Silk Road and Beyond: Central Asia in the Autumn with Remote Lands

16 April 2020
Forward to a friend Call us: +1-212-518-1618 | View in your browser. SILK ROAD AND BEYOND: CENTRAL ASIA JOURNEYS IN THE AUTUMN WITH REMOTE LANDS Right now, everyone is looking for something a little different, and for travelers wanting off-the-beaten track this fall, Central Asia has what you need: history, hiking, the Silk Road, and more. SWEEPING THROUGH SCENIC KYRGYZSTAN: THE NARYN
Winter is for the skier in Kyrgyzstan, but fall is for the hiker. Spend eight days discovering Jalal-Abad and Sary-Tash as well as Töö-Ashuu and Ala-Bel on your way to hike in the valley of Chon-Alai. READ MORE ANCIENT WONDERS OF UZBEKISTAN BY TRAIN Travelers to Uzbekistan in September and October will find pleasant weather on this 10-day train journey across the Silk Road, visiting Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, and Ayaz Kala. READ MORE EPIC TAJIKISTAN TREK: LAKES, MOUNTAINS & VALLEYS Plan a hiking holiday for September in Tajikistan on this intrepid 16-day trip through the Fann mountains visiting the Karakul River, Sarikhodang Gorge, Lake Koulikalon and more on this photographer’s dream journey. READ MORE UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE HOPPING IN TURKMENISTAN Starting in the cool of September, travelers will have clear, crisp weather for this three day extension to Central Asia journeys going from Ashgabat to Merv. READ MORE   FOUR CAN’T-MISS CITIES IN KAZAKHSTAN Kazakhstan is a treasure of natural wonders, but don't forget these four cities on your Central Asian journey. READ MORE > WITH THE EAGLE HUNTERS OF KYRGYZSTAN Aidar and Nursultan, Kyrgyz eagle hunters, train their deadly predators on the edge of Issyk-Kul Lake, a window into the past and a demonstration of nature's raw power. READ MORE > FACES OF THE WAKHAN VALLEY The history of the Wakhi people and the Wakhan Valley is complex, and the journey across the Pamir Highway can be unpredictable, barren, and cold. In the faces of the Wakhi people, there is warmth. READ MORE > MOYNAQ: DESERT SHIPS ON THE FORGOTTEN ARAL SEA When the Aral Sea retreated to feed Soviet agriculture, whole regions were left abandoned, forgotten, and dry. In Moynaq, the only legacy of this once promising city are the ships that now sail on the desert.  READ MORE >   #TakeMeToRemoteLands AS RECENTLY FEATURED IN • The Wall Street Journal • Town & Country • Departures • Travel + Leisure • Forbes • Condé Nast Traveler • BusinessWeek • National Geographic Traveler • Palm Beach Post • Chicago Tribune • Financial Times • BBC • Fox Business News • The New York Times REMOTE LANDS, INC.
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