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Tajikistan

Tajikistan is a rugged, mountainous, landlocked country with lush valleys to the north and south. It saw very few visitors during the 20th century when it was a Soviet Republic, and even less when independence in 1991 led to a disastrous civil war that finally ended in 1997. Since then travellers have begun to return, tracing parts of the route Marco Polo took across the Pamir Plateau on his way to the court of Kublai Khan.

The scenery here is magnificent, dominated by the 7,495 metre high Ismoil Somoni peak - the highest in the country, and the former Soviet Union. Today, the ancient Silk Road routes, incorporating some of Tajikistan's most stunning landscapes, offer a glimpse into a more prosperous era.p>

And a journey along the 'Pamir Highway', from Osh in Krygyzstan to Murgab in Tajikistan near the southern Kyrgyz border, via along the banks of the Wakhan River (on the Afghan border) and north to Khorog and Dushanbe, will quite literally take your breath away!

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Tajikistan Tour Itineraries

All GetAboutAsia itineraries are customisable to suit your interests, budget and timeframe. To get you started we've listed some of our favourites below. Our Asia Travel Experts are waiting to answer your questions.

Multi-Country Tour Itineraries with Tajikistan

All GetAboutAsia itineraries are customisable to suit your interests, budget and timeframe. To get you started we've listed some of our favourites below. Our Asia Travel Experts are waiting to answer your questions.

Tajikistan: Pamir Highway Adventure

12 Days, from AU $3,532

On this classic Pamir Highway adventure view some of the worlds most impressive mountain scenery, immerse yourself in the culture of the Pamirs and haggle in Tajikistan's most exotic market.

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Historic Highlights of Central Asia

17 Days, from AU $2,116

Explore medieval blue-domed cities, ancient bazaars and rugged landscapes. Central Asia encapsulates the romance of the Silk Road like nowhere else. Follow the paths of Alexander the Great, Ghengis Khan and Timur.

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