West Asia

Middle East is sometimes referred to as the Crossroads of the Earth; it is a region of the world that sometimes serves as a modern metropolis and sometimes as a time machine into the past. The Middle East is home to some of the world's most significant cities - Jerusalem, Dubai, Damascus, Baghdad and Istanbul as well as the ruins of the once similarly epic cities of history - Petra, Persepolis, Ephesus, Palmyra, Baalbek and Leptis Magna, cities that mark the passage of centuries in a region where the ancient world lives and breathes.

 

It was here that some of the most significant civilizations of antiquity rose and fell and where the three great monotheistic religions - Judaism, Christianity and Islam - were born. Left behind is an astonishing open-air museum of ancient cities and historic buildings, the stones of which still resonate with the sounds of the faithful.

 

The landscape of the region is equally spellbinding, from the unrivalled seas of sand dunes and stunning mountains of the north to the water world of the Red and Dead Sea.

 

Visit the fortress in the ancient city of Baku in Azerbaijan that draws tourists along its cobbled alleyways to find treasures dating back to the 11th century. Sip Persian tea and smoke a hookah in the chilled out Kuwait City. Set foot in the old city of Damascus in Syria and wake up in another time, walk through the labyrinth of narrow alleys and doors leading to lush courtyards. Embrace the capital of ancient Persia, Esfahan, now a city of tree-lined boulevards in Iran, famous for the stunning blue mosaic in Imam Square and the many illuminated bridges that span the Zayandeh River. Trek on a camel back across the sand dunes of the desserts in Oman or indulge in some dune riding action with a powerful 4x4 car. Head to the nearest bazaar on the streets of Qatar and get a lesson in bargaining.  Walk through the narrow passages of Petra, one of Jordan's biggest attractions and one of the wonders of the world; explore the ruins at Jerash, a Roman city dating back to the Neolithic Age, once called "the Pompeii of the East". Camp in nomad tents and sleep under the stars in the dessert outskirts of Saudi Arabia or walk untamed stretches of Red Sea coast in the west of the country. Holiday at the man-made islands and opulent hotels of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the show-stopping, headline-grabbing destinations of the Middle East. Go wild shopping in the many tax-free shopping malls in Dubai.  Visit crumbling temples, ruined cities, abandoned forts and hundreds of places associated with the Bible in the holy city of Jerusalem. Try sinking in the waters of the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth or get a therapeutic mud bath on the sea shore.   

 

The Middle East is a gastronome’s delight. Dig into the mouth watering kebabs from the Persian and Arabian cuisines or indulge in falafel, hummus and pita breads. 

 

If you are looking for the story behind the headline and an experience that bridges the ancient and modern civilizations Middle East is the place for you.

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Tashkent Classic

 

Tashkent Classic 

 

 

 

Day 1

Upon arrival at the Tashkent airport, you will be met by our representative for your transfer to the hotel for check in. Day free for leisure

Overnight at the hotel in Tashkent

 

Day 2

After a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel, proceed for a full day excursion to Chimgan and Charvak Mountains and Lake Region. After lunch, continue your excursion. Later transfer to the hotel for your overnight stay

 

Day 3

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Middle East is sometimes referred to as the Crossroads of the Earth; it is a region of the world that sometimes serves as a modern metropolis and sometimes as a time machine into the past. The Middle East is home to some of the world's most significant cities - Jerusalem, Dubai, Damascus, Baghdad and Istanbul as well as the ruins of the once similarly epic cities of history - Petra, Persepolis, Ephesus, Palmyra, Baalbek and Leptis Magna, cities that mark the passage of centuries in a region where the ancient world lives and breathes.

 

It was here that some of the most significant civilizations of antiquity rose and fell and where the three great monotheistic religions - Judaism, Christianity and Islam - were born. Left behind is an astonishing open-air museum of ancient cities and historic buildings, the stones of which still resonate with the sounds of the faithful.

 

The landscape of the region is equally spellbinding, from the unrivalled seas of sand dunes and stunning mountains of the north to the water world of the Red and Dead Sea.

 

Visit the fortress in the ancient city of Baku in Azerbaijan that draws tourists along its cobbled alleyways to find treasures dating back to the 11th century. Sip Persian tea and smoke a hookah in the chilled out Kuwait City. Set foot in the old city of Damascus in Syria and wake up in another time, walk through the labyrinth of narrow alleys and doors leading to lush courtyards. Embrace the capital of ancient Persia, Esfahan, now a city of tree-lined boulevards in Iran, famous for the stunning blue mosaic in Imam Square and the many illuminated bridges that span the Zayandeh River. Trek on a camel back across the sand dunes of the desserts in Oman or indulge in some dune riding action with a powerful 4x4 car. Head to the nearest bazaar on the streets of Qatar and get a lesson in bargaining.  Walk through the narrow passages of Petra, one of Jordan's biggest attractions and one of the wonders of the world; explore the ruins at Jerash, a Roman city dating back to the Neolithic Age, once called "the Pompeii of the East". Camp in nomad tents and sleep under the stars in the dessert outskirts of Saudi Arabia or walk untamed stretches of Red Sea coast in the west of the country. Holiday at the man-made islands and opulent hotels of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the show-stopping, headline-grabbing destinations of the Middle East. Go wild shopping in the many tax-free shopping malls in Dubai.  Visit crumbling temples, ruined cities, abandoned forts and hundreds of places associated with the Bible in the holy city of Jerusalem. Try sinking in the waters of the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth or get a therapeutic mud bath on the sea shore.   

 

The Middle East is a gastronome’s delight. Dig into the mouth watering kebabs from the Persian and Arabian cuisines or indulge in falafel, hummus and pita breads. 

 

If you are looking for the story behind the headline and an experience that bridges the ancient and modern civilizations Middle East is the place for you.

List Itinerary Row

  Tashkent Classic        Day 1 Upon arrival at the Tashkent airport, you will be met by our representative for your transfer to the hotel for check in. Day free for leisure Overnight at the...
  Wonders of Jordan       Day 1: Arrival Amman Your Jordan holiday begins with your arrival to the Queen Alia International Airport. Assistance with formalities by our representative and later...
  Dubai Dreams     Day 1: Arrive Dubai  Upon your arrival at Dubai Airport, our representative will meet you and escort you to your hotel at city.  Overnight: Dubai   Day 2: Half Day Dubai...