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One day trip to Khiva

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Tour itinerary: Tashkent – Urgench – Khiva – Tashkent
Season: all the year round
Days: 1Nights: 0
Price: $300 - $ 365
Tour description:

Khiva is a unique city that is usually called as Open Air Museum as most of monuments are UNESCO-protected. We invite you to special one-day program to Khiva with comfortable flights  Tashkent-Urgench-Tashkent.

Tashkent - Khiva - Tashkent


Domestic flight terminal of Tashkent airport.
06:00 Check-in counter for HY-51 Tashkent – Urgench route.
07:25 Departure for Urgench.
08:55 Arrival in Urgench. You will be met by our guide in the airport. Transfer to Khiva (30 km).

Arrival and start excursion around the historical part of KhivaIchan-kala (translated as “Inner town”). Ichan-kala - the largest Museum in the open air in Central Asia consisting from the next monuments: Ata-Darvaza, Kunya- Ark, Madrassah of Muhammad Rahim Khan,  Madrassah of Muhammed Aminhan, Kalta Minor, the Palace of the Allakulihan Khan of Khiva - Tash Hauli, where the harem of 40 concubines was, Caravanserai and Tim Allakulihan, Pahlavan Mahmud Gates, Mausoleum of Seyd Allaudin, Pahlavan Mahmud Mausoleum, Minaret and Islam-Khoja Madrassah , Mosque and Jami Minaret.

19:00 Transfer from Khiva to the airport of Urgench.
22:05 Departure to Tashkent, flight HY 58
23:25 Arrival in Tashkent. The end of the tour.

Price of the tour:

Number of participants


1 person

$ 365

2-3 people

$ 320

4-6 people

$ 300

Tour Price includes:

- Air tickets Tashkent – Urgench – Tashkent ( economy class);
- Transfers with the air-conditioner, airport of Urgench Airport– Khiva - Urgench Airport;
- All entrance fees to the museums as specified in the program;
- Sightseeing excursion with English-speaking guide. 

Tour Price does not include:

- Meals (lunches and dinners);
- Transfers in Tashkent (can be included by request);

- Photo and video fees at the sights;

- Personal expenses.


Tour reviews:
"One day tour to Khiva. "
You have really made me want to go to Uzbekistan and esaleiplcy Samarkand which I had read about as a kid. When I was growing up, we actually had geography classes. It was after I graduated from high school that they folded Geography into Social Studies. And from that time on, Americans knowledge of geography has gone downhill. So I am glad that you tried to get kids excited about geography and traveling the world.
Author: Sebastiao
Reviewed: 21 february 2016
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