There are no compulsory immunisations for travelers to Tajikistan though you should be current on Typhoid, Tetanus, Polio as well as Hepatitis A. Malaria is prevalent in certain areas of Tajikistan which is why we advise you seek advice from your local GP or travel clinic regarding the appropriate immunisations and preventative treatment.
When you travel with us, you’ll frequently interact with local people all with distinct traditions and customs. Therefore, we ask you to be courteous and treat them with respect. The tour guides and tour guides will always be in a position to provide you with the appropriate advice.
The first thing you should know about travelling in Central Asia is that most areas, specifically the cities and towns, are much more relaxed attitude to Islam than their neighbours to the south of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Central Asia is a Muslim area , and it’s vital to be vigilant in specific areas. While both men and women can wear shorts or T-shirts in the cities, they must not be wearing T-shirts or sleeves that are long. But, those who visit places of worship should wear pants that are below the knees and tops that cover the shoulders. A head scarf is also advised for females. This trip takes us on remote places that are not usually visited by tourists. The people of the area are conservative in their dressing and therefore you’re likely to be more comfortable wearing quite conservative clothing too.
Language & Religion
Tajik is the official language spoken in Tajikistan. Russian is still used regularly for business and communication.
A majority of people follow Sunni Islam. A small percentage of people follow the religions of Russian Orthodox, Catholicism and Buddhism.
Food and drink
The food on this tour is mostly on soups, meat and potatoes. In the remote and higher altitude places vegetables can be hard to come by. However, there’s plenty of dried fruit and nuts you can enjoy.
With regard to alcohol, the choice is mainly limited to vodka or beer. Anyone looking for something different – Scotch or Gin for example – should buy it duty free and then bring it to the store. It can be difficult to locate mixer drinks such as tonic water.
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