Day 1. Osh (980m) – Kara-Kul
On the way to the village we will see quite different landscapes of the Alay mountains. Via Taldyk pass (3,615m). Stop on the way for lunch. We will pass Sary tash village that lead to both China and Tajik Borders. If the weather is sunny we will see the Greatness of Peak Lenin (7,134m), so cross the fingers) Then we pass the Kyzyl art pass (4,282m). You will notice the difference of greeny Kyrgyz mountains and brown Tajik mountains with cutting mountain shapes. Overnight in Guesthouse.
Day 2: Kara-Kul – Murgab (3,800m)
Drive to Murgab via Rang-Kul lake. Drive north over Akbaital pass (4655). Highest point of the journey. From here, it is a long descent to Rang kul & Murgab. On the way turn to Rang kul lake. Visit Rang Kul Lake and drive to Murgab.
Day 3: Murgab – Bulun-Kul lake
Transfer to Bulun-Kul and Yashil-Kul lakes. We will see Ethnic Kyrgyz People in these regions. Overnight in Guesthouse.
Day 4: Bulun-Kul – Langar
Early morning drive along the Wakhan Corridor from lakes to Langar. When we get to Langar we climb up to the ancient petroglyphs and see the beaty of the Pamirs. Above the village of Vrang, on a cliff-side pitted with caves, stands a Buddhist complex dating from 4th-7th centuries. In the cool of the morning we climb up above the Langar village to see the petroglyphs. Overnight in Guesthouse.
Day 5: Langar – Ishkashim
Drive towards the Wakhan corridor. There are several places of interest to stop. The Afghan border along the Vakhan Valley. At Yamg, visit the reconstructed of Sufi mystic Muabara Kadam, who died in 1910. Nearby there is a stone pillar with a hole in it which he used to calculate a solar calendar. Overnight in Guesthouse
Day 6: Ishkashim – Khorog
Continue to Khorog. We stop along the way for a scenic picnic. In couple hours we reach the end of the Wakhan River valley. This is where the 19th century Great Game ended, between the Russian and British empires. On the way stop for hot springs at Garm-e-Chasma. From here the road continues up along the north side of the river. There are amazing views of the Pamirs to the right and the Afghan population to the left. Overnight in Guesthouse.