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Khafrazdara Lake.


Where the mountains meet the sky, hospitality will stop at nothing and where crystal clear lakes mirror the heavens. This is Tajikistan.

In 2016 and 2017 I was able to travel much of this wonderful country and have wrote several pieces to help you guys travel Tajikistan too.

Here are a few links to posts I’ve written on Tajikistan:

Tajikistan Travel Guide

All the info about Tajikistan in one place!

10 Reasons to Visit Tajikistan 

Seriously guys, this place is BEAUTIFUL! Here are 10 other reasons to get you to book that ticket.

Pamir Travel Guide

The guide with everything Pamir and GBAO, from highway routes to treks, where to stay and more!

Fann Mountains Guide

This is Central Asia’s premier trekking destination that hardly anyone knows about.

Solo Female Travel In Tajikistan

Traveling as a solo woman in Tajikistan isn’t as difficult as you think it is.

Walking Among Giants in Beautiful Tajikistan

A little about my time trekking in the Fann Mountains in 2016.

My Top 10 In Travel, 2016

Naturally, Tajikistan of course tops the list of places I visited in 2016!

Fann Mountains, Alovaddin Lake, Alauddin Lake, Tajikistan, Central Asia
Alovaddin Lake.

Posts on my day to day time spend in the Pamirs and GBAO:

To The Pamirs and Beyond! Day Jak

To The Pamirs and Beyond! Day Du

To The Pamirs and Beyond! Day Se

To The Pamirs and Beyond! Day Chor

To The Pamirs and Beyond! Day Panj

To The Pamirs and Beyond! Day Shest

To The Pamirs and Beyond! Day Haft

To The Pamirs and Beyond! Day Hasht

To The Pamirs and Beyond! Day Non

To The Pamirs and Beyond! Day Da


I will be leading a small group of adventurers on an expedition in the High Pamir of Tajikistan, the beautiful Hunza Valley of Pakistan, and the Chinese Silk Road cities of Kashgar and Tashkurgan in June 2018. Click here to read more about the trip and sign up!