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Special Offers & Savings

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MIR has a variety of special offers available on select small group tours and rail journeys by private train. Act now before the trips fill up or the offers expire!

Plan Now, Pay Later – Now Extended


New Reservations for Future Adventures

We know many of you are ready to plan your future adventure, and with so many people who deferred trips to 2021, some trips for this year are already sold out. No need to wait — now you can make plans without pressure with our Plan Now, Pay Later policy.

No Deposits and Full Flexibility

Now you have more time to take advantage of this special offer. Make a new reservation for a 2021 or 2022 Small Group Tour, Flexible Essential Private Trip, or Custom Private Journey before April 30, 2021, and we’ll hold your place with no deposit required until May 31, 2021. Traveler agrees to pay a non-refundable deposit of $750 for Small Group Tours and Flexible Essential Private Trips, or $1,000 for Custom Private Journeys on/by May 31, 2021 to reconfirm participation; and once received by MIR, our standard booking terms and conditions then apply.

Flexible Transfers: Deposits are fully transferable up to the final payment date. You may transfer your deposit up to the final payment due date on any Small Group Tour, Flexible Essential Private Trip, or Custom Private Journey to another departure date* through December 31, 2022.

*Based on availability. Traveler is responsible for any price difference incurred with their future trip.

Offer for new bookings only with land tour (or pre-tour extension) departing after July 31, 2021. Not applicable to Rail Journeys by Private Train or Special Tours. Please contact us for more details about offers that may be applicable to those trip types.

Our expert travel planners are on hand to talk with you about all the trip options – whether that’s by joining an intimately sized group, or plotting your own private travel path – give us a call or drop us a line to get started.

When the time is right for you, we look forward to talking travel with you. In the meantime, we hope you’ll wander about our new website and find inspiration for your future travel dreams.

Multi-tour Special Offer


Save $100 per person, per tour, when you book more than one small group tour or rail journey by private train for trips departing the same year. The number of trips you can book in one year is unlimited.

  • Valid on scheduled group tours only (not applicable to Flexible Essential trips or any custom, private journey)
  • Combinable with the early booking special offers on rail journeys by private train and small group tours
  • Subject to availability of the tour at the time of reservation
  • Subject to change without notice
  • No expiration date

Traveling solo on a select rail journey by private train? 


Save 50% off the single supplement on these select rail journey departures aboard the Golden Eagle:

  • Trans-Siberian Classic Route Between Moscow and Vladivostok (Eastbound
  • Trans-Siberian Mongolian Route with Naadam Festival (Eastbound)
  • More information about this special offer:
    • Only valid on select Golden Eagle rail journey by private train departures in Silver Class (offer does not apply to Gold Class or Imperial Suite cabins)
    • Subject to availability of the tour at the time of reservation and for a limited time only
    • Subject to change without notice
    • Not combinable with any other offers
On Board the Trans-Siberian Train. Photo credit: Martin Klimenta
Budapest Palace, Hungary
Golden Eagle Danube Express attendants
St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, Russia. Photo credit: Marina Karptsova
Ulaanbaatar’s Gandan Monastery houses a 20-ton gilded statue of “the Lord Who Looks in Every Direction.” Photo credit: Ana Filonov
  • On Board the Trans-Siberian Train. Photo credit: Martin Klimenta On Board the Trans-Siberian Train. Martin Klimenta
  • Budapest Palace, Hungary Budapest Palace, Hungary.
  • Golden Eagle Danube Express attendants Golden Eagle Danube Express attendants.
  • St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, Russia. Photo credit: Marina Karptsova St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow, Russia. Marina Karptsova
  • Ulaanbaatar’s Gandan Monastery houses a 20-ton gilded statue of “the Lord Who Looks in Every Direction.” Photo credit: Ana Filonov Ulaanbaatar’s Gandan Monastery houses a 20-ton gilded statue of “the Lord Who Looks in Every Direction” Ana Filonov

Have questions about any of these special offers?

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