On the 2nd of October 2017, 8 strangers from different background all came together coincidentally to set out on a road trip across Central Asia for 8 days through the Pamir Highway, the second highest highway in the world. An unlikely band of strangers traveling along one of the most remote road in the world has led me to experience one of the best trip of my life.
We started our journey from Osh, Kyrgyzstan and crossed the border to Tajikistan and travel the mountainous region of the Pamirs through Karakul, Murghab, Bulunkul, Langar, Wakhan valley, Ishkashim, Khorog and lastly Dushanbe.
There’s something about taking a remote and disconnected multi-day trips that always leaves me aching for more days with these beautiful souls. We spent 8 days together day and night, experiencing amazing things together, killing boredom together, and while all that becoming great friends. This road trip is the definition of traveling miracles.
I hope you enjoy this road trip video as much as I do making them. What do you think of the video? Does it make you wanna go on a road trip with us? Let me know in the comments!
Location: Osh, Karakul Lake , Murghab, Bulunkul, Langar, Wakhan valley, Ishkashim, Khorog and Dushanbe
Camera Gear: Sony a6500 + 16mm – 70mm Zeiss lens, Mavic Drone (not mine) (blog.bucketlistly.com/post/145558191893/travel-photography-gear-guide-light-travel)
Music: The Suburbs (Continued) – Arcade Fire, Great Divide – Humming House
Drone Footages by Dylan Endrion
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