29,999 /-$ per person
5 Days
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What's included

Price includes
  • 02 bottles of 0.5 ltr water per person per day.
  • 04 Buffet Breakfasts at the hotel.
  • 04 Gala Dinner with Veg-Non Veg Snacks, Vodka, Beer, and Soft Drinks with Belly Dance shows.(1 HOUR)
  • 04 Lunches
  • 04 Nights accommodation in the mentioned hotel.
  • A/C comfortable transport with professional driver as per the itinerary.
  • GST included.
  • Light Lunch / Hi – Tea on arrival day.
  • Professional English speaking escort guide from arrival to departure in Tashkent.
  • Tashkent City Tour (Amir Temur Square, etc.)
  • Visa arrangements
Price does not include
  • Any kind of personal expenses or optional tours/extra meals ordered
  • Client company letter head as per attached format.
  • Entrance fees
  • Please Note it will be a group E-Visa and will be given to you on the day of departure (along with Original Passport) at the Indira Gandhi International Airport At Gate No. 6 by our Travel Consultant.
  • Usage of mini bar in the hotel

Le Grand Plaza 

Looking for a place to stay in Tashkent? Then look no further than Le Grande Plaza Hotel, a hotel that brings the best of Tashkent to your doorstep. Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel. Le Grande Plaza Hotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to Le Grande Plaza Hotel, free parking is available. For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Tashkent, Le Grande Plaza Hotel is located a short distance from Minor Mosque (2.9 km) and Ak Mosque (2.9 km). While in Tashkent be sure to experience nearby sushi restaurants such as Yapona Mama, Assorti, or Teppanyaki. Tashkent is also known for some great parks, including Central Park and Seoul National Park, which are not too far from Le Grande Plaza Hotel. We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Le Grande Plaza Hotel as you experience everything Tashkent has to offer.

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
Day 1

Delhi-tashkent- welcomes you

  • 1240Hrs: Arrival in Tashkent and Customs will take about 01 Hour.
  • 1405 Hrs: Our Airport Executive will be waiting outside the Airport with Placard.
  • 1430 Hrs:  Straight transfer to Indian Restaurant for lunch
  • 1530 Hrs:  Later proceed to Hotel for check in.
  1. Independence Square
  2. Tashkent Broadway
  3. Amir Temur Square
  • 20:00hrs Transfer to an Indian Restaurant for Gala Dinner with Veg , Non Veg Snacks, free flow of Vodka, Beer, soft drinks & world Class Belly Dance Show Program (You May Carry your own Alcohol with No Extra Charges)
  • Transfer back to Hotel at 22.00 Hrs         
Day 2

Tashkent full day city tour + shopping tour

  • Breakfast 07:00 Hrs -10:00 Hrs.
  • 11.00 Hrs: After sumptuous breakfast proceed to Panoramic City Tour of Beautiful Tashkent, visit:
    • Monument of Courage (1969)
    • Romanov Prince Duke Residence
    • Opera and Ballet Theatre named after Alisher Navoi (outside only)
    • Memorial of Repressions Victims with the traditional ornaments
    • Tashkent TV Tower (outside only)
  • 1300 Hrs: Lunch in an Indian restaurant
  • 1430 Hrs: City tour of Tashkent:
    • Hazrat Imam complex, Old City
    • Shopping Tour Alaskey Bazaar and TSUM 
    • Mega Mall
    • Samarkand Daroza
  • 1 bottles of 1lt of water to be given per pax
  • 20:00hrs Transfer to an Indian Restaurant for Gala Dinner with Veg , Non Veg Snacks, free flow of Vodka, Beer, soft drinks & world Class Belly Dance Show Program (You May Carry your own Alcohol with No Extra Charges)
  • 23:00hrs Transfer back to the hotel.
Day 3

Tashkent – charvak – chimgan mountains breakfast 07:00 hrs – 10.00 hrs

  • 1000 Hrs: After breakfast and proceed to Chimgan & Charvak mountains. Later visit Charvak and Chimgan mountains about 125 KM from Tashkent. Nicknamed Switzerland of Uzbekistan, this area is famous with Tashkent residents and guests as a recreational area. The chair lift takes you to the top of the mountain from where you enjoy breathtaking views, you must take some time for photo shooting!
  • 14:30hrs Lunch in Pyramids resort in Chimgan Mountains
  • 15:30hrs Free time to explore Charvak Artificial Reservoir & You may try your hands on Skiing, Ice skating, Snow Bikes, Horse riding, Local Kebabs with Vodka on your own cost.
  • 18:00hrs Transfer back and relax for a while.
  • 20:00hrs Gala Dinner with Veg, Non-Veg Snacks, free flow of Vodka, Beer, soft drinks & world Class Belly Dance Show Program for 2 hrs. (You May Carry your own Alcohol with No Extra Charges).
Day 4

Tashkent day at leisure (Optional day tour to Samarkand by bullet train)

  • Breakfast 07.00 Hrs – 10.00 Hrs.
  • 1000 Hrs proceed to Samarkand
  • OR
  • Rest of the day at leisure.
  • 14:30 Hrs Lunch in an Indian restaurant.
  • Back to hotel and enjoy the day at leisure. 
  • 20:00hrs Transfer to an Indian Restaurant for Grand Gala Dinner with Veg , Non Veg Snacks, free flow of Vodka, Beer, soft drinks & world Class Belly Dance Show Program (You May Carry your own Alcohol with No Extra Charges)
  • 22:00Hrs Transfer Back to Hotel.
Day 5

Check out

  After breakfast, check out from hotel.
08.00 Hrs Transfer to Tashkent International airport for your onward journey.

More about this tour

Welcome to Tashkent

Like most places that travellers use mainly to get somewhere else, Tashkent doesn't always immediately charm visitors, but it's a surprisingly fun and interesting place, with the best restaurants, museums and nightlife in the country. There’s also plenty of opportunity to escape the metropolis for great hiking, rafting and skiing in Ugam-Chatkal National Park, just a 1½-hour drive away.


History Museum of the People of Uzbekistan

The History Museum is a must-visit for anyone looking for a primer on the history of Turkestan from its earliest settlements 5000 years ago to the present. The 2nd floor has some fine Zoroastrian and Buddhist artefacts, including several 1st- to 3rd-century Buddhas and Buddha fragments from Fayoz-Tepe area near Termiz.On the 3rd floor English placards walk you through the Russian conquests of the khanates and emirates, and there are some foreboding newspaper clippings of revolts in Andijon being brutally suppressed by the Russians in 1915. On the 4th floor you’ll also find the normal ode to post-independence gas plants and first President Karimov.






State Fine Arts Museum

The four floors of this excellent museum walk you through 1500 years of art in Uzbekistan, from 7th-century Buddhist relics from Kuva and the Greek-inspired head of Hercules from Khalchayan near Termiz, to the art of Soviet Uzbekistan. There are even a few 19th-century paintings of second-tier Russian and European artists hanging about. There’s an impressive section on Uzbek applied art – notably some lovely ghanch (plaster carvings) from Bukhara, carved wooden doors from Khiva and the silk-on-cotton embroidered hangings called suzani.






Museum of Applied Arts

The Museum of Applied Arts occupies an exquisite house full of bright ghanch (carved and painted plaster) and carved wood. It was built in the 1930s, at the height of the Soviet period, but nonetheless serves as a sneak preview of the older architectural highlights lurking in Bukhara and Samarkand. The ceramic and textile exhibits here, with English descriptions, are a fine way to bone up on the regional decorative styles of Uzbekistan. There’s a small cafe and pricey gift shop here too.

Minor Mosque

The striking new Minor Mosque, also known as the white mosque for the colour of its marble, is proof that Uzbekistan still knows how to create sublime Islamic architecture. The lovely circular prayer hall has a beautifully ornate mihrab (a niche indicating the direction of Mecca) and ceiling. Walk south back to Minor metro through the nearby Minor Cemetery or the pleasant canal-side path.

Assumption Cathedral

It's impossible to miss the handsome gold onion domes, pastel blue walls and 50m bell tower of the impressive Assumption Cathedral. Built in 1958 and renovated in the 1990s, this is the biggest of the four Orthodox churches in Tashkent. It's particularly worth visiting on Sunday when Tashkent's Russian babushkas (old women) flock here to make devotions in a sea of incense.




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