Silk Road Treasure Tours Offers New Discovery Experience

Unleash your inner Silk Road explorer this year with Silk Road Treasure Tours new Central Asia journeys. The 18-day experience, titled "In the Footsteps of Marco Polo" uncovers the cultural sights of Central Asia (think Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan).

The trip kicks off in Uzbekistan, where guests will explore Tashkent's mausoleums, mosques and the Chor-Su Bazaar. Guests will also visit some of the best preserved cities of the Silk Road, such as Khujand, Samarkand and Bukhara. From Bukhara guests will drive to Turkmenistan and through the Kara Kum desert from Mary to Merv. Continuing on to Kazakhstan guests will arrive in Almaty, the former capital which is situated at the foot of the Zaili Alatau Mountain Range. Explore gardens, parks and promenades as well as views of the Chimbulak mountainous area.

There are nine departure dates from May 9, 2012 through September 12, 2013. Prices start at $5,999 per person.

For more information visit www.silkroadtreasuretours.com.
 

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