5 days / 4 nights

Fergana Valley is located at the eastern part of Uzbekistan and has the highest density in Central Asia. It had the mildest climate throughout the republic. The nature of the valley attracts people with its wonderful abundance of colors. That’s why this valley also called as a Pearl of Central Asia due to its richness and beauty.


Day 1: Tashkent

Arrival Tashkent by afternoon time.
Meeting at the airport, transfer to the hotel, accommodation.
Overnight at the hotel.


Day 2: Tashkent-Kokand

Minivan / Bus
Drive to Kokand by coach through Kamchik Pass (240 km).
Arrival, transfer to the hotel, accommodation.
City tour in Kokand: visit Khudoyarkhan Palace (19th c.), Architectural Complex Dakhmai-Shokhon (Grave of the Kings) – that was the family mausoleum of Kokand khans (rulers), Modarikhan Mausoleum (19th c.), Djami Mosque (19th c.), Norbutabey Madrasah (18th c.) – the largest religious school in Kokand, Gishtlik Mosque, Kamol-Kazi Madrasah.
Overnight at the hotel.


Day 3: Kokand – Rishtan – Fergana

Minivan / Bus
Drive to Rishtan by coach (45 km).
Arrival Rishtan and visit ceramic workshops where You can see and participate in the process of producing ceramic dishes.
From ancient times, Rishtan has being popular for its wonderful ceramics. There are deposits of red clay rich by minerals and mountainous vegetation that is the main items for ceramic production.
Characterized peculiarity of this ceramic is blue and green color. There are a lot of skilled artisans in Rishtan producing pottery and other related items.
Continue drive to Fergana by coach (50 km).
Arrival, transfer to the hotel, accommodation.
Overnight at the hotel.


Day 4: Fergana – Kuva – Margilan – Fergana

Minivan / Bus
Drive to Kuva by coach (35 km).
Visit the territory of archeological excavations of ancient Buddhist settlement.
Archeologists still can’t determine the exact age of Kuva, but due to some facts it’s proposed that the first settlements on this territory appeared in the 4th-3rd cc. BC. As for today, ruins of ancient Buddhist complex including a temple and Buddha statue had been found here.
Continue drive to Margilan (35 km).
Arrival and visit Silk-weaving Factory “Yodgorlik”.
Since long times Margilan has been famous for its wonderful and fine silk material. In ancient times silk from Margilan had been spread worldwide through the Great Silk Road traders. Nowadays, Yodgorlik is the largest traditional silk producing factory in Uzbekistan. It’s producing silk both for domestic and foreign markets.
Drive back to Fergana (15 km). Transfer to the hotel and overnight.


Day 5: Fergana – Tashkent

Minivan / Bus / Flight
Drive to Tashkent by coach (320 km).
Arrival, transfer to Tashkent International Airport.
Registration and flight to the next destination due to the schedule.

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