The name Tajik came to denote a distinct nationality only in the modern period; not until the 1920s did an official Tajik territorial-administrative unit exist under that name. The area’s population is ethnically mixed, as it has been for centuries, but more than four-fifths of the population is ethnically Tajik, a proportion that rose with the emigration of non-Tajiks during the protracted civil war. Citizens of Tajikistan, regardless of ethnicity, are referred to as Tajikistanis.
Day 1:Arrive Dushanbe
Upon arrival, transfer to Dushanbe. First of we will visit Rudake Park, National library, White House, National state seal, and House of parliament, National park. After excursion in Central Museum, you will have lunch. Then you will visit to Gurminj Museum and visit Asian bazaar.
Day 2:Dushanbe – Kalai Khum
Drive to Kalai Khum village. You will see Norak water reservoir then view Shuraba pass. After drive along Afghanistan border starts. You will drive along Pyanj River. Visit the Pamirs. Nights in homestay.
Day 3:Kalai Khum – Dushanbe
Drive to Dushanbe via mountain road over high Khoburubot Pass. On the way, you will see small villages and meet local people. Night in hotel.
Day 4:Dushanbe – Iskanderkul
Today is to high Mountain lake – Iskanderkul. The road to the lakes goes over Anzob pass with amazing panorama views. Nights in home stay.
Day 5:Iskanderkul Lake – Dushanbe
Drive to Dushanbe via Anzob pass and drive 35 km to visit Hisor fortress, Botanical garden and Victory Park with a panorama view on the city. Night at hotel.
Day 6:Depart Dushanbe
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.
– 5 nights accommodation
– Sightseeing and transportation
– Daily breakfast
– Halal meals
– Airport Transfer
– Daily mineral water
– Entrance Fees
– English Tour Guide
– International Flight
– Beverages during meals
– Personal Expenses
– Travel Insurance
– Tipping tour guide and driver
– Visa fees