The Silk Road

The Silk Road

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The Silk Road

15 Days Starting in Tashkent and ending in Bishkek

Visiting: Bishkek, Ala Archa National Park, Chon-Kemin, Issyk Kul, Sanatorium Djety Oguz, Karakol, Charyn Canyon National Park, Almaty, Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara

Tour operator:

Exodus

Tour code:

AXF

Guide Type:

Fully Guided

Group size:

4 - 16

Physical rating:

Leisurely / Moderate

Age range:

16 to 99

Special diets catered:

Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements

Tour operated in:
English
Trip Styles:

Adventure Tours

Activities:

Sightseeing, Walking

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Tour Overview

For centuries great caravans of merchants made their way through deserts, across steppes and over mountains, creating trade routes between the great civilisations of the Mediterranean and China. Art and religion spread both East and West and grand cities with impressive architecture sprouted alongside nomadic tribes of eagle-hunters. Follow in the footsteps of Marco Polo and uncover the natural and cultural treasures of Central Asia on this two week trip through Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan taking in some of the Silk Road’s best sites, from Bukhara and Samarkand to the Tien Shan Mountains.

Highlights

  • Samarkand and Bukhara : two of the greatest cities on the Silk Road

  • Kyrgyzstan’s spectacular mountain scenery

  • Almaty with its leafy streets and cafe culture

  • Issyk Kul Lake

  • Samarkand and Bukhara : two of the greatest cities on the Silk RoadAlmaty with its leafy streets and cafe cultureKyrgyzstan’s spectacular mountain sceneryIssyk Kul Lake

  • — Samarkand and Bukhara : two of the greatest cities on the Silk Road — Almaty with its leafy streets and cafe culture — Kyrgyzstan’s spectacular mountain scenery — Issyk Kul Lake

Itinerary

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Day 1 : Start Bishkek
Location: Bishkek
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Hotel Garden or Hotel Bridges (or similar)
Meals Included: No Meals

The adventure begins in Bishkek. We have a city tour this afternoon, spending a couple of hours visiting the main city sites, including Ala Too Square, Parliament House, the White House, the Lenin Statue and the Manas Monument.

You can arrive at the hotel in the morning. But to make things as flexible as possible for you, we have booked the hotel from the previous night, allowing you to check in the afternoon/evening before.

Day 2 : Ala-Archa Gorge
Location: Ala Archa National Park
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Hotel Garden or Hotel Bridges (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast, breakfast

We visit Ala-Archa National Park at an altitude of 6,890ft (2,100m). The reserve is a small valley inside the gorge, its ridges permanently ice-covered with slopes blanketed by spruce forest. Meltwater flows from glaciers and becomes the Ala-Archa River. Take a hike to a waterfall or a relaxing walk along the river. We return to Bishkek for a free afternoon.

Day 3 : To Chon-Kemin Gorge
Location: Chon-Kemin
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Guesthouse Kemin (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

On the way to Chon-Kemin Gorge, we stop at the 11th-century Karakhanid minaret, a Unesco World Hertiage site and the first minaret of its kind in Central Asia. You can climb to the top of the tower. Take care, it’s quite dark inside and the stairs are steep and narrow.

Nowadays, it is a complex that includes the tower itself, reconstructions of mausoleums found on the site, remains of a citadel, collection of balbals (gravestones used by nomadic Turkic peoples), petroglyphs (stone carvings) and a small museum.

Following our visit, we continue to Chon-Kemin National Park, a quiet valley with several small villages and farmed lands surrounded by magnificent mountains and fir forest. It is a wonderful place to be, to sit on the doorstep with a pot of tea.

Day 4 : Issyk Kul Lake And Djety Oguz Gorge
Location: Issyk Kul, Sanatorium Djety Oguz
Accommodation: Camp
Accommodation Name: Yurt Camp, Djety Oguz
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

We continue our journey through the Tien Shan mountains along the southern side of Issyk Kul Lake. The second largest salt lake in the world, it measures 43mi by 112mi (70km by 180km) and reaches almost 2,300ft (700m) deep. The name translates to Hot Lake, as it never freezes over, even in the depths of winter. It’s surrounded by a mixture of forest and meadow with a backdrop of mountains and glaciers.

Optional excursion (approximately US$120-US$150 per group): Stop at Bokonbaev village to observe a traditional form of falconry found throughout Central Asia – hunting with eagles. Eagle hunting plays a key role in the nomadic lifestyle here and can also be seen during national competitions.

Next, we visit Barskaun Gorge and take a hike to a waterfall. We then visit Djety Oguz, which translates to the Valley of Seven Bulls, named after the distinct seven red-coloured rocks in the gorge. We can learn about the local legends behind the name as we walk out of the beautiful gorge (approximately two hours) through fir forest, yurt settlements and grazing lands. If you’re feeling energetic, there is also the option to hike to a waterfall. The trail can be slippery, so this is not advisable in wet weather.

Tonight we stay in a yurt camp, made of six sleeping yurts (each accommodating four to five people) and one communal/dining yurt. There is a shower and three Western-style flush toilets but hot water for washing must be requested specifically. There is also a generator for electricity for three hours in the evening. Spending a night in a yurt camp is a fantastic experience and a small insight into the centuries-old way of life for many nomadic people in Central Asia.

Day 5 : Karakol
Location: Karakol
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Matsunoki Hotel (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

We enjoy a morning walk in the Djety Oguz Gorge. We continue to the city of Karakol, where we enjoy a sightseeing tour taking in old Russian-style houses, a Russian Orthodox church, a wooden Dungan mosque, and Karakol bazaar. Tonight, we enjoy a home-cooked meal at a local Uygur or Dungan family home.

Day 6 : To Almaty, Kazakhstan Via Charyn Canyon
Location: Charyn Canyon National Park, Almaty
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Plaza Hotel (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today we cross the Kyrgyz-Kazakh border and, after border procedures, travel along the picturesque Karkara valley, where mountain flowers attract many beekeepers. We head towards Charyn Canyon, where the dramatic erosion caused by the Charyn river has created an impressive landscape. We then continue to Almaty.

Day Trip To Issyk And Turgen Gorge
Location: Almaty
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Plaza Hotel (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today is a long day with considerable driving as we head out of Almaty to stretch our legs and explore the countryside. We first drive to Turgen Gorge, known for its beautiful natural scenery and waterfalls (some as tall as 130ft/40m), stopping at a supermarket en route to buy food for a picnic lunch. Along the way, we'll make a short photo stop near several Scythian burial mounds, with the Ile-Alatau Mountain Range in the distance.

Arriving at the gorge by late morning, we walk for around 45 minutes (0.8mi/1.3km) on a rocky/sandy trail following the river to Bear Waterfall. After exploring the gorge, we drive to a shady spot for a picnic lunch, before continuing by road for approximately 1hr 45min to Issyk Lake (or Esik Lake), not to be confused with Issyk Kul Lake in Kyrgyzstan, which we visit earlier in the trip. Amid thick forests and wildflower pastures, this alpine lake is 5,775ft (1,760m) above sea level within the Issyk Gorge. We walk down the concrete staircase to explore the southern shore of the lake. Finally, we return to Almaty for the night.

Day 8 : Sightseeing Tour Of Almaty And Train To Tashkent
Location: Tashkent
Accommodation: Sleeper train (four-berth compartment)
Meals Included: Breakfast

Almaty is a beautiful city backed by the Tien Shan mountains and we have the whole day to explore it. With leafy streets and a cafe culture, the former Kazakh capital has a distinctly European feel. After breakfast, we visit several sites, including Zhenkov Cathedral (Ascension Cathedral), made entirely of wood and without the use of nails; Panfilov Park; the Monument of Panfilovs 28 Guardsmen; the Great Patriotic and Civil War monuments and eternal flame; and one of the museums (National History Museum or Museum of National Instruments).

After the tour, we drive to the train station. Here we say goodbye to our tour leader who has been with us throughout Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan and meet our Uzbekistan leader who’ll be with us for the remainder of the trip.

We travel by sleeper train from Almaty to Tashkent in Uzbekistan. The train leaves Almaty at about 6.30pm and arrives at Tashkent around midday the next day. Travelling on trains through this region is a great way to cover large distances (almost 620mi/1,000km in this case), see the changing landscape, and mingle with local people. We use four-berth compartments on this sleeper train, which is reasonably comfortable but not luxurious.

Day 9 : Arrive Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Location: Tashkent
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Gabrielle International hotel (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

We arrive at Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan around midday. We’ll have a short tour of the city, time permitting, visiting: Independence Square, which is flanked by public buildings and water fountains, and the Old City with its mausoleums (Hast Imam complex) and bazaar. Tashkent was largely destroyed by earthquakes in the 1960s and was rebuilt in true Soviet style with pleasant leafy boulevards and lots of fountains to keep the heat down in summer.

Day 10 : Train To Samarkand
Location: Samarkand
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Malika Prime (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

We catch the morning fast train to Samarkand, arriving mid-morning, and spend the rest of today and tomorrow morning exploring. The city is steeped in history, dating back 2,500 years and impacted by figures such as Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Tamerlane, the latter made it the capital of his empire in the 14th century. A central position on the Silk Road meant it was an important stop on the route from Istanbul to Peking (now Beijing). At its heart is Registan Square, which is flanked by the three grand madrasahs (Islamic colleges) of Ulughbeg (15th century), Sherdor and Tilya Qori (both 17th century).

Over the next day and a half, we visit the grand square plus the Gur Emir Mausoleum, burial place of Tamerlane, his sons and his grandson, Ulughbek. We move onto the Bibi Khanum Mosque and Shakhi Zinda – the Living King necropolis – with its series of mausoleums dating to the 14th and 15th centuries. Our final visit is to Siab Bazaar to scour fruits, nuts and other local produce. The leader may shift the order the sites are visited.

Day 11 : Samarkand And Urgut
Location: Samarkand
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Malika Prime (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today we travel to Urgut (one hour) for a half-day excursion around the picturesque provincial town at the foot of the Zeravshan mountain range. We’ll visit the bazaar, a pottery workshop, Four Chinar garden (home to 1,000-year-old chinar trees), and Karatepa reservoir.

Later we continue our discover of the Samarkand sites, including the Necropolis and Ulugbek's Observatory. We’ll also visit a paper factory where traditional methods are used.

Day 12 - 13 : Bukhara
Location: Bukhara
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Kavsar Hotel (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

We take the morning fast train to Bukhara and spend two full days exploring. The best-preserved medieval city in Central Asia, this Unesco World Heritage site dates back more than 2,000 years. Our city tour takes us to the Lyabi Khauz complex, built in the 16th and 17th centuries. It’s home to the oldest pool of its kind in Central Asia, surrounded by madrasahs and a khanaka (lodging house for travelling sufis), including the largest madrasah in Bukhara, the 15th-century Kukeldash Madrasah.

We continue to the Poi-Kalyan religious complex with its 157ft (48m) tall 12th-century Kalyan minaret – the symbol of Bukhara; the large Kalyan Mosque (15th century) with galleries topped by 288 domes; and the only active madrasah in the city, Bukhara Miri-Arab (16th century). Next is the Samanid Mausoleum, the oldest piece of Islamic architecture in Central Asia and burial site of the 10th-century emir, Ismail Samani. Finally, we visit the Ark, a fifth-century citadel and the oldest building in Bukhara.

Day 14 : End In Bukhara, Or Extend Your Trip To Khiva
Location: Bukhara
Accommodation Name: Departure Day
Meals Included: Breakfast, breakfast

Your trip ends in Bukhara today. Or, continue the trip with our exciting extension to Khiva, another major city on the Silk Road. Speak to your sales representative to book.

What's Included

  • Arrival and departure transfers (for group flights only)

  • All accommodation

  • Tour leader throughout (2 separate leaders)

  • All transport and listed activities

  • 13 breakfasts and 3 dinners

  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

  • Meals

    13 breakfasts, 0 lunches, 3 dinners.

  • All accommodationAll transport and listed activitiesTour leader throughout (2 separate leaders)13 breakfasts and 3 dinnersFlights from London (if booking incl. flights)Arrival and departure transfers (for group flights only)

  • — All accommodation — All transport and listed activities — Tour leader throughout (2 separate leaders) — 13 breakfasts and 3 dinners — Flights from London (if booking incl. flights) — Arrival and departure transfers (for group flights only)

What's Not Included

  • Visas or vaccinations

  • Travel Insurance

  • Single accommodation (available on request)

  • Travel InsuranceSingle accommodation (available on request)Visas or vaccinations

  • — Travel Insurance — Single accommodation (available on request) — Visas or vaccinations

Food

13 breakfasts and 3 dinners included. The only breakfast that is not included is after the overnight train. Common dishes in the region include shish-kebabs and plov which you’ll probably see plenty of. The kebabs can be from different meats including lamb and beef whilst plov is a rice-based dish (variants elsewhere are known as pilaf or pilau rice). Another main food is bread, especially in Uzbekistan where it is baked and sold everywhere. There are normally a couple opportunities to try home-cooked meals. Tea is also plentiful, both black and green and is drunk with most meals as well as throughout the day. Please note that vegetarian food choices may be rather limited. If you are strictly vegetarian or have any special dietary requirements please notify us well in advance. In this region, the availability of certain specialised products for restricted diets, e.g. gluten-free or dairy-free, is minimal or non-existent and we strongly recommend you bring these specialised dietary items from home. Drinking water is included and will be provided in large containers for you to refill your bottle from - please bring a reusable bottle with you.

Accommodation

This trip includes 10 nights in standard hotels, one night in a guesthouse, one night in a yurt and one night on a sleeper train. Throughout most of the trip, we stay in standard two- or three-star hotels. The normal accommodations used on this trip can be found on the day-to-day itinerary; however, below are a few of the notable places we stay.

Djety Oguz: Yurt camp (night 4)

Yurts are traditional housing for nomadic communities across Central Asia and are generally quite cosy. We spend one night in a traditional yurt camp in the Djety Oguz Gorge in Kyrgyzstan. The camp has six sleeping yurts, each normally shared between four and five people and there are three toilets and one shower.

Sleeper train: (night 8)

The railway has long been a popular way of travelling around the ex-Soviet Union and this is a great experience and insight into Kazakh life. On the train from Tashkent to Almaty, we use second-class carriages with four-berth cabins. The train was launched in 2017 and these cabins are comfortable, though not luxurious.

Bukhara: Kavsar Boutique Hotel (nights 12-13)

Taking over an old mansion, this small boutique hotel is one of the standout accommodations on this itinerary. It’s embellished with intricate design features and plenty of antiques, while an atmospheric central courtyard provides a wonderful place to gather as a group.

Worth knowing

Single supplements don’t apply to the night on the sleeper train or the night in the yurt camp.
April and October departures: We stay in Almaluu Yurt Camp close to Lake Issyk Kul instead of the yurt camp in Djety Oguz.
In some places on this trip we use several different hotels. We'll inform you before departure if your start hotel in Bishkek differs from what is mentioned in the trip notes.

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  • Is there a supplement for solo travellers?

    If you would like to be paired with a tour member of the same gender, there is no additional charge. A single supplement can be requested if you would like your own room.

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  • Are flights included in this tour?

    International flights are not included with this tour.

  • Can you assist with pre or post tour accommodation?

    We are happy to assist with pre and post tour accommodation. Please enquire for detailed information.

  • Are children permitted to take part in the tour?

    The minimum age for this tour is 16 years old.

  • Are the local guides on the tour English speaking?

    Yes, our local guides are English speaking.

  • What happens if I need to change my holiday date once I’ve booked?

    If you wish to make any changes to your booking, particularly if you need to alter any flights booked through us, please let us know as soon as possible. There is a booking or flight amendment fee of £40 per change and flight amendments often incur extra airline costs depending on the changes to be made and if the ticket has been issued or not.

  • How long has the tour company been trading?

    Exodus has been trading since 1974

  • What documents will I receive before I travel?

    Your final joining instructions and flight details, if booked with us, will then be sent out 2 to 3 weeks before departure. If you would like a hard copy posted, or if you require these any earlier, please contact the customer operations team. We advise that if you are booking connecting travel before receiving these, please ensure you leave plenty of time.

  • Do you operate a “single share” option and how does it work?

    Travellers are welcome to opt to share a room with a tour member of the same gender for no additional charge. If you'd like your own room, we can request a single supplement so that you will have your own room throughout.

  • Can I join the tour once it has departed?

    You are welcome to meet the group after the tour has departed however there is no reduction in rate for joining a tour after the departure date.

Reviews from Travellers on this Tour

A thought provoking journey

The trip introduced me to many aspects of the history of Central Asia of which I knew little. It has inspired me to read more on the subject. I was also possible to gain a little appreciation of the culture of the three countries I visited.

a trip along the silk road

This was a busy trip through three very contrasting countries. Almost a surfeit of historical monuments in Uzbekistan, just a glimpse of Kazakhstan and then the natural beauty of Kyrgyzstan. Some long bus drives but with plenty of "photo stops" and the drives are a great way to appreciate the scenery and see a little of local life along the way. The food was fine, and it was fairly easy to avoid meat, with plenty of delicious salads and pumpkin manti (a type of dumpling) usually available. Also some lovely soups, but often with unexpected chunks of lamb or beef. I did also enjoy the plov and the kebabs, as well as the fresh bread. The people were mostly friendly, welcoming and curious - we encountered no problems.

Amazing Experience1

An amazing experience travelling through Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan & Uzbekistan which delivered on every level.

Rouna's Silk Road

This is a truly spectacular once in a lifetime trip which I will never forget. I would never have been able to travel to such and so many places in the time available if it weren't for Exodus. The contrast between the three 'Stans' Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan is infinitely fascinating. The hot deserts, magnificent Muslim architecture, Madrashahs, Mausoleums, Markets and magnanimous hearts of the people of Uzbekistan to the epic mountains, rivers, lakes, forests and awesome pride and grace of the people of Kyrgyzstan (especially the Eagle Hunters which is only one of many highlights on this trip).

Excellent Trip

Amazing trip and beautiful countries, Uzbekistan was just stunning and I felt so small between the big statues and buildings. We were lucky to be in Bukhara during the Silk and Jewelry festival and seeing everyone dancing and all the beautiful costumes they were wearing was a highlight, I definitely fell in love with the place, the architecture and for sure the friendly people. The Eagle Hunting demonstration was another highlight of the trip and not to be missed in Kyrgyzstan. Although it rained most part of Kyrgyzstan we did get to see some of the mountains and although could not do the walk in the gorge at the yurt camp it was still amazing to be surrounded by such beautiful landscapes, scenery and nature.

"Why do you want to go there?"

When I told people I was going to three of the 'Stans', their question was always why ? To be honest, I wasn't sure myself until I'd been, but they are very different countries, not subject to mass tourism, with different cultures, lovely people and a joy to explore.

Silk Road cities and sublime scenery

Cities tend not to be high on my list of places to visit but I was surprised by the many parks and green spaces offsetting the large buildings and wide roads in all the cities visited. Of course the amazing architecture of the mosques, madrassas, minarets, mausoleums, museums and markets were impressive and interesting – with a wealth of information from both our tour leaders and local guides, all of whom spoke excellent English. The train journeys and the brief ride on the Metro in Tashkent made pleasant changes to the coach travel. Good to see family groups enjoying the warm evenings in pedestrianised streets and squares, parks, local cafes and bars, etc. No litter, no noisy groups of youths, just a nice atmosphere. Though the planned overnight train ride to Kazakhstan didn’t happen owing to international cancellation at little notice, the replacement coach was large and comfortable. In the morning traffic to Almaty many more upmarket cars were on the roads, after very few in Uzbekistan. The short drive out of Almaty with the walk up to the waterfall was a welcome change from the city streets. Then the long drive into the Kyrgyzstan countryside was literally a breath of fresh air; with the vast lake, snow-capped mountains, rushing rivers, flower-strewn meadows and leisurely walks. Not forgetting the impressive golden eagle demonstration. I would have preferred more than one night at the Yurt shores of Lake Camp. A couple of days later, an afternoon swim at the “seaside” on the Issyk Kul Lake was refreshing. Inevitable long road journeys were offset by ever changing views, excellent driving, mainly good roads and frequent stops.

A varied tour of beautiful buildings and scenery.

A very busy, varied tour. Most of the hotels were of a good standard with one or two not so good. The Hotel Asia Mountains 1 has been mentioned in a review already - take ear plugs so that you drown out the trains.

The Silk Route

Really exciting trip, very full on and packed with seeing the best of all 3 countries that you visit. Be prepared for long but very rewarding days of sightseeing and travelling. Go with the flow! Very friendly and hospitable people. Eating out is cheap and there is plenty of choice of good quality meat (lamb, beef) kebabs/ pasties! (or the nearest thing to them, yummy) dumplings, paste/noodle/bread and salads. Local beer very acceptable and even the best vodka is very cheap and taste great.. Great photo opportunities and load of very interesting architecture such as Madrasah's and mausoleums to see! Scenery up in mountains is stunning with waterfalls and turquoise lakes. Staying in the Yurt in the mountains in Kyrgyzstan was wonderful. No light pollution so you can see the milky way and shooting stars! But be prepared for it to be very basic and rustic! We ended up playing hand ball with a international team of people staying at the camp site and then sitting round the camp fire singing and drinking vodka watching the night sky.

The Silk Road

Great trip. All countries very different. Certainly non stop.

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Thursday - Thursday

Sep 25, 2025 - Oct 09, 2025
$5100 $4960 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $140 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Thursday - Thursday

Oct 09, 2025 - Oct 23, 2025
$5100 $4960 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $140 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Thursday - Thursday

Oct 16, 2025 - Oct 30, 2025
$5100 $4960 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $140 (USD)

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  • Transfer as credit to Future Tours

    Exodus allows you to transfer existing payments to a future tour to avoid cancellation fees if you can't travel and inform exodus, 43 days before departure.

  • Low Deposit

    Exodus requires a minimum deposit of 25% or the full booking value, whichever is less, with the final balance not due until 90 days before departure.

  • Cancellation Policy

    We don't charge a cancellation fee, here is a summary of exodus charges.

    Up to 42 days before tour starts: Forfeit 100% of deposit.

    At 20 days before tour starts: Forfeit 100% of booking price.

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