We offer exceptional educational journeys throughout Centra Asia and the surrounding regions.
Following the Central Asia Silk Road
August 17-September 3, 2018
September 15-October 1, 2018
November 1-17, 2018
2019 TOURS : April 15-May 1, 2019 May 8-24, 2019 May 20-June 5, 2019 June 4-20, 2019 June 25-11, 2019 July 6-22, 2019 August 21-September 4, 2019
More Dates added in the detail section of the tour
Central Asia offers thousands of years of cultural, historical and archaeological treasures and the warmest hospitality in the world! Silk Road Treasure Tours offers you the opportunity to experience, explore, and discover all it has to offer. From soaring minarets, desert sands and wind-swept steppe, opulent silk and silver, intricate designs on ancient mosaics and carpets, and colors and exotic offerings in lively bazaars. Witness the fascinating historical and cultural transformations that have taken place from pre-Islamic to Islamic times...
Silk Road Study tour to Uzbekistan
August 14-24, 2018
September 8-18, 2018
October 20-30, 2018
May 16-26, June 6-16, August 20-30, 2019
For over 3000 years Uzbekistan has been a cultural and intellectual crossroads, luring travelers, traders, scholars and conquerors. Bound by the Kyzyl kum Desert and the Tien Shan Mountains, minarets soar into the sky, mosques and Medresehs sparkle in the sunlight, and the hospitality is tradition! Let the breathtaking natural beauty of Uzbekistan astound you...
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Today's informed and educated travelers are looking for diversified locations and personalized experiences, expert information and knowledgeable, experienced planning. This is our specialty.
Travel with us to the regions of the great Silk Road - follow in the footsteps of Alexander the Great, Ghengis Khan, Tamerlane, and Marco Polo. This is a land of stunning landscapes, millennia of history, fabulous medieval Islamic and Soviet era architecture, and incomparable cultural variety. The regions of Central Asia (Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan), long closed to the West have new, burgeoning travel industries and are ideally suited for educational tours. Meet local historians, archaeologists, musicians, religious leaders, artists, artisans, wildlife or environmental experts...or just meet the locals; shop the bazaars and share a meal. Continue your expeditions to the ends of the Silk Road routes, through the surrounding Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia) and Middle East regions, to India, China and Russia.
We're here to help you achieve your educational travel goals. We cater to all individual, large and small group, personal, professional, sabbatical, research and educational institution sponsored needs. Be our guest and experience a land where hospitality is ranked higher than courage.