Arrival and briefing. You may have time to visit And view point Bibi Mehro Hill, Chicken Street, Afternoon Flight to Herat Overnight in Herat
Today we will explore Heart which has the largest collection of ancient buildings. we will visit the Friday Mosque, the tomb of Gowar Shad, the Masullah complex and the atmospheric shrine of Khoja Ansari at Gazar Gah Overnight in Herat
In Morning we have time to visit, Kabul national Museum, Babur Garden, Birds Market, Chicken Street Overnight in Mzar
Day 4 Mazar e Sharif – visit Balkh
Full day in Mazar & Balkh
You will have time to visit the majestic blue tiled tomb of Hazrat Ali, Afghanistan’s most important religious site. You will spend part of the day visiting the ancient Silk Road city of Balkh, called Bactria to the Greeks. Bactria was the birthplace of Zoroaster, the founder of Zoroastrianism as well as Rumi the legendary Persian poet. Legacy of its Islamic and Buddhist past can be found in the stupas at the entrance to the town, at the blue tiled shrine of Khoja Parsa and at the oldest mosque in Afghanistan, the 9th century No Gombad mosque.5 Overnight in Mazar
A day trip to the Buddhist monastery remains at Samangan, two hrs drive south of Mazar e Sharif. The 1500 year old complex contains a huge stupa carved out of the bedrock as well as a number of caves used as places of worship.
En route you will also be able to visit Tashkurgan and the old king's hunting lodge.
Overnight in Mazar
Morning flight to Kabul
We will visit Sakhi Shirne , Paghman palace and Dinner at Qargha lake
You will then 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 banks of the Panjshir River.
Depends on time, we discuss If enough time we will see what left from Itinerary or see more places
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