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Posted 14 Nov, 2013 | 2 Comments
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After our epic 2 week drive over the Pamir Mountains, we decided we should fly over them to get a better view. While we were waiting at the “airport” (really just a patch of pavement at 2,500 meters), we were told that our plane was not coming… We were then told that we would be taking the flight in a helicopter! This is the video of our journey, which will go down as one of our ultimate travel adventures!

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A Helicopter Ride Over The Pamir Mountains

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2 thoughts on “A Helicopter Ride Over The Pamir Mountains

  1. Hey Guys. Where did you fly from and to in the Helicopter (as u had ur bags with you)? How much did it cost per person? How did you book it (as I saw on the video it was a drama)? Thanks.

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