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Uzbekistan classic tour

Uzbekistan has featured on many ‘Where to Visit in 2019’ lists – and for good reason. This beguiling land at the heart of the ancient Silk Road is a nation of sumptuous architecture, fascinating history, dazzling arts and welcoming people. This thoughtfully designed eleven-day itinerary give you the chance to not only be dazzled by some of the most famous sights of the Silk Road, but also get under the skin of this intriguing post-Soviet nation – to eat with local families, meet artists, learn how to cook the national dish and hear expert tales of Timur, Genghis Khan, the Great Game and more. You’ll wander the dusty alleyways of Khiva, the UNESCO-listed desert citadel; be awed by the ...Read more >
From £2,830 excluding flights

Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan group tour

Follow in the footsteps of Joanna Lumley with us on a bespoke Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan tour. Across sixteen epic days, we’ll take you from the breath-taking Uzbek cities of Khiva, Samarkand and Bukhara to the snow-streaked peaks of Kyrgyzstan’s ‘Heavenly Mountains’. With us, you’ll get under the skin of these post-Soviet nations and learn what makes them tick. You’ll wander among the turquoise domes of legendary Silk Road cities, explore medieval caravanserais, sleep in yurts under star-spangled skies and dip your toes (or more!) into azure mountain lakes. But this isn’t all about the tick-box sights, this is about the people too: you’ll break bread with nomads, stand on mountaintops ...Read more >
From £3,850 excluding flights

Tajikistan tailor made holiday

Ready for a hefty dose of adventure? Come and explore Dushanbe, the Pamirs and the Fann Mountains. Feel the history of ancient Sogdia and Bactria. Trace the tracks made by Alexander, Marco Polo, Ibn Battuta and many more. This tailor-made Tajikistan trip will take you to soaring mountain ranges, historic Silk Road fortresses and turquoise lakes. But the highlight of this itinerary isn’t the stunning scenery. It’s the people who you’ll get to know that call this land home – from the mountain-dwelling Pamiris to those at the forefront of Dushanbe’s opera scene. After spending some time in the country’s fast-developing capital, Dushanbe, you’ll discover Tajikistan’s little-explored ...Read more >
From £4,880 excluding flights

Georgia winter sports and wine tasting tour

Ah, Georgia! The land of wine, winter-sports and song! A haven for trekkers and beach lovers in summer, as winter falls this wonderful Caucasian country becomes a snow-lovers paradise. This unique, fully-guided trip to Georgia combines an exhilirating dose of skiing (or snowboarding) in the High Caucasus, with wine tasting in Kakheti. And if you really want to up the adrenaline levels, you can spend a day heli-skiing too. The Caucasus Range is a fabulous winter sports destination that’s refreshingly free of the crowds that plague many Alpine resorts. Lift waiting times are often just a few minutes and the slopes themselves are mostly empty – leaving you plenty of space to perfect your ...Read more >
From £2,280 excluding flights

Uzbekistan Spring Festival tour

Uzbekistan features on many ‘Where to Visit’ lists – and for good reason. This seductive land at the heart of the iconic Silk Road is a nation of luxuriant architecture, fascinating history, stunning art and some of the warmest people you'll meet. This imaginatively designed 11-day itinerary give you the chance to not only be awed by some of the of the Silk Road's most famous sites, but also get under the skin of this intriguing post-Soviet nation. You'll get the chance to meet artisans, celebrate the Spring Novruz festival, learn about the current political and economic reforms and how the country is developing; eat with families and walk in the seldom visited mountains south of ...Read more >
From £3,980 excluding flights

Snow Leopard tracking holiday, Central Asia

A unique, pioneering winter expedition into Central Asia’s majestic Ala Too and Pamir mountain ranges in search and support of the elusive snow leopard Panthera uncia, the snow leopard: there can be few mammals on earth whose habits we know less about, yet which garner such intrigue and wonder. Listed as ‘Vulnerable’ on the IUCN Red List, only perhaps 9,000 remain in the wild, seven hundred of which inhabit the snow-bound peaks of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan’s Pamir and Tien Shan ranges. Run in close partnership with local conservation organisations, this thrilling two-week expedition will take you deep into the mountains of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan in search of the snow leopard and other ...Read more >
From £5,850 excluding flights