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Russia, Mongolia, China

16D15N Trans-Mongolian Adventure (ARTM)

16D15N Trans-Mongolian Adventure (ARTM)

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Moscow

Before we took to the skies, we rode the rails. The steam locomotive connected the world like no technology that came before it, linking isolated communities to the big cities. The magic of train travel hasn’t diminished with time, yet most of us have forgotten it. Climb aboard and see your world in a new way all over again. Rail tours combine the must-see highlights, insider access, freeform exploration, and life-altering encounters with local people and culture you'd expect from small-group adventures with the ease and efficiency of the train travel.

Cities to Visit: Moscow - Irkutsk - Ulaanbaatar - Beijing
Language: English


Travel Period: from April 23, 2022 till October 7, 2023
Tour Highlight
~ Journey by train across the steppe
~ Dine on Lake Baikal's fish
~ Admire the landmarks of the Red Square
~ Spend the night in a traditional Mongolian ger
~ Wander Beijing's hutongs
What To Expect
Incredible doesn't begin to describe this railway journey from Russia to China. Beginning in Moscow, your trip on the legendary Trans-Siberian Railway will take you across the steppe to experience secluded Mongolia's colourful culture. Disembark and spend a night in a ger before continuing on to the palaces of Beijing. An experienced CEO will lead the way and take care of the details so you’re free to enjoy one of the world's greatest train rides. Whether on board or off, this will be 16 days to remember for the rest of your life.
  • Day 1: Moscow

    Arrive at any time. Want to experience St Petersburg? Book the St Petersburg Express, a four-day pre-tour package. Speak to your Global Connection Officer or travel agent to book. There are no planned activities until an evening welcome meeting.

  • Day 2: Moscow

    Enjoy free time to explore Moscow's numerous museums and galleries, the Kremlin, or Lenin's Mausoleum. Ride the metro and check out the beautiful stations, visit Red Square, the Kremlin, and St Basil's, or line up to catch a glimpse of an embalmed dictator.

  • Day 3: Moscow

    Board the train and start one of the world's most famous rail routes. Journey 88 hours across the Ural Mountains and through the wilds of the Siberian taiga forests. Arrive in the evening on Day 6.

  • Day 4: Trans-Siberian Railway

    Continue on your journey and soak in the amazing landscapes. Share laughs and drinks with fellow passengers-Russians and foreigners alike.

  • Day 5: Trans-Siberian Railway

    Continue on your journey and soak in the amazing landscapes. Share laughs and drinks with fellow passengers- Russians and foreigners alike.

  • Day 6: Trans-Siberian Railway

    Continue on your journey and soak in the amazing landscapes. Share laughs and drinks with fellow passengers-Russians and foreigners alike.

  • Day 7: Irkutsk - Listvyanka

    Arrive into Irkutsk in the morning. Enjoy a walking tour of Irkutsk before driving to the village of Listvyanka. Overnight in a guesthouse on the shore of Lake Baikal. Enjoy incredible local meals prepared by your host.

    : Dinner
  • Day 8: Listvyanka

    Free day to explore the shores of Lake Baikal. Opt to try a banya (Russian sauna), go on a boat trip on the lake, or take an invigorating swim.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 9: Listvyanka - Ulaanbaatar

    Board the train in the early morning and settle in for a full day of train travel. Cross the border into Mongolia and watch the scenery change from dense forests to grassland.
    These train rides are relaxation days built right into the itinerary. Stare out the window, explore the train, jump out at stations to see what's going on, or just read and play cards. The journey is what you make of it. A restaurant car is normally not provided on this train, so take the opportunity to stock up on food and drinks for the ride. Don't worry, there are always kiosks on the platforms selling a variety of items from chocolate to instant mashed potatoes to vodka.

  • Day 10: Ulaanbaatar

    Arrive in Mongolia and spend some time getting to know the capital city.

  • Day 11: Ulaanbaatar - Gorkhi Terelj National Park

    Drive to nearby Terelj National Park to stay in a traditional ger (yurt). Options to hike, or try traditional archery.

    : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 12: Gorkhi Terelj National Park - Ulaanbaatar

    Head back to Ulaanbaatar with a free day to explore the capital. Opt to watch a cultural show with Mongolian throat singing, or visit the Gandan Monastery for a taste of Tibetan Buddhism. This sleepy capital is an evolving city, showing many signs of its Soviet past contrasted with an increasing Chinese influence and a re-emergence of traditional Mongolia. Don't forget to sample some Mongolian barbecue straight from the source.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 13: Ulaanbaatar - Beijing

    Board the train for the final 30 hr train ride. At the border, stretch your legs in the train station during the border crossing process before continuing on to Beijing.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 14: Beijing

    Arrive in Beijing and start exploring this buzzing capital of China. Opt to visit Tiananmen Square. Choose which sights to visit in this massive city— the Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace, or the Lama Temple Monastery. Opt to get lost in Beijing's hutongs— traditional alleys hiding a labyrinth of courtyard dwellings— or shop for bargains in one of the many markets.

  • Day 15: Beijing

    Enjoy an included visit to the Great Wall and walk along the Mutianyu section.

  • Day 16: Beijing

    Depart at any time.

Whats Included
~ 8 nights' in Simple guesthouses/hotels , 6 nights' in sleeper trains ,and 1 night in Mongolian ger
~ 4 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 3 dinners
~ Your Welcome Moment: Meet Your CEO and Group
• Your Local Living Moment: Traditional Ger Stay, Gorkhi Terelj National Park
~ Trans-Siberian Railway
~ Trans-Mongolian Railway
~ Irkutsk city tour
~ Great Wall entrance (Beijing)
~ Local meal suggestions and language and border-crossing support throughout
~ All transport between destinations and to/from included activities

Whats Excluded
~ International flight
~ Gratuities
~ Travel insurance
~ Covid-19 Test
~ Others not mentioned


Travel Period: from April 23, 2022 till October 7, 2023
Tour Highlight
~ Journey by train across the steppe
~ Dine on Lake Baikal's fish
~ Admire the landmarks of the Red Square
~ Spend the night in a traditional Mongolian ger
~ Wander Beijing's hutongs
What To Expect
Incredible doesn't begin to describe this railway journey from Russia to China. Beginning in Moscow, your trip on the legendary Trans-Siberian Railway will take you across the steppe to experience secluded Mongolia's colourful culture. Disembark and spend a night in a ger before continuing on to the palaces of Beijing. An experienced CEO will lead the way and take care of the details so you’re free to enjoy one of the world's greatest train rides. Whether on board or off, this will be 16 days to remember for the rest of your life.
  • Day 1: Moscow

    Arrive at any time. Want to experience St Petersburg? Book the St Petersburg Express, a four-day pre-tour package. Speak to your Global Connection Officer or travel agent to book. There are no planned activities until an evening welcome meeting.

  • Day 2: Moscow

    Enjoy free time to explore Moscow's numerous museums and galleries, the Kremlin, or Lenin's Mausoleum. Ride the metro and check out the beautiful stations, visit Red Square, the Kremlin, and St Basil's, or line up to catch a glimpse of an embalmed dictator.

  • Day 3: Moscow

    Board the train and start one of the world's most famous rail routes. Journey 88 hours across the Ural Mountains and through the wilds of the Siberian taiga forests. Arrive in the evening on Day 6.

  • Day 4: Trans-Siberian Railway

    Continue on your journey and soak in the amazing landscapes. Share laughs and drinks with fellow passengers-Russians and foreigners alike.

  • Day 5: Trans-Siberian Railway

    Continue on your journey and soak in the amazing landscapes. Share laughs and drinks with fellow passengers- Russians and foreigners alike.

  • Day 6: Trans-Siberian Railway

    Continue on your journey and soak in the amazing landscapes. Share laughs and drinks with fellow passengers-Russians and foreigners alike.

  • Day 7: Irkutsk - Listvyanka

    Arrive into Irkutsk in the morning. Enjoy a walking tour of Irkutsk before driving to the village of Listvyanka. Overnight in a guesthouse on the shore of Lake Baikal. Enjoy incredible local meals prepared by your host.

    : Dinner
  • Day 8: Listvyanka

    Free day to explore the shores of Lake Baikal. Opt to try a banya (Russian sauna), go on a boat trip on the lake, or take an invigorating swim.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 9: Listvyanka - Ulaanbaatar

    Board the train in the early morning and settle in for a full day of train travel. Cross the border into Mongolia and watch the scenery change from dense forests to grassland.
    These train rides are relaxation days built right into the itinerary. Stare out the window, explore the train, jump out at stations to see what's going on, or just read and play cards. The journey is what you make of it. A restaurant car is normally not provided on this train, so take the opportunity to stock up on food and drinks for the ride. Don't worry, there are always kiosks on the platforms selling a variety of items from chocolate to instant mashed potatoes to vodka.

  • Day 10: Ulaanbaatar

    Arrive in Mongolia and spend some time getting to know the capital city.

  • Day 11: Ulaanbaatar - Gorkhi Terelj National Park

    Drive to nearby Terelj National Park to stay in a traditional ger (yurt). Options to hike, or try traditional archery.

    : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 12: Gorkhi Terelj National Park - Ulaanbaatar

    Head back to Ulaanbaatar with a free day to explore the capital. Opt to watch a cultural show with Mongolian throat singing, or visit the Gandan Monastery for a taste of Tibetan Buddhism. This sleepy capital is an evolving city, showing many signs of its Soviet past contrasted with an increasing Chinese influence and a re-emergence of traditional Mongolia. Don't forget to sample some Mongolian barbecue straight from the source.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 13: Ulaanbaatar - Beijing

    Board the train for the final 30 hr train ride. At the border, stretch your legs in the train station during the border crossing process before continuing on to Beijing.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 14: Beijing

    Arrive in Beijing and start exploring this buzzing capital of China. Opt to visit Tiananmen Square. Choose which sights to visit in this massive city— the Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace, or the Lama Temple Monastery. Opt to get lost in Beijing's hutongs— traditional alleys hiding a labyrinth of courtyard dwellings— or shop for bargains in one of the many markets.

  • Day 15: Beijing

    Enjoy an included visit to the Great Wall and walk along the Mutianyu section.

  • Day 16: Beijing

    Depart at any time.

Whats Included
~ 8 nights' in Simple guesthouses/hotels , 6 nights' in sleeper trains ,and 1 night in Mongolian ger
~ 4 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 3 dinners
~ Your Welcome Moment: Meet Your CEO and Group
• Your Local Living Moment: Traditional Ger Stay, Gorkhi Terelj National Park
~ Trans-Siberian Railway
~ Trans-Mongolian Railway
~ Irkutsk city tour
~ Great Wall entrance (Beijing)
~ Local meal suggestions and language and border-crossing support throughout
~ All transport between destinations and to/from included activities

Whats Excluded
~ International flight
~ Gratuities
~ Travel insurance
~ Covid-19 Test
~ Others not mentioned
★★★★☆

Izmaylovskoye Shosse, 71, корп. 3В, Moscow, Russia, 105613

Vega Izmailovo Hotel and Convention Center, part of Moscow's largest hotel complex, is known as one of the most recognizable and well-liked hotel destinations of the Russian capital. With its rich history and experience in serving travelers from all over the world, the hotel continues to improve by constantly adopting state-of-the-art technology and the best industry practices.

★★★☆☆

Ulitsa Sudzilovskogo, 2, п, Listvyanka, Irkutsk Oblast, Russia, 664520

Guest House Demidova Usadba is located on the shores of Lake Baikal, 50 meters from the lake, in the middle of Listvyanka village, in Krestovaya Pad. The complex consists of two comfortable wooden buildings and a separate building of a restaurant with Siberian and European cuisine. All rooms are decorated in a rustic style and are homely and environmentally friendly. The guest house will gladly welcome Russian and foreign guests who value a calm and comfortable rest while actively exploring Lake Baikal.

★★★★☆

WW7H+CRW, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Our J Hotel was established with Korean and Japanese investment and is business class hotel, which meets international standards. For comforting business visitors and travelers, Korean, Japanese and English interpreter and hotel coordinator are constantly rendering service for 24 hours. Our hotel is located in the zone A of the city and closely surrounded by Mongolian governmental agencies, bigger business entities, museum, tourist attractions, five embassies such as Embassy of the Republic of Korea and Embassy of Japan, bank, food stores and good stores.

★★★☆☆

2 Chongwenmen W St, Chong Wen Men, Dongcheng, China

Offering direct access to Wangfujing Street, Beijing Chong Wen Men Hotel enjoys a convenient location in the centre of Beijing. This venue features a bar and a satellite TV as well as high speed Internet access in public areas.

Hotel, Flight & Transfer option

★★★★☆

Izmaylovskoye Shosse, 71, корп. 3В, Moscow, Russia, 105613

Vega Izmailovo Hotel and Convention Center, part of Moscow's largest hotel complex, is known as one of the most recognizable and well-liked hotel destinations of the Russian capital. With its rich history and experience in serving travelers from all over the world, the hotel continues to improve by constantly adopting state-of-the-art technology and the best industry practices.

★★★☆☆

Ulitsa Sudzilovskogo, 2, п, Listvyanka, Irkutsk Oblast, Russia, 664520

Guest House Demidova Usadba is located on the shores of Lake Baikal, 50 meters from the lake, in the middle of Listvyanka village, in Krestovaya Pad. The complex consists of two comfortable wooden buildings and a separate building of a restaurant with Siberian and European cuisine. All rooms are decorated in a rustic style and are homely and environmentally friendly. The guest house will gladly welcome Russian and foreign guests who value a calm and comfortable rest while actively exploring Lake Baikal.

★★★★☆

WW7H+CRW, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Our J Hotel was established with Korean and Japanese investment and is business class hotel, which meets international standards. For comforting business visitors and travelers, Korean, Japanese and English interpreter and hotel coordinator are constantly rendering service for 24 hours. Our hotel is located in the zone A of the city and closely surrounded by Mongolian governmental agencies, bigger business entities, museum, tourist attractions, five embassies such as Embassy of the Republic of Korea and Embassy of Japan, bank, food stores and good stores.

★★★☆☆

2 Chongwenmen W St, Chong Wen Men, Dongcheng, China

Offering direct access to Wangfujing Street, Beijing Chong Wen Men Hotel enjoys a convenient location in the centre of Beijing. This venue features a bar and a satellite TV as well as high speed Internet access in public areas.

Per Pax
From: $2584 From: €2198 From: £1877 From: RM10723 From: CAD3249 From: SGD3485 From: AUD3560 From: HKD20159
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