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Amazing cultural experience and awesome scenery

We spent 2 weeks traveling in Tajikistan in August 2018. Umed from Fann Mountain Travel picked us... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2018
Denver, Colorado
A High Trek And A Cultural High

I lived in Dushanbe for many years and while there I passed thru the Fann Mountains many times. I... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2018
Roseville, Minnesota
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26 Aug 2018
“Amazing cultural experience and awesome scenery”
11 Apr 2018
“A High Trek And A Cultural High”
Ayni, Tajikistan
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Reviewed 27 August 2018

We spent 2 weeks traveling in Tajikistan in August 2018. Umed from Fann Mountain Travel picked us up at the airport and arranged the entire 2 weeks. First week was spent trekking in the Fann Mountains. Amazing scenery but even more amazing was the cultural...More

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Reviewed 12 April 2018

I lived in Dushanbe for many years and while there I passed thru the Fann Mountains many times. I have visited Iskanderkul Lake and little villages nestled along the main road from Dushanbe to Ayni and on to Panjakent and Khujand. These mountains get into...More

2  Thank kerrysly1
Reviewed 14 December 2017

Make a round trek in this range and you will experience how steep are the mountains and how hard is to live in this country.

1  Thank Scrat59
Reviewed 23 September 2016

Few hours drive from Dushanbe absolutely stunning scenery awaits you in Fann mountains. Typical trekking tours go from one mountain lake to another one over some passes, always with great view on snow-capped mountains and going through different vegetation zones. Compared to Pamirs, the average...More

4  Thank Kalpak_Travel
Reviewed 4 July 2016

Fann Mountains in the west of Tajikistan are trekker's paradise. Very different to Pamirs and possibly more foot friendly. There are already well established (unmarked) trails and routes; those with camping equipment are in the best position to enjoy most of what mountains have to...More

11  Thank GoranWembley
Reviewed 9 September 2015

We went trekking in these mountains with World Expeditions for 5 days. The scenery was stunning however the trek was hard going especially going over Alauddin Pass which is at 3680 metres. No problem for fit people. The Donkey men were great and invited us...More

3  Thank RossCSydney
Reviewed 19 August 2014

We used ZTDA tourism (http://www.ztda-tourism.tj/en) for a 6 night/7 day trek. Our children are aged 7 and 9 and they loved it. The scenery was amazing and it was enjoyable to camp by a different lake each night. We hired an extra donkey for the...More

2  Thank jarrodd1
Reviewed 23 July 2014

We hired Mountain Adventure Travel to take 6 days to Fann Mountain in June 2014. We started from the Marguzor Lake and ended in Alaudin Lake. Specticular and awesome snow mountain and lakes all along the route. The weather is lovely with a little bit...More

1  Thank pwau98
Reviewed 12 October 2012

The Fan Mountains provide some of the most attractive scenery of Tajikistan. They are situated in the north west of the country, between the Hissar and Zerafshan Ranges, west of the Anzob Pass. The Fan Mountains are often known as the “Land of Lakes”, thirty...More

Thank MegaSte
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