Tour packages by TOUR EMIR

Umra+ pilgrimage with Tour Emir.


Package includes the following marchrute and services.

For extra questions contact us.

Tour 7 days / 6 nights.

Day 1. Tashkent. Sights of Tashkent.

·         At 04:40 arrive to the Tashkent International Airport 

·         05:45 Transfer to hotel Rakat Plaza or Lotte Hotel

·         07:30 – 08:30 Breakfast (at local restaurant or at the hotel)

·         08:30 – 11:00 Rest time.

·         11:00 – 13:30 Visit to the old town, where the religious center of Tashkent is located – “Khazret-Imam” complex. In “Khazret-Imam” you visit the Madrasah “Barak-Khan”, the mosque “Tilla-Sheikh”, the Mausoleum “Kaffal Shashi” and the Islamic Institute of the name of “Imam al-Bukhari”;

·         Lunch at local restaurant “Arena HUMO”;

·         Then visiting one of the oldest bazaars of the city-“Chorsu”, where you can buy fresh fruits, oriental sweets, national souvenirs and much more;

·         Dinner at the national restaurant; (Shedever Garden, Nur or Marokanda Salsal)

·         Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2. Tashkent > Bukhara.

·         05:30 Early morning breakfast at the hotel,

·         06:30 Check out from Tashkent hotel;

·         07:30 Transfer to Bukhara by train “Afrosiab”,

·         11:20 Arrive to Bukhara train station

·         12:00 – 13:30 Meeting in Bukhara (Meeting with the head of Tourism Department in Bukhara) and transfer to hotel Shahriston.

·         Lunch at local restaurant Marokand;

·         14:00 – 17:03 Sightseeing of Bukhara: visiting the mausoleum “Ismail Samani”, the Mausoleum “Tchashmai-Ayub”, “Ark” Fortress and Citadel, Complex Poi Kalon, ensemble Labi Havuz, visit to trade dome Alladin Shop

·         17:30 – 18:30 Rest time;

·         19:00 Dinner at local restaurant Labi Havuz.

·         Overnight at the Shahriston hotel.

Day 3.  Bukhara.

·         08:00 Breakfast at the hotel

·         08:40 – 12:30 Sightseeing of Bahauddin Nakshbandiywich is located out of city, Sitorai Mohi Khossa.

·         Lunch at the local restaurant Andara;

·         Continuation of the excursion: Visit the Complex Chor-Bakr and mausoleum of Abu Havz Kabr.

·         17:00 – 18:00 Meeting with the head of Tourism Department of Bukhara Mr. Furkat. Where we can get acquainted with the plans of building the Bukhara city, Safari Bukhara and the Bukhara Tourism development plan on 2020.

·         Dinner at the local restaurant “Ipak Yuli” (means Silk Road);

·         Overnight at the Shahriston

Day 4. Bukhara > Samarkand. Sights of Samarkand.

·         08:00 Breakfast at the hotel,

·         09:30 – 12:00 Souvenir shop tour

·         13:00 – 14:00 Lunch at local restaurant “Bella Italia”

·         14:30 – 15:00 Transfer to train station

·         15:50 Transfer to Samarkand.

·         17:20 Arrive to Samarkand and transfer to hotel (President Palace or Emirhan).

·         18:30 – 19:30 ; Meeting with manage

·         19:45 Dinner at the local restaurant “Atlas” or “Shirin Tabaka”

                                    Day 5.  Samarkand. Sights of Samarkand.

·         07:30 – 08:30 Breakfast at the hotel,

·         08:40 – 13:30 Visit Abu Mansur Muhammad ibn Muhammad al-Maturidi, a well-known Islamic theologian, fiqh scholar of the Qur’an, the founder of Maturidism; Fakih Abul-Lays Samarkandi;

·         13:30 14:30 Lunch at local restaurant “Samarkand”;

·         15:00 – 18:00 Visiting the Mausoleum of Mahdumi A’zam (The Islamic theologian and mystic from Central Asia, a representative of Sufism, the founder of the “Dahbediyya” school, an outstanding theoretician and a sheikh of Naqshbandiyya teachings). And the memorial complex of Imam Al-Bukhari;

·         19:30 Dinner at the local restaurant “Terrace” or “Suzane”;

·         Overnight at the hotel.

Day 6. Samarkand > Tashkent. Sights of Samarkand.

·         07:30 – 08:30 Breakfast at the hotel,

·         08:30 – 14:00 Sightseeing of the majestic Samarkand: Tomb of the dynasty of Temurids (known as “Gur-Emir“), the famous square “Registan” (including “Ulugbek Madrassah”, “Madrasah Tilla-Kari” and “Madrasah Sherdor”), Qusam ibn-Abbas (Shahi Zinda is an ensemble of mausoleums of the Samarkand nobility where the cousin of the Prophet Muhammad – Qusam ibn Abbas was buried. Consisting of eleven mausoleums), observatory of “Ulugbek“;

·         14:00 Lunch at the national restaurant (OSH CENTER);

·         15:00 – 17:00 Meeting with management of our company “Tour Emir”

·         17:15 Transfer to train station

·         18:00 Transfer to Tashkent by high-speed train “Afrasiab”.

·         20:10 Transfer to hotel City Palace and check in.

·         20:30 Dinner at the local restaurant.

·         Overnight at the hotel.


Day 7.Tashkent 

·         06:30 Early morning breakfast at the hotel, check out from City Palace hotel;

·  07:30 Transfer to the Tashkent International Airport. Departure Tashkent 

Gastronomic Tour with Tour Emir

A Gastronomic Tour of Uzbekistan is an expert-led cultural food tour which is designed to give you the exclusive experiences that best capture the unique food and culinary traditions of Uzbek cuisine.

The Uzbek cuisine is probably one of the most diverse in Asia. Situated on the caravan routes of the Great Silk Road, Uzbekistan has for many centuries been assimilating the most interesting and original recipes of food from various countries. Each meal in Uzbekistan has its own traditional way of cooking, and one and the same dish has innumerable methods of preparation throughout the country.

Uzbek plov has become Uzbekistan’s main culinary brand, but it is far from being the only remarkable dish in the Uzbek cuisine. Tender manty, juicy shashlyk shish kebab, aromatic samsa pasties, rich shourpa and horsemeat sausage kazy, tandyr-kabob in Bukhara, naryn in Tashkent, nohat-shurak in Samarkand and exotic tukhum-barak and shivit-oshi in Khorezm – all of them form but a small part of the list of dishes in the Uzbek cuisine! And what about the dessert, consisting of a great number of Oriental sweets, fresh fruit, dry fruit and various kinds of nuts?

With the focus on Oriental gastronomy, this tour will give you an opportunity to immerse yourself in Uzbekistan’s rich history and culture, to learn about treasured architecture of Samarkand, Bukhara, and Shakhrisabz – the fabled cities still keeping the memory of Tamerlane, Alexander the Great, Genghis-khan, and many trade caravans of the Great Silk Road. Tall elegant minarets, grandiose madrassahs and mosques will be branded in your mind for long. But first of all, this travel will be appreciated by gourmets. Open for yourself the world full of oriental delicacies!

No doubt, this fascinating culinary tour for foodies will become the most ‘delicious’ in your collection!

Discover Uzbekistan’s incredible history and cuisine!

Eco Tourism. Travel Eco with Tour Emir

Ecological Tourism prospers.

Uzbekistan is a country that combines four different climatic zones, and due to the diversity of natural and geographical characteristics, is an excellent destination for eco-tourism development, which has become one of the trendiest areas in recent times. The favorable geographical position of Uzbekistan at the intersection of the East and the West, climatic features, a unique network of protected natural areas and a rich variety of landscapes offer great opportunities for promoting ecotourism routes, while a rich past and historical sights promise unforgettable travel experiences.

Ecotourism is an important factor in the sustainable development of countries and environmental protection, cultural and ethnographic characteristics, without disturbing the integrity of the ecosystem as a whole. Uzbekistan is one of the most dynamically developing countries in the field of ecological, conscious tourism and has a huge ecotourism potential due to its abundant natural resources. Nowadays Uzbekistan is one of the principal countries in Central Asia in the popular direction of ecotourism. Currently, the country’s system of protected areas includes 8 nature reserves, 3 national parks and a set of sanctuaries