Crown Holders culture based tour

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A Crown Holders culture-based tour to Tajikistan offers a unique opportunity to explore the rich cultural heritage and traditions of this beautiful country. Tajikistan is known for its rugged mountains, ancient cities, and vibrant culture. The country has a diverse population, with a mix of ethnicities and languages, which has led to a unique fusion of different cultures and traditions.

 During a culture-based tour to Tajikistan, you can explore the country's history, architecture, music, and art. One of the must-visit destinations is the capital city, Dushanbe, which is home to many museums, galleries, and historical sites. You can visit the National Museum of Tajikistan, which houses a vast collection of artifacts and exhibits that showcase the country's rich history and cultural heritage.

 Another fascinating destination is the ancient city of Penjikent, located in the Sughd province. Penjikent was once a thriving city on the Silk Road and is famous for its well-preserved ruins, including the ancient marketplaces, temples, and fortresses. The city is also home to the Rudaki Museum, which celebrates the life and works of the famous Persian poet, Rudaki.

 One of the highlights of a culture-based tour to Tajikistan is the opportunity to meet and interact with the local people. Tajikistan is known for its warm and hospitable people, who are always willing to share their culture and traditions with visitors.

You can stay in a homestay or guesthouse, where you can experience the daily life of the locals and enjoy their delicious cuisine.

 Upon arrival in Dushanbe, check into your hotel and spend the rest of the day exploring the city. You can visit the National Museum of Tajikistan, the Gurminj Museum of Musical Instruments, and the Rudaki Park.

Take a full day to explore Dushanbe's historic sites, including the Tajikistan National Museum of Antiquities, the Navruz Palace, and the Somoni Monument.

Drive to the Hissar Fortress, a historic fortress that dates back to the 18th century. Then, head to Iskanderkul Lake, where you can take a walk around the lake and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.

Take a trip to Penjikent, an ancient city that dates back to the 5th century. Visit the ancient ruins of the city, including the Rudaki Museum, the Ancient Penjikent Museum, and the Sogdian Wall. After that, visit the Sarazm archaeological site, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 Visit the Artuch Alpine Camp, located in the Fann Mountains. Here, you can enjoy the stunning views of the mountains and the valley below.

Take a drive to the Kala-i-Panj, a small village located on the Afghan border. Here, you can explore the local culture and learn about the people who live in the area.

 Drive to the Wakhan Valley, a remote valley that is home to the Wakhi people. Here, you can explore the local culture and learn about the history of the area.

 Visit the Yamchun Fort, an ancient fortress that dates back to the 3rd century BC. After that, head to the Bibi Fatima Hot Springs, where you can relax in the hot springs and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.

 Tour Take a tour of Khorog, a city located in the eastern part of Tajikistan. Visit the local bazaar, the Khorog Botanical Garden, and the Ismaili Centre.

 Depart from Tajikistan, and head home or continue your travels to other parts of Central Asia.

Highlights

--> Visiting Hissar Fortress, a historic fortress that dates back to the 18th century

--> Taking a trip to Penjikent, an ancient city that dates back to the 5th century

--> Visiting the ancient ruins of the city, including the Rudaki Museum, the Ancient Penjikent Museum, and the Sogdian Wall

--> Visit the Artuch Alpine Camp, located in the Fann Mountains

--> Visiting the Yamchun Fort, an ancient fortress that dates back to the 3rd century BC. After that, the Bibi Fatima Hot Springs. Visiting the local bazaar, the Khorog Botanical Garden, and the Ismaili Centre.

Inclusions

  • Transportation
  • Accommodation
  • Guide service
  • culture show

Exclusions

  • Visa

Pricelist

Price upon request

Important Notes

    1. Tajikistan is a predominantly Muslim country, so it's important to be respectful of local customs and dress modestly when visiting mosques or other religious sites.

    2. Tajikistan is a mountainous country, so be prepared for some steep and winding roads while travel by car.

    3. Finally, be prepared to be amazed by the natural beauty of Tajikistan, which includes towering peaks, rushing rivers, and verdant valleys. Don't forget to bring a camera to capture the stunning landscapes!