08 Days Trekking & climbing in Bamyan

08 Days Trekking & climbing in Bamyan


Day, 01 Arrival and briefing.

You may have time to visit Sakhi Shrine (Blue Mosque) and view point Bibi Mehro Hill,

Day, 02 Fly To Bamyan

You will fly between Kabul and Bamyan, the capital of the Hazarajat - home of the Hazaras and one of the most peaceful places in Afghanistan. When we arrive in Bamyan we will have time to look at the hillsides containing many caves in which monasteries and Buddhist carvings were once situated.

The Lapis Lazuli blue waters of Band-e-Amir are often the highlight of any trip to Afghanistan. Legend has it that the dams that separate the 5 lakes were made by Ali, the prophet Mohamed’s cousin and son in law. However, geologists insist they are natural dams made from mineral deposits. The lakes contrast to the stark landscape surrounding them only adds to the beauty of this area.

Day 3.4. Bamyan

We will also visit the natural landscape of Dragon Valley; see the ruins of Shah e Zohak (Red Fort) and the remains of Shah e Golghola (The City of Screams). Hiking to the Canyon, visit more sites

Day 05 Bamyan – Kabul

We will fly back to Kabul, taking the opportunity to visit places such as the the sobering OMAR landmine museum, Shah-e Doh Shamshira mosque, and a view of the Bala Hissar.

Day 06.7 Drive to Panjsher

We will visit the Panjshir Valley, described as the most beautiful place in Afghanistan by locals. We will stop to view the tomb of Ahmed Shah Massoud, the Lion of the Panjshir and Afghanistan’s most universally revered Mujahedin commander, as well as stopping off at a local fish restaurant on the River

Day 08

We will then ensure that you are taken to the airport to catch your flight back Home