Trans Mongolian Railway
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The Genghis Khan
Just a wee bit shorter than some of our other Trans-Siberian options, but by no means lacking on the lashings of fun or experience.Make tracks through three different countries: absorb the bright lights of Beijing, the eclectic quirkiness of Ulaanbaatar, the raw adventure of a Mongolian Ger camp and the sights and sounds of clinking glasses in Moscow. Soak in all of the amazingly different culture via your local head Honcho.
This fantastic itinerary takes you to a whole host of weird, wonderful and fantastically interesting destinations. See Suzdal, a city that has as many churches as people. Or what about Mongolian Ulaanbaatar where there's more horses than cars. This trip has more stops than any other itinerary and spends longer in Mongolia, enabling travel to more remote places. Chugging through awe-inspiring landscapes, finish up in electrifying Beijing.
The Budgeting Bolshevik
In these belt-tightening times we all have to be a little thrifty, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on the good times! This low cost alternative packs in all the highlights - Moscow, Lake Baikal, Ulaanbaatar, and a stay at a Mongolian Ger camp on the way to Beijing. Expect all the best bits of Trans-Mongolia but a little more rough and ready - travel will be in a six berth carriages and transfers will be by public transport.
The Ruski Huski
A Trans-Mongolian winter experience is like no other - the sheer, icy beauty of it all will leave you breathless. The opportunities outside your toasty train make for memories of a lifetime. Try your hand at speedy dog sledding, Mongolian ice games and cooking classes. You'll also be able to organize snow mobiling, skiing, snow boarding and 'skijoring'...snap on some skis, harness yourself to some dogs and yell "Davai" (go!).
Traverse old Turkestan and the mysterious ancient Silk Road where tea, silk and spices were traded in the old caravanserais. Back in the day they'd have crossed the desert and mountains by camel but today you'll be doing it by train. Stop at ancient Bukhara in Uzbekistan - a fascinating center of trade, scholarship, culture and religion. Amble through Almaty - a pretty garden city with an aerial tramway line and more than 125 fountains.