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Uzbekistan astronomy adventure tour

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Archeological discoveries along the Great Silk Road
Uzbekistan archeological tour
This in-depth archeological tour has been designed in close cooperation with historians and archeologists from the Institute of Archeology in Samarkand and provides a unique perspective on the archaeological excavations undertaken on the territory of Uzbekistan, offering you a total immersion in historical and cultural heritage of the areas through which Silk Road tracks passed.

11 days / 10 nights

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Photo expedition through Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan Photo Expedition
This photo expedition will show you how rewarding it is to get off the beaten path in order to get to know the profound secret soul of Uzbekistan, that has always inspired photographers in search of pictures that convey stories.

16 days / 15 nights

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Navruz – the New Year Festival of Spring
Bukhara - Poi kalon
Navruz, the national holiday of Uzbekistan, is deeply rooted in the rich heritage of the country's past. It falls on March 21st – vernal equinox and symbolizes the beginning of a calendar year in many oriental countries. From the times this holiday originated, Navruz has been mainly the festival of masses. On this day all over Uzbekistan there are numerous merry-meetings, popular folk games are organized including horse-back sport games, while children get gifts - sweets and penny whistles.

8 days / 7 nights


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Walking in the Footsteps of Zahir ad-Din Mohammed Babur
Babur Muhammad
The descendent of Timur, the outstanding Uzbek poet, scholar and statesman – Zahir ad-Din Mohammaed Babur was born in Andijan on February 14th, 1483. His father Omar Shaikh Mirza – the great grandson of Amir Temur, was the ruler of Fergana principality while his mother Kutlug Nigar begim was the daughter of Yunuskhan, the renowned ruler of Tashkent and descendent of Genghis khan.

At the age of 12, after the death of his father in 1494, Babur ascended to the throne and became the ruler of Fergana principality. By that time the entire territory of Temur’s empire has been conquered by the Sheybanids dynasty. Babur undertakes tow campaigns against Samarkand in 1498 and in 1500 -1501 in order to liberate the city but failed to achieve success.

14 days / 13 nights

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Following the footsteps of Armenius Vamberi in Central Asia

View of Khiva
Armenius Vambery, famous Hungarian orientalist, traveler, translator and writer undertook two travels in his life that brought him worldwide recognition and fame.

8 days / 7 nights


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New Year's Eve under the blue sky of Samarkand
Uzbekistan New Year Tour
Santa Claus sends his message to every child and adult of the world: Remember to be nice!
The niceness means be good to yourself, be friendly and helpful, and love the nature!

7 days / 6 nights

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Rail Journey along the Great Silk Road
Uzbekistan Railway Tour
This fascinating railway journey on one of the safest, most comfortable and reliable means of traveling runs along the trails of the Great Silk Road enabling you to visit the architectural masterpieces of Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva.

8 days / 7 nights

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Architectural Gems of Eastern Renaissance
Samarkand - Registan 
Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, and Shakhrizabs, where cultural and spiritual values had been long since concentrated, outstanding scientific centers and schools were established, architecture, craftsmanship, and applied art were flourishing, played the role of main urban centres.

9 days / 8 nights

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The Roads of the Silk Caravans
Khiva - Kaltaminor
All branches of the Great Silk Road, which led to Eastern Turkestan and China, India and South Caucasus, Iran and Byzantium and further to Europe, intersected in Central Asia, on the territory of modern Uzbekistan. Silk, which gave name to this highway, was an important but not the only article of trade on caravan routes.

8 days / 7 nights


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The Country of Amir Temur
Samarkand - Guri Amir
During the whole period of his reign, Temur was constantly dealing with the building activities: he created new and restructured old towns, built fortresses, and constructed irrigation systems. Having established huge empire and having become its absolute ruler – emir, Temur made Samarkand the capital of his state.

9 days / 8 nights


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Walking in the footsteps of Alexander the Great in Uzbekistan
Termez
Twenty-five centuries separate us from the time when Alexander the Great lived and performed his deeds. Still today the name of the great commander and statesman keeps drawing attention of historians, philosophers, archeologists, military specialists and all those who are interested in the history of human development.

9 days / 8 nights


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Following in the footsteps of the Buddhist pilgrim
Bukhara - Ark
In 629-645 A.D. a Chinese traveler, a Buddhist monk by the name of Xuan Zang (Sanzoh Houshi), crossed Central Asia on his way to India. It was during this time that diplomatic, trade, cultural and spiritual relations between China and Central Asia were at their peak.

8 days / 7 nights


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Following the footsteps of Avicenna
Khiva
Ibn Sina (Avicenna) (980-1037) is one of the foremost philosophers of the golden age of Islamic tradition that also includes al-Farabi and Ibn Rushd. His medical expertise brought him to the attention of the Sultan of Bukhara, Nuh ibn Mansur, whom he treated successfully;

7 days / 6 nights

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The Ancient Customs of the Uzbeks
Ferghana
Most likely, everybody is familiar with the following collocation: "in accordance with the rites of hospitality". In a sense it reflects one of the most ancient and highly valued customs that has survived to our time. In the older days, however, among the peoples of the Orient, including the Uzbeks, hospitality was a must in terms of life standards and morality.

8 days / 7 nights


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Oriental Tale
Shakhrisabz
Over the high fortress walls of big cities with their noisy markets and quarters of craftsmen, there worked skillful weavers; potters made and burnt dishes; armourers hammered swords and helmets; jewellers made wonderful decorations. The works of local masters were famous not only in the neighboring countries but also outside Central Asia.

8 days / 7 nights


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Photo Tour: Uzbekistan - Turkmenistan
Photo tour - Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan
Within the scope of this Photoworkshop you will, under the professional photographic direction of Antonino Zambito and in company of a native Guide, become brought up to the country and the people.

14 days / 13 nights


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