Looking for a long trip in Asia?

Asia is big. Like really big. If you include the ‘Stans and the Southern Siberian Steppe, you’re looking at about 17 million square miles of pure, blank travel canvas. How you color it in is kind of up to you. You could start in Istanbul and work your way through Pakistan, Mongolia and China, following the old Silk Road. Or you could slow it right down and spend three months uncovering every inch of South East Asia – white beaches in Thailand, Angkor temples in Cambodia, pristine waterfalls in Laos…and more pad thai, Jungle Curry and fried crickets than your pants can handle.

One month in Asia  

Follow the Silk Road through Central Asia and travel to Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan. See Kyrgyz mountains...
Journey from Xi'an to Bishkek and encounter the legends of the Silk Road, vibrant Tibetan culture, ancient imperial...
USD $2,755
CAD $3,685
AUD $3,630
EUR €2,469
GBP £1,859
NZD $3,903
ZAR R35,641
CHF FR2,674
Travel Overland from Kathmandu to Mumbai and see why India and Nepal are two of the world's most popular off-road...
USD $3,510
CAD $3,843
AUD $4,570
EUR €3,165
GBP £2,350
NZD $4,915
ZAR R42,120
CHF FR3,240
Take an adventure from Thailand to Bali, via Malaysia. This tour of South-East Asia captures some of the region's...
USD $3,550
CAD $4,005
AUD $4,770
EUR €3,175
GBP £2,450
NZD $5,125
ZAR R43,950
CHF FR3,380
Travel into the heart and soul of Indochina on this comprehensive tour of Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia....
USD $4,477
CAD $4,900
AUD $5,830
EUR €3,880
GBP £2,995
NZD $6,265
ZAR R53,730
CHF FR4,135
Gear up for an energising and rewarding cycling tour that takes in the best of Southeast Asia. Bike your way around...
USD $4,495
CAD $6,040
AUD $5,860
EUR €4,032
GBP £3,019
NZD $6,299
ZAR R56,994
CHF FR4,495
Experience contrasts, chaotic metropolises, serene landscapes and enchanting locals on this Asian adventure. Explore...
USD $5,463
CAD $6,619
AUD $7,770
EUR €5,050
GBP £3,975
NZD $8,355
ZAR R89,165
CHF FR5,585
Travel the Silk Road from China through Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan

Our longest trips in Asia 

USD $1,989
CAD $2,326
AUD $2,715
EUR €1,915
GBP £1,400
NZD $2,980
ZAR R25,540
CHF FR1,965
Discover the irrepressible colours and cultures of India on this extended holiday through one of the world's most...
USD $2,911
CAD $3,411
AUD $3,980
EUR €2,595
GBP £2,060
NZD $4,365
ZAR R37,420
CHF FR2,770
Embark on an epic journey to explore the best of Indochina. Venture out from Bangkok - via Lunag Prabang, Hanoi, Ho...
USD $7,310
CAD $9,773
AUD $9,656
EUR €6,565
GBP £4,941
NZD $10,376
ZAR R97,568
CHF FR7,304
Join Intrepid on the ultimate adventure travel experience in Nepal and India. From Kathmandu, travel into the heart...
USD $11,650
CAD $15,603
AUD $15,306
EUR €10,476
GBP £7,855
NZD $16,457
ZAR R152,393
CHF FR11,640
Travel to Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkey. See the Great Wall of China and Istanbul’s Blue Mosque. Discover Baku...


Bagan, Myanmar

Even Marco Polo was impressed by Bagan (and that guy got around). He called it ‘one of the finest sites in the world’, and despite decades of looting, erosion and the occasional earthquake, he’s still as right as ever. In the lead up to a big Mongol invasion, the kings of Bagan commissioned 4,000 temples built over 26 square miles. It didn’t stop the Mongols (big surprise) but it will stop you in your tracks.

The Great Wall, China

Wiggling across the landscape like a giant stone worm, China’s Great Wall pretty much does what it says on the tin. It’s a wall. It’s pretty great. It runs for 13,000 miles, all the way from Liaoning province to the wind-scoured rubble of the Gobi Desert. Obviously it’s a big tourist site, but we know the sections where you’ll find fewer crowds (and get the best photos). It’s on the Bucket List for a reason, folks. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.

The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan

One of those ‘You’ve got to see it to believe it’ icons, the Door to Hell is an eternally burning gas pit in the Karakum Desert of Turkmenistan. A few Soviet scientists set fire to it decades ago and it’s been burning ever since. If you like your landmarks with a touch of wacky irony, this will be right up your alley. Plus it’s a great reason to venture off the beaten track and check out Turkmenistan, possibly the only country in the world with an enormous revolving statue of gold.

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