Afghanistan Travel Guide
Afghanistan Travel Guide – General Presentation
Situated almost in the centre of Asia, Afghanistan has as neighbors: Pakistan in the south and east, Iran in the west and Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan in the north. Afghanistan Travel Guide will reveal you that this amazing country has once been an important cross point between East and West, where many trades and commercial activities took place. This has obviously turned Afghanistan into one of the most desired places by many conquerors and invaders. Its agitated history continues even in our days when Afghanistan is closely supervised by the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), approved by the United Nations Security Council.
The official languages are Eastern Persian (also known as Dari) and Pashto and the local currency is Afghani.
Afghanistan Travel Guide – Places to Visit
As your airplane lands in the beautiful capital of Kabul, it would be a pity to leave one of the country’s most modernized cities, without visiting it. Among the places that will attract your attention are: Kabul Museum or Afghan National Museum, Bala Hisar fortress, Gardens of Babur, Kabul Zoo, Shah-Do-Shamshira Mosque, Sherpur Mosque, Abdur Rahman Mausoleum and Mausoleum of Timur Shah.
After checking the pulse of this amazing and important city, you can move on to a breathtaking area called: the five lakes of Band-e Amir. It is one of the most beautiful places you can visit in Afghanistan that is why it is also called the lake of jewels. Besides the local flora and fauna, you will get the chance to admire deep blue colored water.
The next day head towards Khyber Pass, a pass that links Afghanistan to Pakistan, being situated at a height of over 1070 meters. Besides the spectacular view you will have the chance to make some sport and keep fit, due to the mountain roads you will find here.
The next day you can continue your discovery of Afghanistan with Panjshir Valley, which is one of the first attractions preferred by tourist. The Valley is only 60 miles away from Kabul and is the best place where you can go if you want to try trekking. Besides the mesmerizing landscape you will most surely make acquaintance with a lot of people, as this area is crowded with locals and tourist, especially during the week-end.
It might take you more than one week to get an idea about what this beautiful and exciting country is like, but browsing any Afghanistan Travel Guide you will soon realize that you didn’t manage to discover even half of it, so make sure to make Afghanistan again one of your final destinations in your future holidays.
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