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Tajikistan is still an unknown country to tourism. A vacation here is certainly an unusual journey.

Let our travel experts guide you and discover its many natural beauties, its lakes, mountains and stunning natural landscapes. It will be an adventure and tailormade tour you will never forget.

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  • Natural beauties of Tajikistan

    Tajikistan is the smallest of the central Asia countries, it has some of the highest peaks such as the Imoil Somoni (7495 meters) and the biggest glacier outside the polar regions ( Fedchenko glacier ). More than 50% of the country is at more than 3000 meters and 93% of is made of mountains. The main centers of the region, Dushanbe, Khujand and Penjikent all have a great heritage of the persian culture from the past.
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  • Alovaddin Kalonov

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    A key member of expeditions, trekking and MTB tours in the Pamirs ...

Why visit Tajikistan

Tajikistan is a landlocked country in Central Asia, its capital city is Dushanbe. It's located on a mainly mountainous territory and two are the most important mountain ranges, Trans-Alaj in the north and Pamir in the south. These include the highest mountains of Central Asia, such as Ismail Samani peak, 7495 m high. Main rivers are Dyr Darya, Amu Darya, Kafirnigan, Vahsh and Pjandz.

The climate is continental, with strong temperature ranges, while rainfalls are scarce. Winter in Tajikistan is freezing cold while summer is extremely hot and spring almost doesn't exist. The fauna is rich and varied, ranging from the big mountain mammals such as snow leopards, wolves, yaks, steinbocks, Marco Polo sheep with their beautiful spiral horns, golden eagles and boars. The flora is typically mountainous, including edelweiss, cotton and juniper.

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