1 Day | All year round | Khujand Fortress, Historical Museum of Sughd, Mausoleum of Sheikh Muslihiddin Khujandi, Payshanba Bazaar, Somoni Park
Khujand may be a name unfamiliar to many, yet it’s one of Central Asia’s oldest cities, having weathered more than 2,500 years of change that saw conquest by Alexander the Great, the reign of Ismoil Somoni and the influx of travelers along the great Silk Road. The Khujand City Tour will wind through the Khujand Fortress, a citadel and museum at the heart of the city, and continue to a sheikh’s memorial complex, a central park with historical mosaics and one of the largest, most colorful bazaars in all Central Asia.
With the Discover Tajikistan Tour, you’ll get an excellent 5-day taste of the history, culture and nature of this marvelous land. Your journey begins with a border crossing from Uzbekistan into Tajikistan and continues into the cities of Khujand, Istaravshan, Penjikent, Sarazm and Dushanbe, through the Fann Mountains, around the region of Seven Lakes (Haft Kul), and over the famous Anzob Pass.
The Ancient Treasures of Tajikistan Tour is a special trip built around the country’s key UNESCO-recognized World Heritage Sites. You’ll travel through Dushanbe, seeing the notable Buddha statue housed in the National Museum, and continue to Istaravshan, Khujand and Penjikent, exploring each city’s historically significant sites.
8 Days | Spring, Summer, Autumn | Dushanbe, Iskanderkul Lake, Istaravshan, Khujand, Penjikent, Seven Lakes
The Mountains and Lakes of Tajikistan Tour is a weeklong, restful tour to some of the most exquisite lakes and mountain hideaways in all Tajikistan. Between overnight trips to Iskanderkul Lake and Seven Lakes in the Fann Mountains, you’ll drive the Anzob Pass and marvel at the scenery unfolding before your eyes as your travel through Dushanbe, Istaravshan and Khujand, Penjikent and Sarazm.