Uzbekistan by Bike

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15 Day(s)
377 Km
avg 54 Km
Guided

This amazing, all encompassing journey explores Uzbekistan by bike and discovers at handle bar level this friendly land. Without a doubt cycling is one of the finest ways to explore a country and to appreciate the contrasting desert and mountain landscapes that characterise this fascinating region. Pedalling at a steady pace we journey across the red sand desert of Kyzyl-Kum.

Spend nights in tents, relaxing under a spectacular dome of stars. Discover the traditional way of life of the local people in the Nurata Mountains and visit Stone and Bronze Age petroglyphs etched into the black rock faces of the Sarmysh Gorge. Our complete service includes comfortable geared bikes and backup vehicle. Discover Samarkand, the grand capital of the conqueror Tamerlane, and admire the grace of the blue-tiled Registan. Explore Bukhara, whose ancient city centre is a maze of mud-walled homes, mosques and stone bazaars.


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Tour Location

Country:
Uzbekistan
From:
Tashkent

Tour Information

Guiding:
Guided
Duration:
15 Days
More Options:
Camping|Loop/Roundtrip
Tour Language:
English
Cost From:
AUD 4340

Tour Distance & Dates

Distance:
377 Km
Riding Days:
7
Month(s):
May|June|September
Departure:
12 May, 9 Jun, 8 Sep 2019 10 May, 7 Jun, 6 Sep 2020

Additional Information

Accommodation:

Double Occupancy / Twin Share

Single Supplement: $260

Inclusions

    14 breakfasts, 13 lunches, 14 dinners
    Airport transfers (day 1 and 15 only)
    Modern mountain bikes
    Support vehicle on cycling days
    Comfortable hotels on twin share basis
    Local sightseeing guides
    Entrance fees to museums and monuments
    Group camping equipment
    Private transport throughout
    Medical kit
    Simple authentic homestay experience

Exclusions

    International airfares and departure taxes
    Travel Insurance (compulsory)
    Visas
    Meals and beverages not mentioned in the itinerary
    Bike Helmet (compulsory)
    Tips and gratuities
    Items of a personal nature such as laundry, phone calls, bottled mineral water, soft drinks, alcohol etc
    Optional activities and sightseeing during free time
    Still/video camera fees at monuments

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