Travelers to Tajikistan are not required to be vaccinated, however, they should have the latest in Tetanus and Typhoid as well as Polio, Hepatitis A and Polio. Malaria can also be found in Tajikistan and it’s recommended to speak with your physician for advice on immunisations.
When you travel with us, you’ll frequently meet local people, each with unique traditions and customs. It is your responsibility to show respect and consideration to the locals. You can always rely on your tour-leaders or guides to help you.
First, it is crucial to be aware that Central Asia has a more relaxed attitude towards Islam than its neighboring countries of Pakistan and Afghanistan. However, it should be kept in mind that it’s technically a Muslim region , and thus a little bit of caution is required in certain areas. T-shirts and shorts that are long can be worn by both genders in the cities, but should you visit any mosques with active worshippers, everyone should wear trousers that do not go below the knee and tops that cover shoulders. Women should also wear the headscarf. This tour takes us to remote areas that aren’t normally frequented by tourists. Local people wear modest clothing, therefore it is probable that you will feel more at ease wearing conservative clothes.
Language and Religion
The official language of Tajikistan is Tajik. Russian is still routinely used to conduct business and for communication.
The majority of people follow Sunni Islam, with the minority of them following Russian Orthodox, Catholicism, Buddhism and Judaism.
Drinks and food
The tour is focused on meats and soups. In more remote and higher altitude areas vegetables are difficult to come by. There is an abundance of dried fruits and nuts available for you to try.
The alcohol choices are limited to beers or vodka. Anyone looking to sample something different, such as Scotch or Gin should buy it at no cost and carry it along. It isn’t easy to find mixer drinks , such as tonic water.
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