The republics of Tajikistan and Uzbekistan offer some of the best mountain and trekking opportunities in the world. The distance, the variety of mountains, the colorful and friendly local communities, the relative ease of access and the stable climate, as well as the uninterested, make this one of the most fascinating destinations.
Tajikistan is one of the most mysterious and little-known countries in Central Asia, with a story that refers to the exploits of Alexander the Great, the great Sufi and Soviet poetry, of Soviet communism.
Fann mountains in Tajikistan are considered one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in central Asia in the Pamir-Alai mountain ranges. They are not only recognized for their impressive mountain scenery, but also for the many turquoise lakes in them. There are many cravings narrow with rivers of beautiful crystalline water. Geographically, the Fann mountains form part of the large rock walls that run along the southern edge of the Central Asian and Siberia republics, following from the Caspian to the Pacific.
After many centuries of welcoming travelers in the Mediterranean and China silk routes, they have made Uzbeks some of the most hospitable people in Central Asia. Alexandre el Grande, Genghis Khan and Marco Polo were delighted by this mythical land!
The vibrant and legendary cities of Taixkent, Samarkanda, Bukhara, and its elaborate mosques, mausoleums, bazaars and palaces. As well as the interesting trekking on the Fann Mountains make this a journey made for intrepid travelers and cultural enthusiasts alike.