Exeter has announced a special offer on select 2013 eastbound Golden Eagle Private Train departures, with a $1,000 credit towards additional services including visa processing, extra hotel nights, and airfare.
The Golden Eagle Private Train traverses the Trans-Siberian Classic Route from Moscow to Vladivostok, and is said to be a good way to “experience the vast, untouched regions of Siberia and Central Asia in the comfort and style for which Exeter International is known. Whether it be exploring Ulan Baatar in Mongolia or barbequing on the banks of Lake Baikal, the Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express is the most convenient way to see some of the world’s most legendary places”.
The Golden Eagle also journeys between Moscow and Beijing on the Silk Road with calls at such places as Almaty, Samarkand and Tashkent.
New for 2013 is the Ulan Baatar Express, which will take guests from Moscow to Ulan Baatar and provides the opportunity to overnight in Ulan Baatar. The Baikal Express offers the chance to experience the Golden Eagle on a shorter journey of just nine days, ending in Irkutsk - the Paris of Siberia.
The most deluxe cabins include individual bathrooms ensuite with showers, a plasma screen TV and DVD player, as well as a wardrobe and luggage storage space. Dine in style in the restaurant cars featuring an array of international and local cuisine and beverages.