Silk Road Treasure Tours, specialists in travel to destinations along the Silk Routes, is offering a new 14-day tour through Central Asia, the heartland of the ancient trading civilizations. Clients will see the minarets and bazaars of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan’s vast steppes and ice-capped mountains at the crossroads of Persian, Turkish, Russian, Mongolian and Chinese cultures. Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan now have the added vibrance of being newly independent nations since the fall of the Soviet Union.
Silk Road Treasure Tours’ new small group tour has five guaranteed departure dates from Aug. 26 to Sept. 12, 2013. The price starts at $5,599 per person double and includes three- to five-star boutique hotel accommodations, domestic flights, ground transportation, Visa support, most meals and entrance fees.
Highlights include attending a dinner and folk-show in Bukhara and bargaining for handcrafted souvenirs at Chor-Su Bazaar in Tashkent, Uzbekistan; climbing the Burana tower in Kyrgyzstan, marker of the ancient city of Balasagun; exploring the ancient ruins of the Parthian capital at Nissa, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Turkmenistan; spending the day in Khojand, one of the most ancient cities in Tajikistan, to visit the Temurmalik fortress; a sightseeing tour of Almaty, the former capital of Kazakhstan set at the foot of the Zailiski Ala-Tau mountain range.
Silk Road Treasure Tours specializes in custom private and group tours to the Caucasus, Central Asia Stan countries, and the destinations along the Silk Road. Zulya Rajabova, owner of Silk Road Treasure Tours and native of Uzbekistan, provides expert advice to craft authentic and unforgettable journeys for tourists, academics, historians, business and special interest groups that suit both travel goals and budget.
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