Tajikistan small group vacation
Drive the lofty Pamir Highway, meeting local nomads, exploring Silk Road sites, enjoying hikes and a homestay, on this 16 day small group adventure.
Tajikistan: Dushanbe Pamir Highway Kalai- Khumb Bartang Valley Explore by 4x4 and on foot Khorog Ancient forts Ishkashim Yamg Follow the Panj River Tajik and Wakhi nomads Langar Hike to see petroglyphs Yashik Kul lake Caravanserai ruins Lunch with nomads at yurt camp Shorbulak Observatory Murgab Karakul lake homestay Kyrgyzstan: Pamir Plateau Ashik Tash Base Camp Silk Road city of Osh Fly to Bishkek
£3985 excluding flights
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As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetWe have a strict environmental policy to make sure that the environments we visit are not damaged in any way. Our “Leave No Trace” ethic is applied to each one of our trips, and as a responsible tour operator, it is something we are careful and steadfast about promoting. Each one of our guides are trained to uphold, promote and put into practice such responsible behaviour, especially in wilderness areas or whilst traveling to UNESCO heritage sites, which many of our trips undoubtedly do.
We attempt to reduce plastic bottle use wherever possible by promoting use of reusable and filtered water bottles. We understand this is not always possible in countries where tap water is not safe to drink. Our partnership with Water-To-Go provides a discount on filtered water bottles to our clients. We do not provide water from plastic bottles to our clients in country but always ensure there is regular access to drinking water on our tours.
By keeping the group size to a maximum of 12, we can also minimise the human impact on the fragile sites and ecosystems we visit.
PeopleOn this tour we will be given the opportunity to stay in the homes of hospitable locals. This is a great way to meet and interact with the local people, understand their limited infrastructure, and be introduced to their culture and way of life. With the homestays we use the money goes straight into these remote communities, so benefiting the people directly.
In Central Asia we have developed unique relationships with many people of the region and through our form of interactive, socially conscience tourism have helped them adapt to the modern, changing world by providing important income opportunities. On this tour we will be staying in a homestays for a unique glimpse into the traditions and customs of local life. The homestay market, helps them to provide good, clean and interesting accommodation which in term allows them to educate their children, improve their standard of living and look after their ill. The wonderful thing about this kind of interactive tourism is that everyone gains – the families financially and us with the wonderful welcome and experience they give us. Wherever possible we stay in locally owned accommodation, eat in locally owned establishments and purchase supplies from the local nomads.