Biking Tour In Bamyan

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08 Nights / 09 Days

Trip assumed to originate from Kabul Airport.
Travel across the ancient silk route in Afghanistan, covering visits to some of the most popular and significant attractions along the way.

Day 01: Kabul Arrival
Arrival and briefing at the hotel and then we will have time for Kabul National Museum. Its collection had earlier been one of the most important in Central Asia, with over 100,000 items dating back several millennia. With the start of the civil war in 1992, the museum was looted numerous times resulting in a loss of 70% of the 100,000 objects on display. Since 2007, a number of international organizations have helped to recover over 8,000 artefacts.
Overnight at Hotel.

Day 02: 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 Sepch 2001 by the Taliban. Shahr-e Gholghola also (City of Screams) is 13th century city in Bamyan, Afghanistan which was conquered by Gengis Khan after months of surrounding. The ruins still remain close to the Bamyan town and Shahr-e Zuhak also known as The Red City is an historic city ruins in Bamyan, Afghanistan which was once home to 3,000 people. This city used to be priSepy defence for the basin.
Overnight at Hotel.

Day 03: Bamyan to Dashti Ghojor (Bozorg Desert)
Early in the morning will be leaving hotel with our pre prepared equipment aiming to hit the road to the unseen of Bamyan through Surkhdar valley towards Jim Qala and Jawpalal 45 Kms away from Bamyan center. You will be riding and seeing villages, locals farming, life, shepherds caring for their flocks, nomads in their tents, landscapes and sceneries continue like this mountain to mountain till Dashti Ghojor where we will camp overnight and see the life of people looking after their livestock 60 KMs away from Bamyan.
Altitude: 2500-3000

Day 04: Dashti Ghojor to Band-e-Ameer
The riding will continue to Gupruk and Pai Kutal villages till the blue lakes of Band-e-Amir, a series of six deep blue lakes separated by natural dams made of travertine, a mineral deposit. The name Band-e Amir literally means “Commander’s Dam” which is believed by some to be reference to Ali, the first Imam of Muslims (Shias) and the fourth Caliph of Islam (to Sunnis) and The area is dominated by ethnic Hazaras, who make up around 23% of Afghanistan’s population. Band-e Amir was to become Afghanistan’s first national park in the 1960s but this was delayed due to political crises and the decades of wars. In 2004, Band-e Amir was submitted for recognition as a World Heritage site. In 2009, Band-e Amir was finally declared Afghanistan’s first national park. As of 2013 tourists visit the Band-e Amir National Park every year and will be riding to each of the 5 dams in each by each. Will stay at a local house overnight.
Altitude: 2900
Overnight at Hotel.

Day 05: Band-e-Ameer to Chaman-e-Yakawalang
We will wake up at 6:00am (depends on who wants to see the sunrise) to witness the sunrise at Band-e-Ameer and will take our time for the breakfast. Biking on the road will begin at 9:00am as we’ll be on the paved road at Ku-e-Kinak village continued to Firuz Bahar village till Nayak at the center of Yakawalang district. Lunch at a local restaurant and shop the materials needed for the upcoming days at Nayak Bazaar. The two hours riding continues in the afternoon till Chaman-e-Yakawalang a nice green village naturally decorated with enormous amount of lawns and threes and the bird sings in the evening. A local house is arranged for the overnight stay in Chaman.
Altitude: 3000

Day 06: Chaman-e-Yakawalang to Chehelburj
Riding to Chehelburj will pass through one of the most amazing part of the nature as Sazbdara (the Green valley) is on the way. Chehelburj or the forty towers fort was built during the Ghorid Dynasty in 12-13 centuries. The ruins are situated in the remote Yakawalang district. Today the 34 towers remain partially intact, rarely visited by foreigner and there has been no archeological or preservations work done. The ancient paintings are luckily still available at the windows of this brilliant 5-6th century architecture. Overnight at a local guesthouse by Aghakhan foundation.
Altitude: 2540

Day 07: Fishing at Chehilburj and drive back to Bamyan
We will relax and fish at a natural dam at DarreChasht created by snow melt water from the region and the flowing wather from Band-e-Ameer. Our transportation is ready to drive us back to Bamyan in the afternoon.
Overnight at hotel.
Elevation: 2500

Day 08: Flight from Bamyan to Kabul
Visit to 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, The Gardens of Babur, locally called Bagh-e Babur is a historic park in Kabul and also the last resting-place of the first Mughal emperor Babur. The gardens are thought to have been developed around 1528 when Babur gave orders for the construction of an ‘avenue garden’ in Kabul, described in some detail in his memoirs, the Baburnama. Then we will take you for an overall view of Kabul city at Bibi Mahro Hills.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 09: Fly back (Good-bye)
We will make sure to drop you at the airport on-time in order to make your flight back home.

City Night (s) Hotel
Kabul 01 Hotel Intercontinental Kabul
Bamyan 01 Bamyan Royal Hotel
Dashti Ghojor 01 Camp
Bamyan 01 Bamyan Royal Hotel
Chaman 01 Tourist Guest house
Chehelburj 01 Tourist Guest house
Bamyan 01 Bamyan Royal Hotel
Kabul 01 Hotel Intercontinental Kabul

– Meeting and assistance by our representative.
– Welcome with fresh flower garlands.
– 08 Nights accommodation hotel
– Daily Breakfast, Lunch and Dinners.
– Local English-speaking guide
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program by private vehicle.
– Round trip flight tickets Kabul-Bamyan/ Kabul-Herat/ Kabul- Mazar-e-Sharif.
– Entrance fees to monuments as per mentioned in the program.
– Transport, Parking, Gasoline & Toll ways.
– All present government taxes.

– International Airfare.
– Tips, gratuities, Portage, laundry, telephone calls, table drinks, camera/ video camera charges, or any other expenses of a personal nature.
– Visa fees, personal insurance.
– Any item not specified under cost includes.

– Accommodation in good hotels.
– Check-in / out time is 12 noon at most of the hotels.
– Extension to other places is also possible with a minimal extra cost.
– Additional nights are available at each place with minimal supplement.
– A visa is required and must be obtained prior to your departure from your Country.
– If quoted hotel is not available, we will provide one of a similar category and standard.
– Small deviations in the tour program are sometimes necessary, depending on weather, road conditions, flight schedules and room availability.
– In case the government changes presently applicable taxes, increase in airlines prices, fuel surcharge our rates will need to be adjusted accordingly.
– Sometimes, there is no relevance between the distance and time of travelling, as it depends upon the condition of the roads and congestion of the traffic.
– While every effort will be made to maintain the itinerary, in view of local strikes etc that are beyond our control all schedule and itineraries are subject to last moment changes.
– Clients must be fully insured, as the company cannot accept liability for loss or damage to client’s property, medical emergencies or any other loss suffered by them whilst on tour.
– In Case of issuing Domestic or International air tickets, SGV is not responsible for any refund if the flight is delayed or cancelled, as it is the responsibility of airline.

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