Day 1: Tashkent- Nukus
You will be taken to the airport, in order to take a flight to Nukus. The whole day will be dedicated to a city tour, you will see such places as the Museum of Savitsky, Mizdakhan necropolis, Chilpyk - Zoroastrian monument which is around 2200 years old. Your night will be in the hotel.
Day 2: Nukus - Khiva
The following day, ou will travel to Khiva. It is the oldest town in Uzbekistan. The town has the inner town that it withholds within itself. The old city is full of sand castles and other interesting monuments. Overall there are around 400 buildings and houses and 60 other monuments. The jewel of the city is the 17th century fortress, You will end your tour by visiting the architectural masterpiece of 1830. And finally spend your night in the hotel.
Day 3: Khiva - Bukhara
The next morning you will travel to Bukhara. The city often plays the main role as the visit card of Uzbekistan. Over a hundred of historical monuments has made a museum out of that town. The path that that you will be taking will go through the Kizilkum desert and along the Amu Darya river. Upon your arrival to Bukhara, you will have some free time, the night will be spent in the hotel.
Day 4: Bukhara
This day will be dedicated to a city tour around Bukhara. The tourist locations in the city that date to various eras are all linked by narrow streets. A walk along those streets will lead you to the 4th century palace of the Bukhara Empire dynasties. Then you will be able to see a beautiful Samanids mausoleum that dates back to the 9th - 10th century. The tour will then continue to the two mosques one of them is known as the mosque of 40 colums that was built in the name of governor Abu-Fayud Khan. You will then have a chance to buy some souvenirs for yourself or the close ones. You will end your tour by going from the Lyabi House complex and to the 12th - 16th century Poi Kalon which is considered to be the best architectural monument of Bukhara.
Day 5: Bukhara - Yurts camp of Nurata
The following day, you will travel to Nurata town. The town is known for the fortress that was supposedly built by Alexander the Great back in the 4th century BC. Apart from the fortress, you will also see many other monuments, mosques, madrasahs and etc. You will then spend your night in the yurt camp in the desert.
Day 6: Nurata - Samarkand
The next day, you will go to Samarkand. It is one of the largest cities in Uzbekistan. During your tour around the city, you will see many beautiful mosques and monuments that date back to 15th - 17th centuries. In the end of the day, you will spend your night in the hotel.
Day 7: Samarkand - Tashkent
The following morning, you will travel to Tashkent via train. The day will also be dedicated to a city tour. You will visit the Independence square and many other locations from the old town and the new town. You will even see the Quran whuch dates back to the 8th century. Your night will be in the hotel.
Day 8: Tashkent - Flight
In the morning you will be taken to the airport.