A day trip to Charvak and its surroundings from Tashkent
Tashkent – Charvak Water Reservoir – Surroundings – Tashkent
Day 01 Tashkent – Charvak Water Reservoir – Surroundings – Tashkent
– 08:30-09:00 – Meet with our local guide and driver in a hotel in Tashkent;
– 09:00-10:30 – Drive to Khojikent;
– 10:30-10:45 – Sightseeing of the petroglyphs of the grotto Khojikent;
– 10:45-11:00 – Drive to Charvak Lake;
– 11:00-12:30 – Sightseeing program around the Charvak Lake and visit the mausoleum of Sheikh Umar Vali Bogistoni and a mountain village Burchmulla;
– 12:30-13:00 – Transfer to Beldersay Ski Resort;
– 13:00-14:00 – Lunch in a local café;
– 14:00-16:30 – Visiting of Beldersay gorge, lifting on the chair cable to the top of the mountain Kumbel (2300 m.);
– 16:30-18:00 – Drive back to Tashkent. Upon arrival, drop off to hotel/airport/railway station. End of the tour.
|PAX||PRICE (PER PERSON)|
|1 pax in single room||Upon request|
|2 pax (twin sharing)||Upon request|
|3 pax (twin sharing)||Upon request|
|4 pax (twin sharing)||Upon request|
|5 pax (twin sharing)||Upon request|
|Supplement for single room (except 1 pax where included||Upon request|
|Supplement for domestic airfare Tashkent-Urgench, economy class (subject to change)||Upon request|
Features of the tour:
This tour contains the highlighted cities of Uzbekistan: Tashkent, Khiva, Bukhara, Shakhrisabz and Samarkand by covering cultural, historical, architectural and educational features. As a standard classical tour, its duration is ideal with enough time to learn the famous cities on the Silk Road and at the same time to enjoy one’s holiday.
Best season to travel:
You can travel and enjoy this program all year around however one can feel a little bit uncomfortable to travel in the hottest period of summer (in July) and in winter when the weather is cold. But during these off-season periods, travellers can get special discounted rates for packages by request.
Level of difficulties and age limitation:
This is an easy level tour and there is no age limitation as far as a person has no walking distance problem. Because in some cities such as Khiva and Bukhara, transportation is limited and normally tourists walk around approximately from 3 to 5 km during an excursion.