summer trans-siberian

UNFORGETTABLE TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY JOURNEY

You will travel on the longest railroad in the world all the way from Moscow to Vladivostok 9,289 km (5,772 mi), through 7 time zones, 16 days or from Moscow to Beijing through Mongolia, 19 days. You will enjoy a unique experience of traveling with locals in regular trains. We will stop at many cultural, historical and natural places of interest. We selected the most interesting places to visit along the route, while skipping the tourist traps.
The Trans-Siberian tour is fully escorted (in the train as well) and all-inclusive: meals (including food on the train), excursions and accommodation.
Moscow - Vladivostok, 16 days (17 nights): Moscow, Kazan, Tobolsk, Tyumen, Irkutsk, Baikal lake, Ulan-Ude, Vladivostok

Map of trans-Siberian tour

Your experience and towns:

WHY TO CHOOSE TRAVEL WITH US

Baikal lake boat trip

Listvyanka village

During the boat trip our tourists often see phoca and mink in the lake in its natural habitat. Trip duration is 1 hour, so you will have time to enjoy beautiful views of Baikal. Also we will go to viewpoint in cablecar and have lunch at Baikal shore with local Baikal style food. We spend 2 nights at Baikal and you will have time to explore village by youself. ...Read more
Buddhist monastery

Ivolginsky Datsan, Ulan-Ude

Tibetan Buddhism and Orthodox Christianity are the most widespread religions in this region. Ivolginsky datsan is a monastery complex consisting of seven temples, a Buddhist University, priests’ houses. The Main Temple have a preserved body of the Khambo Lama Dashi-Dorzho Itigilov, who died in 1927 and is still sitting upright in the lotus position. ...Read more
Siberian Tiger, Vladivostok

Safari Park (70 km from the city)

The Siberian tiger is also known as the Amur , Manchurian or Ussurian tiger inhabiting mainly in the Russian Far East. The Safari Park is a fenced plot of forest located in about 70 km from Vladivostok. It helps wounded and sick animals, releases recovering animals back into the wild. In Safari Park you have opportunity to see Siberian Tiger in their natural environment. ...Read more
Russian sauna (banya)

Listvyuanka, Baikal

In Russian villages every house have Banya. Traditionally banya does not have chimney and smoke from firewood makes walls and ceiling of banya completely black. That black film makes air sterile, so women used Banya as special place to give birth. Also Banya is home of Bannik: bathhouse spirit in Slavic mythology. Banya temperatures can exceed 93 degrees Celsius (199 °F). Russian sauna improve your health, remove toxins, relieve muscles and have relaxation effect. ...Read more
Unusual and noteworthy cities.

Kazan, Tyumen, Tobolsk, Ulan-Ude

It is vivid example of mixed cultures and religions on the big territory of Russia. You will see Kazan kremlin with beautiful mosque and chirch inside. Tobolsk is unique place, it is a historical capital of Siberia. There is the only white Kremlin in Siberia. Ulan-Ude is famous by it giant head of Lenin and Buddhist monastery. ...Read more
Old Believers

Village near Ulan-Ude

After reforms of Patriarch Nikon of Moscow in 1654 Orthodox church split in 2 brunches. The Church anathematized and suppressed those who did not accept reforms and they were called "Old Believers". For their survival many Old Believers run to remote regions of Russia. Many of them moved to Buryatiya, near Baikal lake. Also Old Believers did not have private property, all money and recources were common, Old Believers could use these recources to start new business. That made Old Believers the most succesfull businessmen in Russia. ...Read more

Try Russian, Tatar, Buryat food

You will try traditional food of every region. In Kazan (muslim region) you will try Tatar food, in Ulan-Ude and Baikal (Buddhist region) Siberian and Buryat food, of course you will try traditional Russian (Slavic) food and Far Eastern food in Vladivostok.

Photos of our previous Transsiberian trips

During the trip we will stop here:

Moscow

Moscow

KAZAN

KAZAN

Tyumen

Tyumen

Tobolsk

Tobolsk

Irkutsk

Irkutsk

Moscow

Baikal

Ivolginsky Datsan

Ivolginsky Datsan

Ulan-Ude

Ulan-Ude

Vladivostok

Vladivostok

16 days

9,289 km (5,772 mi)

7 time zones

8 stops

Prices and services

Summer Trans-Siberian railway tour

Tour is fully escorted by English-speaking tour leader from the first to the last day including train

Meals:
Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Group size:
5-25 people
Escorted:
English-speaking tour leader
Train:
Compartments for 4 people
Hotel:
Hotels 4*, twin/double rooms
Guides:
English-speaking guides


Moscow - Vladivostok, 16 days (17 nights): Moscow, Kazan, Tobolsk, Tyumen, Irkutsk, Baikal lake, Ulan-Ude, Vladivostok

1 person
3800 EUR ~4725 USD

*Payment will be in USD in case of bank transfer. If you pay by card you will be charged equal amount in Russian roubles (actual amount deducted from your card will depend on currency conversion rate of your bank)


What is included in the price:

  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner including food in the train
  • Accomodation in hotels(twin/double) during stops in the cities
  • All transfers (including train tickets)
  • Two additional nights in hotel: the night before and after trip
  • Tickets to museums, Safari Park, horse ride etc.

What is not included:

  • Hotel upgrade to single room: 240EUR ~300USD
  • Train upgrade to compartment for 2 people: ~400EUR ~500USD
  • Air tickets to/from Russia

If group size will be less than 5 people, tour can be cancelled with 100% refund

Cancellation policy

- refund of 100% for the cancellation made 30+ days in advance
- refund of 80% for the cancellation made 29-15 days in advance
- refund of 50% for the cancellation made 15-7 days in advance
- no refund for the cancellation made 6-0 days in advance

Moscow - Vladivostok:

22 July - 6 August
22 Jul-6 Aug
3800 EUR ~4725 USD
12 August - 27 August
12 Aug-27 Aug
3800 EUR ~4725 USD
2 September - 17 September
2 Sep-17 Sep
3800 EUR ~4725 USD