Journeys to Legendary Destinations at the Crossroads of Europe & Asia

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Yurts in Tash Rabat, Kyrgyzstan. Photo credit: Jered Gorman
Mongolia Golden Eagle Hunter. Photo credit: Jeremy Woodhouse
Photo credit: Russ Cmolik & Ellen Cmolik

Do You Crave Travel to Under-Explored Places?

So do we. Experience freedom from the familiar and let MIR guide you to the crossroads of Europe and Asia. Find trip ideas through our thoughtfully crafted itineraries, or explore the interactive map to discover what MIR can offer. Take a look at your options, from small group escorted tours to independent trips, from luxury rail journeys to custom and private travel.

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Traveler Reviews

  • "After a trip like this, a cruise looks pale in comparison. We feel we’ve experienced these countries and not just given them a cursory glance. Visiting some of the lesser-known areas added greatly to the whole experience. Getting to know the guides so well was an added benefit... A tough act to follow!"

    J. & G. MacDonald

    West Vancouver, BC, Canada

  • "I can't tell you how much my father and I enjoyed our trip to Central Asia, and I'm convinced it wouldn't have been nearly as much of a success had it not been for MIR."

    C. Wilson

    Tiburon, CA

  • "From the steps of the Potala Palace to the steppes of Mongolia, from spinning prayer wheels to sheep with their nomadic herders, this trip is a feast for the senses. The colors and images inside the monasteries, the sound of the horse-head Mongolian fiddles, the taste of yak-butter tea, the smell of incense burning, etc. All of these combine for an overriding impression of this stunning region of the world."

    K. Whitmer

    Bellingham, WA

  • "A great adventure. Something one should do once (at least) in life."

    J. Heldman

    Oakland, CA

  • "I liked every part for different reasons. We had such a nice combination of driving through the countryside, seeing the cities, and meeting friendly people."
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