Highlights of this amazing tour:
Flight to Tashkent at 22:20 PM
Arrival Tashkent airport at 03:25 AM local time, meet our escort guide and transfer to the hotel. And check in to the hotel. Breakfast is at the hotel. Full day tour in Tashkent: Old city – the old part of Tashkent city, the area, which preserves the traditional Uzbek style: Kukaldash Madrasah (16th.c) and Hast Imam complex – the Islamic heart of the country. This architectural complex consists of Barak-Khan Madrasah, Tilla sheikh mosque, Muyi Muborak Madrasah, Kaffal Shashi mausoleum, Namazgoh mosque, as well as the new Khazrati Imam mosque and the muftiate building (the Muslim board of Uzbekistan) built-in 2007. Muyi Mubarak Madrasah (16th c). Moreover, Madrasah exhibits one of the Islamic relics – the Othman Quran, the world’s oldest Quran copy dating back to 8th c. Quran belonged to Othman Ibn Affan, the Third Caliph (of the four righteous Caliphs who succeeded the prophet, Muhammad). Othman was killed by non-muslims in the 8th century. His blood spread over the Quran. You still can see blood drops on the Quran’s pages. Continue our visit to the Imam Buhariy Tashkent Islam University, Sheikh Muhammad Sodiq Muhammad Yusuf mosque. You will be transferred to the hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, we will transfer to the train station at 06:50 am depart to Samarkand. Arrive at 09:30. Accommodation at the beautiful hotel. We will go to the Al-Bukhari mosque for Friday Prayers if we will be in Samarkand on Friday.
Visit Al Bukhary memorial complex (30 km away of the city). Al Bukhary – Islamic scholar, who authored the hadith collection known as Sahih al-Bukhari, regarded by Sunni Muslims as one of the most authentic (Sahih) Hadith collections. He also wrote other books such as Al-Adab al-Mufrad. Lunch
Visit Imam Maturidi memorial complex, Imam Abu Mansur Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Mahmud Al Maturidi (rahimahullah) was a Hanafi scholar from Maturid, a place in Samarqand. He was one of the two foremost Imams in ‘Aqidah (beliefs). He was known to be an Imam of guidance and the one who corrected the ‘Aqidah of the Muslims. He had authored several books on this important topic, as well as many rebuttals against the deviant groups of his time. He was the student of Imam Abu Bakr Ahmad Al Juzajani (rahimahullah). Imam Abu Mansur Al Maturidi (rahimahullah) passed away in the year three hundred and thirty-three (333) after Hijrah.
We will visit the Registan (three madrassas)- the main square of Samarkand. It consists of Madrassah Ulugbek, Madrassah Sherdor, and Madrassah Tilla Kori.
Night stay in Samarkand
Breakfast is at the hotel. We will visit the Guri-Amir mausoleum,
Khazrati Khizir Mosque;
Bibi-khanum mosque – was named of the honor of the eldest wife of Great Timur (XIVc).
Shakhi-Zinda necropolises – which means “Alive King” (XI-XII c.). (Qusam ibn Abbas),
Mausoleum of Prophet Daniel;
Sheikh Khoja Akhror Vali;
Dinner is served at a local restaurant. Overnight stay at the hotel. (Optional activity: visit the Registan light show)
Breakfast at the hotel. We leave to Bukhara at 08:00 by bus. Today will look into the life of the greatest scholars of Tasawwuf.
“7 Pirs” – Seven Pirs are the most important religious sites of Bukhara which are located outside of Bukhara.
One of them Khazrat Abduxoliq Gijduani is located 40 klometres from Bukhara and Visit the workshop/museum to learn what makes Gijduvan ceramics. Enjoy a local lunch as you discover this charming ceramics workshop. On the road we will get to visit the THE SEVEN SAINTS OF BUKHARA.
“7 Pirs” Hazrat Abduxoliq Gijduani, Hazrat Xoja Orif Revgariy, Hazrat Xoja Mahmud Anjir Fagnaviy, Hazrat Muhammad Bahouddin Naqshbandiy, Hazat Hoja Boboiy Comosiy, Hazrat Hoja Ali Romitoniy, Hazrat Abdul Xafs Kabir and Hazrat Sayid Amir Kulol.
Overnight at Bukhara.
Breakfast at the hotel. Proceed for Bukhara city tour: Madrassah of Ulugbek, with the inscription on the entrance: Learning is must for every Muslim man and woman, Madrassah of Abdul Aziz khan, The Kalon Mosque, The Mir Arab Madrassah, The Minaret Kalon, Ark Citadel, Bolo Khauz Mosque, Lunch and continue Bukhara tour. After lunch transfer to the train station 12.30 and departure to Khiva.
Arrival in Khiva at 17:50 pm. Dinner is served at a local restaurant. The evening is left free to relax or explore surrounds as your wish. Overnight stay at the hotel. (The train is three times a week on Monday, Thursday, Saturday).
After breakfast, Visit Kunya-Ark Fortress, Ichan Kala, Tower Kalta Minor, Madrassah Muhammad Amin Khan, Juma Mosque with 212 wooden supports and Minaret, TashKhauli, the Mosque Ark, the Minaret of Islam Khodja, the Minaret of the main Vizir and Caravansaray of Allakhuli-Khan. Lunch is at local restaurant. Continue our sightseeing by visiting the Memorial of PakhlavanMakhmud, Khiva Bazaar and the craft centers of Khiva. Dinner is served at a local restaurant. The evening is left free to relax or explore surrounds as your wish. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast. Transfer to the domestic airport to catch an early morning flight from Urgench to Tashkent at 09:30 am. Arrival to Tashkent at 12:10am. Lunch at Local restaurant
Visit the Minor Mosque, Chorsu market, Zangi-ota memorial complex as well as
Dinner at Local restaurant. Transfer to the airport for back, your flight is at 19:45 pm.
Transport: New and Private air-conditioned transport;
Accommodation based on double/Twin room sharing;
Halal Meals: Breakfast at the hotel;
One Lunch will be share at the ceramic workshop;
English speaking guide during the tour;
Train tickets: Tashkent – Samarkand ($35), Bukhara – Khiva ($35);
Tashkent – Urgench (Uzbekistan airways) flights 90 USD
Charges in hotels for additional services;
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