Small Group Tajikistan Tours 2017 | 3 Days Tour in Tajikistan

3 Days In Tajikistan


The fascinating natural landscape and colorful history of Tajikistan combine to produce unique and thought-provoking sightseeing for visitors. The attractions in Tajikistan mainly comprise of the mountains, lakes, rivers, and the historical sites. Half of these attractions in Tajikistan are still under the cover as humans have not been able to reach those areas.

  Country: Tajikistan

  Duration: 3 days

  Group size:

  Route: Uzbek border “Oybek” -Khujand- Penjakent- Khuajand – Uzbek border “Oybek”

  Tour Type: individual, small groups

  Tour appearance: cultural, architecture

  Check-out in 2017: on request

Day 1 Uzbek border “Oybek” – Khujand

Today you will drive to Tajiksitan, to Khujand city. It is the second largest city of Tajikistan. It is situated on the Syr Darya River at the mouth of the Fergana Valley. The population of the city is 149,000. It is also the capital of the northernmost province of Tajikistan, now called Sughd. First of all you will visit museum of Khujand and then the Arbob Palace. At this place the first president of Tajikistan was chosen. Then we will visit one of the biggest “Tea House” of Tajikistan situated near the palace. Also we will go to see Central Mosque and Panjshanbe bazar that is situated in the middle of the city. Night is in a hotel.

Day 2 Khujant – Penjakent

In the morning we will drive to Penjakent via pass Shahriston (3 378 m). The city of Penjakent (“five villages”) is located in Khujand area of Tajikistan in a picturesque Zeravshan river valley. Quite possibly the five villages started the history of this remarkable city which originated in the 5th-8th centuries AD. Penjikent of that time was one of the most important cultural and crafts centers of Sogd. It was even named “Central Asian Pompeii”. It was a superbly fortified well-organized city with a ruler’s palace, two temples, markets, rich dwelling houses decorated with numerous paintings, wooden and clay statues of ancient gods. The ruins of this ancient city were found only in the last century. Today the tourists can see the remains of dwelling houses and office buildings, the citadel with the palace, the house of craftsmen, and fire worshipers church. Night is in a local

Day 3 Panjakent – Khuajand – Uzbek border “Oybek”

The road from Panjakent to Khuand is the same as you had before. In the morning we will drive to Khujand via pass Shahriston (3 378 m). It is the second largest city of Tajikistan. It is situated on the Syr Darya River at the mouth of the Fergana Valley. After lunch in Khujand is Transportation to the border.

  Transport in the city
  Guided city tour
  Entrance fees to attractions