Elite Tours is opening the new 2013 season by organizing its “Mega Info Tour” in cooperation with government of Uzbekistan. The trip will give guests a chance to get acquainted with Uzbekistan, including its history, traditions and people. The price of the Mega Info Tour is free of charge.
Mega Info Tours will be organized four times a year: March 15-30, June 15-30, August 1-15 and November 1-15. Applications should be submitted no less than two months before the beginning of the Mega Info Tour.
Participants of Mega Info Tours should be no more than one person from one company: Owners and directors of foreigner tourist companies; managers and tour operators and marketing directors.
The following services are included:
- International and domestic flights only for Uzbekistan Airways (airport charges are not included);
Accommodation at 4*-3* Hotels (twin room only);
Amazing Program for 7 days along the Great Silk Road.
Escort English speaking guide throughout the program
Train tickets according the program (economy class)
Entrance fees for all mentioned monuments according the program;
Travel agents who do not work with Uzbekistan yet but want to do so are invited. Agents have to sign an exclusive contract for cooperation with Elite Tours International for a one or two year period.
Cities which will be visited during the FAM trip:
Tashkent- ancient and eternally young two-million city in the center of Asia which is named “a star of the East, capital of friendship and hospitality” Besides it is political, business, scientific and cultural center of Uzbekistan. For the years of independence, the capital of the Uzbek state is completely changed: many beautiful fountains are constructed to decorate squares and parks of the city, new constructed buildings decorated in national style look very impressive, international airports and railway stations have been reconstructed to provide passengers with top service on the ground and in the sky as well.
Samarkand – is the second largest city of Uzbekistan and is of the same age as the city of Babylon or Rome. The history of Samarkand is about 2,500 years old and has witnessed a lot of upheavals during the times of Alexander the Great, the Arabic Conquest, Genghis-Khan Conquest and lastly Tamerlane’s. Hence, the culture of Samarkand was developed and mixed together with the Iranian, Indian, Mongolian and a bit of the Western and Eastern cultures. The historic city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2001.
Bukhara – Bukhara is one of the most ancient cities of Uzbekistan. Bukhara the Holy, Bukhara the Noble, the Dome of Islam, the Pillar of Religion, the most intact city in the hoary East, the most interesting city in the world. Bukhara was the major trading town on the Great Silk Road, the city of … it is now the dumb witness of the history, and this attracts many tourists
Khiva – a museum in the open air – is the only city in all of Central Asia that has survived in its entirety from old times. In 1967 it was proclaimed a town-reserve and since 1990 one part of Khiva — the Ichan Kala — was recognized by UNESCO as an historical monument of world significance.
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