• ROMANTIC UZBEKISTAN (8N/9D) : Tashkent, Khiva, Samarkand, Bukhara
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Uzbekistan is a part of the Soviet Union and is strategically located on the Silk Route in the Central Asian region. The region’s cradle of culture for more than two millennia, it is the proud home to a spellbinding arsenal of architecture and artifacts, all deeply infused with the raw, fascinating history of the country. Holidays Box tour of Ultimate Uzbekistan includes all must-see sights and experiences of Tashkent & Samarkand with the best-selected hotels, entertainment, and delicious Indian meals. It was none other than Amir Temur who invaded India in 1380 and the descendant of Mughal Emperor or Babar originated from Samarkand.


  • Accommodation on Double Sharing basis
  • 4 Star Hotel / Resorts
  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner
  • Uzbekistan E-Visa Fees
  • All Sightseeing Tours & Transfers As Per Itinerary
  • All Arrival & Departure Transfers
  • All Currently Applicable Taxes


  • Chorsu Bazaar, oldest markets in Central Asia
  • Amir Temur Square & National Theatre
  • Khast Imom Complex & Barak Khan Madrasa
  • Roman Catholic Church
  • The Kalta Minor Minaret
  • The 45 Meter High Khoja Minarest
  • Kuhna Ark & The Tash Chauli
  • Gur Amir Mausoleum
  • Kalon Ensemble (Poi Kalan)
  • Lyabi Hauz & Samanid Mausoleum
  • Chasma Ayub & Bolo Hauz
  • Chor Minor & Ark Fortress
  • Shah-i-Zinda complex - Town of the Dead
  • Ulugbek Observatory


  • Any Air Ticket (Unless Specified)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Any Increase in Govt Taxes, Fuel Price And Any Applicability Of New Taxes From The Govt
  • Any Up Gradation in Hotel Room Category
  • Guide Charges / Entrance Fees for Any Sightseeing
  • Price of Insurance Portage (Coolie Charges), Laundry, Telephone Charges, Shopping, Wines & Alcoholic Beverages, Mineral Water (Unless Specified), Items of Personal Nature And Food And Drink Which is Not Part Of Set Group Menu
  • Any Extra Cost Incurred on Behalf of Any Individual Due to Illness, Accident, Hospitalization or Any Personal Emergency
  • Any Services or Activity Charges other Than Those Included in The Itinerary
  • Anything Specifically Not Mention in The Tour Price Inclusions
  • Entrance Fees & Guide Charges of Sight Seeings Mentioned In The Itinerary Are Not Included
  • Compulsory Gala Dinner Charges During Xmas And New Year Period (Any Special Event Charge by Resort)
  • GST 5% (Government Tax) on Total Package Price

Tour Plan

Day 01


Welcome to Uzbekistan. The largest city in Central Asia with a population of over 2 million, Tashkent is a mix of Russian and Uzbek style, an indication of the fact that for many years it was a key city of the USSR. Extravagant mosques, both ancient and new, sit alongside modern highways and Soviet monuments. On arrival at Tashkent Airport, meet your Peregrine representative and transfer to your hotel. Your adventure begins with an important welcome meeting at 6pm today. If you have time beforehand, take a walk to see some of the contemporary architecture that sets this city apart from many other Silk Road destinations. Dinner at Indian Restaurant.

Day 02


Breakfast at hotel. Spend a full day exploring Tashkent on a city tour. A highlight is the Chorsu Bazaar, one of the largest and oldest markets in Central Asia. Wandering through this giant marketplace is a fantastic way to see locals going about their daily lives. Uzbeks are some of the friendliest people in the world and you will find yourself chatting to many locals who are keen to get to know you. Be sure to try some of the fresh produce on offer. After wandering through the bazaar, explore some of the rich cultural history of Uzbekistan, including the 16th-century Kulkedash Medressa – an Islamic school that sits beside the 15th-century Juma (Friday) Mosque. The History Museum of the People of Uzbekistan provides an introduction to the country and the region in general, from the Silk Road era to Soviet times. A brief tour of Tashkent’s metro system will reveal some beautiful stations (note that photography is not allowed in the subway). Also visited will be Amir Temur Square (the central park with the statue of Amir Temur on the horseback just outside the imposing Hotel Uzbekistan), the Khast Imom Complex including the Barak Khan Madrasa (a college for Islamic instruction), Kaffal Shashi mausoleum, Quran Library and Mosque, and the Roman Catholic Church of Tashkent. After a full day of sightseeing, perhaps go to the ballet or opera at the stunning National Theatre in the evening if there is a performance tonight. Your leader can assist you with what's on and buying tickets.  Dinner at Indian Restaurant.

Day 03


Breakfast at hotel.  Take a domestic flight and fly to Khiva in the morning. This isolated city lying in the middle of the desert is one of the most atmospheric in Uzbekistan and should not be missed even though it’s out of the way. The city is divided between the Itchan Kala or the Walled City and the area outside of the wall. The bulk of the historic sights are located within the walls so it may be better to choose a hotel located inside. Dinner at Indian Restaurant.

Day 04


Breakfast at hotel.  The Kalta Minor minaret with its beautiful baby blue hues is one of the most striking attractions in Khiva. It was constructed in the 19th century but the architect escaped before its completion as he feared persecution by the Khan at the time. The Juma Mosque is particularly notable for its wooden beams which have plenty of intricate carvings. The 45 meter high Khoja Minarest is the tallest structure within the walled city. Visitors can climb to the top for a fee but claustrophopic people may find the narrow path uncomfortable. On good days, you can even see Turkmenistan in the distance. 

Make sure to climb up to the viewpoint in the Kuhna Ark for a wonderful vista of the old town. The Tash Chauli which used to be the khan’s palace has 160 rooms and a maze of corridors. The complex offers a peek at royal life in the old city. Head out to the East Gate with the statue of Al Khwarezmi, the founder of algebra and where the word “algorithm” originates. Dinner at Indian Restaurant.

Day 05


Breakfast at hotel. From Khiva, you can either drive to Bukhara or take a domestic flight. Do note that there aren’t daily flights between these two cities so if you plan to head out on a day where there are no flights, your only choice would be to drive. The road between Khiva and Bukhara is bumpy at certain points so do allow around a 7 hour journey time.

The name Bukhara conjures vivid images of the ancient silk road and for good reason. The city has exchanged hands between several empires including Persian, Mongol and Russian. The rich cultural heritage is evident today in. Dinner at Indian Restaurant.

Day 06


Breakfast at hotel. Later explore city tour of Bukhara.

  • Kalon Ensemble (Poi Kalan) – The jewel of Bukhara, the Kalon ensemble consists of the Mir-i-Arab Madrassa, Kalon Mosque as well as the Kalon Minaret. For many years, the latter was known as the tower of death as criminals were executed by being thrown out of the minaret, falling to their deaths.
  • Lyabi Hauz – it used to be a pond where the city’s source of water came from. Today, it has been turned into a city park and you can find people hanging around here on good days. There are two old madrassas on either side of the pond and one has been converted into a restaurant.
  • Samanid Mausoleum – Although the baked brick construction of the mausoleum may fail to equal the grandoise baby blue tiled works of Uzbekistan’s other ancient sites, the Samanid Mausoleum dating from the 9th century is frequently cited as one of the best works of early Persian architecture in the country. 
  • Chasma Ayub – also known as Job’s well. Legend has it that the biblical figure, Job, came here and made a well by striking the ground with his staff. To this date, the well still exists and people come here in order to soak the water in various parts of their bodies to be healed.
  • Bolo Hauz – this open-air mosque sits opposite the Ark Fortress and used to be the Friday Mosque in the city.
  • Abdul Aziz Khan Madrassa 
  • Chor Minor – Sometimes missed out of walking tours of Bukhara due to its location further east, the Chor Minor is notable for its four minarets. The building has served various functions over the years including as a mosque and madrassa.
  • Ark Fortress – currently functioning as a museum, the Ark Fortress used to house the court of the former rulers of Bukhara. The fortress was last used for its original purpose in 1920 when the Russian Army came to integrate Uzbekistan into what would become the USSR.

Dinner at Indian Restaurant.

Day 07


Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to Samarkand. Another city that conjures up images of the ancient silk road, Samarkand today is bigger and more modern than Bukhara or Khiva. The city’s centerpiece is undoubtedly the beguiling Registan. The monuments here are noticeably grander but these are also more spread out. egistan – Probably the finest cultural ensemble in all of Uzbekistan, the Registan is a collection of three buildings with two facing each other. Of note is the Tilya Kori Madrassa which has a fake gilded dome (meant to be an optical illusion). Do note that the Registan is also floodlit at night and the only way to access it in the evenings is to go for the nightly concerts which cost only $5 and gives you access to the square. Dinner at Indian Restaurant.

Day 08


Breakfast at hotel. A highlight of this trip is standing on the iconic Registan Square with the three medressas (Ulugbek, Sher Dor and Tilla-Kari) towering over you. The Registan is probably the most recognisable of all Central Asia's monuments. The facades of the two medressas facing the central square are decorated in elaborate mosaic, tiles and intricate geometric brickwork, flanked by towering minarets and topped by azure-hued domes. The interiors of some of the buildings are just as impressive and there's so much to explore, including the many handicraft and souvenir stalls in the courtyards and rooms. While here you will visit the Bibi-Khanym Mosque, built by Timur. It is often compared to the Taj Mahal as it was built as a grand and timeless symbol of a man's love for his wife. This mosque overlooks the busy and colourful Siob Bazaar, where photographers will delight in taking photos of the many bustling stalls and the huge array of produce, as well as encountering friendly greetings from the local traders. Dinner at Indian Restaurant.

Day 09


Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to the station this morning and take the 8 am high speed “Afrosiab” train to Tashkent (approximately 2 hours). Head back to Tashkent before catching your flight back to your city of origin. You can choose to kill some time at the main shopping street which for some reason, is called Broadway or hang around Amur Timur Square for a glimpse of local urban life.

Travel Documents

  • Original passport with minimum 6 months validity from the date of tour arrival along with sufficient blank pages for the stamping of visa

Visa :

  • Uzbekistan E-Visa is available for Indian passport holder. You need to obtain E-visa before your travel to Uzbekistan.

Payment Terms

  • Payments can be made by Cheque, Demand Draft, NEFT, RTGS or IMPS. Cheque/Demand Draft should be in favor of "VM HOLIDAYS AND HOSPITALITY LLP".
  • You can also book your package online with Credit/Debit Card or Net Banking.

Cancellation Policy

  • If the Guest decides to cancel the tour for any reason whatsoever then s/he shall give a written application to the Company within specified time limit along with original receipt issued by the Company. Such cancellation will attract cancellation charges stated here under. 
  • Cancellation charges will be calculated on gross tour cost and the cancellation charges shall depend on date of departure and date of cancellation.
  • Cancellation charges for any type of transport ticket are applicable as per the rules of the concerned authority.
  • Air tickets issued on special fares are NON REFUNDABLE and Guest shall bear cancellation charges.
  • Any refund payable to the Guest will be paid after the Company receives refund from the respective authorities. The Company deducts processing charges from the refund to be paid to the Guest.

Cancellation Charges :

  • Before 31 Days :  00%
  • From 30-22 Days :  25%
  • From 20-16 Days :  50%
  • From 15-07 Days :  75%
  • From 06-00 Days :  100%

Refund Policy :

  • Refund Process time is 21 working days for any normal cancellation. You will get refund by Bank transfer only.

Note : For any natural disaster or Government Travel Ban, you will get refund as per supplier / hotel / airline policy. If they provide credit note than you will get credit note as per their terms & conditions. We are not responsible for any cash/Bank transfer refunds for it.

Booking Tnc

  • The above price is per person basis. High Season Surcharges are applicable; rates are not valid for long weekends and public holidays.
  • Child up to 4 yrs is Complimentary, Adult: 12 years and above.
  • Personal identification is mandatory to carry on tour for Air Travel, Hotels for security reason like: election card, Driving Licence, Passport.
  • All rates are valid for Indian national only.
  • The above given prices are subject to change without prior notice.
  • The quotation is based on Standard room of individual hotel, however if unavailable then the upgrading cost to be borne by the guest.
  • Hotel check in is 1400 hrs and checkout would be 1000 hrs. Early check in and late check out subject to availability.
  • If the above hotels are not available similar category hotels are used as hotel rooms are subject to availability.Hotels may provide room heater at an additional price on direct payment basis.
  • Meals provided at the hotel (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner) are based on a set menu.
  • Anything other than the set menu will be charged extra.
  • Driver is NOT A GUIDE; he will take you to the sightseeing’s mentioned in the itinerary. You will have to explore the place of visit on your own.
  • Vehicle will be not at disposal. If guest wish to go for additional sightseeing extra charges will be applicable.
  • Itinerary is subject to change.The above mentioned cost is not valid during National Holidays, festive season/long weekends, Christmas & New year.

Special Notes

  • Airlines/Room up-gradation and complimentary will not be entertained during the tour unless if specified at the time of booking.
  • There is no refund for any services not utilized during the tour.
  • Security deposit is required either in cash or credit card by hotels which is refundable provided no room incidentals are incurred. This security deposit is not included in this quote and must be paid by the guests/corporate directly to the hotel when checking in.
  • Guests are advised not to keep valuables in the coach/vehicle while sightseeing. 
  • The Company shall not be responsible for loss of valuables from the coach / vehicle . If the coach / vehicle is accidentally or otherwise damaged by the Guest, s/he will be required to pay compensation for the same.


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