Tours
Explore new horizons with Us

 

Duration:  10 days, 9 nights
Availability: From April – till November
Requirements: Trekking shoes, waterproof & warm clothes, hat, sunscreen & sunglasses

Price: From 950 USD 

Included Excluded
⦁ All Transfer according to the program
⦁ Vehicle (4WD) with professional drivers 
⦁ Accommodation described in the program
(hotels, guest houses, homestays, yurts)
⦁ Full board meals, mineral water
⦁ English speaking guide
⦁ International flights
⦁ Visa to Tajikistan
⦁ GBAO Permit
⦁ Supplement for single rooms
⦁ Any personal expenses 
⦁ Any airport taxes 
⦁ Travel insurance 
⦁ Alcohols

 

Day 1. Airport – Dushanbe 
Day 2. Dushanbe – Kalai Khumb
Day 3. Kalai Khumb – Khorog
Day 4. Khorog – Ishkashim
Day 5. Ishkashim – Langar
Day 6. Langar – Murgab
Day 7. Murgab – Karakul Lake
Day 8. Karakul lake – Tulpar Kul lake, Lenin Peak
Day 9. Base camp – Sarymogol – Osh city, Kyrgyzstan
Day 10. Osh – airport

Day 1. Airport – Dushanbe
Meeting you at Dushanbe airport. Transfer to the hotel, installation. Briefing. Lunch, start city tour. Visit Tajikistan National Museum of Antiquities, where the famous statue of Buddha in Nirvana is preserved. Continue to Botanical garden, where locals love spending leisure, and to local bazaar. Overnight at the hotel. (L/D)

Day 2. Dushanbe – Kalai Khumb
Breakfast in the guest house. Drive through the Shurabad Pass (2200m) and visit Hulbuk ancient fortress 8th Century which has been recently restored. We continue towards the Pamirs and make our way to Kalai Khumb, driving through beautiful scenery and interesting villages on route. As we start to follow the Afghan border with its dramatic cliffs and flowing river, we arrive in Kalai Khumb a small town on the river with some real character. An overnight stay here, ready for the next drive day. Overnight at guest house (B/L/D)

Day 3. Kalai Khumb – Khorog
After breakfast we drive along the Panj River, a tributary of the mighty Amu Darya River. You will have a chance to see Afghanistan from the right side across the river. Continue driving to Khorog, a small mountain valley town, the capital of the autonomous Gorno-Badakhshan region. The city lies 2000 m above the sea level, strung out irregularly along the slopes of both sides of the dashing Gunt River. A few kilometers downstream, the Gunt merges with the Panj, the river that marks the border with Afghanistan. Overnight at Pamir house or similar (B/L/D)

Day 4. Khorog – Ishkashim
In the morning visit the famous mineral hot spring Garam Chashma. Later depart to Ishkashim, a small town at the mouth of the Wakhan corridor, where the 19th century Great Game ended. Continue up the north side of the river with amazing views of the Pamirs to the left and the Hindu Kush to the right; a number of peaks in view are above 6,000 m. Overnight in the guesthouse (B/L/D)

Day 5. Ishkashim – Langar
Drive from Ishkashim to Langar. On the way, visit one of the old fortresses on the Silk Road Kah-Kaha in Namadgut. Continue to the Museum of Sufi Muborak-Kadami Vakhani, a local Sufi scholar, theologian, poet and traveller, who died in 1910. There is a stone pillar with a hole near his house, which he used to calculate a solar calendar and a building with inscriptions and decorations made by the scholar. We will also visit Buddhist Stupa in Vrang, sacred hot springs of Bibi Fatima Zahra, and ruins of Yamchun Fortress (IV-III B.C.) that guarded once Pamir branch of the Great Silk Road. Overnight at homestay (B/L/D)

Day 6. Langar – Murghab
Start the day with a trip to petroglyphs. There are more than 600 rock carvings made by prehistoric people lying under the open sky in that area. Continue to Khargush, source of Amu Darya River. Cross the road via pass Khargush (4344 m). Pass Nayza-Tash (4137 m). Arrive in Murgab. Overnight at the guest house Gulnara (B/L/D)

Day 7. Murghab – Karakul Lake
Short city tour in Murghab. Continue the trip with the amazing views of mountains and glaciers along the way and are breath-taking as the road takes us to the Ak-Baital Pass (The White Horse Pass 4655 m). This is the highest pass in the former USSR, real “The Roof of the World” and the hidden site in this expanse of arid landscape is the stunning Karakul Lake created millions of years ago. Overnight at homestay (B/L/D)

Day 8. Karakul lake – Tulpar Kul lake, Lenin Peak
Breakfast. Drive to check point. Cross the borders and head up to the Tulpar Kul lake close to the Lenin Peak.  Arrival and have a lunch at the base camp in a yurt. Explore the snowcapped Lenin Peak in Pamir mountain range by taking a day hike from your yurt camp to the Traveler’s pass at 4130 meters. Enjoy the beauty of glaciers while walking up to the pass. Rest at the top of the Traveler’s pass to gaze at glaciers tumbling off the massive peak. Back to your yurts. For those who want to ride horses will have a chance for it, payable. Overnight in Yurts (B/L/D)

Day 9. Base camp – Sarymogol village – Osh city (Kyrgyzstan)
In the morning we drive to Osh, on arrival, we will have the opportunity to explore some of its sights, including Solomon’s Throne – the rock that looms over the city and is an important Muslim pilgrimage site. This Silk Road Town is so old it celebrated its 3000th birthday a number of years ago. It is a place steeped in history and claims to have the best bazaar in all Central Asia – something we will check out. Farewell dinner at one of the best Kyrgyz restaurant. Overnight at hotel. (B/L/D)

Day 10. Osh – airport
Transfer to the airport for your onward flight. (B)