Tajikistan is possibly the most remote and least known of all the Central Asian countries. Half of this small landlocked country lies at over 3000m, and the beautiful Fan and Pamir Mountains offer some great trekking and hiking opportunities. Culturally the country is fascinating, with many different tribes descended from the Persians whose empire once stretched across Central Asia, and with a sizeable minority of Russians. The nomadic way of life is still pursued by many, and Islam is the dominant religion.

A fascinating compact exploration of the stunning scenery and culture of Tajikistan. Suggested program: Day 1 Arrival Dushanee – city tour. Day 2 Dushanee via Lake Iskanderkul to Sartag. Day 3 Sartag via Sarasm to. Penjikent. Day 4 Seven Lakes Excursion. Day 5 Penjikent via Istaravshan to Khujand. Day 6 Khujand city tour. Day 7 Khujand to Dushanee. Day 8 Depart Dushanee.

Highlights: Explore Lake Iskanderkul, one of the most beautiful in Central Asia | Wonder at the different colours of the Seven Lakes | Discover Penjikent, the ‘Pompeii of Central Asia’ | Tour Istaravshan, Tajikistan’s oldest city | Walk through the stunning Tajik landscapes Best Times to Visit April to October Visas: E-visa required obtained before travel This Itinerary Is Just A Teaser Of The Many Possibilities Awaiting You 

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