Accommodation in the hotel double-twin room sharing (1 night)
Meals: 2 lunches, 1 breakfast, 1 dinner
A/C comfortable transport with professional driver per itinerary
Professional Local English-Speaking guide per itinerary
International and domestic air tickets
Photo and video charges
Tips and gratuities
WHAT TO EXPECT
History of the Great Silk Road
Ancient cities – Khudjant
Day 1: Tashkent – Khudjant (150 km)
After early breakfast at the hotel in Tashkent, we will start 2-day excursion in Tajikistan. We’ll drive to the border check point Oybek (100 km) and after border crossing formalities we’ll continue on to city Khujand. Khujand – the country’s second largest city – situated in the north of Tajikistan and is one of its most ancient, founded about 2,300 years ago during the time of Alexander the Great. Standing in a favorable location in the Fergana Valley, Khujand prospered for a long time, becoming rich by building palaces, mosques, and citadels. In the XIII Century it was conquered and destroyed by the Genghis Khan’s Army. We’ll have a close city tour in second part of the day, and end the day with dinner at a local restaurant followed by a show program. Overnight in Khujand.
Day 2: Khudjant – Tashkent (150 km)
After breakfast at the hotel, we’ll continue sightseeing of Khujand: visit ancient part of Khujand: Timurmalik Fortress, Archeology and History Museums, Orient Bazaar Panjshanbe – famous Panjshanbe City Market is one of the most interesting sights of Khujand. Near the market, we’ll stop by Sheikh Muslihiddin Mosque and Mausoleum, Museum of Archaeology and Respiration. We’ll have lunch at the local restaurant and in the afternoon transfer back to Tashkent. Once back to Uzbekistan, we’ll have a rest at the hotel before making a long way back home. We’ll have a farewell dinner followed by a show program and return for overnight to Tashkent.