Tajikistan is small but immensely beautiful! Flowering valleys, high mountains, clear-water mountain lakes! We could talk for hours about Tajikistan, and still, it would not be enough to express its beauty!
One of the most amazing places in Tajikistan is certainly the Fann Mountains!
We will take you on an interesting journey to the land of mountains, pristine mountain streams, and colorful lakes! On our way to the mountains, you can admire rivers, forests of juniper trees, high mountain passes with high rocky peaks piercing the sky.
Throughout the Zarafshan Valley, you will bewitch an indescribable natural beauty like one of the stunning lakes Aloudin, Kulikalon, Marguzor (Seven Lakes), Big and Small Alo and the legendary Iskanderkul, or the magnificence of high mountain peaks like the five thousand meters high Chapdara and Chimtarga… and much more.
You will also be pleasantly surprised after spending the night in the mountains on the lake shores... You will have the feeling that you can touch the stars with your hands! So close they shine brightly in the sky.
The famous Russian singer Yuri Vizbor dedicated one of his poems to the Fann Mountains:
I left my heart in the Fan Mountains
Now I go across the plains heartless...
Based upon the experiences of our previous customers, here are our most popular itineraries in Tajikistan. Simply choose the one matching the days you are planning to spend and the activity you are mostly interested in. We have tried hard to cover all highlights of the country in each itinerary, and you will not miss any main attraction in any city. Moreover, our guides are always flexible and can take you to places off the beaten path by your request during the tour at no extra cost.
Tajikistan is a country in Central Asia, located in the foothills of the Pamir Mountains and has no access to the sea. It borders with Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan to the north and west, China to the east, Afghanistan - to the south.
Capital - the city of Dushanbe.
Tajikistan - the only Persian-speaking state in former Soviet Central Asia.
Population: 79.9% - Tajiks (speak the Tajik language), 17% - Uzbeks, 1.3% - Kirghiz, less than 1% - Russian.
Religion – Sunni Islam.
Tajikistan was created in 1924, as an autonomous republic within the Uzbek SSR.
The main specialization of the Tajikistan was the cotton industry. Meanwhile, in 60-70 years have created new industries - engineering, textile, electrical, chemical industry, as well as hydropower.
As a result of the collapse of the Soviet Union, Tajikistan became independent in 1991.
Tajikistan - a presidential republic.
Since 1994, the President is Emomali Rahmon, re-elected in 1999 and 2006. Legislative power is held by the Parliament - Majlisi Oli.
The climate in the country is continental with large daily and seasonal fluctuations in air temperature, low rainfall, dry air and low clouds. The average January temperature ranges from + 2 ... -2 ° C in the valleys and foothills of the south-west and the north of the republic to -20 ° C and falls below the Pamirs. The absolute minimum temperature reaches -63 ° C in the Pamirs (Bulunkul).
The average July temperature of 30 ° C in the lower valleys of the south-west to 0 ° C and below in the Pamirs. The absolute maximum temperature is 48 ° C (Nizhny Panj). In rare cases, the temperature reaches 60 ° C.
Tajikistan is a country with an ancient culture and traditions. An important role in Tajik culture play music and dance. Traditions of Tajik-Persian poetry, prose, manuscript, miniature count several centuries.