Ishkoshim, Tajikistan

Tajikistan is a country in Central Asia surrounded by Afghanistan, China, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. It’s known for rugged mountains, popular for hiking and climbing. The Fann Mountains, near the national capital Dushanbe, have snow-capped peaks that rise over 5,000 meters. The range encompasses the Iskanderkulsky Nature Refuge, a notable bird habitat named for Iskanderkul, a turquoise lake formed by glaciers.
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Ishkashim 2017: Best of Ishkashim, Tajikistan Tourism – TripAdvisor

Ishkashim Tourism: TripAdvisor has 9 reviews of Ishkashim Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Ishkashim resource.”
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Ishkashim Border Market: The People – Travel Wakhan

“For many travelers headed to the Wakhan , the border market at Ishkashim is the closest they will actually get to being in Afghanistan during their trip. If you're in the Wakhan area of Tajikistan on a Saturday and not in too much of a hurry to get to Khorog or Dushanbe, the market is definitely worth a trip out from Khorog or …”
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Ishkashim Border Market – Ishkashim, Tajikistan – Atlas Obscura

Travel through Afghanistan is, of course, dangerous. But Ishkashim is at the base of the Wakhan Corridor, which is generally safe, as is the Pamir region of Tajikistan. You can obtain a tourist visa when you enter Tajikistan at the Dushanbe airport. You will then need to get a GBAO permit to travel to Khorog, the capital of the …”
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Ishkashim Market: An afternoon in Afghanistan | Caravanistan

“13 Aug 2016 A trip report + how to on the Ishkashim market on the Afghanistan-Tajikistan border. … Travel info. We took a public minivan from Khorog to Ishkashim for $8, and then found a shared taxi leaving from the Ishkashim market back to Khorog for the same price. We stayed with a host family in Ishkashim for $10 …”
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Travel with Children in Ishkashim, Tajikistan – Lonely Planet

“Children are welcomed by Tajik people who are highly family oriented. That said, few choose to travel with youngsters as health and safety issues abound from problems with drinking water to lack of car seats and seatbelts on hazardous roads. Supplies of nappies and baby food are hard come by outside of towns and …”
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Ishkashim Border Crossing and Information – Lonely Planet

“22 Feb 2015 I plan on making a trip to Ishkashim via Tajikistan this summer in mid-August. I am very excited, and have been reading lots of travel blogs here and elsewhere about…”
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Wakhan Corridor (Afghan) | Tajik Tourism

“However travel is feasible and tourism is just starting to find its feet in this remote and beautiful area. To get to the corridor there is only one advisable way there that involves crossing from Tajikistan at the Ishkashim crossing. It is confusing but there are two villages with the same name on both sides of the border – they are …”
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Wakhan Valley: Visiting the Afghan Border Market

“7 Oct 2013 The Afghan border market by Ishkashim between Afghanistan and Tajikistan can give you a taste of Afghanistan while visiting the Wakhan Valley (or Corridor) … a “scary” place than to, well, meet its humans. Now, this wasn't the trip where I would actually travel to Afghanistan, but I did sort of make it there.”
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How not to travel in Afghanistan – Stevie on the Move

“From Khorog we hitchhiked to the border at Ishkashim, had some interesting talks while walking along the road with a drunk Tajik guy who kept saying, it's just around the corner for one hour walking in the middle of the night. And then after getting invited by a nice local to stay at his place we made it to the border the next …”
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Tajikistan – Wikitravel

“There are marshrutkas and taxis from Khujand to Oybek. Taxis cost from 50 to 100 somonis depending on time of a day. In winter months, snow blocks the passes connecting Dushanbe with the north of Tajikistan. To travel to Dushanbe during these months, you need to head south and cross from Termez, which will take …”
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Tajikistan travel – Lonely Planet

“It hasn't been easy for these traditional communities to adapt to the changing world beyond their mountain strongholds, but despite this, they are unfailingly welcoming of outsiders and cheerfully excuse cultural faux-pas as part-and-parcel of their proud democracy. For visitors tolerant of a few travelling hardships (outdoor …”
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The Ultimate Guide To Backpacking Tajikistan – Goats On The Road

“7 Jun 2014 Travelling Tajikistan is not always easy, but the days of corrupt border guards and random checkpoint charges are pretty much over. This guide will teach you everything you need to know about travelling in this fascinating country. Rough and rugged Tajikistan is a place where few travellers venture, but …”
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Tajikistan 2017: Best of Tajikistan Tourism – TripAdvisor

Tajikistan Tourism: TripAdvisor has 5849 reviews of Tajikistan Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Tajikistan resource.”
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Tajikistan Travel Guide – Advantour

“Guide to Tajikistan and its ancient cities once located on the Great Silk Road. Find Tajikistan city guides, maps, pictures, and travel information.”
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Tajikistan – US Department of State

Tajikistan. Republic of Tajikistan. Last Updated: February 2, 2017. Embassy Messages. Safety and Security Messages. Worldwide CautionMon, 11 Dec 2017. Worldwide Caution – December 6, 2017. As part of the Department of State's continuous efforts to provide U.S. citizens traveling abroad with information about safety …”
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Tajikistan: the best trekking destination you've never heard of

“8 Sep 2017 Isolation can be a beautiful sensation and good news arrived for fans of far-flung places last year, when the Foreign Office announced it is no longer advising against all but essential travel to Tajikistan's Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Oblast (GBAO), aka the Pamirs. This remote eastern part of this …”
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Travel Guide to Tajikistan | Caravanistan

“13 Oct 2017 Tajikistan Travel Guide. The Pamir mountains capture the imagination of travelers more than any other destination in Central Asia. From the high wind-swept semi-desert of the far east, to the Wakhan valley where you can wave and chat to villagers in Afghanistan: the Pamirs are a unique place that have …”
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Tajikistan Travel Guide and Travel Information | World Travel Guide

“Find peace in Tajikistan amidst the mountainous backdrop, and find hospitality in the friendly locals. World Travel Guide offers information on travel, food and more.”
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Tours and Travel in Tajikistan: Pamir Highway and Wakhan …

“Small group adventure tours and private journeys to Tajikistan: Tours across Pamirs, Wakhan valley and Pamir Highway (M41)”
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