Uzbekistan is a Central Asian nation and former Soviet republic. It's known for its mosques, mausoleums and other sites linked to the Silk Road, the ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean. Samarkand, a major city on the route, contains a landmark of Islamic architecture: the Registan, a plaza bordered by 3 ornate, mosaic-covered religious schools dating to the 15th and 17th century
Upon arrival at the Tashkent Airport, complete the customs formalities. After, meet our tour representative who would help you in assisted transfer to the hotel. On reaching, complete the check-in formalities and savor a scrumptious lunch. Day free for leisure. In the evening a gala dinner is arranged for you in a prominent restaurant. Overnight stay at the hotel.
After a delicious breakfast, proceed to hit the road towards your road trip to the Chimgan Mountains. The valley of Chimgan is overlooked by the Great Chimgan Mountains and is famed as the Skiing resort of Uzbekistan. A number of beauty spots enhance the charm of the mountains. A Chair Lift will carry you to the highest point and during the ride, you can enjoy views of the mountain. The Ugam-Chotqol National Park is well-known for snowboarding and skiing as it remains covered with snow from October to May.
Post this you will be transferred to the Charvak Lake where you can admire its beauty. Blue waters of this picturesque lake grab the attention on the very first sight itself. The lake is formed by joining of four rivers. Satiate your hunger with delectable lunch. Spend rest of the day leisurely at the lake. Return to Tashkent in the evening. Relish a delicious dinner at a restaurant. Overnight stay at the hotel.
After a delicious breakfast, get ready for Tashkent sightseeing tour including a visit to the Romanov Palace which is one of the unusual monuments of Tashkent. The elegantly designed edifice was adorned with distinctive windows, carved grids, and other decorative items. Learn about the history of Uzbekistan at the Museum of Victims of Political Repression in Tashkent. Gaze at the Tashkent TV Tower which is 375-meter high.
Another highlight of the day trip is the Monument of Courage which is dedicated to the 1966 earthquake in Tashkent. Get a glimpse of the Opera and Ballet Theatre which is named after Alisher Navoi. It is one of the largest and unique theatres in Central and Southeast Asia. The sightseeing tour to Tashkent resumes after the lunch with the Kukeldash Madrasah. Built-in around 1570, the Madrasah consists of a big portal and an inner yard. Head towards the Hast Imam Square which is the religious center of Tashkent. Pay homage at the Sacred Heart Cathedral. The trip ends with a visit to the Russian Orthodox Church. Enjoy a lavish dinner at the hotel after return to the hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.
After a delicious breakfast, get ready for shopping. The local markets in Tashkent are ideal places for buying souvenirs. Chorus is one of the oldest markets where you can shop till you drop. While on your shopping tour, you can get to see the Old City where the Uzbek people used to live separately from the Russians. Continue shopping at Mega Planet Mall after having lunch at a restaurant. At 1700 hr. you will be transferred to the Tashkent airport to catch your flight towards your onward destination.