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Rumi Trail, ancient routes of a timeless poet


Follow the footsteps of Mevlana Rumi from Uzbekistan and Tajikistan via Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria to Turkey.


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Welcome to the website of the Rumi Trail. The Rumi Trail runs from Uzbekistan and Tajikistan via Balkh in Afghanistan to Konya, Turkey. The foundation can be contacted for the latest details as we are in the early stages of setting up the trail and website.

Trail development is in full swing and as more info becomes available, it will be added.

Rumi Trail

Our journey begings in Nukus at the northern part of Uzbekistan in the Republic of Karakalpakstan. 1470 kilometers of adventure, culture, mystical experience through the cities of Khiva, Bukhara, Samarkand to Termes.

In the coming period, we will explore more of the Rumi Trail in Turkey and reveal some of its myths and mystics.

Heart of the silk route

Rumi trail starts at the very heart of the Silk Road. Crossroads of routes, cultures, religions, civilazations and more.

100% Adventure

Pure adventure in unknown and uncharted territories..

I believe in the religion of Love, whatever direction its caravans may take, for Love is my religion and my faith.


– Ibn Arabi

The true miracle is not walking on water or walking in air, but simply walking on this earth.


Thich Nhat Hanh

I Lost Everything, I Have Found Myself.


Jalaluddin Rumi

This is love: to fly toward a secret sky, to cause a hundred veils to fall each moment. First to let go of life. Finally, to take a step without feet.


Jalaluddin Rumi

Special Events

September 2023

Development Cycling Trail from Imranlı in province of Sivas to Konya in Turkey

Dream and you will find yourself in Imranli in the province of Sivas cycling through central Turkey to the tomb of Rumi in Konya.

We pass Sivas, Kayseri, Nigde and Karaman before entering Konya

Do you like to join? Send us an email.


Cycling Press Tour Turkey

Promotion tour of the brand new cycling route through Turkey with journalists and writers.