From one red city to another. Hop on at Moscow, rail it express to Beijing or choose from a range of adventures that offer stops at a range of ports of call including Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk and mighty Lake Baikal in Siberia, Ulan Ude - a curious outpost in Eastern Buryatia that embraces all things Buddhist, and Ulaan Baatar - an amazing moniker for what is the capital of Mongolia. Or take the original Trans-Siberian journey from Moscow to Vladivostok on our 19 day adventure.
Available all year round, all of our adventures are inclusive of rail travel, budget accommodation and rail station transfers. Our Trans-Siberian overland journeys offer range of exciting optional activities, from dog sledding at Yekaterinburg to diving at Lake Baikal and staying in a ger in Mongolia and plenty more. This is the ultimate train journey.... all aboard!
All itineraries, routes and inclusions are clearly detailed to help you make the big decision! There's a lot to see along the way, so if one of our pre-set itineraries is not quite what you're looking for, we are happy to tailor-make a programme for you, contact us for further details.
Spend a few days in Russia's capital city, then jump on board the Trans Siberian railway, from Moscow to Beijing - a classic train ride across a third of the globe from one red city to another in one fell swoop.
Jump aboard for the ride of your life! From one capital city to another - Moscow to Beijing, via Mongolia - a land of uncommon beauty inextricably linked to the powerful legacy of Genghis Khan. Explore the curiously named capital - Ulaan Baatar and opt to camp out in a ger in stunning Terelj National Park.
Riding the Trans-Siberian & Trans-Mongolian from Moscow east to Beijing; crossing Siberia the train pulls into Irkutsk, gateway to Lake Baikal and Ulaan Baatar in the heart of Mongolia.
Bolshoi (Russian for BIG). Go large on our sensational big ticket from Moscow all the way to Beijing. It's the journey that offers a stunning smorgasbord of all our en route destinations including Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk (for Lake Baikal), Ulan Ude and Ulaan Baatar!
The original Trans-Siberian journey all the way to the end of the line at Vladivostok on Russia's Pacific coast. Kicking off in Moscow, ride the rails some 9288km with stops in Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk (for Lake Baikal) & Ulan Ude - Buddhist bastion of Eastern Russia.
Take an unforgettable Trans-Siberian rail journey from Moscow to Beijing, heading to a traditional Ger Camp in Terelj National Park and stopping in Ulaan Baatar for the opening ceremony of Mongolia's legendary Naadam Festival, where locals compete in the three manly games of archery, horse riding and wrestling