Explore countless Silk Road cities and sites on this 18-day tour that will lead you through 3 Silk Road countries: Kyrgyzstan, China, and Uzbekistan. Start off in the remote country of Kyrgyzstan, a Central Asian treasure rarely visited by international travelers simply due to the fact that it is so rugged and remote. Here you will witness pristine mountain landscapes inhabited by peaceful nomads. Visit an ancient Silk Road minaret, a large petroglyph site, a Dungan mosque, a breathtaking gorge with unique rock formations, a Silk Road caravanserai, and a traditional Kyrgyz falconer to name a few. The tour continues on to China where you will see the country’s largest mosque and the bustling bazaar once described by Marco Polo in his writings. Next comes Uzbekistan with countless architectural wonders. Here you will visit cities of Uzbekistan, palaces, mosques, mausoleums, bazaars, an observatory, and much more. Uzbekistan is a gold mine for travelers that want to see cities that once buzzed with life during the heyday of the Silk Road and after your tour you will know a lot of interesting facts about Uzbekistan. Between these 3 countries, you will get the chance to enjoy beautiful scenery, interact with remote cultures, and visit exotic Silk Road sites that will make this period in history come alive to you!
Cost of single accommodation – 430USD/person (Single accommodation is possible in all places except for Sary-Tash)
Cost of full board for groups of 1-4 people (Kyrgyzstan part) – 95 USD/person
Cost of full board for groups of 1-10 pax (Uzbekistan part) – 95 USD/person
Breakdown of Accommodation:
Accommodation (deluxe option), prices available upon request:
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