Imagine going on an in-depth journey throughout Central Asia exploring the Great Silk Road, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. This is an all-inclusive tour – the most carefree way to travel - so guests can leave all the planning to the experts while they simply experience and enjoy everything this journey will offer.
Included with this package is very comprehensive traveler’s insurance as part of the tour package; along with all tips (for porters, bus drivers, guides, and at all meals); 3 meals a day; 4-star hotels or unique bed and breakfast accommodations (always with private bathrooms); wine and/or beer at lunch and dinner; and ample bottled water on the bus, in hotel rooms, and at meals.
All entertainment is also included - dance and music shows, plus unique fashion shows of contemporary designs made with ancient local textile arts. And a guide book, map, related articles, and a reading list are also provided to travelers – great for the trip and wonderful souvenirs.
This special tour runs from September 29 to October 23, 2017 at a price of only $9,560 plus air to Central Asia. That is a true bargain in today’s world of travel – less than $400 a day for accommodations, transportation, meals, beverages, tips, entertainment, insurance, and guides.
This unique trip includes:
- Experts to host the journey
- Visits to fascinating countries that are little known to Western people, and not at all over-crowded with tourists
- An in-depth 25-day journey
- Visits to workshops of crafts people (ceramics, silk and cotton weavers, yurt makers, felt makers, rug weavers)
- Meals in private homes of locals
- Snacks while on the bus
- Only 2 visas necessary (not included)
This single journey is like a trip to 4 places: the Ancient Silk Road, the former Soviet Union, contemporary Central Asia, and the future! The gas and oil-wealthy nations of Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan are building extravagant cities of futuristic architecture, which will be visited.
Imagine taking in a charming musical performance at the Balajan’s Children’s Music and Craft Center; visiting a Russian Orthodox church and Fine Arts Museum; enjoying dinner, a fashion show, and a musical performance organized by the creative, young students of a local fashion institute; then spending a restful night at the Damas Hotel. And this is just one day of this spectacular 25-day journey that offers delights and surprises every step of the way!