Dushanbe Samarqand Tour 2024-2025

Duration: 10 Days Dushanbe Kurgantube Samarqand

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About Tour

If you are planning  10-days tour from Dushanbe to Samarqand, you are in for an exciting journey through Central Asia. This route will take you through two beautiful countries, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, allowing you to explore their rich history, culture, and natural beauty. In this comprehensive guide, we will provide you with a detailed itinerary and highlight the must-visit attractions along the way

Tour Schedule

  • Day 1 Arrival to Dushanbe

    Meeting in Dushanbe. After breakfast start of program. SS in Dushanbe, Visit to Gurminj Museum of traditional musical instruments and Museum of Antiquities and Hissar fortress with complex of museum and medresse, turn back to hotel, dinner in restaurant.

  • Day 10

    After breakfast at 8-00 AM half day SS in Penjikent, lunch and then drive to Tajik/Uzbek border and crossing through border and then drive to Samarkand.

  • Day 2 Dushanbe-Kurgantube

    After breakfast drive to Dusty square and visit monument of I. Somony.Then drive to KurganTube. Lunch in Kurgantube and then drive to Ajinateppa. Accommodation dinner and rest.

  • Day 3 Kurgantube-Tahti Sangin-Kurgantube.

    Early in the morning after breakfast drive to Shartuz and then to Tahti Sangin. Lunch in Shartuz , and back to kurgantube. Dinner and rest.

  • Day 4 Kurgantube – Dushanbe – Norak

    Early in the morning we drive to Norak through Dushanbe. Nurek Dam built in 1980 on the Vakhsh River 75 km east of Tajikistan's capital Dushanbe. It is currently the tallest dam in the world with highest point located 310 m above its basement. Enjoying the beauty of the lake. Wondering around. Having lunch by the lake. Resting. Overnight in homestay.

  • Day 5. Norak-Dushanbe- Iskandarkul

    Today we will drive to Dushanbe and then to Iskandarkul Lake. Along the way, we will pass along the Varzob Gorge, and over the Anzob Pass (3,373 m). Iskandarkul Lake is named after Alexander the Great and is one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in Central Asia. It is surrounded by the peaks of Chimtarga, Hazormech, Sarima, and Gazni. Alexander's armies passed this way on their route to conquest. There will be time for a short walk to see a 30m-high waterfall. Your accommodations will be in a clean, comfortable cottage.

  • Day 6. Iskandarkul – Panjakent

    Depart from Iskandarkul Lake to Penjakent (120 km). Panjakent was re-discovered in the mid-twentieth century and is still an active archaeological site. Visit the excavation site of the ancient Sogdian city from the 5th to 7th centuries. Sogdians were important traders during the heyday of the Silk Road trade routes and are thought to have been Iranian in origin. Panjakent is often referred to as the "Pompeii of Central Asia." Visit the Panjakent Museum. Then continue to the ancient settlement of Sarazm, which is said to have existed 3400- 2000 B.C. Numerous homes, religious buildings, and palaces have been excavated in Sarazm. Many articles made of copper, bronze, lead, silver, and gold, as well as weaponry and ornaments of the 4th to 2nd millennium B.C., have been found at the site. You will be accommodated at a modern and comfortable hotel.

  • Day 7 Penjikent – Seven Lakes – Penjikent

    Drive to Seven Lakes (80 km) through the settlement of Sarazm, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Seven lakes of Marguzor are located in the west of Fan Mountains; each of them has its own colour which varies from calming turquoise to mesmerizing purple. At the last lake of Khoazorchashma you will enjoy a picnic. Drive back to Penjikent (80 km). Overnight in the guest house.

  • Day 8: Penjikent – Bunikath

    Drive from Saritag to Bunjikath. SS around. Resting.

  • Day 9. Bunikath – Penjikent

    Drive from Bunjikath to Penjikent. Arrival in Penjikent. Free time. Overnight at the hotel.

What's included

  • Transportaion food Accomodation Guide/interpertor
  • Visa Ovir registeration alcohol bavaria

Price & Departures

Starting price of tour: Price upon request


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