(99871) 2814148

45/405 Shota Rustaveli Street
Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Mezzanine Floor., Office 8A
Mushtaq Mansion, Block D
Fazel-e-Haq Road, Blue Area
Islamabad, Pakistan

E-mail: tashkent@sitara.com islamabad@sitara.com

Phone (Uzbekistan): (99871) 2814148, (99871) 2814149, (99871) 2553504
Phone (Pakistan):  (9251) 2805583, (9251) 2805288

Fax: (99871) 1206500

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    Tajikistan Visa support
    We can provide Tajikistan Visa Support ( also known as Letter of Invitation) via the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan. As a company involved in tourism, we are obliged to apply for visa support only for passengers who avail our tour services. Minimum services required are: Arrival & departure transfers airport/hotel/airport. Hotel accommodation throughout the stay in... read more
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    The capital of Tajikistan (Stalinabad until 1961) is situated in the center of the Gissar Valley, 812 meters above sea lavel, on the junction of the Varzob and Luchob Rivers who meet as the Dushanbinka right beneath the bridge on Ismail Samani Avenue. The snow-capped Gissar mountain rage rises to the north and east of the city, and on the south it is bounded by the Kafirnigan River. It is a ... read more
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    Khujand is the second largest city in the country. It’s also one of Tajikistan’s oldest towns, founded by Alexander the Great more than 2,500 years ago. Commanding the entrance to the Ferghana Valley, Khujand enjoyed great prosperity and its riches and a citadel, before the Mongols steam rolled the city into oblivion in the early 13th century. In XVIII-XIX centuries Khujand has grown extensiv... read more
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    There are 7.8 million people in Tajikistan according to 2011 estimate. Which is Tajik 79.9%, Uzbek 16.5%, Russian 1.1% (declining because of emigration), Kyrgyz 1.1%, other (including Pashtuns, Bukharian Jews and Volga Germans) 2.6% (2009 population census). Growth rate is 1.88 (2009 est.) Tajikistan's main ethnic group are the Tajiks, with minorities such as the Uzbeks and Kyrgyz, and ... read more
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    This is the name of the town in the north of Tajikistan, located on the right bank of the Zeravshan River 60 km to the east of Samarkand. Zeravshan Valley from the ancient times is known as Sogd or Sogdiana. The inhabitants of the valley were Sogds – the direct ancestors of the modern Tajiks. In the Southern suburbs of modern Penjikent there is a site of ancient settlement, known in the scie... read more
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    Arts & Crafts
    The art culture of the country counts more than 8 milleniums. First on rock images were found by archeologists in Shakhty Grotto in Gorny Badakhshan (the Pamirs) at the attitude 4,100 m aove sea lavel. They belong to the so-called "marcansuy" culture, most high-mountainous culture of the Stone Age in the world. The Tajiks had a rich and old cultural history as witnesses by the excavations at ... read more
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    Culture & Customs
    In spite of great changes in the life of the Tajik people, numerous social customs and ceremonies belonging to the traditional culture of the people have still been preserved. Festive occasions in Tajikistan, be it weddings, birth or home coming, are celebrated jointly with great pleasure and ardour. Apart from all the inhabitantsof the kishlak (village) or mahhallia in towns, numerous friends and... read more
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    Festivals & Holidays
    January 1 - New Year's Day March 8 - International Woman's Day March 20 - March 22 - Persian New Year (Navruz) May 1 - International Labour Day May 9 - Victory Day, End of World War II (former Soviet holiday) June 27 - National Unity Day September 9 - Independence Day November 6 - Constitution Day November 9 - National Reconciliation Day ... read more
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    Gorno Badakshan Region
    Often known as GABAO a term, used during the Soviet Union days for the frontier regions of Tajikistan lying mainly in the Pamir mountain range. This region until a long time was the most inaccessible part of Tajik SSR till the construction of famous the Pamir Highway connecting with lower parts of Tajikistan and former Kyrgyz SSR. Even now due to its mountainous nature, accessibility is often not ... read more
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    Museum of Antiquities
    This is one the best museums of Central Asia with a large collection of Bactrian Greek, Sogdian and Buddhist period artifacts. The most interesting collection of exhibits is stone platform and artifacts from Takht-i-Sangin from the site of the Goddess of Oxus by the river Pyanj. The site which dates back to 5th BC was mercilessly robbed of its treasure – a Golden Chariot from the Achaemenian perio... read more