Tours Class: 1 Days Tour
Activities: Visiting the knife town of Yegisar which represents Uyghur knife (manufacture) in Xinjiang and China. Visiting the Golden Graveyard which dates back to the 17th century and is the burial place of Royal family members of the Yarkand Uyghur Kingdom. Visiting the Karasu section of Taklamakan Desert in Yarkand. The Taklamakan Desert was named as ‘Sea of Death’ by ancient caravans from the ancient Silk Road.
Activities: Davakul Lake is located on the southeastern tip of the Taklimakan Desert. The meaning of Davakul in the Uyghur language is ‘curing lake’ . People swim in its waters to seek cures for their ailments. There you have options to ride a camel, horse or one of the dune buggies in the Taklamakan Desert.
Activities: This tour will ascend through steeply walled canyons and over Rocky River bed terrain. This tour involves climbing up a series of ladders placed to make the scramble to the base of the arch easier. The arch is 500m high and 100m wide, and is one of the least known of the top twenty natural wonders of the world.
Activities: Travelling on the Karakorum Highway, the highest paved border crossing in the world and regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful highways. Visiting the Karakul Lake, and enjoying the views of Mt. Muztagh Ata and Mt Gonger. Visiting a Kirgiz yurt to understand the local way of life up at the Karakul Lake on the Karakorum Highway.
Activities: Kashgar city tour is one of the highlights of your trip to the Silk Road. Because Kashgar is a cradle for Uyghur culture, our day tour is designed to help you to understand the history, culture, custom of its people.