Bukhara Nuratau homestay 2 days tour

2 days 1 night

Tour Description

This two days trip to Nuratau Mountains offers you a chance to experience rural homestay with the mountain farmer family in the remote village of Nuratau Mountains and get to know about their daily life, traditions and customs. You will also explore the mountains, it’s flora and fauna and some local sites during short walks around the village. On the way to Bukhara we stop in an ancient city of Nurata famous for Alexander the Greats fortress ruins, local Suzani workshop and Chashma Mosque.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Bukhara - Nurata- Nuratau Mountains - Samarkand
Best travel time: From April to November
Group size: Max - not limited. Min - 1 person
Accommodation: 1 night homestay
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Entrance tickets in Nurata city
Transport: Bukhara->Nurataг Mountians->Samarkand
Tips or other expenses
Photo, video fees in the monuments and museums
Tour details with the prices:
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Sightseeing Highlights
World famous ceramic workshop in Gijduvan
Ancient caravan Serail - Rabati Malik
Flora and Fauna in Kyzyl Kum Desert
Remains of Alexander the Great's fortress


Day 1 Bukhara - Nurata - Nuratau Mountains

Meet at your hotel in Bukhara. On the way visit the world famous Gijduvan ceramics Museum and Narzullaev’s ceramic workshop. We will stop to see the ruins of Rabati Malik (one of most ancient caravanserai in Central Asia) which was built from 1068 to 1080 A.D. to serve as caravanserai on the Great Silk Road. Arrive in Hayat and settle in the homestay. Dinner. Overnight stay in the homestay


Day 2 Nuratau Mountains - Samarkand

Breakfast. Walking around the village. See breeding enclosure of wild endangered sheep ruins of an old village. Watch or participate in traditional meal cooking or just relax. We drive to the old oasis of Nur, modern city Nurata. Nurata is located between Bukhara and Samarkand and it serves as the connecting hub between these destinations. The city was taken over by Alexander the Great in 4th century B.C. and became the fortified town to his North West part of his empire. We will visit the ruins of this fortified wall. Also as the name “Nur Ata” means “Father of the Ray” the town contains the holy spring – “Chashma” with the mosque and other structures. After the visit we have lunch at local chayhana (tea house) and continue to Samarkand.

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