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As a response, the Tajik government sometimes carries out counter-terrorist operations on the outskirts of Dushanbe.

In Khujand, Tajikistan's second largest city in the north of the country, there was a large explosion in September 2010 – again not likely to affect traveller's who rarely visit this city.

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Be aware that areas bordering the country – particularly along the Afghan, Uzbek and Kyrgyz borders –may have unexploded mines although these are usually clearly marked.

should not be visited and it's worth keeping abreast of the news in Tajikistan as insurgency activity there can affect the security situation along the border and within Tajikistan.

It is 93% mountainous and has some of the most audacious trekking on the planet and one of the world's best road trips – the Pamir Highway - but is it safe? With a low crime rate, a growing range of home-stay accommodation, a friendly population, a slightly less daunting government than some neighbouring countries this is a country that is keen to push forward and to welcome travellers, meaning that now it is easier travel around Tajikistan.

There is a small, but growing threat of terrorism in Tajikistan in certain areas of the country.

In some places only a river divides the two countries.

Dushanbe, the capital, is quite different at night to during the day.Women travellers will find Tajikistan easier than countries such as India and Egypt where staring and groping are much more common.However, there have been a few traveller reports of over-amorous tour guides and inappropriate comments by drivers and guides which have made female travellers, especially solo ones, feel uncomfortable.One traveller reported being fined 0 US dollars for not having her paperwork in check (a missing permit in this instance), be very careful if you pass through the airport with a lot of cash and do not verbally confirm how much you're carrying or this can encourage a heavy ‘tip'.The number one health rule in Tajikistan, especially in the capital Dushanbe is - don't drink the water.Strolling ladies, laughing children and old men sipping tea at pavement cafes set the scene in the morning, but after nightfall the streets are empty and boy racers (some who are most likely under the influence) race up the main drag, Rudaki, making crossing the road perilous.

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