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Discover Afghanistan

Blink as you emerge from the cliffs at the top of one of Bamiyan's enormous Buddha niches.
Stop pedalling for a moment and drift in your swan-shaped pedalo on the waters of Band-e Amir.
Utter a great smoking sigh of contentment as you puff on a sheesha at Mirwais Shandaiz.

In This Guide:

Chapters on working and safety in Afghanistan, with advice from resident expats.
Specialist contributors write on journalism, women, and trekking in the Wakhan and the Afghan Pamir.
Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler reflects on travel to Afghanistan over the decades.

Synopsis:

Lonely Planet's first stand-alone guide to Afghanistan. Special color section on life in Afghanistan.

Synopsis:

Discover Afghanistan

Blink as you emerge from the cliffs at the top of one of Bamiyan's enormous Buddha niches.

Stop pedalling for a moment and drift in your swan-shaped pedalo on the waters of Band-e Amir.

Utter a great smoking sigh of contentment as you puff on a sheesha at Mirwais Shandaiz.

In This Guide:

Chapters on working and safety in Afghanistan, with advice from resident expats.

Specialist contributors write on journalism, women, and trekking in the Wakhan and the Afghan Pamir.

Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler reflects on travel to Afghanistan over the decades.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781740596428
Publisher:
Lonely Planet
Subject:
Asia - Southwest
Author:
the trusted filter for those who are curious
Author:
Clammer, Paul
Author:
"Paul Clammer, et al."
Author:
<B>Who We Are</B><BR>At Lonely Planet
Subject:
Afghanistan
Subject:
Afghanistan, Middle East, travel guide, Kabul, Bamiyan, Samangan, Mazar-e Sharif, Balkh, Andkhoi, Zabol, Oruzgan, Heart, Baghlan, Wahkan Corridor, Panjshir Valley, Khyber Pass, Minaret of Jam, Band-e Amir, Khoja Abu Nasr Parsa
Subject:
| Travel | Asia
Subject:
Middle East
Subject:
travel guide
Subject:
Kabul
Subject:
Bamiyan
Subject:
Samangan
Subject:
Mazåar-e Sharåif
Subject:
Balkh
Subject:
Andkhoi
Subject:
Zabol
Subject:
Oruzgan
Subject:
Heart
Subject:
Baghlan
Subject:
Wahkan Corridor
Subject:
Panjshir Valley
Subject:
Khyber Pass.
Subject:
Minaret of Jam
Subject:
Band-e Amir
Subject:
Khoja Abu Nasr Parsa
Edition Number:
1
Series:
Lonely Planet Afghanistan
Publication Date:
20070831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English BISAC
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
244
Dimensions:
7.5 x 5 in

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Product details 244 pages Lonely Planet Publications - English 9781740596428 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Lonely Planet's first stand-alone guide to Afghanistan. Special color section on life in Afghanistan.
"Synopsis" by , Discover Afghanistan

Blink as you emerge from the cliffs at the top of one of Bamiyan's enormous Buddha niches.

Stop pedalling for a moment and drift in your swan-shaped pedalo on the waters of Band-e Amir.

Utter a great smoking sigh of contentment as you puff on a sheesha at Mirwais Shandaiz.

In This Guide:

Chapters on working and safety in Afghanistan, with advice from resident expats.

Specialist contributors write on journalism, women, and trekking in the Wakhan and the Afghan Pamir.

Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler reflects on travel to Afghanistan over the decades.

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