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Looking to join/share a car from Osh to Dushanbe around the 16th of august

Posted: Sat Aug 10, 2019 3:24 pm
by ChaCa
Hi there,

We're 2 people (25 yrs) looking for a rideshare from Osh to Dushanbe. We'd like to start around the 16th of august (without peak lenin) and are planning to spend 9 - 12 days. We're flexible on our dates.
Looking forward hearing from you.

Charlotte & Caspar

Re: Looking to join/share a car from Osh to Dushanbe around the 16th of august

Posted: Sun Aug 11, 2019 4:49 am
by eline
Hi Charlotte and Caspar,

We are also planning on going down the Pamir Highway, originally on the 15th of August, but we are kind of flexible on our dates. We are thinking of booking a 6-day tour from Osh to Khorog (which can be found on Visit Alay - we are group 20). We were thinking of staying in Khorog for a few days and possibly explore the Bartang Valley, and then continue on to Dushanbe. We are also planning to spend around 9-12 days travelling, so we're interested in joining you.

Please let us know your thoughts.
All the best,

Eline and Adrian

Re: Looking to join/share a car from Osh to Dushanbe around the 16th of august

Posted: Sun Aug 11, 2019 11:26 am
by Gracepsh
Hey guys,

I'm a solo traveler from Singapore, 25yo. Thinking of heading from Osh - Dushanbe, and onwards to Uzbekistan. My visa entry to Tajikistan is anytime from 15th August, ideally I'd like to go for about 10-ish days with some hiking in between, but I'm pretty chill and flexible with the starting date/duration.

Let me know what you guys think!

Re: Looking to join/share a car from Osh to Dushanbe around the 16th of august

Posted: Sun Aug 11, 2019 1:21 pm
by Visaira
Hello everybody, we have 2 vacancies available but starting the 17th from Ohs, a 5 days tour We are a couple from Spain (39,41 years old).

This Will be the itinerary:

Day 1: Osh – Tulpar Kol
The still waters of this quiet mountain lake reflect the surrounding forests, and the trail up looks out over splendid views of the surrounding valleys and a small corner of the lake on the horizon. The largest of a string of 42 small lakes, Tulpar Kol stretches for nearly a kilometre in between the final small foothills and the first major ridge of the Trans-Alay range. Strolling the quiet lake shore or searching out the other 41 lakes nearby offers ever-changing angles on the peaks and glaciers leading towards Lenin far above. At 3 500 m, though, you may well run out of breath before you run out of lakes.
.



Day 2: Tulpar Kol – Karakul Lake – Murgab
They say in the Pamir: “to arrive here and do not see Murgab is like not visiting the Pamirs at all”. After all, by the Roof of the World, we mean Murgab. In the morning we will drive to this town. On the way you will drive over the highest Ak Baital pass (4 655 m). At the flat landscape of desolate Murgab there are dozens of peaks with absolute altitude over 6 000 meters above sea level. Often the landscape of Murghab is compared to the surface of the Moon by visitors, viewing the scene with outsiders’ eyes. Indeed, this comparison speaks to the unrepeatable experience of being in Murghab and the uniqueness of the place. The desolate and high-altitude climate of Murghab is almost Arctic. Dry air, short and cool summers and almost snowless, severe, freezing winters characterize the weather. Dinner and night is in a guesthouse.



Day 3: Murgab – Yashil Kul Lake – Bulunkul Lake – Langar
The most beautiful lakes of the Pamirs are Yashil Kul and Bulunkul (Blue lakes), stretched on the altitude of 3 700 meters above sea level, are situated in the Murghab district. Today we will spend a night near them. The color of water in Bulunkul is a subtle inter-play of violet and dark-blue in the sunlight. Species of fish like are found in abundance in the lake. There is the opportunity to see yaks, a unique species of domestic animals, sharing features of cow and sheep, traditionally used as a beast of burden apart from giving milk and meat products. In the afternoon we will drive to Langar along Afghanistan border. On the way you will drive over Khargush pass (4 344 m). Dinner and night is in a home stay.


Day 4: Langar – Yamg – Ishkashim
Drive towards the Wakhan corridor. There are several places of interest to stop. Above the village of Vrang, on a cliff-side pitted with caves, stands a Buddhist complex dating from 4th- 7th centuries. At Yamg, we visit the reconstructed home of Sufi mystic Muabara Kadam , who died in 1910. Near this house there is stone pillar with a hole in it which he used to calculate a solar calendar. On the road we will visit Kah-Kaa and Yamchun fortresses, further up the hillside are the hot spring at Bibi Fatima: dense and very salty minerals, the water at Bibi Fatima is crystal clear. Overnight is in guesthouse.



Day 5: Ishkashim – Khorog
In the morning we will drive to Khorog. It is perhaps one of the tiniest cities on the map of the world. It is surrounded by rocky mountains from all four sides. The town was built on the confluence of the 3 rivers where Shokhdara river and Ghund river flow into Pyanj river. On the way to Khorog you will meet Pamir people. A number of anthropological features set the Pamir people apart from the Tajik people. Among the Pamiris, there is a high percentage of people with blonde hair, fair skin and blue eyes. Pamirs Mountains are the highest mountains in the world with human population after the Himalayas in Tibet. Life in the mountains made traditions of local people different from Tajik people. Dinner is in a restaurant. Night is in a guesthouse.

We are lookin for 2 pepople to share the costs. If you are interested please respomd or comtact me in 0034655743732

Re: Looking to join/share a car from Osh to Dushanbe around the 16th of august

Posted: Sun Aug 11, 2019 1:25 pm
by Visaira
eline wrote:Hi Charlotte and Caspar,

We are also planning on going down the Pamir Highway, originally on the 15th of August, but we are kind of flexible on our dates. We are thinking of booking a 6-day tour from Osh to Khorog (which can be found on Visit Alay - we are group 20). We were thinking of staying in Khorog for a few days and possibly explore the Bartang Valley, and then continue on to Dushanbe. We are also planning to spend around 9-12 days travelling, so we're interested in joining you.

Please let us know your thoughts.
All the best,

Eline and Adrian



Hello everybody, we have 2 vacancies available but starting the 17th from Ohs, a 5 days tour We are a couple from Spain (39,41 years old). We would end the 21st in Khor

This Will be the itinerary:

Day 1: Osh – Tulpar Kol
The still waters of this quiet mountain lake reflect the surrounding forests, and the trail up looks out over splendid views of the surrounding valleys and a small corner of the lake on the horizon. The largest of a string of 42 small lakes, Tulpar Kol stretches for nearly a kilometre in between the final small foothills and the first major ridge of the Trans-Alay range. Strolling the quiet lake shore or searching out the other 41 lakes nearby offers ever-changing angles on the peaks and glaciers leading towards Lenin far above. At 3 500 m, though, you may well run out of breath before you run out of lakes.
.



Day 2: Tulpar Kol – Karakul Lake – Murgab
They say in the Pamir: “to arrive here and do not see Murgab is like not visiting the Pamirs at all”. After all, by the Roof of the World, we mean Murgab. In the morning we will drive to this town. On the way you will drive over the highest Ak Baital pass (4 655 m). At the flat landscape of desolate Murgab there are dozens of peaks with absolute altitude over 6 000 meters above sea level. Often the landscape of Murghab is compared to the surface of the Moon by visitors, viewing the scene with outsiders’ eyes. Indeed, this comparison speaks to the unrepeatable experience of being in Murghab and the uniqueness of the place. The desolate and high-altitude climate of Murghab is almost Arctic. Dry air, short and cool summers and almost snowless, severe, freezing winters characterize the weather. Dinner and night is in a guesthouse.



Day 3: Murgab – Yashil Kul Lake – Bulunkul Lake – Langar
The most beautiful lakes of the Pamirs are Yashil Kul and Bulunkul (Blue lakes), stretched on the altitude of 3 700 meters above sea level, are situated in the Murghab district. Today we will spend a night near them. The color of water in Bulunkul is a subtle inter-play of violet and dark-blue in the sunlight. Species of fish like are found in abundance in the lake. There is the opportunity to see yaks, a unique species of domestic animals, sharing features of cow and sheep, traditionally used as a beast of burden apart from giving milk and meat products. In the afternoon we will drive to Langar along Afghanistan border. On the way you will drive over Khargush pass (4 344 m). Dinner and night is in a home stay.


Day 4: Langar – Yamg – Ishkashim
Drive towards the Wakhan corridor. There are several places of interest to stop. Above the village of Vrang, on a cliff-side pitted with caves, stands a Buddhist complex dating from 4th- 7th centuries. At Yamg, we visit the reconstructed home of Sufi mystic Muabara Kadam , who died in 1910. Near this house there is stone pillar with a hole in it which he used to calculate a solar calendar. On the road we will visit Kah-Kaa and Yamchun fortresses, further up the hillside are the hot spring at Bibi Fatima: dense and very salty minerals, the water at Bibi Fatima is crystal clear. Overnight is in guesthouse.



Day 5: Ishkashim – Khorog
In the morning we will drive to Khorog. It is perhaps one of the tiniest cities on the map of the world. It is surrounded by rocky mountains from all four sides. The town was built on the confluence of the 3 rivers where Shokhdara river and Ghund river flow into Pyanj river. On the way to Khorog you will meet Pamir people. A number of anthropological features set the Pamir people apart from the Tajik people. Among the Pamiris, there is a high percentage of people with blonde hair, fair skin and blue eyes. Pamirs Mountains are the highest mountains in the world with human population after the Himalayas in Tibet. Life in the mountains made traditions of local people different from Tajik people. Dinner is in a restaurant. Night is in a guesthouse.

We are lookin for 2 pepople to share the costs. If you are interested please respomd or comtact me in 0034655743732

Re: Looking to join/share a car from Osh to Dushanbe around the 16th of august

Posted: Mon Aug 12, 2019 11:59 am
by Evalu
Hi Charlotte & Caspar,
You already found someone? We would like to rent a car going very similar dates like you, 16.-26.would be perfect! We would go osh-khorog osh, have to be back there 26th. You like to join?
I am just facing some visa payment problems which I hope to solve...
Hope to hear from you,
Eva

Re: Looking to join/share a car from Osh to Dushanbe around the 16th of august

Posted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 7:02 am
by Kyonglim
ChaCa wrote:Hi there,

We're 2 people (25 yrs) looking for a rideshare from Osh to Dushanbe. We'd like to start around the 16th of august (without peak lenin) and are planning to spend 9 - 12 days. We're flexible on our dates.
Looking forward hearing from you.

Charlotte & Caspar


Hi Charlotte and Caspar
we two person group are looking for traveller to share a car, it starts on 15th.
İf you didnt find group yet, send me a messege:Whatsapp +996 702 789 766

Re: Looking to join/share a car from Osh to Dushanbe around the 16th of august

Posted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 7:28 am
by Kyonglim
Gracepsh wrote:Hey guys,

I'm a solo traveler from Singapore, 25yo. Thinking of heading from Osh - Dushanbe, and onwards to Uzbekistan. My visa entry to Tajikistan is anytime from 15th August, ideally I'd like to go for about 10-ish days with some hiking in between, but I'm pretty chill and flexible with the starting date/duration.

Let me know what you guys think!


Hi grace
We are two person group, looking for traveller to join the tour from 15th august from osh to dushanbe, during 7days.
İf you interested in, send me a messege in whatsapp +996 702 789 766

Re: Looking to join/share a car from Osh to Dushanbe around the 16th of august

Posted: Thu Aug 15, 2019 5:25 pm
by Visaira
eline wrote:Hi Charlotte and Caspar,

We are also planning on going down the Pamir Highway, originally on the 15th of August, but we are kind of flexible on our dates. We are thinking of booking a 6-day tour from Osh to Khorog (which can be found on Visit Alay - we are group 20). We were thinking of staying in Khorog for a few days and possibly explore the Bartang Valley, and then continue on to Dushanbe. We are also planning to spend around 9-12 days travelling, so we're interested in joining you.

Please let us know your thoughts.
All the best,

Eline and Adrian


Hi, we have a tour booked, starting the 17th from Osh to Khorog. We have 2 vacancies. 5 days tour