The geographical position of Uzbekistan and soil – climatic conditions give opportunity of cultivating a large amount of fruit and vegetables, potatoes and grapes.
The vegetables and fruits which are produced in Uzbekistan are very tasty and rich of useful natural elements which are required to human body. In a year 1 million and 700 tons of fruits , 5 million tons of vegetables grown in country. Half of the grown products is enough for satisfying the people of the country the remaining half of the products will be exported to abroad.
Uzbekistan ranked the 5th place in the world in growing cherries, the 4th place in growing grapes but ranked the 1st place in the world for its naturally delicious taste .
Eco-friendly fruit and vegetable products grown in our country are rich in microelements useful for human health, various biological substances that are indispensable in the diet. The unique soil and climatic conditions of Uzbekistan, 320 sunny days a year, a consistent change of seasons create favorable conditions for cultivating the main types of fruits and vegetables. Therefore, fruits and vegetables grown on generous Uzbek soil, which enjoy high demand abroad, are highly competitive.
After the Independence .
“The demand for fruit grown in Uzbekistan is extremely high on the world market,” said Pino Kalkagni, vice chairman of the International Council for Nuts and Dried Fruit. – A vivid confirmation of this – for the last ten years the export of dried fruits and nuts from Uzbekistan has increased by 5 times. This direction of the country’s food industry has great potential. I like fruits grown in Uzbekistan, especially raisins. The current fair promotes familiarization with the stages of production of fruit and vegetable products in the country, reserves and potential, the introduction of modern technologies, the establishment of cooperation, the exchange of experience.
Uzbekistan is one of the ten countries in the world leading in the export of apricots, plums, grapes, nuts, cabbage and other fruits and vegetables. Today more than 180 kinds of fruit and vegetable products and products made on its basis are exported to more than eighty countries, such as the USA, Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cyprus, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Norway, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Thailand, China, Japan, and others.
Summer/ Autumn Super Discounted Rates and Amazing experience is guaranteed.
(Valid time 01.07.17-31.07.17/ available fruits for harvest: apple, apricot, peach, plump, pear, melon, watermelon.)
(Valid time 01.08.17-31.08.17 / available fruits/veg for harvest : apple , apricot, peach, plump, pear, melon, watermelon, grape)
(Valid time 01.09.17-31.09.17 / available fruits/veg for harvest : apple , pear, melon, watermelon, grapes, wild apple, nuts)
(Valid time 01.10.17-31.10.17 / available fruits/veg for harvest :wild apple,melon, watermelon, grapes, nuts)
Day 1, Friday: Arrival
Arrival to Tashkent International Airport.
Meet at the airport by your escort guide and transfer to hotel check in. Complimentary fruit basket will be given one to each room at the hotel lobby. Time for rest after long flight.
Dinner at Uzbek traditional restaurant with national folk show . Overnight at hotel.
Day 2, Saturday: Tashkent – Chimgan – Charwak
Breakfast at the hotel .Transfer the group to Chimgan Hill.
Chimgan is the most popular ski resort of Uzbekistan, located 80 km from Tashkent on slopes of Chimgan Mountains which are the part of Chatkal range of western Tian-Shan.
(The Valley of Chimgan is located on the height of 1200-1600 meters above sea level and is surrounded with mountains. Greater Chimgan Mountain (3309 m) is the main peak of the valley and towers above the entire valley. Chimgan mountains include such beauty spots as Gulkam, Beldersay and others. In addition this district is the most ecological part of Uzbekistan, because these places are the part of Ugam-Chatkal National Park, under protection of which are various mountain landscapes of western Tian-Shan.
For its beauty and health-improving properties Chimgan is called as “Uzbek Switzerland”. Slopes of mountains are covered with relict fir-tree woods. Mountains and hills are indented by mountain rivers, which people call “sai”. There is the fresh and pure air with fragrance of numerous flowers and herbals.)
Uponarrival Beldersay peak chair lift to reach on top for (30 min one-way).Half an hour for walking and photo shouting and return downstairs. Lunch at local restaurant in mountains. Later transfer to Charwak Lake . Charvak lakeside beach for free time and own water activities.
Charvak Reservoir is located 60 km from Tashkent and is the most popular recreational area for local people. The coastline of the reservoir is almost 100 km, and half of this area is occupied by various recreation zones, boarding houses and summer camps. The most comfortable place here is the complex “Charvak Oromgokhi”, where you can have good time, tanning on sandy beach, boating or riding on water scooter. In addition you can enjoy your time in Yusupkhona and Brichmula villages overlooking the great panorama of Big and Small Chimgan peaks and other rock mountains, which are also popular tourist sites for residents and guests of the capital.
Transfer to Resort . Overnight at resort.
Day 3, Sunday: Charwak – Tashkent
Breakfast at resort.11.00 Check out.
Transfer the group to garden for harvest and pick up fruits. Preparation for cooking barbeque in the garden with group and picnic. Back to Tashkent and transfer to hotel. Take a rest after long trip. Dinner in Uzbek restaurant. Overnight at hotel.
Day 4, Monday: Tashkent – Samarkand
6.00-7.00Breakfastis at the hotel.
8.00 Take a bullet train “Afrosiyob” to Samarkand.
Visit Imam Ismail Al-Bukhari Memorial Complex. Highly respected scientist of the Islamic world, mukhaddis(collector of sayings of prophet Mokhammed and stories about him) Imam Ismail Al-Bukhari was born in Bukhara in 810 and died in 870 in the village of Khartang and was buried at the same place (Chelak district of the present Samarkand province located 30 km from Samarkand). Since then the burial place has been one of the most sacred sites of worship for Muslims.
13:00 lunch at Uzbek restaurant
After lunch visit:
The mausoleum of Gur Emir, a burial place of Amir Temur and other members of his family.
Registan Square, the heart of Samarkand consisting of Madrassa of Ulugbek, Madrassa SherDor and Tillya-Kori Mosque.
Bibi Khanum Mosque, once the biggest mosque in Central Asia, it was erected by order of Tamerlane after his victorious Indian campaign in 1399.
Dinner at local Uzbek restaurant.
Overnight at hotel.
Day 5, Tuesday: Samarkand – Tashkent
07.00-09.00 Enjoy buffet breakfast at your hotel’s coffee shop.
12.00 Check out from the hotel.
Visit city tour:
Saint Daniel Mazar,Shakhi Zinda Necropolis, a site of pilgrimage visited since the 11th century and marked by holiness. It consists of about 20 mausoleums of different centuries built between 11th – 19thcenturies.
Siyob Bazzar – The biggest dry-fruit market in Central Asia you can find more than 100 types of dry-fruits here in reasonable price (bargaining is avilable)
Lunch at local restaurant.
Take a bus to Tashkent. On the way stop in farm and have fresh melon, watermelon with bread lovely experience or in restaurant for tea and snacks . (Optional by train for extra charge)
Arrive to Tashkent. Transfer to hotel. Have a rest. Dinner at local restaurant.
Overnight at hotel.
Day 6, Wed: Tashkent
Breakfast at hotel. Start city tour:
Ensemble of Hazret Imam. Here you can see the oldest manuscript of Uzbekistan and famous Muslim heritage – Holy Koran Mushaf of Othman which also has the certificate of authenticity from UNESCO.
Sheihantur – highly esteemed mazar (mausoleum) located between the new and the old city of Tashkent.
Lunch at local restaurant.
Kukeldash Madrasah, located on the square Chorsu, was built in the 16th century during the reign of the Sheibankhan dynasty. Now it is a college, where the basics of Islam are taught.
Independence Square – It is a favorite resting place for the Tashkent residents. The fact that the most beautiful fountains of the city are located in the square contributed considerably to it.
Amir Temur Square– Amir Temur Square is the true center of the city, where stands a famous monument to Amir Temur. From here radiates main roads of the city to all corners of the country and neighboring states.
TV Tower from outside. – The Tashkent Television Tower is a 365 metres (1,198 ft) high tower, located in Tashkent,Uzbekistan. It was the 3rd tallest tower in the world from 1985 to 2000.
Free time for shopping at Mega Planet Mall, PoytahtMol, Samarkand Darvoza, Next Mol
Dinner at local Uzbek restaurant.
Overnight at hotel.
Day 7, Thu: Tashkent – Sukoksai – Departure
Breakfast at hotel.Start city tour:
Take a bus to Sukoksai.
Sukoksai is formed on the southwestern slopes of the Chatkal range from the confluence of small rivers Sarituproksai and Miskensai. Northeast of the source is the mountain peak Aktash .
Sukoksai flows, for the most part, in the east-west direction, in some areas having a certain slope to the north or to the south . From the north along the channel stretches the mountain ridge Shakurgan. From the source, the river passes in a narrow gorge with high banks. A large number of pebbles and large boulders occur in the bed . Somewhat lower, where the Sukok village is on the river, the Sukoksa valley widens considerably, and the banks are lowered and smoothed , although there is a cliff in the upper part of the village .
13:00 Lunch with Sukak shashlik in local chaykhana. There will be master-class of how to prepare sukok-kebab.
Sukok-kebab is very famous among uzbek people. We will give you chance to taste local delicious kebab and observe and learn how to make local kebab. This kebab will be prepared from fresh lamb. That’s why it’s very tasty and delicious.
18.00- HI TEA before leaving Uzbekistan
Flight toYour City.
End of The Tour.