Cross a third of the globe on board the legendary Trans-Siberian. From one capital city to another, we offer a heady range of adventures from Beijing to Moscow, ranging from 9 to 18 days, stopping off at some fascinating destinations en route. Discover Ulaan Baatar, the capital of Mongolia, and the beautiful Terelj National Park where you can camp out in a ger! Ulan Ude, a remote Buddhist outpost in Eastern Buryatia, Irkutsk - the Paris of Siberia and the deepest lake in the world - Baikal and Yekaterinburg, the last resting place of the Romanovs. Or for those short on time, rail it express from Beijing to Moscow.
Available all year round, all of our adventures are inclusive of rail travel, budget accommodation and rail station transfers. Our Trans-Siberian overland journeys feature a range of exciting optional activities, from dog sledding at Yekaterinburg to diving at Lake Baikal and staying in a ger in Mongolia and much more.
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.
Explore China's bustling capital city, then jump aboard and wing your way from Bejing to Moscow - 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! Take the train from Beijing to Mongolia - a land of uncommon beauty, inextricably linked to the powerful legacy of Ghengis Khan. Take the option to camp out in a Mongolian ger in the beautiful Terelj National Park before heading to mighty Moscow, Russia's cutting edge capital city.
Riding the Trans-Mongolian, from Beijing to Mongolia - the legendary land of Genghis Khan, with the option to visit breathtaking Terelj National Park before continuing north to Russia. Dropping in at Irkutsk en route for a break, where you can opt to stay at the behemoth Lake Baikal, before crossing Siberia to mighty Moscow.
The big ticket, an epic journey from Beijing to Moscow, offering exciting stopovers at all of our en route destinations including Ulaan Baatar, Buddhist Ulan Ude, Irkutsk, breathtaking Lake Baikal and Yekaterinburg, in the shadow of the Ural Mountains.