Our Snow Leopard Trip to Tajikistan combines the incredible landscapes of the High Pamir with old-fashioned exploration. Discover legendary hospitality in the heart of Central Asia while searching for snow leopards, Argali, Ibex, and the famed Markhor. We visit three different conservancies on the search for some of the rarest wildlife in the world.
As a participant on this tour, you are directly supporting conservation. 20% of the price is donated to the High Asia Habitat Fund to build predator proof corrals and support ranger trainings in snow leopard habitat in Central Asia. The snow leopard trip to Tajikistan is a fantastic adventure.
November 1 – 16
2022 | 2023
4 – 6 Guests
Starts/ends in Dushanbe, Tajikistan.
Led by Behzad J. Larry FRGS, FRAS
From $6,880 per person.
Departures can be made private.
Bespoke departures possible.
Introduction to the Snow Leopard Trip to Tajikistan
Snow Leopard Expedition Team
With a diverse set of specializations, our expedition leaders add an immense amount to any tour. If you have trouble deciding on the right one for you – just get in touch. We’ll be happy to recommend the right leader.
Behzad Larry is a professional photographer, historian, and adventurer. An avid explorer, Behzad specializes in documenting the remote reaches of the world. Through his travel photography he covers wildlife, portraiture, and landscapes in the high Himalayas, Central Asia, and the…
Dorjay "eagle-eyes" Stanzin is probably the world's top snow leopard spotter. Hailing from the small village of Skiu in Hemis National Park, Dorjay has been working with snow leopards and conservation since 1990. Between 1992 and 1997 he helped start…
Behzad and Dorjay will be supported by several Tajik specialists and ranger teams.
Testimonials for the Snow Leopard Expedition
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A True Adventure
This is the second time I've traveled with Voygr Expeditions, and I'm sure to come back for more. What makes Voygr so special is that they have created adventures that are deeply aligned with and respectful of the land, the…continue reading →
Amazing time in Leh!
What an exciting trip it was to go see the Snow Leopards in Leh. I was not sure what to expect but what I experienced far exceeded it. We were able to see 7 snow leopard sightings. On top of…continue reading →
This adventure absolutely exceeded my expectations. It was a unique combination of being totally in nature with many upscale comforts. The staff was exceptional, they anticipated your every need and were especially accommodating. I have such respect for everyone who…continue reading →
Dream Trip to See Snow Leopards
My wife and I had a dream trip up to Leh/Hemis National Park with Voygr Expeditions and Behzad and were lucky enough to see several snow leopards! We even saw a mum and 2 cubs playing around in snow from…continue reading →
Exceptional Snow Leopard Expedition
Just came back from an 8-night trekking expedition with the Voygr crew. Wow. Unbelievable camp experience with some nice amenities (e.g. cots/carpets/side tables in the tents), and great food prepared 3x daily (lunch was delivered to us wherever we were…continue reading →
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