The Pamir Highway, otherwise known as the M41 Road, was constructed by the Red Army in the 1930s and is now counted as the second highest road on the planet. It snakes its way through the Roof of the World, the towering Pamir Mountains that are home to the gorgeous Bulunkul and Karakul lakes, endless breathtaking views and sparsely populated villages where yaks outnumber people.
The M41 Pamir Highway Tour is a once-in-a-lifetime expedition to The Roof of the World, a trip bursting with adventure in the beautiful Pamir Mountains with all of their wild beauty and remote settlements. This 5-day journey begins in Dushanbe and climbs through the settlements of Kalaikhum, Khorog, Murghab and Bulunkul. View the world from Ak Baital Pass, the highest elevation in the former Soviet Union, overnight in mountain homestays and relax near one of the highest lakes on Earth before ending your tour with a drive over the Kyrgyzstan border and into the city of Osh.