Unusual holidays in Turkmenistan
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Turkmenistan cultural tour, mysteries of the desert

Turkmenistan cultural tour, mysteries of the desert

Deserts, dinosaur footprints and mysteries of the Silk Road.
From 2,499 15 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 30 Sep
2018: 16 Sep
Uzbekistan & Turkmenistan holiday, Silk Road explorer

Uzbekistan & Turkmenistan holiday, Silk Road explorer

Discover the fascinating ancient history of the Silk Road
From 2,499 16 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 29 Apr, 2 Sep
2018: 28 Apr, 15 Sep
Tashkent to Tehran, railway tour

Tashkent to Tehran, railway tour

A luxury rail journey along the Silk Road Tashkent to Tehran
From 4,630 16 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 16 Sep
Turkmenistan holidays

Turkmenistan holidays

Desert camping, bronze age sites and traditional culture
From 2,299 13 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 5 Sep
2018: 4 Sep
Tehran to Tashkent Silk Road tour, tailor made

Tehran to Tashkent Silk Road tour, tailor made

Combine ancient, medieval and modern Silk Road cities
From 4,890 17 days ex flights
Tailor made: This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
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    I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
    Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
    Very enjoyable
    It was OK
    A bit disappointing really
    Turkmenistan cultural tour, mysteries of the desert
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    Memorable parts? There were quite a few highlights in Turkmenistan: the dinosaur trail near Afghanistan, the fire crater, the old ruins of Merv, Konya Urgench, and more. One day we were passing through a town and saw that there was a wedding. Everyone was so happy and wanted us to be happy with them and join in - so we did. Ashgabat itself is weird. The scale of the city is huge, not people-scaled at all. I don't think that there was any urban planning involved, just large avenues with... (more)Jacqui Licht
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