Luxury hotels in Tajikistan? In Dushanbe. Obviously, but not only.

Mountains cover more than 90% of Tajikistan’s area. Over 50% of the nation is above 3000 meters above sea level. The tallest mountain in Tajikistan is the 7,495-meter-tall Ismoil Somoni Peak.

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High mountains

High-Altitude Scenery

The Pamir Mountains, which are more than 7,000 meters (22,965 feet) tall, are referred to be the "Roof of the World." The highest mountain ranges on the Eurasian continent meet at the Pamir Knot.

900+ Rivers

Almost 900 rivers are longer than 10 km. Through this nation flow some of the longest rivers in Central Asia. Two of the largest rivers in Tajikistan are the Syr Darya and the Amu Darya.

Tajikistan Glacier

Longest Glacier Beyond The Polar Regions

The Fedchenko Glacier has a surface area of 700 square kilometers, a length of around 77 kilometers, and a thickness of 3,300 feet at its thickest point.

The nation has a population of about 9.8 million and a land area of 143,100 square kilometers. Iskanderkul Lake, a mountain lake 4 km long and 2,195 m high, is one of Tajikistan’s most magnificent locations. The lake bears Alexander the Great’s name, and it is thought that it was here that his horse, Bucephalus, perished during a fight. During the day, it seems as though the water transitions from blue to milky white.