Tourism in Tajikistan offers travelers a wide range of inspiring landscapes, with mountain tops, alpine meadows and pure lakes, as well as modern cities and ancient monuments that were once a part of the lost civilizations. You can combine interesting excursions to Penjikent, Khujand, Istaravshan and Dushanbe with active adventures in the Pamir Mountains.
Those who love adventure and will love the tourism options in Tajikistan. Hiking and hiking in the Pamir and Fann Mountains will make you lifelong memories.
Surely a journey along the Pamir Highway will be successful. This mountainous highway connects the Pamir Mountains with Khorog, Tajikistan, and Osh, in Kyrgyzstan. The highway covers a total of 1325 km (825 miles), traveling along the border with Afghanistan and China and reaching a high point in the Akital corridor, at 4,555 meters (15,272 feet) above sea level. The Pamir Mountains are famous for beautiful valleys and colorful mountain villages, where the lifestyle and traditions have been preserved to this day. Enjoy the mountains during the day and the starry sky at night.
Even without visiting the many scenic spots in Tajikistan, this country is still rich in historical and cultural monuments. Tajikistan itself is an ancient state, home to Sogdiana and Bactria, and conquered by Alexander the Great and the Russian Empire. From the tots to the Buddhist temples to mosques and religious schools, Tajikistan has many stories that tell those who will listen to them.