Discover Tajikistan: The Jewel of Central Asia
Welcome to Tajikistan, a hidden gem in the heart of Central Asia. This stunning country offers a unique blend of natural beauty, rich history, and warm hospitality. Explore this travel brochure to uncover the wonders that await you in Tajikistan.

Experience the Natural Beauty:
- *Pamir Mountains*: Tajikistan is home to the majestic Pamir Mountains, often referred to as the "Roof of the World." Hike through pristine valleys, witness breathtaking glaciers, and meet the friendly Wakhi and Pamiri people.

- *Fann Mountains*: Immerse yourself in the Fann Mountains' emerald lakes and lush green landscapes, perfect for trekking, camping, and photography.

- *Iskanderkul Lake*: Visit the stunning Iskanderkul, a turquoise mountain lake surrounded by lush greenery. It's an ideal spot for a tranquil picnic or a refreshing swim.

Cultural Riches:
- *Dushanbe*: The capital city is home to the National Museum, where you can explore Tajikistan's history and culture. Don't miss a stroll along Rudaki Avenue and the vibrant local bazaars.

- *Khujand*: Discover the historical city of Khujand, with its ancient bazaars, museums, and the famous Sugd Statue.

- *Pamiri Culture*: Immerse yourself in the unique traditions and customs of the Pamiri people. Enjoy their delicious cuisine and learn about their ancient way of life.

Adventure Awaits:
- *Trekking and Hiking*: Tajikistan is a hiker's paradise with countless trails of varying difficulty levels. From the Fann Mountains to the Pamirs, there's something for everyone.

- *Pamir Highway*: Drive along the Pamir Highway, one of the world's highest roads, offering unparalleled vistas of the rugged landscapes.

- *White-Water Rafting*: Take on the challenge of white-water rafting on the fast-flowing rivers of Tajikistan, an exhilarating experience for adventure seekers.

Practical Information:
- *Visa*: Check the Tajikistan embassy for visa requirements before your trip.

- *Currency*: The official currency is the Tajik Somoni (TJS).

- *Language*: Tajik is the official language, but Russian is widely spoken, especially in urban areas.

- *Climate*: Tajikistan has a continental climate with cold winters and warm summers. Plan your visit accordingly.

Come and explore Tajikistan, a land of untamed beauty, rich heritage, and endless adventure. Book your journey today and create memories that will last a lifetime.

  • Day 1/2: Dushanbe (900m)

    Dushanbe City Tour will introduce you to the capital of Tajikistan. You will visit main sights of the city and its surroundings: National Museum, Hissar fortress, National Museum of Tajikistan, Oriental bazzar Mehrgon and monument of Ismail Somoni with the Rudaki Park.

  • Day 4: Kalai-Khumb – Khorog (240km 6-7hours 2000m)

    Today You will see Afghanistan from the right side across the river. Continue driving to Khorog, a small mountain valley town, the capital of the Autonomous Gorno-Badakhshan region (GBAO). The city lies 2000 m above sea level, strung out irregularly along the slopes of the dashing Gunt River. A few kilometers downstream, the Gunt merges with the Panj, the river that marks the border with Afghanistan. After arriving possibility walk around the town and enjoy the bazzar with the statue of the herro from the Soviet Union time.

  • Day 5: Khorog – Yamg(140 km, 4-5hrs)

    Today You will start the day with a visit to the second highest Botanic Garden in the world and museum. Here we would leave the M41 Pamir Highway and join the stretch of road that follows the Afghan border along the Wakhan Valley. Continue to a famous mineral hot spring Garm-Chashma. Cross and Ishkashim, a small town at the mouth of the Wakhan valley, where the 19th century Great Game ended. Continue up the north side of the river with amazing views of the Pamir on your left and the Hindu Kush on the ride sides; a number of peaks in view are above 6,000 m. On the way, visit Kah-Kaha, one of the old fortresses on the Silk Road.

  • Day 6: Yamg– Langar(160km,5-6hrs)

    Today drive to the ruins of Yamchun Fortress (4-3rd centuries B.C.), sacred hot springs of Bibi Fatima Zahra, the Museum of Sufi Muborak-Kadami Vakhani, a local Sufi scholar, theologian, poet and traveller, who died in 1910. There is a stone pillar with a hole near his house that he used to calculate a solar calendar and a building with inions and decorations. We will also visit Buddhist Stupa.

  • Day 7: Langar- Bulunkul (200km 6hours 3700m)

    Today start driving the day with a trip to petroglyphs. There are more than 6000 rock carvings made by prehistoric people. Continue driving to Khargush, source of Panj River, via Khargush Pass (4344 m). After arriving small walk to the lake of Yashilkul and come back to Bulunkul village.

  • Day 8: Bulunkul– Murgab(280km,6-7hrs 3600m)

    Get up for sunrise and catch the small ponds and lakes perfectly still on a calm morning. Drive from Bulunkul through Alichur range and Alichur village contunue to Murghab.

  • Day 9: Murgab – Karakul Lake-Osh (600km 10-11hrs)

    Today we start early in the morning transfer to the Karakul Lake. The road to the Karakul Lake lies through the Ak-Baital (White Horse) Pass, the highest pass (4655 m) in the former USSR. People call it “The Roof of the World”. After stopover at the Karakul Lake, the largest lake in Tajikistan (3914 m), drive to Osh (Kyrgyzstan) via Kyzylart and Taldyk Passes. Arrive at border check point. The border checkpoints are located 9 km far from each other; Tajik and Kyrgyz drivers will interchange. Head to Osh (230 km, 3-4 hours).n

  • Day 10: Drive to airport is 15-20minute.

    Transfer to the airport and the end of the services.


Book for $95

Mountain guide

Abdul Karim

One of the best experienced Mountain guide ever.


Nationality Tajik

Languages English

Data

25 JAN

Distance

8.5 KM

Group size

10

Duration

10 DAYS

The Pamir Mountains, often referred to as the "Roof of the World," are a majestic mountain range located in Central Asia, primarily in Tajikistan. Here are some beautiful and fascinating aspects of the Pamir Mountains:

The Pamirs are home to some of the highest peaks in the world outside the Himalayas. Peak Ismoil Somoni (formerly Communism Peak) is the highest at 7,495 meters (24,590 feet), followed by Peak Lenin at 7,134 meters (23,406 feet) and Peak Korzhenevskaya at 7,105 meters (23,310 feet).

  • Mountain

    Pamir

  • Address

    Tajikistan Pamir

  • Altitude

    4000 m

  • Area

    2000 m2

  • Participant

    2/14

  • Facilities

    All types


High difficulty

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Book for $95
ParticipantsStart dateDuration
828 / 08 / 20203 days
1005 / 11 / 20203 days
1531 / 10 / 20203 days