Few places in the world are as isolated as the mountains of Tajikistan, so for the time being, it must be the domain of someone who understands that, despite our best efforts and extensive knowledge, an itinerary in Tajikistan should be viewed as an objective rather than as set in stone. This is just one of the many reasons why we adore Tajikistan—along with the fact that it's wild and one of the world's last undiscovered regions.
The Pamir Mountains, which make up over 93% of the country's land, are what give Tajikistan its shape. With 13 peaks rising above 6,000 metres, the nation is ideal for vacationers looking to be tracked. Famous Pamir Highway connects Uzbekistan with Kyrgyzstan through all of Tajikistan. An adventure not to be missed is a drive along the second-highest highway in the world.
The Tajik people pride themselves on their hospitality. Tajiks consider visitors to be a gift. Both domestic and foreign visitors are given a very warm welcome. This makes it simple for tourists to interact with locals. Accept the invitation for tea without thinking twice and get to know the locals' way of life.