Day 8: At the Nurata Yurt Camp
Day 9: At the Aidarkul lake and in the mountain village Sentyab
Day 10: Samarkand – on the Trail of Temur’s Treasure
Day 11: Shakhrisabz – the Hometown of Amir Temur
Day 12: Hike in the “Valley of the Devil”
Day 13: Samarkand – on the Trail of Temur’s Treasure
Day 14: Hike in the Tian Shan Mountains
Day 15: Early Morning Transfer to the Airport and Departure