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New departures available - Silk Road to Samarkand, Uzbekistan

By Mountain Kingdoms on 12 Aug 2019
Categories: Office news

New departures available - Silk Road to Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Due to demand, we have added a number of new departures of our most popular group holiday in Uzbekistan - Silk Road to Samarkand.

Silk Road to Samarkand, Uzbekistan

New departures:

01 November - 15 November 2019

15 November - 29 November 2019

22 May - 05 June 2020

14 August - 28 August 2020

02 October - 16 October 2020

16 October - 30 October 2020

This thrilling two week two tour travels along the desert highways of the ancient Silk Road from Khiva to Bukhara to Samarkand with ample time to discover the magnificent architecture and historic artefacts of these fabled cities as well as to experience the local culture and food.

 

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