Buddhist Tours in Uzbekistan
- Tour route: Tashkent – Termez – Bukhara – Samarkand – Tashkent
- Transport: land transport (bus), flight, train
- Days: 5 Nights: 4
Buddhism is one of the most primitive and the largest religions of the world. Before converting to Islam, Buddhism and Zoroastrianism were main religions in the territory of Uzbekistan and Central Asia. Ancient Chinese records say, around the 1st AD, Buddhist nomadic tribe, from Western China, invaded Central Asia and built the great Kushan empire. In the meantime, however, its beliefs had spread widely in the territory of Samarkand, Bukhara and Surkhandarya province. If, you are excited to visit the ruins of Buddhist and Zoroaster temples, then this 7 days and 6 nights package will take you to the journey of inner peace and wisdom.
- Termez Tashkent
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning flight to Termez. Arrival and check in to the hotel. City tour:
Day 3. Termez –
Breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, drive to
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning sightseeing tour around the old city of Bukhara including: Mausoleum of Samanids, Bolo Hauz Mosque, Bukhara Ark (Fortification), Poi Kalan complex including Kalan Minaret, Kalon Mosque and Miri arab Madrasah. Trading domes, Magoki Attori — one of the ancient mosques built on the pedestal of Buddhist temple. Lyabi Hauz complex, including Nodir Devon begi and Kukeldash Madrasahs. Lunch and dinners at local restaurants. Overnight in
Bukhara – Samarkand
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning departure to
Samarkand – Tashkent
Breakfast at the hotel. Visit Shakhi Zinda Necropolis,
Breakfast at the hotel.