Over 90% of the land in Tajikistan is upland, this is one of the reasons it is popularly referred to as ‘The Roof of the World’. There are different trails in the country for hiking and trekking. These trails and the long-distance travels make the country a top attraction for tourists. While you are in the country, you can also visit the Shirkent Valley which offers short trekking and climbing trips. It is also worth mentioning that the people of Tajikistan are very cheerful and welcoming.
Foreigners in their hundreds of thousands troop into Tajikistan yearly. The country is one of the untapped attractions in the world but there the country has the potential for becoming one of the top tourist destinations in the world.
Tourists should avoid the possession and use of illegal drugs. If they are caught violating this law, they will be sentenced to prison for a long period of time. Taking photos of military and government buildings is one of those things high on the list of don’ts in the country, try not to do it.
Citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Jordan, Russia, and Ukraine do not need a visa for visits up to 90 days.