Trending Travel to Central Asia with Silk Road Treasure Tours
Immersive Travel Experience
Many tour operators offer special trips, but Zulya Rajabova continues to build her legacy with Silk Road Treasure Tours. How? By not just being a native of the area, but by returning several times a year to discover ways to give her clients true 'trips of a lifetime.'
For Ms. Rajabova, the immersive experience is created with loving care and the most unique perspectives. With local, specially trained tour guides, the relationships that Zulya maintains give her travelers opportunities that no other service can provide.
She takes great pride in showing off her home city of Bukhara, Uzbekistan! One of the most ancient cities of Uzbekistan, Bukhara boasts over 3,000 years of history, playing a central role in the development of the Silk Road connecting Europe with Asia! The legendary cities of Bukhara, Samarkand, Khiva and Tashkent are waiting for you in Uzbekistan.
Highlighting the optimal season for travel to Central Asia, her tours run from April - November each year. During that time, her guests enjoy the best of local culture - Festivals, Bazaars, Colorful fabrics and craftspeople, and often a traditional village wedding! The convenience of luxury accommodation and dining combined with fabulous landscapes, fascinating experiences, and a hearty camel ride gives her clients an appreciation for local and regional culture without sacrificing comfort.
Central Asia Specialist for Pure Luxury Travel Group
As the only Central Asia Specialist, Zulya will be attending the upcoming Pure Life Experiences annual conference in Marrakech next month. "Our community of like-minded mavericks push boundaries to create life-enriching experiences" - Pure.
Tien-Shan Declared UNESCO World Heritage Site
"On 17 July 2016, during the World Heritage Committee’s 40th session in Istanbul, Turkey, Western Tien-Shan was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List to protect its biodiversity. This is Kazakhstan’s second natural site to be declared a World Heritage Site, while it is Kyrgyzstan’s and Uzbekistan’s first." - Birdlife International
Sary-Chelek Lake in the Sary-Chelek State Biosphere Nature Reserve. Photo: Ushakov V.
White House Visit Recap
In mid-July 2016, Silk Road Treasure Tours owner Zulya Rajabova was invited to the White House to discuss international trade as part of the Leadership council. The opportunity allowed her to meet with Ambassadors and advisors further strengthening her relationships in Central Asia. As part of her unique travel business and the industry as a whole, support for the TPP brings employment opportunities to not only her homeland, but also to the United States with support staff.