Tajikistan is a country of high mountains. Not occasionally the main mountainous system in Tajikistan is called Pamir which means ‘the roof of the world’. More than 90 percent of the whole territory of Tajikistan makes mountains, mainly the Pamir and Fann Mountains. The country is surrounded by the countries such as Kyrgyzstan, China, Afghanistan, and Uzbekistan. If you wish to travel to Tajikistan, be ready to be at high altitudes as the average altitude is more than 2,000 meters above sea level. The picturesque views of Pamir Highway and Wakhan corridor will help you see and experience the authentic life of the people of Mamir, known as Wakhi. You will pass by the villages of Khorog, Ishkoshim, Langar, Yamchun and enjoy the views of beautiful alpine lakes of Bulunkul and Yashilkul. The northern part of Tajikistan is also colorful with diversity of landscapes. During your tours in Fann Mountains make sure you don’t miss the Iskanderkul lake and Seven Lakes, where it is possible to do active hiking or trekking. You can also learnabout the ancient civilizations visiting the Penjakent city with its ruins as well as Sarazm city. Enjoy strolling down the bazaar of Istaravshan town, learn the architecture of Khujand and Dushanbe cities. Tajikistan population makes more than 9 million people. The main state language is Tajik language, which belongs to Persian group of languages. The Tajik people have amazing culture combined with sedentary and nomadic way of life. Nowadays, more and more tourists are happy to explore this underrated destination of Central Asia.