Tourists visiting Tajikistan do not need to get immunized, however they should have the latest in Tetanus and Typhoid in addition to Polio, Hepatitis A and Polio. Malaria is also able to be seen in Tajikistan, so it is best to talk with your physician local to get advice on immunisations.
You will often interact with the locals, all with their distinct customs and customs. We ask you to be respectful and treat them with respect. You can always rely on your tour guides or tour leaders to help you.
First, it is crucial to remember that Central Asia has a more relaxed attitude towards Islam than its neighboring countries of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Central Asia is a Muslim region, so it’s vital to be vigilant in specific places. Long shorts and T-shirts are acceptable for males and females in cities, however in the case of visiting any mosques active, people should wear trousers that do not go below the knee, and tops that cover their shoulders. Females should also be wearing a headscarf. While on this tour, we’ll be traveling in remote locations that are not frequently frequented by tourists. Local people are modest in dress therefore it is probable that you will feel more at ease in conservative attire.
Language & Religion
Tajikistan’s official language is Tajik. Russian is still used routinely for communication and business.
The majority of people adhere to Sunni Islam, with the small minority being followers of Russian Orthodox, Catholicism, Buddhism and Judaism.
Drinks and food
This tour focuses mainly on soups and meats. The availability of vegetables can be difficult find in remote areas and at higher elevations. There is an abundance of dried fruits and nuts available for you to try.
The choices for alcohol are limited to beer or vodka. Anyone looking to sample something different – like Scotch or Gin should buy the alcohol duty-free and bring it with them. It isn’t easy to locate mixer drinks such as tonic water.
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