On trails Iskanderkul lake

On trails Iskanderkul lake, Tajikistan tours. 

The name of tour: On trails Iskanderkul lake                  

Tour's destinations: Dushanbe, Iskanderkul Lake, Hissor. 

Quantity of the days: 4 days 

Day 1: Dushanbe
After arrival to the airport, you will get acquainted with your guide and drive to Dushanbe. You will have a full day city tour where you will have a chance to visit the main highlights of the capital and know a lot of information about the country. In course of the tour you will explore: Rudake Park, National library, White House, National state seal, and House of parliament. Then you will meander in National park, marvel Ministry of Inner Affairs and the biggest National Flag in the world. You will explore Central Museum and Gurminj Museum of traditional musical instruments. You will plunge into the national atmosphere and visit Asian bazar. You will discover fascinating goods, fruits and vegetables. You will spend the night in a hotel. 

Day 2: Dushanbe - Iskanderkul Lake
Today you will kick start to high Mountain lake - Iskanderkul (2 255 m. a. s. l.). The pearl of Tajikistan is located in the center of the Fann Mountains, most often local residents call it a national treasure of the state. It is the fascinating are in Central Asia. You are going to transfer along Anzob pass (3 372 m) you will have a chance today to take a wonderful photos. Then you will discover the beaches of the lake, relax and walk along it beaches. You will also walk to the waterfall 40 minutes. Tajikistan has incredible water resources and ranks 2nd among the CIS countries: it has the highest water reserves of all Central Asian countries with more than 1 000 rivers, 2 000 lakes and 8000 glaciers. 

Day 3: Iskanderkul - Dushanbe - Hissor
After breakfast you will direct Dushanbe. After that you will lead 35 km to visit Hissor fortress (VII-XVII centuries). The fortress stood on a hillside and was constantly guarded by guards. It was the residence of Bek, the Governor of the Emirate of Bukhara with walls about 1 m thick, and loopholes for cannons and guns. Huge staircases and platforms lined with stone led to the Central entrance to the Hissar fortress. To this day, they have not been preserved, as well as the Palace building as a whole. All that remains of the fortress is a magnificent gate made of burnt brick with two towers, between which there is an arch. In the 18th and 19th centuries, all the gates of Bukhara were built on this principle. There are interesting sites in Hissor include: the recently restored monuments of "Madrasa I Kuhna" (new school of 16th-17th centuries), mosque; the mausoleum of "Mahdumi Azam" (16th century). Your night will be in the hotel.

Day 4: Dushanbe - Airport
In the morning is transfer to airport.