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Overnight in Grand Hotel (D) Day 02: Ashgabad- Darvaza Gas Crater Today we visit the National Museum of History & Ethnography of Turkmenistan.

In the afternoon drive to Darwaza Gas Crater, en-route we visit a Nomad village, Karakum desert, continue drive to Darwaza flaming gas crater or the ‘mouth of hell’.

Overnight in Margosh Hotel (BD) Day 04: Bukhara (Uzbekistan) In the morning, drive to the Turkmen Uzbek border, after border formalities you will be met by our Uzbek guide, later drive to Bukhara.

Afternoon city tour of Bukhara Overnight in Devon Begi Hotel (BD) Day 05: Bukhara Today we explore the old quarter on foot.

Bukhara is an ancient city with its bustling “trade domes,” active mosques, and the Kalyan Minaret (“tower of death”), one of Central Asia’s tallest.

We’ll stroll around the streets and visit the old town center where old men with long white beards gossip for hours while drinking tea.

of days: 24 nights 25 days Destinations: Ashgabad-Darvaza-Marve-Bukhara-Samarkand-Khujand -Iskanderkul Lake-Dushanbe-Kalaikum-Khorog-Ishakahism-Langar-Murghab-Kizil Art pass-Sarai Tash-Osh- Chychkan Gorge – Kyzyl-Oy village- Song Kol Lake-Issyk-Kul Karakul-Bishkek-Almaty.

We’ll also venture to the outskirts of Bukhara and visit the summer palace of the last Emir, built by a Russian Czar with grand halls and a harem.

Our afternoon tour covers the Afrosiab Museum, located on the site of ancient Afrosiab.

Overnight in Malika Prime Hotel (BD) Day 08: Samarkand-Khujand (Tajikistan) In the morning we drive to Uzbek Tajik border at Oybek, after border formalities we cross to Khujand.

We also visit the regal mausoleums of Shah-I Zinda, site of Central Asia’s most sacred Islamic shrine, the massive mosque of Bibi Khanym, and the adjacent colourful market.

You can purchase Samarkand’s famous bread which Alexander the Great unsuccessfully tried to have duplicated back home in Greece, or try some of the region’s local produce, from grapes to the world’s tastiest melons of multiple varieties.

We’ll also venture to the outskirts of Bukhara and visit the summer palace of the last Emir, built by a Russian Czar with grand halls and a harem.

Our afternoon tour covers the Afrosiab Museum, located on the site of ancient Afrosiab.

Overnight in Malika Prime Hotel (BD) Day 08: Samarkand-Khujand (Tajikistan) In the morning we drive to Uzbek Tajik border at Oybek, after border formalities we cross to Khujand.

We also visit the regal mausoleums of Shah-I Zinda, site of Central Asia’s most sacred Islamic shrine, the massive mosque of Bibi Khanym, and the adjacent colourful market.

You can purchase Samarkand’s famous bread which Alexander the Great unsuccessfully tried to have duplicated back home in Greece, or try some of the region’s local produce, from grapes to the world’s tastiest melons of multiple varieties.

Overnight in Divon Begi Hotel (BD) Day 06: Bukhara – Shakhrisabz – Samarkand We depart early for Shakhrisabz, the birthplace of Tamerlane, where we tour Ak-Saray Palace, Kok-Gumbaz Mosque, House of Meditation and the Crypt of Timur, a man who changed the course of history and made a signfigant difference to Central Asia.