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Tajikistan is extremely mountainous and serves as a connecting point for several of the world's highest mountain ranges. Massive ranges of the Tian Shan mountain system occupy northern and central Tajikistan, with smaller spurs extending across the northwestern portion of the country into Uzbekistan. Foothills and steppes occupy the western third of the country. The majority of people in Tajikistan have a rural way of life, and many live in traditional rural villages. Those villages situated near rivers or irrigation canals usually contain several hundred single-family houses, but those located on the steep mountain slopes are much smaller. After the civil war in 1992, sporadic fighting continued, largely in remote areas. A comprehensive peace accord was signed in June 1997, which finally allows you to visit this country, albeit tourist facilities are undeveloped, and many goods and services taken for granted in other countries are unavailable.

Route of the Caravans: The Silk Road
Duration:18 days

A Cultural tour of Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan & Kyrgyzstan

Explore the heart of Central Asia – the fabled “Land of the Caravans” – on this exciting 18-day journey. As the world’s oldest and longest trade route, the Silk Road linked Eastern and Western cultures for more than a thousand years.. Read More >>>
The Sunday Bazaar: Kashgar to Ashgabat
Duration:18 days

A Cultural tour of China, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan & Turkmenistan

The growth of bazaars was a natural phenomenon as the silk road and caravans routes started growing.. Read More >>>