Xinjiang & Silk Road

The Silk Road evokes exotic images of long caravan stretching across vast sand dunes and dusty travelers relaxing in the shade of the desert oasis.

Retrace this ancient trade route, be mesmerized by the ethnic cultures of the Tibetans, Tajiks and Uygurs and be awed by the impressive grottoes at Dunhuang and gorgeous ruins in Turpan. Visit the ancient archaeological sites deep in the Taklamankan Desert and enjoy the alpine scenery in Tian Shan.

Best Season

May - Oct

May is beautiful when snow melts and spring blooms. October is golden when weather cools with fall foliage.

Classic Xinjiang - Silk Road In Depth in Hemu and Kanas Lake Extension
From HK$28,000/Adult
11 days
From HK$28,000/Adult

The very mention of the Silk Road evokes a sense of romance and remoteness. Retrace this ancient trade route. This itinerary traverses off-the-beaten path to lesser-visited Silk Road gems such as Hotan and Kuqa . Treat yourself to an extension into Kanas Lake, one of the most picturesque ones in China!

Gansu – Silk Road Less Trodden
From HK$33,900/Adult
From HK$33,900/Adult

Much lesser known by modern tourists as compared to Xinjiang, this slender province of Gansu has long seen travelers and goods of all kinds traveling between China and Central Asia. This itinerary covers the highlights of the Hexi Corridor, including the famous Rainbow Rocks of Zhangye Danxia to the Mogao Caves.

Gansu – Luxury Camp On Tibetan Plateau
From HK$16,900/Adult
From HK$16,900/Adult

Stand in front of Binglingsi Cave and enjoy the magnificent grottoes of ancient China. Walk the “kora” around Labrang Monastery and witness the monk debating for the Buddhist classics. Sip a cup of milk tea and immerse into the real life of local nomad life.  This is the most authentic of Tibetan Culture. 

Charms of Rustic Xinjiang | 14 - 24 Apr 2019
From HK$35,880/Adult
11 days | 14 - 24 Apr 2019
From HK$35,880/Adult

The very mention of the Silk Road evokes a sense of romance and remoteness. Our journey explore some of the most important sites in depth and get off the beaten path and experience Silk Road Less Travelled. 

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