Kabul

2 Mar 2020 - 3 Mar 2020

2 adults - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Kabul?

9.8
History Buffs
9.8
Adventure Travellers
8.8
Family Travellers
7.6
Foodies
7.6
Spiritual Seekers
Member reviews (23)
Harold
HaroldBrooklyn
06/09/2013

One of the most fascinating places I have visited. Security is definitely a concern but safer than you might assume. It is very important to plan your visit carefully. I highly recommend working with Afghan Logistics to ensure a safe trip. The city exudes culture / atmosphere and has a number of interesting monuments / tourist sights. It is gritty but I found it beautiful. When visiting the city, ask for guidance on where and when you can take photographs. Locals are easily upset by photo taking. Pictures of police, soldiers, convoys, etc. are prohibited. Note: if you are driving, confirm with locals regarding procedures for driving near military convoys.

Jaak Treiman
Jaak TreimanLos Angeles
06/01/2017

Kabul is a city of contradictions and unfulfilled promises. It would be a beautiful city if it weren’t so ugly. Rugged, snow-covered mountains dimly visible through thick layers of smoke, dust and diesel fumes surround the city. Palace ruins partially rim the city, ruins barely accessible on muddy roads curving along mountainsides littered with unexploded land mines. Kabul is a former oasis, blessed with abundant subterranean water no longer potable because of nonexistent sewage disposal facilities. The city is bisected by a river that once entertained and distinguished it but has been reduced to a scavengers’ cesspool. Its university shuts down for three winter months because it lacks power for heating. It is a place of entrepreneurs, filled with mostly bored security guards casually holding Kalashnikovs as their compatriots seek employment among a cornucopia of aid givers.

Ismail Bigzad
Ismail Bigzad
21/01/2020

I had a good time here and very happy

Subria  Alizada
Subria Alizada
25/09/2019

Expensive

FAQs

The least expensive month is March, with an average of ₹10,523 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Kabul is September, with an average price of ₹16,017 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was ₹12,944 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Kabul, the expected average temperature in February is 1.5°C/34.8°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 29.7°C/85.5°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -4.5°C/23.9°F.
The nearest airport to Kabul is Kabul (KBL) (5.52km).

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