Syed Zafar Mehdi
Abdul Saney Amanpoor
Last week, driving up the magnificent Panjshir valley in northeastern Afghanistan, 150 km north of Kabul, I saw beauty in its most pristine form.
In a significant development that has spread cheer among environmental activists in the country, Shah Foladi region of central Bamyan province has been declared a ‘protected area’.
Kandahar, a southern province that connects with capital Kabul through Maidan Wardak, Ghazni and Zabul provinces, has incredible potential for trade and tourism
The imposing Buddha statues, which used to be the prime attraction in Bamyan, are long gone but the beautiful ruins tell many fascinating stories.
From a slaughter place to tourist hotspot, Behsud Park has been the eloquent witness to Jalalabad’s turbulent history
Travelling around the world, exploring beautiful places, staying in luxurious hotels, shooting beautiful locations
Meeting point of three majestic mountain ranges and three rivers, Pamir is both beautiful and brutal
Known for its diverse Islamic architecture, the city of Ghazni is home to some magnificent mausoleums and minarets that attract
Mark Henry, a boisterous English traveler, came to Afghanistan in the summer of 1976 on a short trip. After taking pleasure in the modest comforts of Kabul city
Some 400 kilometers northwest of Kabul is the second largest city and the sprawling urban centre of Afghanistan. They call it Mazar e Sharif.