Tour overview

Note: Itineraries can be changed and adopted to your requirements. For more information please contact us:


  • Sightseeing of Dushanbe City
  • Pamir and Hindukush Mountains
  • Hot springs Kavk
  • Lakes of Pamirs
  • Murgab
  • Allay Valley
  • Kara Kul (Black Lake)
  • Bulunkul&Yashikul
  • Batchor
  • Sightseeing of Osh


  • All accommodation
  • All transport as outlined in the itinerary.
  • Meals – Full Board (B-L-D) B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner
  • 1 litter Bottledwater
  • All entrance fees, as per itinerary
  • Guide Service
  • Porter services during trek
  • Cook for trekking part
  • Mountain guide for trekking part

Not Included

  • Visa fee and visa support
  • Beverages other than drinking water
  • International flights to/from the start/finish of the trip
  • Tips for guide and driver
  • Souvenirs
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Day 1 Dushanbe

Our guide will meet you in the airport and accompany to Dushanbe. The entire day is dedicated to a guided city tour. First of we will visit Rudake Park, National library, White House, National state seal, House of parliament and Jomi theatre. After it we will walk in National park to make photos of Ministry of Inner Affairs and the biggest National Flag in the world – 165 m high pole, 30 m wide, 60 m long. After excursion in Central Museum you will have lunch. Then you will visit to Gurminj Museum of traditional musical instruments. To feel real life you should visit Asian bazar. It has colorful goods, fruits and vegetables. We will see today the main highlights of Dushanbe and you will find out many interesting facts about Tajik people. Dinner will be in a traditional restaurant where you try Tajik food.

Day 2 Dushanbe-Kalai Khumb

Today we will drive to Kalai Khum village. You will see Norak water reservoir that is called blue Sea. The highest point of the day is Shurabad pass (2 200 m) and after drive along Afghanistan border starts. This part will amaze you by its unique mountains – it is already Territory of Pamir Mountains. Over the centuries, the Pamirs have inspired the world’s greatest explorers – Marco Polo, Hsuan Tsang, Mirza Muhammad Haidar. And now you also have a chance to travel here. You will drive along natural border – Pyanj River. Having visited the Pamirs, many travellers called this giant mountain system the ocean of white and blue mountains. This night you will spend in a home stay to see the way of local people’s life.

Day 3 Kalai Khumb- Khorog

In the morning we will drive to Khrorog. It is perhaps one of the tiniest cities on the map of the world. It is surrounded by rocky mountains from all four sides. The town was built on the confluence of the 3 rivers where Shokhdara river and Ghund river flow into Pyanj river. On the way to Khorog you will meet Pamir people. A number of anthropological features set the Pamir people apart from the Tajik people. Among the Pamiris, there is a high percentage of people with blonde hair, fair skin and blue eyes. Pamirs Mountains are the highest mountains in the world with human population after the Himalayas in Tibet. Life in the mountains made traditions of local people different from Tajik people.

Day 4 Khorog-Batchor

This morning we have a time to explore Khorog including the bazaar and the lovely Botanical Gardens which are perched high above the town, affording some great panoramic views. Then drive to Bachor Village via Gunt Canyon. Our dinner tonight is enjoyed in a local homestay.

Day 5 Bachor-Kavk Hot spring

Today we have an acclimatisation walk through Bachor. We will trek from Bachor to Kavch Spring where we camp for the night.

Day 6 Bachor-Kavk

Today we have an acclimatisation walk through Bachor. We will trek from Bachor to Kavch Spring where we camp for the night.

Day 7 Kavch-Chashin Lake

Today we will trek from Kavch Spring to Chashin Lake.

Day 8 The Lakes of Pamir

Today we will trek from Chasin Lake (4200 m) to Zaroshkkul Lake to Kulen Lake (4300 m).

Day 9 Kulen Lake

Trekking from Kulen Lake to Zaurbek pasture (4100 m) and on to uchkyl Lake (4300 m).

Day 10 Yechkyl Lake

On today’s trek we journey Yechkyl Lake to the fork of Yechkyl-Langar Pass, before climbing up to Langar Lake (4600 m) where we will camp for the night.

Day 11 Ascend unnamed peak (option)

Early start, ascension to unnamed peak, 5600m, then descent to the Chapdarkullake, 4529m. Dinner and overnight in tents near Langarriver — Upper Bachor pasture, 4260m. Outfitting of participants. Climb on unnamed summit 5400 m. Wide panorama of Pamir mountains opens from the peak. Descent down, passage over the Langar pass (4629 m.). Trekking along the Langarriver to the Upper Bachor pasture.

Day 12 Upper Bachor

Trekking from Upper Bachor pasture down to Lower Bachor pasture (3630 m). On this day group will have a long descent from Upper Bachor Pasture through wide valley of river Chapdarkul through numerous herds of yaks, to pasture Lower Bachor located at the confluence of Chapdarkul and Gunt. Overnight in the tent camp.

Day 13 Gunt River

Today our group will cross the Gunt River (delta), which is slightly below the dam of Yashilkul Lake. There are three possible ways to get across the river, depending on the water level of the river delta at the time we are trekking: 1. Low water level — it possible to cross unassisted 2. Medium water level — we will cross by vehicle (jeep) 3. High water level — we will cross by inflatable rubber boats Once we complete our crossing of Yashilkul Lake we will depart for Bulunkul village (20 km, 1 hour). Here we enjoy dinner and overnight at a homestay in Bulunkul village.

Day 14 Bulunkul – Murgab

We’ll spend part of the morning exploring Lake Yashil Kul before movingon. After following the Alichur Plateau. We then continue on to Murgab. This quiet town (with the only bazaar of the High Pamir region) is still struggling with its development due to the nearby Russian border guards’ base being closeddown – the last remaining Soviet influence in this region. The recent opening of the Chinese Qolma Pass, however, has slowlyaided the town in its progression.

Day 15 Murgab-Saritash

Our journey today takes us to Karakul. The road climbs up to the Ak Baital Pass (The White Mare Pass), which at 4655m stands as the highest pass in the former USSR, and on to the Muzkol Valley. Views of mountains and glaciers along the way are simply breath-taking. The tunning Karakul Lake is hidden deep in this expanse of arid landscape. It is a body of water thought to have been created millions of years ago by a meteorite and noted as one of the most geologically ascinating places on earth. Travelling up to the Kizil Art Pass (4280m) today, we will then cross the border into Kyrgyzstan and
pass through the gateway to the Pamir Plateau, or as Marco Polo called it – ‘TheRoof of the World’

Day 16 Saritash – Osh

The road will go along amazing mountains and high passes. On the way you will drive over a high mountain pass – Taldik. It is 3 615 meters high! You will never forget the amazing views of the road and mountains around it. With 93% of mountains in Kyrgyzstan, nomadic life in remote places – our country is a real paradise for people that are in love with mountains and unusual cultures. Upon arrival to Osh city you will go for a walk there and visit the most famous place — Suleiman Mountain. Suleiman Too (Solomon’s Mountain) is situated in the center of the city and it is considered to be a pilgrimage place for local Muslims. According to the legend, biblical prophet Solomon (Suleiman in the Koran) was buried at the foot of it.

Day 17 Departure

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