Tourists visiting Tajikistan do not need to get immunized, however they should have the latest in Typhoid and Tetanus in addition to Polio, Hepatitis A and Polio. Malaria can also be seen in Tajikistan, so it is recommended to speak with your physician local to get advice on immunisations.
On our excursions, you’ll often meet local people Each with their own distinct tradition and customs. Therefore, we ask you to be considerate and to treat them with respect. Your tour-leaders and guides are always able to guide you in the right direction.
One thing to remember about travel in Central Asia is that most regions, especially the towns and cities, have a much more laid-back attitude to Islam than their neighbours to the south in Afghanistan and Pakistan. However, it should also be noted that it is technically a Muslim area, so caution is recommended in certain areas. Both women and men can wear T-shirts and shorts in the city, they should not wear T-shirts with long sleeves. But, those who visit active mosques should wear pants that are below the knees and wear tops that cover the shoulders. A head scarf is also advised for women. The tour takes us to remote locations that aren’t normally frequented by tourists. Local people are modest in dress therefore it is probable that you will feel more comfortable wearing conservative clothing.
Language and Religion
Tajik is the official language spoken in Tajikistan. Russian is still used regularly to conduct business and for communication.
The majority of the population follow Sunni Islam, with the minority of them following Russian Orthodox, Catholicism, Buddhism and Judaism.
Food and drinks
The menu on this tour tends to focus predominantly on soups, proteins and potatoes. In remote and higher altitude areas vegetables can be hard to find. But, there is a wide selection of dried nuts and dried fruits that are available to try.
For alcohol, the choice is mostly limited to vodka or beer. Anyone looking for something different – Scotch or Gin for instance – must buy it duty free and then bring it to the store. It can be difficult to find mixer drinks such as tonic water.
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