Combined Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan tour for 17 days 16 nights

This combined Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan tour will allow you to discover the numerous architectural and natural resources of these two countries with authentic identity and culture. You will see the landscapes of the Tian Shan mountains, meet with hospitable nomads, visit the cities of the famous Silk Road: Samarkand; Bukhara; Khiva

Day 1
Arrival and first acquaintance with the capital of Kyrgyzstan

Flight to Bishkek. Arrival at the airport and transfer to the hotel

Sightseeing tour of the city with visits to:

  • The Victory Square, the Oak Park with the stone sculptures
  • The Manas and Ala-Too Square
  • The Museum of History where you will learn about the origin of the country
  • The Osh Bazaar, one of the largest markets in the city

Dinner in the restaurant with traditional Kyrgyz cuisine

Night at the hotel

Day 2
The lands of the nomads

Departure to the Suusamyr Valley and to the Too Ashu Mountain Pass (3400 m), surrounded by picturesque mountains

Picnic lunch on the way

A trip to the village of Kyzyl-Oi, a mountain settlement located at a height of 1800 meters, in the valley of the Kökömeren River

Stop at the village for the night

In the evening there will be a traditional dinner and night at the guest house

Day 3
Song-Kol, the pearl of Kyrgyzstan

Departure to Song-Kol Lake (Song Köl), located at a height of 3000 meters in the middle of the Tian Shan mountain range

Crossing the Kara-Keche Pass (3384 m), where the coal mine is located


Arrival on the shore of the lake and meeting with a family of nomads

A unique opportunity to get acquainted with the real Kyrgyz nomads, their way of life and traditions

Traditional dinner and night in a yurt

Day 4
The traditions of Kyrgyzstan

Taking the southern coast on the road to the Issyk-Kul Lake

Stop in the village of Kyzyl Tuu to meet a local family and learn the secrets of the yurt production (the dwellings of the nomadic people)

Arrival to Bokonbaevo village and accommodation at the guest house where you will meet an eagle hunter and his tamed bird

Dinner and overnight at the guest house

Day 5
The natural wonders of Kyrgyzstan

Departure to the city of Karakol through the 'Fairy Tale' Canyon

The canyon astounds travelers with its flame-colored and oddly shaped rocks

Visit to the Jety-Oguz Valley, one of the most beautiful places in the country, with waterfalls, spectacular gorges and red rocks. Thee most famous of which are the 'Broken heart' and the 'Seven Bulls'

Dinner and overnight at the guest house

Day 6
The Alpine Pastures

Trip to the Altyn Arashan Valley (translated from Kyrgyz as 'Golden spring'), located at 3000 meters above sea level and known for its green landscapes and hot springs

Walk through the valley with many canyons and moments of relaxation in the natural hot springs

In Karakol you will visit the Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity which was built in the late 19th century and also the Dungan mosque, built without a single nail, in the style of a Chinese Buddhist Temple

In the evening you will enjoy a national Dungan dish called Ashlan-Fu that is made from noodles, vegetables and eggs

Overnight at the guest house

Day 7
The gorges, valleys and mountain pastures

The road to Grigoriev and Semenov gorges, a magnificent place with rapid rivers, winding paths and slopes covered with pine forests

Walk in the wild and picnic on the shore of a mountain lake

The road to Chon-Kemin Valley and National Park. The wildlife enthusiasts will just love this eco-friendly area

Dinner and overnight at the guest house

Day 8
Return to Bishkek

While on the way, you will visit Balasagun, the former capital of Central Asia (late IX century), the Burana Tower minaret (IX century) and the burial monuments known as the 'Balbal' graves

Arrival in Bishkek and visit to a local market where you'll have an opportunity to do some shopping before leaving

Dinner at the restaurant and night at the hotel


Day 9
From Bishkek to Tashkent

Transfer to the airport and departure to Tashkent

Arrival in Tashkent, transfer and hotel accommodation

Free time

Night at the hotel

Day 10
First look at the capital of Uzbekistan

A walk around Tashkent with a guide:

  • The Khast-Imam Square (reconstructed in 2007) and the Juma Mosque where the ancient Koran of XII century is kept
  • Walk through the Chorsu Bazaar
  • A visit to the The Museum of Applied Arts
  • At the end of the day , transfer to the airport and flight to Urgench

Arrival and departure to the city of Khiva (30 km)

Check-in and night at the hotel

Day 11
Khiva, the city of One Thousand and One Nights

A walking tour of Ichan-Kala, the walled inner town of the city of Khiva:

  • The Madrassah of Mohammed Amin Khan and its unfinished minaret
  • The Kunya-Ark Fortress
  • The Tach Khaouli Palace and its Harem
  • The Madrasah and caravanserai of Alla Kuli Khan
  • The Juma Mosque with 218 columns carved from wood
  • The Islam-Khoja Madrasah and the Necropolis of Pahlavan Mahmud
  • The Mausoleum of Said Alauddin
  • A master class on wood carving and acquaintance with local crafts

Overnight at the hotel

Day 12
Kyzylkum Desert

The red sands of Kyzylkum Desert

  • An itinerary to Bukhara (6-7 hours) through Kyzylkum Desert
  • Arrival and transfer to the hotel
  • Check in the hotel
Day 13
Sacred Bukhara

The day will be dedicated to discover an ancient city Bukhara. During the tour you will see:

  • Poi Kalyan Square, Kalyan minaret of 11th century
  • Trading domes
  • Tim Abdulla Khan market
  • Magoki Attori Mosque, ancient Zoroastrian temple
  • Lyabi Khaus architecture ensemble
  • Samonids Mausoleum and the tomb of Ismail
  • Bolo Hauz mosque
  • Citadel Ark, the former residence of Ameers
  • Chor Minor Medrese

Hotel check in

Day 14
Free day

Free time in the morning to walk around the city or do some shopping

Transfer to the railway station and departure by high-speed train (Uzbek TGV) to Samarkand

Arrival, transfer and night at the hotel

Day 15
The magnificence of Samarkand

City tour:

  • The famous square Registan, three medreses and golden mosque
  • Mausoleum Gori Amir, also known as mausoleum of Tamerlane
  • Bibi Khanym mosque (14-15 centuries), the largest mosque of that time
  • Necropolis Shohizinda, the pearl of Samarkand architecture
  • Take a stroll along picturesque Siabsky bazaar
  • The Ulugh Beg Observatory, the first observatory on the East
  • Mausoleum and the tomb of Daniel, 18m long

Night at the hotel

Day 16
Free day

Free time in the morning to walk around the city or do some shopping

Night at the hotel

Day 17

It is the end of your trip, we will provide airport transfer service


Hotels 3* B&B et maison d’hôtes
3013 €
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2128 €
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1992 €
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Suppl. single
366 €
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  • Accommodation (with breakfast) in a standard room for 2 people in 3*hotels/guest house/yurta
  • All transfers by private car with an experienced driver, as well as road transport according to the program (equipped with air conditioning)
  • Bishkek-Tashkent and Tashkent-Urgench flight tickets
  • Tickets for Bukhara-Samarkand TGV
  • Full Board in Kyrgyzstan
  • Guide-escort services throughout the trip to Kyrgyzstan
  • Services of local guides (during excursions) on the 10th, 11th, 13th and 15th days
  • Entrance tickets to museums according to the program


  • International flights
  • Insurance
  • Additional charge for early check-in at hotels
  • Lunch and dinner meals in Uzbekistan (10-12 euros per person)
  • Photo and video permit at some of the museums and sites.
  • Service of a porter
  • Personal expenses
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