Small Group Tajikistan Tour

The mountanious landlocked country of Tajikistan which is bordered by Central Asian member states and China to the east is emerging as one of the best countries to travel to in Central Asia. Unlike its neighbors who are famous for their historical monuments, Tajikistan is known for its picturesque lakes and beautiful mountains, you should deeply consider taking a trip to Tajikistan with your family or friends. In our small group Tajikistan tour packages, you'll be extensively visiting Tajikistan along with a brief tour to other neighboring countries.

Tajikistan in brief

Tajikistan is a landlocked country bordered by countries of Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and China from all sides. It covers an area of 143,100 sq km, making it the smallest of all the Central Asian nations. Majority of the country is mountainous and is covered by the Pamir mountain range. Almost 50% of the country is located at an elevation of 3,000 meters above sea level. About 2% of the country's total area is covered with lakes and there are more than 900 rivers which are longer than 10 km in length. The glaciers on these mountains are a major source of water for the Aral Sea.

The history of Tajikistan can be traced back to 4th millennium BC. The region was part of the Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex of the Bronze Age and Sarazm. Although tenious evidence exist, it is argued by archaeologists that the modern day region of Tajikistan was once part of Kambojas before becoming a portion of Achaemenid Empire. Later, the region was conquered by Alexander the Great who annexed it to Greeko-Bactrian Kingdom. After the opening of the Silk Road route, especially the northern region flourished and became important caravanserais. Later during the Kushan Empire, multiple faiths like Buddhism, Christianity, Zoroastrianism, and Manichaeism were practised in the region. Soon after Islam was introduced into the region after the arrival of Arabic nomadic tribes. The region was also temporarily under the influence of Tibetan empire and Mongol empire who brought in their own ideas and culture into the region. The Uzbek also had a mark on Tajikistan when the Emirates and Khanates and both Bukhoro and Kokand ruled some portion of the total region. Lately, it was the Soviet Union which ruled the region and formed the Tajik SSR.

Our major small group tour packages:

Kyrgyzstan-Tajikistan Group Tour

A dual country tour package to Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan visit the major cities of both the nation.

Uzbekistan-Tajikistan Group Tour

Visit the two magnificent coutries of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan with your whole group in a single tour package.

Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan-Tajikistan Group Tour

A three country tour package, you'll get to visit all the major tourist spots in all the three countries.

Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan-Tajikistan Group Tour

Visit the countries of Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan in this 15 days triple country tour package.

Pamir highway Group Tour

A group tour through the highway running through Pamir mountain range, which offers mesmerizing and awe-inspiring sceneries all along the way.

Small Group Tajikistan Tour Packages


3 Days Tajikistan Tour

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.


4 Days Tajikistan Tour

Our guide will pick you up from the border and you drive to Dushanbe. On the way you will visit Hisor fortress (VII- XVII centuries). The entire day is dedicated to a guided city tour. First of all you will visit Rudake


7 Days Tajikistan Tour - Cultural Tour To Tajikistan

Our guide will meet you in the airport and accompany to the hotel. In the morning we will drive 35 km to visit Hisor fortress (VII- XVII centuries). This historical site has fortified areas and citadel. The fortress

Mountain Town

7 Days Tour in Pamir Mountains

This is an unforgettable journey to the famous Pamir Mountains! You will enjoy the beauty of nature has preserved its beauty for thousands of years. Just see the beauty of the mountain lakes. The views of