RUSSIA & MONGOLIA EXPLORER

VLADIVOSTOK ● ULAN UDE ● ULAANBAATAR & KARAKORUM ● IRKUTSK & OLKHON ● EKATERINBURG ● KAZAN ● MOSCOW

TOUR OVERVIEW

DURATION, PRICE, TOUR TYPE & DEPARTURES

24 nights from UK £ 4,855 / US $ 6,560 per person*

*Price based on 2 people travelling in a shared 4 berth second class cabin. Upgrade to your own cabin from UK £ 1,035 / US$ 1,400 per person. These prices are based on 2021 rates and are here to give guidance. Final quotes vary by date, exchange rates and are subject to availability.

PRIVATE TOUR - NOT A GROUP TOUR - CAN BE TAILORED 

SEASON - may to september WITH WEEKLY DEPARTURES

TOUR CODE : TS-V-BT-05

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THE STOPS VISITED ON THIS TOUR

🇷🇺 VLADIVOSTOK - 1 night

Russia’s Eastern Port city is a heavily influenced by nearby China & Japan.

🇷🇺 ULAN UDE - 1 night

East meets West in the Mongolian influenced capital of Buryatia.

🇲🇳 ULAANBAATAR & KARAKORUM - 5 nights

Remote capital of Mongolia and the start of a steppe adventure.

🇷🇺 IRKUTSK & OLKHON ISLAND - 3 nights

Forward looking Siberian city and gateway to Lake Baikal & beautiful Olkhon.

🇷🇺 EKATERINBURG - 2 nights

City in the beautiful Ural Mountains where the Romanovs met their fate.

🇷🇺 KAZAN - 1 night

Prosperous Capital of the Republic of Tatarstan with a superb Kremlin.

🇷🇺 MOSCOW - 2 nights

Russia’s vast and iconic capital and the start of this railway adventure.

ON THE TRAINS - total 9 nights

We use the most comfortable and reliable trains possible for each leg.

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DAY BY DAY ITINERARY

DAILY DESCRIPTIONS OF ACTIVITIES, MEALS & OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATION

DAY 1 - VLADIVOSTOK

ARRIVAL IN RUSSIA’S FAR EAST PORT CITY OF VLADIVOSTOK

Arrival in Vladivostok, the legendary end (or beginning) of the true Trans-Siberian line. A driver will be waiting to transfer you to your hotel. For years this city was closed to foreigners being the home base of the Russian Pacific Fleet. It has a fantastic location on the Amursky Gulf. Free time for the rest of the day to relax or start to explore the city with the help of your personalised Trip Guidebook we send you before the trip.

MEALS: None Today.

OVERNIGHT: Lotte Hotel ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ click to view hotel.

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DAY 2 - on the train

FULL DAY CITY TOUR INCLUDING RUSSKY ISLAND & VOROSHILOVSKAYA BATTERY WITH AN EVENING DEPARTURE

A full day tour of Vladivostok today covering the main attractions and more including Vladivostok Railway Station - always worth a pre-look - and the C-56 submarine as well as passing many historic, cultural and architectural landmarks and view points. After lunch (own arrangement) we delve into Vladivostok's military history visiting its Fortress including two of the old batteries which now serve as museums. We also visit the Voroshilovskaya Battery located inside a real military base on Russky Island. This 80 year old building is a fantastic example of military architecture with it's rational organisation and efficient functioning. We also see the Pacific Navy warships stationed in the heart of the city which demonstrate the continuing importance of this port to Russia.

Finish the tour at Vladivostok’s beautiful station where you board the train westwards.

MEALS: Hotel Breakfast.

OVERNIGHT: On the train - click to learn more.

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DAY 3 - on the train

ENJOY THE SCENERY OF RUSSIA’S WILD & REMOTE FAR EAST

Early this morning reach Khabarovsk crossing its 2.6 km bridge over the Amur river. There is some good scenery today following the Ingoda and Shilka rivers into a wild land of taiga forest and hills. The train is still stopping quite frequently so make good use of these stops to stretch the legs, take some photos and stock up on food and drink from the small kiosks and independent sellers.

MEALS: None today - however the train does have a dining car.

OVERNIGHT: On the train - click to learn more.

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DAY 4 - on the train

CONTINUE THROUGH RUSSIA’S VAST FAR EAST ENTERING BURYATIA

Today notice a change in the people with many more Asian faces as you reach Buryatia which has strong cultural ties to Mongolia.

MEALS: None today - however the train does have a dining car.

OVERNIGHT: On the train - click to learn more.

DAY 5 - ULAN UDE

ARRIVAL IN ULAN UDE & VISIT THE OLD BELIEVERS VILLAGE & STUNNING IVOLGINSKI DATSAN

Morning arrival in Ulan Ude with a transfer to your accommodation. Ulan-Ude is capital of the republic of Buryatia and due to it’s proximity to Mongolia has a traditional importance as a trading settlement between Russia, Mongolia and China. Famed for having the largest Lenin head in the world the other attractions are found outside of the city.

Today we leave the city again, this time to the impressive Ivolginski Datsan which has long been a center of Buddhism in Russia and has a unique Buddhist library. Continue on to the Old Believer village. The people here separated from the Russian Orthodox Church in 1666 in protest of reforms and so practice a form of the religion that stopped across much of Russia at that time. Visit their church and a small museum before lunch is in a local home and free time before returning to Ulan-Ude to overnight.

MEALS: Lunch at a Local House.

OVERNIGHT: Mergen Bator Hotel ★ ★ ★ ★ click to view hotel.

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DAY 6 - on the train

VISIT ATSAGATSKI DATSAN & TRAIN ON TO THE REMOTE RUSSIAN MONGOLIAN BORDER

After breakfast drive to Atsagatski Datsan which dates back to 1825. This was a teaching monastery as well as a centre for Tibetan Medicine. Continue on to the nearby village founded in the 19th century and which still keeps the traditions and customs of the Buryats, who make up most of the population, alive. Lunch in a local house before returning to the city to catch the afternoon train on to Ulaanbaatar.

Evening arrival at the Russia-Mongolia border at Naushki passing through the border formalities before continuing into the grasslands of Mongolia during the night.

MEALS: Breakfast & Lunch at a Local House.

OVERNIGHT: On the train - click to learn more.

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DAY 7 - mongolia

TRANSFER TO BAYAN GOBI SAND DUNES, CAMEL RIDE & VISIT LOCAL CAMEL HERDERS

Arrival in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia and a truly unique destination that is for many a real highlight of the trip. Your guide and driver will pick you up from the train station and to drive the 290 km (5 hours) to Bayan Gobi, an area of sand dunes, willow trees, streams and bushes with the appearance of a desert. This landscape is 80km long and the widest part of the sand dune is 10 km. Check-in and lunch at the Ger camp located near to the sand dunes. Click here to learn more about ger camps in Mongolia.

In the afternoon, we will visit a local camel herder family at their Ger and experience their nomadic way of life.

The sand dunes are the perfect place for Bactrian camel riding. After becoming familiar with the equipment and the basics of riding a camel, explore the sand dunes for 1 hour atop these beautiful animals (note that if there is no time today you will ride tomorrow morning). Mongolia is home to 70% of the world's population of the two-humped Bactrian camels.

You also have the opportunity to explore the sand dunes on foot before returning to the Ger camp for dinner and a free evening.

MEALS: Lunch & Dinner at the Ger Camp.

OVERNIGHT: Ger Camp - click to learn more.

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DAY 8 - mongolia

KARAKORUM & ERDENE ZUU BUDDHIST MONASTERY – LAKE UGII

Following breakfast drive to 100 km to Mongolia’s ancient capital of Karakorum founded by Chingis Khan in 1220. It quickly became a major trading hub on the silk road attracting merchants from across the Mongolian empire and beyond, prospering until Kublai Khan moved to the capital to modern day Beijing establishing what the Chinese refer to as the Yuan Dynasty. In 1379 much of Karakorum was badly damaged during an attack by the army of the Ming Dynasty.

After visit to the Museum of Karakorum, the symbolic ruins of the ancient city, we continue to visit the oldest Buddhist Monastery complex of Erdene Zuu which is surrounded by 108 stupas built in the 16th century. The monastery is still active, and there are temple museums and buildings where monks live and pray. Here you may hear monks chanting the Buddhist sutras.

In the afternoon, we make 60 km drive to Ugii Lake. This fresh water lake is 5km wide, 7km long and surrounded by steppe. The lake has many species of water birds and fish including perch and pike.

Relax at the camp with optional activities including hiking, swimming, kayaking and motor boat trips. Dinner and overnight at the Ger camp near to the shore of the lake.

MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at ger camps.

OVERNIGHT: Ger Camp - click to learn more.

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DAY 9 - mongolia

CONTINUE TO HUSTAI NATIONAL PARK FAMOUS FOR WILD HORSES

After and early breakfast depart for the 280 km (5 hour) journey to Hustai National Park. This area is home to Mongolia’s wild horse known as the Perzevalski Horse. The national park features mountain and steppe and has 450 species of plants, 200 of which are medicinal.

Check-in and lunch at the Ger camp near to the park gate with some time to relax. Visit a small museum to learn about the national park, wild horses and how they were reintroduced some years ago from European zoos.

The best time to observe these wild horses in their natural habitat is the hours before sunset during which they come down from the mountains to drink. We take a short drive and hike to see the horses. for what should be a great opportunity to take photos.

Besides the horses the scenery is beautiful mountain and steppe. Return to the Ger camp for dinner and a free evening.

MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at ger camps.

OVERNIGHT: Ger Camp - click to learn more.

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DAY 10 - mongolia

GENGHIS KHAN’S STATUE COMPLEX & TERELJ NATIONAL PARK

After breakfast we continue 230 km (4 hours) to Terelj National Park famous for its natural beauty of forested alpine mountains and unusual rock formations.

On the way, we stop at the Genghis Khan’s Statue Complex in Tsonjin Boldog, which, at 40 meters, is the highest equestrian statue in the world. There are souvenir shops, a small museum and some other monuments in the base structure. From here, visitors can walk up by stairs or take an elevator to a deck on the horse’s head for a panorama view over the complex area and surrounding steppe.

After lunch continue to Terelj National Park visiting Turtle Rock and a Buddhist mediation temple with 108 stairs and a wire bridge, called Temple of Ariyabal. This temple is surrounded by mountains with massive rock formations. From the top, you can enjoy the views across the park.

In the evening, we visit a local nomad family in their Ger to experience firsthand how people live in the steppe, a lifestyle which has not changed for centuries. You can talk with the family asking about their daily tasks to get an idea of how nomadic people live alongside their livestock. There is the opportunity to horseback ride also included before heading to the ger camp top overnight.

MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at ger camps.

OVERNIGHT: Ger Camp - click to learn more.

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DAY 11 - mongolia

RETURN TO ULAANBAATAR FOR A CITY TOUR

After breakfast return to Ulaanbaatar for a city tour starting with a visit to Zaisan Memorial Hill located on the south side of the City beside the Bogd Khan Mountain. Here there are the best views over the city.

After lunch near to Zaisan, continue to visit “Gandan” Monastery, which is Mongolia’s largest functioning Buddhist monastery including the Mongolian Buddhist University. The highlight of visiting to Gandan is 26 meter-high majestic gilded indoor statue of Megjid Janraisig.

Next we visit Sukhbaatar square which lies at the heart of the city surrounded by important buildings such as the government palace, banks and theatres and the central post office. There is a statue of national hero Sukhbaatar and a massive bronze statue of Genghis Khan and four warriors in front of Parliament House.

Finish at your hotel to check in with free time for the rest of the day.

MEALS: Breakfast & Lunch.

OVERNIGHT: Bayangol Hotel ★ ★ ★ ★ click to view hotel.

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DAY 12 - on the train

FREE TIME TO EXPLORE THE CITY BEFORE DEPARTURE TOWARDS RUSSIA

Free time in Ulaanbaatar to further explore the city, shop for souvenirs, visit some of the museums or catch up on coffee and correspondence! Transfer to the station for your onward train through the grasslands to the Russian border.

Evening arrival at the Mongolia-Russia border at Sukhe-Bator. The stops on each side are long but manageable as Mongolia’s track is the same gauge as Russia so the bogies do not need to be changed.

MEALS: Hotel Breakfast.

OVERNIGHT: On the train - click to learn more.

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DAY 13 - IRKUTSK

PASS ULAN UDE & TRAVEL ALONG THE SHORES OF LAKE BAIKAL & ARRIVE AT IRKUTSK

Today is usually the scenic highlight of the entire journey, a day of lake, forest and mountain views. Early in the morning you reach Ulan Ude before joining the main Trans-Siberian line on to Moscow. Later in the day the train rumbles around the Southern shore of stunning Lake Baikal often passing within a matter of meters of the lake and providing endlessly changing vistas.

Afternoon arrival in Irkutsk, regarded as the modern day cultural capital of Siberia, famed for its traditional wooden architecture, complimented by a vibrant cafe and restaurant culture.

Transfer to your hotel and once settled in have a 2 hour walking tour of the city centre including the park and War Memorial, some of the beautiful churches along the Angara river, the main city centre streets and the statue of Alexander III - the Tzar responsible for the Trans-Siberian railway.

Return to your hotel with a free evening.

MEALS: None Today.

OVERNIGHT: Boutique Marussia Hotel ★ ★ ★ click to view hotel.

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DAY 14 - OLKHON ISLAND

TRANSFER TO OLKHON ISLAND BY PRIVATE VEHICLE & BOAT

After breakfast a guide will meet at the hotel to take you to Olkhon island by private car or minibus finishing the journey with a short boat trip to reach the island itself. Note that in the summer months there can be a queue for the ferry and it is not possible to pre-book a place on it in advance.

Transport on to Khuzhir village, the island’s main settlement with a population of 1,500 people and check-in to the hotel before seeing the sunset at Shaman cape - note it is also possible to organise a 2 hour boat trip to see the sunset from the lake for an additional local payment.

MEALS: Hotel Breakfast & Dinner.

OVERNIGHT: Lada Resort ★ ★ click to view resort.

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DAY 15 - OLKHON ISLAND

EXPLORE THE HIGHLIGHTS & VIEW POINTS OF OLKHON ISLAND BY CAR

Today we explore the island by private car. At 72 km long, Olkhon is the largest island in Lake Baikal and one of the best places from which to appreciate the serene vastness of the lake. It has varied scenery ranging from sandy beaches to the jagged cliffs of Choboi Cape.

The island is also considered one of the five poles of Shamanic energy by the Buryat people and there is certainly something spiritual about this jewel of Baikal.

MEALS: Hotel Breakfast & Dinner.

OVERNIGHT: Lada Resort ★ ★ click to view resort.

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DAY 16 - ON THE TRAIN

RETURN TO IRKUTSK WITH FREE TIME & DEPARTURE

After breakfast we make our way back to Irkutsk by boat and private mini-bus or car arriving in the afternoon. Some free time before a transfer to the station for your onward train.

MEALS: Hotel Breakfast.

OVERNIGHT: On the train - click to learn more.

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DAY 17 - ON THE TRAIN

GOOD SCENERY TODAY PASSING KRASNOYARSK & ONTO NOVOSIBIRSK

Some good scenery today with a landscape consisting of gently rolling hills and dense forests of larch, pine and birch trees. There are many rivers and ponds and if it hasn’t happened before now you will start to comprehend just how vast and quite untouched much of Russia is. Pass attractive and prosperous Krasnoyarsk reaching Siberia’s largest city of Novosibirsk in the evening.

MEALS: None today - however the train does have a dining car.

OVERNIGHT: On the train - click to learn more.

DAY 18 - EKATERINBURG

LAST DAY IN SIBERIA BEFORE ARRIVAL IN EKATERINBURG

The scenery today is flat, often swampy or forested and with few major settlements except for Omsk. In the evening you enter the rolling hills of the Ural's before arriving at Ekaterinburg, historic capital of this mineral rich region with a rich and fascinating history and surrounded by beautiful, rolling countryside dotted with traditional Siberian villages. Transfer by private car to your hotel to overnight.

MEALS: None today - however the train does have a dining car.

OVERNIGHT: Chekhov Boutique Hotel ★ ★ ★ ★ click to view hotel.

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DAY 19 - EKATERINBURG

FULL DAY COUNTRYSIDE & SIBERIAN VILLAGE EXPERIENCE

Today we drive out of the city to one of the photogenic country villages* that are scattered across the rolling scenery of the Ural mountains. Here we see a traditional Siberian “izba” house - a style suited to the often extreme environment - that can be seen right across Siberia. We also visit the local museum to learn about everyday life in this part of Russia and listen to a concert of local folk music. There will be time to explore the village with your guide and you will also enjoy a traditional Siberian homestyle lunch often using locally produced and seasonal ingredients. Return to Ekaterinburg late afternoon with a free evening.

*Depending on the day of your visit this trip will be to either Koptelovo, Nizhnyaya Sinyachikha or Mironovo village all approximately 150 km from Ekaterinburg.

MEALS: Hotel Breakfast & Restaurant Lunch.

OVERNIGHT: Chekhov Boutique Hotel ★ ★ ★ ★ click to view hotel.

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DAY 20 - EKATERINBURG

CITY TOUR, VISIT THE ROMANOVS SECRET GRAVE & STAND ASTRIDE THE EUROPE-ASIA BORDER

This morning your guide will take you on a 3 hour walking tour of the city’s highlights. Stop at the central square and see statues of Ekaterinburg’s founders and leaders and learn local stories, legends (and a few jokes!) related to them. Continue to the 1905 Revolution square before the most compelling story will be told at the beautiful Church of Spilled Blood located at the Romanovs’ Death Site and Chapel of St Elizabeth. We also see views of the city from the Hill of Ascension and visit the powerful Afghanistan memorial at the Square of the Red Army.

After lunch (own arrangement) drive 15 km north-west to a monastery dedicated to the Romanov’s family located on the spot where the Bolsheviks tried to hide the corpses of the Tsar and his family in a secret grave. Continue on to the continental border of Europe and Asia 20 km west of the city. On the way we make a short stop at the Memorial of Victims of the GULAGs. The Main Obelisk “Between Europe & Asia” allows you to straddle the continental divide and you also get a Certificate with a glass of sparkling wine!

Return to the city with free time before a late evening departure to Kazan.

MEALS: Hotel Breakfast.

OVERNIGHT: On the train - click to learn more.

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DAY 21 - KAZAN

AFTERNOON WALKING TOUR OF THE CITY’S HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDING THE KREMLIN

Late morning arrival in Kazan a wealthy city considered the “Third Capital of Russia” that successfully manages to blend both Islamic and Christian culture - even its Kremlin has both an Orthodox Cathedral and Mosque within its walls. With this blend the city has a colourful past and an optimistic future.

Check in to your hotel before a 4 hour walking tour of the city focusing on some of the Kremlin and some of the oldest streets including the Bauman, Karl Marx and what is known as the Big Red Street to see the Peter & Paul Cathedral. You will also see Mardzhani Mosque, Sultal-Galeev Square and the Virgin Monastery where the Kazan Virgin icon is housed.

Return to your hotel with free time for the rest of the day.

MEALS: None today - however the train does have a dining car.

OVERNIGHT: Guiseppe Hotel ★ ★ ★ ★ click to view hotel.

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DAY 22 - on the train

FREE MORNING BEFORE AN AFTERNOON TOUR TO TIMELESS SVIYAZHSK ‘ISLAND’ BY CAR & AN EVENING DEPARTURE

Free time this morning before checking out of your hotel. Your guide will meet you for a trip to Sviyazhsk ‘Island’ about an hour from the city centre. Located at the strategically important confluence of the Volga and Sviyaga Rivers, Sviyazhsk was founded in 1551 as a fortress. Today a visit here is like stepping back in time to an older, pre-Soviet Russia.

Return to Kazan with free time before an evening transfer for the train on to Moscow.

MEALS: Hotel Breakfast.

OVERNIGHT: On the train - click to learn more.

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DAY 23 - MOSCOW

ARRIVAL IN MOSCOW & A WALKING TOUR OF THE CITY

Wake to Moscow’s sprawling suburbs arriving at the city’s handsome Kazanskaya station. Transfer by private car to your hotel. Please note that hotel check-in time is 2pm although if a room is available you can go to it straight away. Guaranteed early check-in is not included. If you would like to add this please ask us.

Later this morning you will have the perfect introductory walking tour of central Moscow designed to orientate and open up its hidden treasures. Your guide will take you along the main streets and less visited back roads to see the diversity of architectural styles from the austere and restrained Russian style to richly decorated Moscow Baroque, elegant Empire, fascinating Art Nouveau and even Pseudo-Chinese and Moorish. Hear stories and legends not found in the guidebooks as well as passing the most important sites in the city including the Bolshoi Theatre, Tverskaya street, GUM Department store, Red Square and St Basil’s Cathedral.

MEALS: None Today.

OVERNIGHT: Budapest Hotel ★ ★ ★ click to view hotel.

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DAY 24 - MOSCOW

FREE DAY TO EXPLORE RUSSIA’S CAPITAL & ITS MANY WORLD CLASS SIGHTS

A free day to explore Moscow. The city has much to offer whatever the weather from the famous museums such as Pushkin Fine Arts and Tretyakov Art Gallery to more outdoor areas including the Park of the Fallen Idols and Novodevitchy Convent. Of course, if the weather is not so good Moscow is one of the few cities where a day spent on the metro is a tourist attraction with many beautiful stations to visit and all for the price of a single ticket! For relaxing we recommend the bars, galleries and cafes of the Red October district or the fabulous Gorky Park.

MEALS: Hotel Breakfast.

OVERNIGHT: Budapest Hotel ★ ★ ★ click to view hotel.

DAY 25 - end of tour

DEPART MOSCOW & RUSSIA AFTER YOUR EPIC TRANS-SIBERIAN ADVENTURE

Today is a free until a transfer to your onward travel from Russia. We sincerely hope that you will have enjoyed your epic journey as much as we have many times already and we look forward to welcoming you back on another one of our trips!

MEALS: Hotel Breakfast.

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