Caspian Odyssey

Seek out the spellbinding magic of the Silk Road on this experiential voyage through Central Asia. This extraordinary journey takes in the magnificent countries of Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan - venturing into a part of the world, difficult to reach for the ordinary traveller. Situated on a historic crossroads of trade, religion, language, and the arts, this intriguing region is an exquisite melting pot of cultures, cuisines, and communities - blending the provincial with the palatial, the ancient with the avant-garde. Experience this magical region in style, aboard our luxurious Private Train - the Golden Eagle. A sumptuous melange of elusive grandeur, ornate decor, and the finest gastronomy - the Golden Eagle is an ode to the golden era of travel. Meander through the tranquil natural beauty of the South Caucasus region, experience the electrifying buzz of the UNESCO honoured cities of Khiva, Merv, Bukhara and Samarkand, and embark on the adventurous crossing of the Caspian Sea, over the course of this breathtakingly beautiful 16-day journey.

Caspian Odyssey (Yerevan to Almaty)

Embark on a pilgrimage through paradise, with this 16-day immersive showcase of the mysticised lands of the Caspian Sea. From Armenia to Kazakhstan, this epic adventure heads east through a magnificent backdrop of majestic medieval cities, breath-taking archaeological architecture, and palatial Islamic masterpieces.

yerevan – lake sevan - dilijan – tbilisi – telavi - gori – uplistsikhe – mtskheta – baku - cross the caspian sea – ashgabat – darvaza gas crater – khiva - bukhara - samarkand – tashkent – almaty

Caspian Odyssey (Tashkent to Yerevan)

This magical journey transports you from the spellbinding country of Uzbekistan to one of the oldest cities in the world, Yerevan. From the luxury of the Golden Eagle, take in the ever-changing vista as you are transported through this captivating region. Journey through awe-inspiring tapestry of ancient fortresses, cosmopolitan capitals, and rugged mountain ranges.

Tashkent - Samarkand - Bukhara - Khiva - Darvaza - Ashgabat - Baku - Tbilisi - Telavi - Mtskheta - Gori - Borjomi - Dilijan - Lake Sevan - Yerevan