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Bradt Tajikistan

3a edizione (2020)

Ibbotson Sophie ,‎ Claire Blackmore , Behruz Boev

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Sophie Ibbotson moved to central Asia in 2008 and lived and worked in the ĺStans for the next five years, advising national governments and promoting investment. She now returns to central Asia several times a year and continues to develop and promote investment and tourism opportunities there.
Claire Blackmore has worked in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan as an influenza expert both independently and with global health organizations. She first visited Tajikistan after a long European winter and fell in love with the warmth and colors of the capital, Dushanbe. Since then she has been to Tajikistan five times, each time exploring a new part of the country and attempting (mostly in vain) to improve her language skills. She wants others to find out more about this fascinating and welcoming country in order to share the wild, untouched beauty and rugged mountain landscapes.
Having graduated from Tajik State National University with a Bachelors degree in International Economic Relations, Behruz Boev has worked in tourism for four years, both as a tour guide and as a manager in a number of tour agencies. He has volunteered and worked in many different international organizations but gains the most enjoyment from exploring his country and sharing it with others. He loves his job, the nature, people, local traditions, customs and music, and is passionate about introducing his country to the rest of the world. He sees organizing tours as not just his profession but as an art, creating a deeper contact and understanding between tourists and his country, and taking a little of the Tajik hospitality home in their luggage.


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Epic mountain landscapes, glacial lakes and the mighty Oxus River encircle ancient Buddhist sites, Silk Road trading posts, medieval shrines and planned Soviet cities alike. The guide includes tried and tested trekking routes in the Frann, Zerafshan and Pamir mountain ranges and comprehensive bird-watching and wildlife sections. Rich historical detail, entertaining anecdotes along with first-hand descriptions of everything from Soghdian ruins to playing the traditional sport of buz kashi or 'dead goat polo', bring the country alive.