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.
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!
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
On The Go Tours is proud to announce that we’ll be sponsoring Trekking in Tweed, a team in this year’s Mongol Rally. This is the ultimate race – just take a look at the video below! The Mongol Rally, by … Continue reading
Summer is on its way in the Northern Hemisphere, bringing an armful of exciting festivals to entertain and delight locals and travellers alike in destinations across the world. And as the seasons change and bring warm weather back to the … Continue reading
The Trans-Siberian is a legendary railway stretching from Moscow all the way to Vladivostok. Here we concentrate on the stretch between Moscow and Beijing, and take a look at a few of the best things to look forward to (and … Continue reading
Having a simple piece of canvas between you and the night sky makes for an unusual – but often luxurious – night’s sleep. Read about Katie’s top 5 sleep-out spots from her epic 6-month adventure. – The Elephant Camp, Zimbabwe. This … Continue reading
The Trans-Siberian rail stretches right across Asia, from Moscow, across the steppes of Mongolia, through the Gobi Desert and the Ural Mountains all the way to Beijing. Then there’s Lake Baikal, the world’s oldest and deepest body of fresh water. … Continue reading
Katie’s tummy hurts from giggling so much, and we’ve giggled along at this latest blog too. Nothing like a flatulent horse to get one giggling, right? It’s the latest from Team Kevan’s Trans-Siberian adventure.Thanks Katie! Our last morning on the train … Continue reading
Katie and Evan leave Moscow to cross a third of the globe on the legendary Trans-Siberian railway. Cue large amounts of vodka, a strange smurf-like Finnish man, one or two visa issues and a large helping of relief on arrival in … Continue reading
As if travelling across Asia on an epic rail adventure wasn’t enough, now you can plan your Trans-Siberian trip to coincide with the incredible Naadam Festival in Mongolia. Held over the Mongolian national holiday, the Naadam Festival is celebrated over … Continue reading