Private Silk Road Tours stands front and centre when it comes to potential holiday destinations. And getting there is now become a little easier with Private tour guide. If you’re fascinated by the ancient Silk Road but don’t have the time to travel its length from China to Turkey, You can customise your Silk Road trip according to your wish. With a little planning you can squeeze a long rout into a week and make this a perfect bite of Silk Road splendour.
It’s easier to get around than you believe
The shipping options have progressed incredibly since the days of Silk road camel trekking. All of countries now having the most important draws are served by means of low-value domestic flights, amazing avenue hyperlinks and high-pace trains. You’ll discover shared taxis and bus offerings in all of the towns, plus all the capitals of neighbouring countries have a decent metro with a few splendidly ornate stations.
The silk road destination holds mosques were adorned with the finest murals and mosaics, with strategies and materials imported especially from Persia. thankfully, Uzbekistan’s artisan competencies live on and you can select up hand-crafted ceramics, needlework, silk cloth and miniaturist paintings for only some bucks in most madrassas, which have largely been converted into bazaars.
If you want to experience the real nomadic culture than going for a private silk road tour is the best possible option for you. While Private Silk Road Tours are all customized so you can choose to mix up with the local people and try their local food with an overnight camping with them.
Tashkent – Samarkand: drive from Tashkent to Samarkand and arrive in time to visit the Registan for sunset.
Samarkand: explore the Registan with a full guided tour and do not forget to visit Bibi Khanym Mosque and Tamerlane's Tomb.
Samarkand - Bukhara: start driving to Bukhara, and shop some handmade craft add on your wardrobe form fabled city of the Silk Road. While in the city Arc citadel and the old town are the most tourist attractive place which is must visit in your list.
Bukhara - Mary (Turkmenistan): head towards Turkmenistan and head for Mary one of the greatest of the Silk Road cities that you must cover . Withness archaeological dig at GonurDepe, uncovering ancient settlements in the ancient time and return via Mary's fascinating museum.
Mary - Ashgabat: take a short flight to Turkmenistan's eclectic capital, Ashgabat and explore this crazy city and its surrounds. Do not forget to cover ancient Nissa, an AkhalTeke stud farm and Geo Tepe.
Ashgabat – Darvaza: See the most spectacular sight of Central Asia, Darvaza gas crater.
Darvaza - Konya Urgench – Nukus: Visit its palaces, mausoleums and history museum, before crossing the border back into Uzbekistan.
Nukus - Khiva: visit the amazing art museum in Nukus before driving on to Khiva, whose magnificent city walls contain numerous mosques and palaces.
Visit the many impressive sights of Khiva and climb the Kalta Minor Minaret, before taking a late evening flight back to Tashkent.