It is hard to imagine Pamir Guides, a successful tour operator in Central Asia, without acknowledging the founding fathers. Saidali, Kuban, coming from a little town Murgab (3560 m) in Eastern Pamir.
They started their career when they were working as guides in ACTED (a French development organization) around 2000s. Under the communist regime, Pamir was inaccessible to the outside world. After the end of Soviet Union, it become possible attracting many people to discover the region’s landscapes.
Following up the proposal, submitted to UNESCO in order to develop tourism in this region, Saidali and Kuban became one of the first pioneers of tourism developing in Pamir. Since then, they have turned into one of the successful tour operators not only in Pamir but also beyond, across Central Asia.
Saidali Gaibuldaev Kuban Kozubekov
According to Saidali and Kuban, “Even though we have more than 15 years of experience in guiding tourists by now, we would like to acknowledge our partner Pamir’s Bridges, A Swiss Association for Foreign Aid and Development. We, all the team of Pamir Guides, highly value and thank Pamir’s Bridges for supporting our initiative.”