Day 1: Dushabe - Hissor - Dushanbe
Today you our driver will pick you up at the airport and transfer to Dushanbe. Dushanbe is the largest and most significant city in political, economic, scientific and cultural terms. This day you will head on 35 km to explore Hissor fortress (VII-XVII centuries). Hissor fortress has been known for more than 2500 years. Being the residence of the Hissor Bek, the Governor of the Emir of Bukhara, the fortress, as we would say now, was an important administrative and political center of ancient Tajikistan. In the XVI century, a magnificent stone gate was built in the fortress. The fortress with walls 1 m thick, with holes for rifles and guns was protected by guards. Inside was a pool and orchard. The main door was accessed by large stairs and brick-lined terraces. Time did not spare the fortress and its buildings. There are other outstanding structures that include: the recently renovated monuments of "Madrasa I Kuhna" (new school of 16th-17th centuries), mosque; the mausoleum of "Mahdumi Azam" (16th century). After you will explore Botanical garden and Victory Park. And overlook panorama view on the city. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 2: Dushanbe - Ramit - Dushanbe
Today you will visit the state natural reserve "Ramit" organized by the Government of the Tajik SSR in 1959. The Ramit nature reserve is located at a fairly high altitude (3195 m) at one of the bases of the Hissar ridge. Moreover, there is a river rich in trout, which also bears the name Ramit, near the reserve. The natural area is rich in unique flora and fauna. Only here you can find several rare species of medicinal plants. And among the wild animals you can see mountain goats, wild boars, as well as the endangered species of Bukhara deer. The latter has been artificially supporting the population for more than fifty years. There usually people admire mountain meadows, steppes, juniper and nut forests. One of the significant achievements of the reserve is the creation of an artificial population of Bukhara deer.
Day 3: Dushanbe - Iskanderkul Lake - Dushanbe
Today our destination is Mountain lake - Iskanderkul (2 255 m. a. s. l.). Lake Iskanderkul in the Fann Mountains of Tajikistan, has a very long and rich history. It is believed that Lake Iskanderkul is named after Alexander the Great, who was locally called Iskander Zulkarnain, which means Iskander the two-horned, because of the unusual helmet resembling two horns. This mesmerizing territory is one of the remarkable places of Central Asia. The way to the lakes pass over Anzob pass (3 372 m) with fabulous landscapes. Upon arrival to the lake you will have a short walk on the shore. You will also direct to amazing waterfall about 40 minutes. The most valuable natural resource of the Republic is its rivers and lakes, which have system-glacial nutrition. The total length of 947 rivers with a length of more than 10 kilometers exceeds 28,500 kilometers. They account for more than 60% of the Central Asian region's water resources. In the end of the tour you will transfer to Dushanbe. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 4: Airport
In the morning is transfer to airport.
02-04 pax - Hyundai Starex
06-08 pax - 2 cars: Hyundai Starex
10 pax - 3 cars: Hyundai Starex
Price per person:
02 pax - 535 $
04 pax - 345 $
06 pax - 355 $
08 pax - 300 $
10 pax - 315 $
Single - 80 $
Half board - 45 $
Full board - 90 $
English speaking guide - 290 $ per group
Dushanbe - "Meridians" Hotel 3*
- Entrances to all museums
- Mineral water during the tour
Service does not include:
- Full board
- Single rooms
- Early check-in
- Travel insurance
- English speaking guide