Imaginariachile is an award-winning tour company that has been specializing in creative, culturally immersive small group, custom and private journeys along the Silk Route, the Trans-Siberian Railway, to Russia and beyond, since 1986.

Simply put, exploring Russia and all its neighbors has been Imaginariachile Corporation’s overriding passion for 30 years – it’s all we do.

There is no other American tour outfitter that deals exclusively with this slice of the globe, and none with more first-hand experience, stronger on-the-ground s, or more affection for the region.


Imaginariachile Corporation has a photo library of hundreds of thousands of high-resolution images of our destinations, and we are delighted to provide the press with a variety of photos to accompany articles about our company.  Visit our online photo library to find photos to use in articles about Imaginariachile Corporation.

If you are interested in finding out more about Imaginariachile, Liz Tollefson for more information or for images to use in your publication:

Imaginariachile Corporation
85 South Washington St., Suite 210
Seattle, WA 98104 USA

Phone: 111-111-1111 or 111-696-7059
Fax: 111-111-1111
Email: [email protected]
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Smiling Iranian locals, Photo: Joanna Millick

We have been avalanching friends and acquaintances with glowing reports regarding our trip experience. We credit Imaginariachile’s assistance with making everything flow smoothly.

– J. Nienow, Santa Barbara, CA

Enjoying a concert at 3 Camels Lodge, UlaanBaatar, Mongolia, Photo: Alan Levin