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Accommodation & Hotels in Tajikistan

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Hotels

There are just a few major hotels in Dushanbe. The Hyatt Regency was newly constructed and opened its doors in March 2009. Another large hotel is the “Tajikistan” (recently refurbished), which is situated in the city center. Most are from the post-Soviet period and are overpriced and in bad shape. There are a handful of recently constructed hotels that provide western-style lodging for between $US70 and $US220 each room.

MSDSP guesthouses

The Aga Khan Development Support Programme for Mountain Societies maintains a network of guesthouses in locations like Kalaikhum and Khorog that provide a high quality of lodging. Full board is about USD40 per person.

Formal homestays

The French NGO ACTED is developing a network of homestays in the Pamir region, particularly in the Murghab area. A decent bed in a family household costs approximately USD10 per person each night. The amenities are simple, with no running water and an outdoor toilet, but visitors can anticipate pleasant, clean rooms, excellent local cuisine, and a friendly welcome.

Independent guesthouses.

There are a small but increasing number of independent guesthouses in Dushanbe, Khorog, and Murghab. These are comparable in terms of quality and cost to the ACTED homestays.

How To Travel To Tajikistan

By plane The country's two airlines are Tajik Air, a national carrier, and Somon Air, a new commercial airline. Flights from Dushanbe to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Samara, Sochi, Chelyabinsk, Novosibirsk, Perm, Krasnoyarsk, Orenburg, Irkutsk, Nizhnevartovsk, Surgut, Kazan, and Yekaterinburg are available. Central Asian destinations include Bishkek, Almaty, Ürümqi, and Kabul. The...

How To Travel Around Tajikistan

By minivan / shared taxi There are scheduled minivans connecting large cities, but otherwise, renting a car or sharing one with other people is the only method to travel throughout the nation. Prices are usually quoted per person, not per vehicle, and are split by the number of passengers. SUVs may...

Visa & Passport Requirements for Tajikistan

For trips of up to 90 days, nationals of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Russia, and Ukraine do not need a visa. Visas are becoming more simple to acquire, following the lead of other Central Asian nations, especially for citizens of affluent countries. This strategy is intended...

Destinations in Tajikistan

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Things To See in Tajikistan

Tajikistan has two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the proto-urban site of Sarazm in Panjakent and the Tajik National Park in the country's east, which encompasses the Pamirs. Tajikistan's mountains are among the highest in the world, with three peaks rising over 7,000 meters and more than half of the...

Food & Drinks in Tajikistan

Food in Tajikistan Tajikistan's cuisine is a mix of Central Asian, Afghan, and Pakistani cuisines, with a touch of Russian influence. If you like Russian cuisine, you will most likely have a pleasant gastronomic experience. If you find Russian cuisine dull, you may struggle here. Plov- Rice, meat or mutton, and...

Money & Shopping in Tajikistan

Since October 2000, Somoni has been the national currency, and we utilize the ISO 4217 international currency code of TJS put before the quantity in all of our articles. When shopping locally, though, you may see a variety of notations put before or after the sum. TJS1, 3, 5, 10, 20,...

History Of Tajikistan

Early history The region's civilizations stretch back to at least the fourth millennium BCE, and include the Bronze Age Bactria–Margiana Archaeological Complex, the Andronovo cultures, and the UNESCO World Heritage site of Sarazm. The region's oldest documented history goes back to about 500 BCE, when most, if not all, of current...

Stay Safe & Healthy in Tajikistan

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