Great Silk Road 12D/11N

This journey takes you to places where one still can feel the spirit of times passed long ago, to sense the smell of the camels, to hear the shouts of trading dealers, to experience the life in the desert.

During this exciting roundtrip you will pass through the famous cities on the caravans way – Khiva, Buhara and Samarkand.

“Everything I had heard about Samarkand is true – at a closer look it is even more beautiful then I have imagined”. These were the words of Alexander the Great when he conquered the city in 329 year B.C.

In the dust of the numerous markets on the background of turquoise mosques you can almost see the loaded with silk and other jewels caravans heading West.

Tour Highlights

  • Visit Samarkand, one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world (about 2,500 years old)
  • Experience Ashgabat, a relatively new city with modern and impressive architecture
  • Khiva – a unique city, claiming the title of “the seventh wonder of the world”, thanks to its authentic atmosphere of the ‘era of the beginning of time’
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Tour Information


  • - Accommodation 3* hotels in Uzbekistan with breakfast and hotel with private facilities in Turkmenistan with half board
  • - 1 night in yurt camp with full board - up to 4 people will be accommodated in one yurt
  • - Flight ticket Asghabat - Dashoguz
  • - Transport and entrance fees according to program
  • - Local English speaking guides
  • - Invitation letter


  • Daily departures, March - October
  • ***Min 4 pax to guarantee departure ***


Day 1: Arrival. Ashgabat

Arrival to Turkmenistan’s capital – Ashgabat early in the morning.

Accommodation in a hotel and time for rest after the flight.

Sightseeing tour in the afternoon – Ertogrul Ghazi mosque, History Museum of Turkmenistan.

Day 2: Ashgabat - Nisa - Asghabat

Today we continue our tour in and around Ashgabat, and visit the ancient Nisa Fortress, dating from 3rd century BC.

Day 3: Ashgabat - Dashoguz - Khiva

We take an early morning flight to Dashoguz / Tashauz, where we will explore the ancient Kunya Urgench site.

Afterwards we cross the border with Uzbekistan and will head towards the historic city of Khiva, where we will overnight.

Day 4: Khiva

The day is devoted to sightseeing tour in Khiva.

Overnight in Khiva.

Day 5: Khiva - Bukhara

We follow the ancient route of the caravans through the desert Kazulkum to Bukhara.

Accommodation in hotel in Bukhara.

Day 6: Bukhara

Sightseeing tour of Bukhara, which is still considered as the most sacred town in Central Asia.

Overnight in Bukhara.

Day 7: Bukhara - Nurota

Transfer to Nurota.

Camel Riding in the afternoon.

Accommodation in traditional yurts in a base camp.

Day 8: Nurota - Samarkand

Drive to Ayder Kul Lake in the morning.

In the afternoon: transfer to Samarkand and accommodation at a hotel.

Day 9: Samarkand

Sightseeing in Samarkand.

Samarkand is considered to be the oldest city in Central Asia (500 BC).

In the city centre, the Registan, the most imposing complex of Central Asia and one of most beautiful of Islam with name meaning “sand square”, is still preserved.

We will make a sightseeing tour of the city today.

Day 10: Samarkand - Tashkent

Transfer to Tashkent – the biggest city in Central Asia and capital of Uzbekistan.

After a devastating earthquake from 1966 the city is rebuild in a Soviet Union style, but here we can also see many ancient landmarks.

Overnight in Tashkent.

Day 11: Tashkent

We continue our sightseeing tour in the morning.

The afternoon is free for exploring Tashkent, shopping, etc.

Day 12: Departure

Transfer to the airport for departure from Tashkent.