SILK ROAD TOURS BY PRIVATE TRAIN

We are proud to offer a great collection of Silk Road Tours 2019!
The Old Silk Road is a term used to describe an ancient network of trading routes between east and west established as early as 130BC. The merchant caravans traveled these old roads to bring silk and tea, dyes and precious stones, perfume and spices, medicine and ivory, rice and paper to the west. They returned home bringing horses and saddles, skins and furs, honey and fruit, weapons and precious metals.
Central Asia, or the so-called 5-stans region, consisting of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tadzhikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, is the exotic heart of the Old Silk Road. As you travel by train, you will have the opportunity to explore this ancient kingdom of stunning architecture, breathtaking landscapes, exciting history, art and religious ideas.

 

The Legendary Silk Road from Almaty to Ashgabat
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ALMATY - TURKESTAN - TASHKENT - SHAKHRISABZ - SAMARKAND - KHIVA - BUKHARA - MERV - ASHKHABAD
A unique 14-day tour from Kazakhstan, through Uzbekistan, ending in Turkmenistan.
14 days
13 nights
Mar 28, 2019 - Apr 10, 2019 
Oct 03, 2019 - Oct 16, 2019 
The Legendary Silk Road from Ashgabat to Almaty
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Bestselling Old Silk Road train tour from Turkmenistan through Uzbekistan to Kazakhstan showcasing stunning ancient architecture, amazing landscapes, spiritual history and art of brilliant world laced with silk and spices and everything that makes
14 days
13 nights
Apr 09, 2019 - Apr 22, 2019 
Oct 15, 2019 - Oct 28, 2019 
The Legendary Silk Road From Almaty to Tashkent
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16 days
15 nights
Aug 27, 2018 - Sep 11, 2018 
Sep 14, 2019 - Sep 29, 2019 
Orient Silk Road Express
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TASHKENT - SHAKHRISABZ - SAMARKAND - BUKHARA - KHIVA - TASHKENT
12 days
11 nights
Sep 18, 2019 - Sep 29, 2019 
testimonials
I wish to thank you for all your help in planning our trip from St. Petersburg to Moscow. All went very well. The train ride was uneventful. We did need some assistance from the concierge at our hotel in St. Petersburg in deciphering the signs in the railroad station. We had her write our the words "departure" and "arrival" in Russian, so we would know what track our train would be leaving.