Take the legendary Trans-Siberian train from Moscow to Beijing (or from Beijing to Moscow if you prefer) via Mongolia. A journey that covers almost a third of the Earth’s surface, witness the changing landscapes, the rich cultural diversity and extraordinary wildlife of the Trans Siberian train.
When travelling from Moscow to Beijing aboard the legendary Trans-Siberian, why not stop in Ulaan Bataar in time to witness the spectacle of the opening ceremony of the Mongolian Naadam Festival as the locals battle it out in the … Continue reading
Imagine crossing one third of the globe by rail, from Moscow to Vladivostok, taking in fascinating cities, incredible landscapes, unique cultures and plenty of rail tracks along the way. All this and more is possible on none other than … Continue reading
Having recently returned from our 15 day Highway to China tour, Michael Rees tells us about his unforgettable train ride on the Trans-Siberian, travelling through seven time zones, across unique and varied landscapes, from Moscow to China’s bustling capital. Leaving … Continue reading
In June one of our own, Rachel Armstrong, embarked on an epic journey across Asia on board the Trans-Siberian. Setting out from Beijing on our 18 day Big Rail Tripper tour, Rachel travelled through the unspoilt landscapes of Mongolia – … Continue reading
What could possibly be better, more mind-blowing and unforgettable than a trip on the Trans Siberian express? Why, the same thing plus one of the world’s most incredible displays of wrestle mania! At the Nadaam Festival Mongolian men battle each … Continue reading
Beijing to Ulaanbataar to Moscow. Over 7500 km of amazing scenery and life in one five minute video, beautifully shot with a fab Mongolian soundtrack. What’s not to love about this video? Makes us yearn to be back on rails!! … Continue reading
Deserts are among the most dramatically alluring natural landscapes in the world. Their stark beauty is timeless, and life here exists at the mercy of the elements. Deserts are wild, harsh places, and we love exploring them, photographing them and … Continue reading
One of our travellers went with us on a Trans-Siberian train journey last December and had these amazing photos of snowy Mongolia – and a few of Russia – to share with us. Enjoy!
In this digital world we live in, it’s good to know there are still some places left that offer little or absolutely no connectivity at all – no way to get in touch with all those ‘friends’ and followers through … Continue reading
The annual Naadam Festival is a celebration of traditional Mongolian culture taking place in July. Over three days, the ‘Three Manly Games’ are performed by participants for the enjoyment of locals and fascinated foreigners alike. Watch ‘A Throw to the … Continue reading