There are no compulsory immunisations for those traveling to Tajikistan however you must be current on Typhoid, Tetanus Polio and Hepatitis A. Malaria is found in a few areas of Tajikistan so we recommend you get advice from your physician or travel centre as to the most appropriate vaccinations and preventative treatments.
You will often interact with localswho have their own distinct customs and customs. We ask you to show respect and consideration to local people. You can always count on your tour guides or tour leaders to help you.
One thing to remember about traveling through Central Asia is that most regions, including the towns and cities have a much more laid-back attitude to Islam than their neighbors to the south in Afghanistan and Pakistan. However, it should also be kept in mind that it’s technically a Muslim region , and thus an extra dose of caution is recommended in some areas. T-shirts and shorts that are long are fine for both sexes in urban areas, but in the case of visiting any mosques active, people should wear trousers which are shorter than the knee and tops that cover their shoulders. Females should also be wearing a headscarf. While on this tour, we’ll be going to remote areas not often frequented by tourists. Locals tend to dress modestly, therefore it is probable that you’ll feel more comfortable in conservative clothing.
Language & Religion
Tajik is the official language spoken in Tajikistan. Russian is used to conduct business and for communication.
Most people follow Sunni Islam. A small proportion of people are believers of Russian Orthodox, Catholicism and Buddhism.
Drinks and food
The focus of this tour is soups and other meats. In remote and higher altitude areas vegetables are difficult to come by. However, there are plenty of dried nuts and dried fruits that are available to try.
With regard to alcohol, options are mainly limited to vodka or beer. Those who want something else – Scotch or Gin for example – should buy it duty free and bring it with them. It isn’t easy to find mixer drinks , such as tonic water.
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