Day 01, Kabul Arrival
Arrival and briefing at the hotel and visit , Shrine of hazrat -e- Ali , National Museum , Darulaman Palace from Out side and walk on garden of palace, and Babur Garden ,
Kabul has been the capital of Afghanistan since about 1776. The city has been badly damaged during the various 1979–2001 wars, particularly its western parts. For a few years, Kabul has been going through a period of reconstruction and development, with some modern style tower blocks and a handful of glitzy shopping malls appearing over the last few years. Many roads, particularly the main feeder routes have been reconstructed and upgraded. However, in outlying areas roads and other infrastructure remain in poor condition. Electricity supplies in Kabul are now quite reliable
Day 02, 03,04, Kabul-Panjshir/ Ski in Hindu Kush Mountain
Panjshir is the adventure capital of Afghanistan. Beautiful Mountain , Local Ski ( Surja) is people old traditional Game , every April Month Hundreds of Panjshiri take the own local wooden skis ski in the Mountain ,Panjshir literally meaning “Five Lions”, refers to five Wali (literally, protectors), spiritual brothers who were centered in the valley. Local legend has it that the five brothers built a dam for Sultan Mahmud of Ghaznawi in the early 11th century. Later, it was the site of the Panjshir offensives fought between the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan and the Soviets against the Mujahidin during the Soviet war in Afghanistan from 1980 to 1985. The valley again witnessed renewed fighting during the civil war in Afghanistan (1996-2001) between Taliban and the Northern Alliance under command by now national hero
Day 05, Kabul-Bamyan
Early in the morning we will leave hotel to Kabul Airport aiming to fly to Bamyan and while in Bamyan we will have time to visit Buddha Niches. The Buddha’s of Bamyan were two 6th-century monumental statues of standing Buddha carved into the side of a cliff in the Bamyan valley in the peaceful Hazarajat region of central Afghanistan and were dynamited and destroyed in March 2001 by the Taliban. There will be time after lunch to have a look around Bamyan Bazar and time for Photography at the best photo spots will be showing to you.
Day 3, 4, 5, Ski in the slopes of Baba Mountains
Skiing in Afghanistan is a new and unique activity that mainly takes place in the Central Afghanistan, Bamyan. Crossing from the local villages meeting motivated boys with their wooden homemade skies and going to Baba Mountain slopes provide an excellent skiing experience owing to their great height which makes for long descents. Since 2012, it has always been peaceful in Bamyan, which has led to an increase in skiing activity. Some of the most popular skiing locations in Bamyan areQazan, Khushkak, Chapdara where you will be visiting a lot of westerners and locals walking up for hours and skiing down for minutes.
Day 06, Bamyan-Kabul
Since flight is early in the morning, we will have time to visit Omar Landmine Museum and Shah Do Shamshira (the king with two swords) Mosque at the heart of Kabul city built by the King Amanullah khan in the memory of the Arab King who forced Kabul people in to Islam in the early 683 with his two swords. In the Afternoon, we will have a look around Chicken Street for some souvenirs then wewill take you for an overall view of Kabul city atBibiMahro Hills
Day 08, Fly back (Good-bye)