Walk Tajikistan

Dushanbe, Nofin, Artuch Alp, Fann Mountains, Khujand, Iskanderkul & Dushanbe

From £2500 per person in low season
From £2900 per person in high season

based on 10 nights & daily experiences

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  • Accommodation

  • Private transfers

  • Daily experiences

  • Full Board

  • Cook, donkey handlers and donkeys during the camping

Price is based on two people sharing one room.

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At a Glance

  • Traverse through a nation swept with 93% mountain panoramas

  • Trek through pristine, untouched nature with crystal clear lakes & oasis of jade green vegetation

  • Unravel wealth of history in Tajikistan's less-visited Silk Road cities

  • Unfold the nation's Persian heritage in Khujand and Istaravshan

  • Camping arrangement possible for the adventurous intrepid travellers

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A mountainous country ideal for trekking, Tajikistan is best visited between July-September when the snows begin to clear leaving high mountain roads and hiking paths more accessible. It is best to avoid winters when temperatures plummet below 0°C and heavy snow may slow down or block road access. Tajikistan is the wettest of the Central Asia nations, with the average annual precipitation around 500-600mm and up to 1,500mm in the mountains.

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Adventurous trekkers who brave the Fann Mountains will be thrillingly rewarded with soaring landscapes of layered mountain panoramas and azure alpine lakes. Key Silk Road cities of Tajikistan will also be visited for a dose of cultural insight into this truly off-the-beaten nation.

  1. Fly into Dushanbe

  2. Days 1-2: Dushanbe

    Take a tour of Dushanbe, Tajikistan's capital and largest city before heading to Hissar fortress. Visit Monument of Ismoili Somoni, Rudaki Park, Presidential Palace, Museum of National Antiquities, Navruz Palace and Botanical Garden.

    Accommodation: Hyatt Regency Dushanbe (1 night)

  3. Days 2-4: Nofin, Tajikistan

    Visit Penjikent, hometown of famous Persian poet Rudaki. You will visit the UNESCO-listed Sarazm settlement before continuing to Nofin where you will stay for the night. In Nofin, you will make a day excursion to visit two of the lakes in the gorgeous Seven Lakes region, set in the valley surrounded by forest.

    Accommodation: Nofin Guesthouse (2 nights)

  4. Days 4-5: Fann Mountains

    Continue to Artuch Alp, your starting point before you begin your trekking to Fann Mountains. You may want to either take it easy for the day, or if you are an avid hiker, you can consider going on a trek to Chukurak Lake.

    Accommodation: Artuch Alp Base Camp (1 night)

  5. Days 5-8: Fann Mountains

    Your trekking will pass through the glistening, stunning alpine lakes of Tajikistan, such as Kulikalon, Bibi Janat, Dushoha and eventually up to Alauddin Pass which offers great views of all Kulikalon lakes as well as the snow-capped Fann Mountains. Rest for your final night by the shore of Alauddin Lake.

    Accommodation: Fann Mountains Camping (3 nights)

  6. Days 8-9: Khujand & The Ferghana Valley

    You will then be driven to Khujand, one of Central Asia's oldest cities with more than 2,500 years of history. Visit Khujand Historical Museum, Registan Square, Panjshanbe Bazaar and Shaikh Muslihaddin Mosque and Arbob Place.

    Accommodation: Khujand Grand Hotel (1 night)

  7. Days 9-10: Iskanderkul

    Continue onwards to Iskanderkul Lake, where you can do some trekking to Alexander's Hat, Snake Lake and Iskanderkul Waterfall.

    Accommodation: Iskanderkul Cottages (1 night)

  8. Days 10-11: Dushanbe

    A scenic drive brings you to Dushanbe to rest for the night before transferring to airport for your flight home.

    Accommodation: Hyatt Regency Dushanbe (1 night)

  9. Fly home from Dushanbe


Dushanbe, Nofin, Artuch Alp, Fann Mountains, Khujand, Iskanderkul & Dushanbe

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