There are no compulsory immunisations required for visitors to Tajikistan however you must be up-to-date with Typhoid, Tetanus, Polio as well as Hepatitis A. Malaria is prevalent in certain areas of Tajikistan which is why we advise you consult with your local doctor or travel clinic regarding the most appropriate vaccinations and preventative treatments.
While on our trips, you will frequently interact with local people all with their own distinct tradition and customs. It is your responsibility to show respect and consideration towards the local population. Your tour-guides and tour-leaders will always be able to advise you accordingly.
One thing to remember about travel in Central Asia is that most areas, specifically the towns and cities, have a much more laid-back approach to Islam as compared to their counterparts to the south in Afghanistan and Pakistan. It is a Muslim area so it is crucial to be aware when visiting certain areas. Although both genders can wear shorts or T-shirts in cities, they should not wear long sleeves or T-shirts. But, those who visit places of worship should wear pants which are lower than the knees and tops that cover the shoulders. Ladies should also wear a headscarf. The trip takes us to remote areas that aren’t typically visited by tourists. The local people are very modest in their dress and you’re likely to feel more comfortable dressed in conservative clothes too.
Language and Religion
Tajikistan’s official language is Tajik. Russian is still used routinely in business and communication.
The majority of people follow Sunni Islam, with the minority of them following Russian Orthodox, Catholicism, Buddhism and Judaism.
Food and drinks
This tour focuses mainly on soups and meats. It can be difficult to discover in remote areas, and at higher elevations. However, there’s plenty of dried fruits and nuts that are available to try.
Regarding alcohol, your options are mainly limited to vodka or beer so anyone wanting something different , like Scotch or Gin for example – ought to buy it duty free and then bring it to the store. Mixer drinks such as tonic water can be extremely difficult to locate, however.
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