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As the world oldest trade route, the Silk Road is not only a road of business, but also a road of art and culture. Our private China Silk Road tours offer an easy and flexible pace tailored for everyone to experience the history, culture relics, ethnic minorities, landscape, and local interaction along the great Silk Road. With our local tour guides and exclusive arrangement, you will touch the heartbeat under the ground of the Silk Road.
Here are some inspirations for you to have a general ideas about the Silk Road in China. Contact us if you have any questions about the Silk Road Tour.
Jiaohe Ancient City—Turpan
Karakuli Lake-- Kashgar
The following routes are examples to help you tailor your own Silk Road tour. Remember all these Tibet tour packages can be changed according to your needs.
Let the world’s unique train – China Orient Express (also known as the Shangri-La Express) – take you to the Silk Road, which dates back to over 1,000 years, so that you can explore the best attractions of the ancient Silk Road in 2019!
Highlights along the Silk Road route are listed as below. Please inquire if you have any questions and our professtional travel consultant will reply within 1 working day.
The best time to travel is from May to October. Weather conditions are pleasant from late spring to early autumn, with an average temperature of 15 °C. Although summer weather can be scorching, the heat is dry and more comfortable than in the humid tropics. The scenery is ideal when the fruits ripen, the flowers are in full bloom, and green grass covers grassland areas.
Bring warm clothing even in the hot summer, as the temperature can change greatly between day and night in some places along the route.
Bring shoes suitable for walking.
Use sunscreen, sunglasses, and lip creams to protect your eyes and skin from the sun. Also consider bringing a moisturizer because the air is very dry in the desert areas.
Bring some medicine for diarrhea and heat stroke.
When visiting religious sites such as mosques, women should wear long–sleeve clothes. At certain times women are not allowed to enter mosques. Taking photos at some attractions is forbidden; please follow your tour guide's lead. When you shop at the market, bargaining is taboo if you do not intend to make the purchase.