Dubbed the 'Roof of the World', sweeping high-altitude mountain panoramas dominate 90% of Tajikistan's landscapes.

Rugged Pamir, Alay, and Fann mountains with their crystal clear glacial waters form some of the most dramatic sceneries in Central Asia, attracting adventurous trekkers into this landlocked nation. Once part of the legendary Silk Road, Tajikistan is also home to the ancient city of Penjikent known for the UNESCO-listed Sarazm settlement who once led trade relations reaching as far as the Iranian Plateau, Indus Valley and the Indian Ocean.

Best Season

Late May - Late Sep

Untouched Tajikistan With Fann Mountains Trek
From HK$18,800/Adult
From HK$18,800/Adult
Little known to the outside world, Tajikistan offers a wealth of culture, history and sceneries. This itinerary combines a visit to key Silk Road cities of Tajikistan with a camping adventure on Fann Mountains, considered as one of the world’s most beautiful treks with soaring landscapes of snow-capped peaks over 5,000 meters, turquoise lakes shimmering like jewels and veritable oasis of jade green vegetation. The best time to embark on this hike is from June to August.
Jeep Safari Over the High of Silk Road
From HK$31,300/Adult
From HK$31,300/Adult
For those who have experienced the exotic khanate and medieval heritage of Central Asia, this trip presents a totally different aspect of the area. We traverse across some of the highest mountain ranges in the world, Tianshan (Heavenly Mountain) and Pamir-Alay mountain ranges, past the renowned Issykul Lake and into the lovely Ferghana Valley.
NEW!
Romance of Silk Road, Persia & Caucasus by Train
From HK$29,000/Adult
From HK$29,000/Adult
Follow Marco Polo's footprints into Earth's remotest corners while basking in the nostalgia and comfort of train facilities. From the world's largest mosque to the most bejeweled royal thrones in existence, this rail journey through the ancient trade network harbours the legacies of the world's most legendary ancient civilizations.
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