Tourism in Tajikistan

The Republic of Tajikistan has beautiful nature, ancient artifacts, and, of course, modern cities that are growing and developing rapidly.
The nature of the state will not leave anyone indifferent, especially his fan lakes, blue rivers, emerald lakes, alpine meadows, high mountain peaks and cliffs, wild nature reserves, and rare animals.

The architectural composition of temples and palaces in Penjikent Khujand has no analogues anywhere across Central Asia. Lost civilizations like Istaravshan, Penjikent, and Khujand attract many tourists annually.
Due to its geographical features, Tajikistan has an opportunity to develop the tourism industry in any direction it chooses.

Tourist Base Altyn Mazar-Golden Shrine, which is located at an altitude of 2800 meters above sea level, is always open to travelers and locals alike. There, you are able to admire the beauty of the mountain peaks to your heart's content. Such as Fedchenko Glacier, Pamir-Alai Valley, and Korjenevskaya Peak, also known as Somoni Peak.

If you go through the beautiful places of Djirgital, you will be able to come to the valley of the Mux and Alai. On the way to the meadows, you pass the legendary caves of the primitive people.

While climbing on top of the highest mountains, extreme lovers will have a chance to meet wild animals and rare birds that are listed in the Red Book of the Republic of Tajikistan. Such as bears and snow leopards, eagles, marmots, and argali.
Issyk-Kul is Tajikistan's equivalent of Kyrgyzstan's Issyk-Kul.It annually attracts lots of athletes, explorers, scientists, and even pilgrims.

There are several lakes namely Iskanderkul Parien and Temurdara that attract visitors by its glacial crystal-clear waters. These places are closely interwoven with ancient legends and mysteries of Tajik people. In addition, the given places are very closely connected with the name of the great commander and conqueror Alexander the Great.

On your way, you will pass through many ancient towns on the territory of the Republic of Tajikistan. Muminobod, Dangara, Shuroabad, Kulyab, and Baljuan beckon tourists to their ancient historical and archaeological sites. The mausoleums of Shakiki Balkhi and Sulton Uvayci Karani, as well as those of Schoch Nematulloi Wali and Mir Saeed Ali Hamadoni, date from the 9th to the 16th centuries.

By the way, for fans of hunting, we provide special hunting camps that are located at an altitude of 4000–4200 meters above sea level. The very same hunting is carried out higher.

Our tourist agency, "Orient Mice", is glad to provide you with transportation and expert guides who will arrange for you memorable excursions to fascinating corners of the Republic of Tajikistan.