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Travel and Tourism – Afghanistan Embassy – Oslo

Travel and Tourism


1.        Places to Visit
2.        Visas and Customs
3.        Accommodation
4.        Transportation
5.        Travel agencies and tourism
6.        Banks
7.        Shopping
8.        Restaurants in Kabul
9.        Internet
10.      Mobile phones
11.      Shipping outlets


Afghanistan’s location at the crossroads of great civilizations in history has created a stunning diversity in food, arts, languages, and traditions. This diversity is demonstrated in each city ofAfghanistan.


In Afghan folklore it is said that “everything comes to Kabul,” Nothing could be truer of Afghanistan’s bustling capital city. Proud of its heritage as a major trading city between the East and West, today it is still the central market place for all Afghanistan. Although change with tall modern buildings and busy traffic has come rapidly to Kabul, the bazaars and other landmarks of the old city are still the center of life.

Baghi Balah, (Upper Garden), which is located inside Kabul on top of the hill and behind the Intercontinental Hotel, is the place where people go for sightseeing and swimming. From this hill, Kabul city is clearly visible. Qargha is another nice place for a sightseeing a 35 minute drive from the center of the city. Qargha offers canoeing, biking and hiking facilities. There are many hostels and chai khanas (tea houses) around for families and people to go in a group.

The best time for visiting must-sees places in Kabul is Friday because it is the weekend in Afghanistan. Places to visit in Kabul include: TV Tower Hill; Darulaman Palace; Kabul Museum; King Nadir Shah’s Tomb; Money Market; Chicken Street; Kabul Zoo; Shamali; Istalif, a 50 minute drive out of Kabul; and Paghman, a valley 25 km west of Kabul.


Mazar Sharif – Balkh
Every year thousands of pilgrims come to Marzar Sharif to pay homage to the Shrine of Ali, the Fourth
Caliph of Islam. Festivities are held on Nawrooz, the Afghan New Year on March 21st, which marks the
beginning of spring. Mazare is also a major market place for karakul and traditional Afghan carpets.

Referred to by the ancients as the “Mother of Cities,” today it is a small town near Mazare that is overshadowed by memories of past glory. Here, Zoroaster first preached, and it was at or near Balkhthat that Alexander made this headquarters for two years. The city was also the capital of the Bactrian Empire. Later the Timurid dynasty built a college and an impressive shrine at Balkh. Nearby stand the remains of one of the oldest mosques of the Islamic world, the Masjide Haji Piyada.


Few cities have as diverse a past as Herat. Within the city walls, Alexander built a mighty fortress; today a citadel, but although altered many times, it still stands on the same spot. In the centuries that followed, Herat was the pivot around which cultural influence from Iran, Central Asia, and Afghanistan converged. Ghenghis Khan and Tamerlane each wreaked havoc upon the city, but Herat persevered to live a period of unequaled splendor during the reign of the Timurid Kings.Today, Herat’s minarets, mosques, shrines, and monuments testify to the glory of that period,when art, literature, and refinement attained high degrees of perfection.


The birthplace of modern Afghanistan, Kandahar is a thriving commercial and industrial center. Excepting its modern Share Nau (New City), Kandahar still remains substantially unchanged from the city that Ahmad Shah Durrani, the founder of the state of Afghanistan, built two hundred years ago. It is famous for its fruits and intricate embroidery work.


Although today it appears to be only a small town, Ghazni was once the capital of the powerful Ghaznavid Empire, which stretched from Persia to India. Two star-shaped minarets, a palace, a mausoleum, and a museum only suggest the glory of Ghazni’s past.


Bande Amir
Without fail, visitors to Afghanistan have marveled at the country’s natural beauty. The formidable Hindu Kush, the vast expanse of the Turkestan plains, and the seclusion of the Southern desert have impressed travelers from Alexander the Great to Marco Polo. In fact, it is the raw, unspoiled natural beauty that forms the visitor’s first and most enduring impression of the country. But of all the natural wonders of Afghanistan, the lakes of Bande Amir are perhaps the most outstanding. Situated in the mountainous Hazarajat at an altitude of almost 3000 m, and 75 km from Bamiyan, these majestic blue lakes are of legendary beauty.


The most typical characteristic of Afghan society are the Chai Khanas, or tea houses, which abound everywhere in the country. Often beautifully decorated, the Chai Khanas are the central gathering place for every town and village in Afghanistan. In them, one can enjoy a nourishing Afghan meal,such as palaw, chalaw, kabab, a pot of green or black tea, and just sit and relax in the exotic atmosphere.


The people of this remote region, once called Kafirs, or unbelievers, were converted to Islam only 70 years ago. Now called Nouristanis – “People of Light” – they are still unique in all Afghanistan. In legend, the people of Nouristan claim the Greek god Dionysus as their patron.


Seven hours by car and one hour by plane from Kabul, this beautiful valley is undoubtedly one of Afghanistan’s foremost attractions. There are also extensive ruins of ancient towns and fortresses – one being the Red City – which flourished until the onslaught of Ghenghis Khan in the thirteenth century.





All visitors to Afghanistan must posess a valid passport and an Afghan visa. The basic tourist visa
entitles a traveler to 30 days stay in Afghanistan. It is recommended that this one-month visa be
obtained prior to traveling to Afghanistan. Visas may be obtained at any Afghan Consulate or Embassy
around the world.


Consular Office in Norway
Embassy of Afghanistan, Oslo
Consular Section
Gange Rolvs gate.5
0244 Oslo
Phone: (+47) 22 12 35 70
Fax: (+47) 22 12 35 71


There is no customs duty on personal effects. However, check with the Ministry of Finance for prohibited and controlled exports and imports.


Deputy Minister, Customs & Revenue: Sharifullah Ibrahimi
Ministry of Finance
Pashtoonistan -Watt
Kabul, Afghanistan
Phone: +93 (75) 200 4199
Fax: (20) 2103 439
E-Mail: info(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)


Lodging in Afghanistan falls into two categories: hotels and guest houses. Hotels are as you experience them here; each room has its own full bathroom, and amenities generally include room service, a swimming pool or exercise facilities, and laundry services. Most hotels have wireless internet access. Guest houses are generally less expensive than hotels because fewer amenities are offered; guests usually share bathrooms.


Heetal Plaza Hotel
Address: End of Street 14,
Wazir Akber Khan, behind the mosque
Phone: +93 (0) 799-159-697

Intercontinental Kabul
Address: Baghe Bala Road
Phone: +93 (20) 2201-321

Kabul Inn
Address: Qala-e-Fatullah Khan Bazaar
Near Zarghona High School
Phone: +93 (79) 569-355
E-mail: kabul_inn(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Kabul Serena Hotel
Address: Froshgah Street
Phone: +93 (79) 9654 000
Fax: +93 (79) 9654 111
E-mail: info(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Safi Landmark Hotel Suites
Address: Shahre Nao
Phone: +93 (20) 2203131, 0799 600741
Fax: +93 (20) 2203121
E-mail: furqan(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Spinzar Hotel
Address: Next to the Ministry of Information and Culture,
Asma-yee Wat
Phone: +93 (70) 27 4983


Guest Houses
Ajmal Wali
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 10, No 140
Phone: +93 (70) 277-657

Assa 1
Address: Off Flower Street
Phone: +93 (70) 274-364

Assa 2
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, House 9, Muslim Street
Phone: +93 (70) 276-579

Bs Place
Address: Qali Fatullah
Phone: +93 (70) 276-416

Chez Ana, Media Action International Guesthouse
Address: Passport Lane
Phone: +93 (70) 282-699

Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 10, No 192
Phone: +93 (70) 281-277

Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 15, No 27
Phone: +93 (70) 274-696

Faisal Bilal/German
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 15, No 73
Phone 1: +93 (70) 274-808
Phone 2: +93 (70) 281-413

Gandamak Lodge
Address: No 5 Passport Lane
Phone: +93 (70) 276-937
E-mail: gandamaklodge(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Address: Flower Street
Phone: +93 (70) 281-907
E-mail: edward.dean(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 13, No 556
Phone: +93 (70) 274-986

Address: On the way to the airport
Phone: +93 (70) 284-305
E-mail: osmankhaliq(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 10 Z, No 9
Phone: +93 (70) 279-558

House 150
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 10
Phone: +93 (70) 278-734

Karwansara Guesthouse & Restaurant
Address: 117 Interior Ministry Street
Phone: +93 (70) 291-794

Le Monde Kabul
Address: 7 Herati Mosque St, Shar-e-Naw, Kabul
Phone: +93 (70) 280-751
E-mail: lemondegoc(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Le Monde Mazar-e Sharif
Address: Behind Tafahusat, Mazar-e Sharif
Phone: +93 (70) 049-970
E-mail: lemondegoc(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 10, No 214
Phone: +93 (70) 275-519

Address: Kolola Pushta
Phone 1: +93 (70) 224-411
Phone 2: +93 (70) 291-588

Park Residence
Address: Shahre Naw
Phone: +93 (70) 275-728

Rabia Balkhi House
Phone 1: +97 (70) 268-840
Phone 2: +97 (79) 030-631
Phone 3: +97 (79) 309-309
E-mail 1: farid_roafi(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)
E-mail 2: nehan_nargis(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)
E-mail 3: seema(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Rose Valley
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 14, No 3
Phone 1: +93 (70) 289-019
Phone 2: +93 (70) 274-590

Sarwe Foshang Guest House
Address: Kabul Shahr-e-now
West side of the Park
Phone: +93 (20) 220 1629

Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 13, No 452
Phone: +93 (70) 278-601

Silk Route
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 10, No 138
Phone: +93 (70) 275-800

Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 10
Phone: +93 (70) 277-374

Taj Mahal
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 15, No 128
Phone: +93 (70) 275-830





Most road building occurred in the 1960’s, funded by the U.S. and other international partners. In1964, a road and tunnel was built through the Salang tunnel, connecting northern and southern Afghanistan. A highway connecting the principal cities of Heart, Kandahar, Ghazni, and Kabul with links to highways in neighboring Pakistan formed the primary road system.

Since 2001, many sections of Afghanistan’s highway and regional road system are undergoing significant reconstruction. The U.S., with assistance from Japan, completed building a highway linking Kabul to the southern regional capital, Kandahar. Construction has begun on the next phase of highway reconstruction between Kandahar and the western city of Herat. The Asian Development Bank is nearing completion on a road reconstruction project between Kandahar and Spin Boldak, located at the south-eastern border with Pakistan.


There are more than forty thousand taxies in Kabul. Fares are negotiated with the driver before boarding.


Many buses are available inside Kabul and its suburban areas.


Airlines based in Afghanistan:

Ariana Afghan Airlines
Ariana is Afghanistan’s national airline. They run domestic and international routes, including flights to
New Delhi, Dubai, Jeddah, Kuwait, Ankara, Istanbul, Moscow and Urumqi.
Phone: +93 (0) 700-071333
E-mail: info(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Kam Air
Kam Air is Afghanistan’s first private airline. Kam Air serves domestic cities and international cities including Dubai, New Delhi, Dushanbe, Almaty, Ankara & Istanbul.
Phone: +93-799-974422
E-mail: helpdesk(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Safi Airways                                                                                                                                                                                     Safi Airways is Afghanistan’s private international airline. It operates from Kabul to Dubai, Jeddah, Islamabad and New Delhi.                                                                   Phone: +93 (0) 20 22 22 222                                                                                                                                                                     E-mail: ticketing.kabul(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Airlines based outside Afghanistan that serve Afghan cities:


Turkish Airlines



Air India

Spice Jet

Pakistan International Airlines


Afghan Airports:




Afghanistan’s Central Bank has licensed twelve commercial banks. Out of twelve, seven banks are full-fledged commercial banks and the remaining five are branches of foreign banks.

Afghanistan International Bank
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan, Kabul
Phone: +93 (70) 220-883

Arian Bank
Address: Share Nau
Phone: +93 (79) 420-420

Azizi Bank
Address: Malik Asghar Square, next to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kabul
Phone: +93 (0) 799-129-999
E-mail: info(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Bank Melli
Address: Close to Kabul Serena
Phone: +93 (20) 210-1804

Bank-e-Millie Afghan
Address: Jade Ibne Sina – Kabul Afghanistan
Phone: (0) 93 20 2102 221
Email: info(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Habib Bank
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan
Phone: +93 (79) 572-754

Kabul Bank
Address: Share Nau
Phone: +93 (70) 285-285

National Bank of Pakistan
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan
Phone: +93 (79) 021-710

Punjab National Bank
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan
Phone: +93 (70) 232-847

Standard Chartered Bank
Address: Wazir Akbar Khan
Phone: +93 (79) 320-874

A.K. Rashidzada Corporation
Address: Building 296, Street #13
Wazir Akbar Khan
Phone: +93 (79) 325-777

Electronic Transfer Services
Address: 92 Sarai Shahzada
Phone: +93 (79) 325-777

Western Union
Address: Char Rahi Ansari North Western Corner (Next to Dunya Travel Services)
Phone: +93 (79) 325-777




Afghanistan offers the visitor a rich selection of handicrafts. Luxurious Afghan carpets, karakul coats, fur overcoats, embroidered material, caps, and hand-woven silk fabrics and antiques are some of the items that tempt the traveler to lighten his or her wallet. Afghanistan’s fruits and nuts are seconded to none in flavor. Gemstones are also a major commodity. However, travelers are urged to be cautious when purchasing items of questionable origin. Exportation of antiques requires authorization from the appropriate authorities. Purchase of artifacts belonging to the Kabul museum or heritage of Afghanistan is punishable by law, and artifacts will be confiscated.

While there are many places for visitors to shop in Afghanistan, Kocha-e-Murgha, or “Chicken Street,” is the most famous and historic. Boutiques carry postcards, maps, ashtrays and boxes made of the famous Afghan blue stone-Lapis Lazuli, antique musical instruments, and hand-made Afghan carpets. The carpets’ designs, colors and materials – sometimes wool, silk or a mix, are unique and quite remarkable.

Grocery stores in Afghanistan stock an assortment of snacks from around the world: fruit juice from Uzbekistan, jam from Pakistan, bottled water from Italy, cheese from Austria, and cereal from the United States. Since Chicken Street is the main tourist market in the capital, you will likely be asked a higher price, especially if you are not with a local guide. Remember that bargaining is part of the experience!




International and Afghan dishes are readily available in many of Kabul’s modern restaurants. Afghanistan is known for its variety of palaws (rice cooked with meat, chicken, or vegetables in various ways), which are found throughout the country. Afghan kebab (charbroiled skewered meat), bolani and ashak (Afghan-style ravioli stuffed with leeks topped with yogurt and cooked ground beef) are a few of the many tasty dishes. Also refer to UN cleared restaurants.

L’ atmosphere Restaurant
French cuisine
Opening hours: 10:00 – 22:00
Str.4, Qala-e- fatullah 0799-300264
Phone: 070-224982
Phone orders

Dehli Darbar Restaurant
Indian cuisine
Opening hours: 10:00 – 22:00
Moslim Str., near Assa Guest House
Phone 1: 0799-324899
Phone 2: 0799-833238
Phone orders

Popolano Restaurant
French cuisine
Opening hours 09:00 – 22:00
Charahi Ansari Kabul
Phone: 070-288116
Phone orders

Lai Thai Restaurant
Thai cuisine
Opening hours: 11:00 –21:00
Str15 Wazir Ak Khan House No.124
Phone 1: 070-297557
Phone 2: 070-278640
No phone orders/home delivery

B’s Place Restaurant/Guest.House
Italian and Mexican cuisine
Opening hours: 11:00 – 23:00
Str.2, Qala-e- fatullah House No.3
Phone 1: 070-276416
Phone 2: 070-276711
Phone orders

Elbowroom Restaurant/Bar
Continental/Europe cuisine
Opening hours: 10:30 – 22:00
MOFA street 0799-352538
Phone: 070-254432
No phone orders/home delivery

Vila Velebita Restaurant/Bar
European cuisine
Opening hours: 10:00 – 22:00
Str 10 Wazir Ak khan
Phone: 0799-160368
No phone orders/home delivery

Istanbul Restaurant
Turkish cuisine
Opening hours: 08:00 – 21:00
Macroian2, Matba block 104
Phone 1: 070-200116
Phone 2: 0799-356282
Phone orders

Escalades Restaurant
European cuisine
Opening hours: 10:00 – 22:00
1st Qala-e-Fateullah
Phone: 0799-473763
No phone hours/home delivery

Golden Key Seafood Restaurant
Chinese cuisine
Opening hours: 10:00 – 21:00
Str.13, Wazir Akbar Khan Kabul
Phone 1: 0799-002800
Phone 2: 0799-016591
No phone orders/home delivery

Kulba Afghan
Afghan and Italian cuisine
Opening hours: 10:00 – 21:00
Shar-e-now, Esmat Moslim Str. 3rd floor
Phone 1: 0799452151
Phone 2: 070034979
No phone orders/home delivery

Shar-e-Now Burger
Fast Food
Opening hours: 09:00 – 21:00
Shar-e-now, opposite the park
Phone 1: 0799-300797
Phone 2: 070-255788
Phone orders

Everest Pizza
Fast Food
Opening hours: 09:00 – 21:00
13 Str.Wazir Akbar Khan, Kabul
Phone 1: 0799-317979
Phone 2: 070-263636
Phone orders/home delivery

Samarqand Restaurant/Bar
International cuisine
Opening hours: 10:00 – 22:00
Qala Musa, near Panalpina
Phone 1: 0799-234646
Phone 2: 0799-118460
No phone orders/home delivery

Carlitos Restaurant/Bar
Mexican cuisine
Opening hours: 10:00 – 22:00
Str 15 Wazir Ak Khan
Phone 1: 0799-159697
Phone 2: 0799-167824
No phone orders/home delivery

Kabul Inn Guest House/Restaurant
International cuisine
Opening hours: 10:00 – 22:00
Qala-Fateullah, near Zarghoona school
Phone 1: 0799-359355
Phone 2: 020-2201407
No phone orders/home delivery

Red Hot Sizzlin Restaurant
International cuisine
Opening hours: 11:00 – 21:00
Old macrorian, ARC Yuksel Camp

Taverne du Liban
Middle Eastern cuisine
Opening hours: 11:00 – 22:00
Str 10 Wazir Akbar Khan

Flower Street Café/Restaurant
Californian cuisine
Opening hours: 08:00 – 17:00
House No.57, Str#7
Phone 1: 070293124
Phone 2: 0799356319
Phone orders

Shandiz Restaurant
International cuisine
Opening hours: 10:00 – 21:00
Wazir Akbar Khan
Phone 1: 0799-342928
Phone 2: 070-284026
Phone orders

Deutscher Hof Kabul Restaurant & Guest House
German cuisine
Opening hours: 11:00 – 23:30
Kalai Fattulah, Street 3, House 60
Phone: 0799-322582
No phone orders/home delivery

Baku Azerbaijani Restaurant
Azerbaijani cuisine
Opening hours: 11:00 – 22:00
Street 15, Lane 5, House, 329 WAK
Phone 1: 0799-083918
Phone 2: 0799-827313
No phone orders/home delivery

Café Zarnegar
International cuisine (buffet and á la carte)
Opening hours: 06:30 – 22:00
Kabul Serena Hotel, Froshgah Street
Phone: 0799-654000 ext. 4553
Phone orders

Silk Route
South East Asian cuisine (set menu available)
Opening hours: 18:00 – 22:00
Kabul Serena Hotel, Froshgah Street
Phone: 0799-654000 ext. 4554
Phone orders

Serena Pastry Shop
Freshly baked pastries and bread
Opening hours: 07:00 – 20:00
Kabul Serena Hotel, Froshgah Street
Phone: 0799-654000 ext. 4560
Phone orders

Anar Restaurant
Indian/Chinese cuisine
Opening hours: 11:00 – 22:00
Str14, Lane 3 WAK
Phone: 0799-567291
No phone orders/home delivery

Taverne du Liban
International cuisine
Opening hours: 11:00 – 22:00
Str14, Lane 3 WAK
Phone: 070-210651
No phone orders/home delivery

Korean Restaurant
Korean cuisine
Opening hours: 11:00 – 21:00
Str.2, house No.120, Karte-She, Kabul
Phone 1: 0799 199509
Phone 2: 0799 007546
Phone orders

Sufi Restaurant
International cuisine
Opening hours: 11:00 – 22:00
Aryoob Cinema, 2nd part of Karte Parwan
No phone orders/home delivery

Shamiana Restaurant
Multi Cuisine
Opening hours: 07:00 – 23:00
Kabul City Center
Phone: 020-2203131
No phone orders/home delivery




Major hotels such as the Inter-Continental and Mustafa hotel, as well as numerous internet cafés around Kabul offer internet connection. Most guest houses and hotels also have internet services.

Sky Net Café
High speed broadband connection.
Located next to Kabul Dashte Barchi pertrol pump stop.
Open: 08:00am – 08:00pm
Price: AFN 50 per hour
Phone : 0202570276
Mobile: 0793871416
E-mail: skynetcafe_kabul(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Sabawon Net Café
Address: Mkrvryan Sbavvn Cable Internet Club
Open: 08:00am – 08:00pm
Price: AFN 50 per hour

Fardeen Khan
Address: Kabul Shahre New Charahi Haji Yaquob
Open: 08:00am – 08:00pm
Price: AFN 50 per hour
Phone: 0093778642876
E-mail: fardeenkhan_arya(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

AWCC Internet Café
High-speed connection, located at the Intercontinental Hotel.
Open: 07:00 – 22:00 daily.
Internet USD 5 per hour, USD 3 per half-hour. Printer/Scanner USD 1 per page.

Internet café for approved NGOs.
WAK, Street 13, Lane 1.
Open Sat – Wed: 08:00 – 17:00, Thurs: 08:30 – 12:00
USD 4 per hour.




Mobile phones, inter-changeable SIM Cards and calling cards can be purchased all over Kabul. Afghan Wireless and Suraya vendors can be spotted throughout the city. Three major mobile companies are presently active, with a fourth on its way.

Afghan Wireless:




Federal Express has three offices in Afghanistan. All are open 09:00 am – 5:00 pm.
DHL also has three offices. Opening hours vary, and are listed below.



Phone 1: +1 (800) Go-Fed-Ex
Phone 2: +1 (800) 463-3339

Kabul Office
Karte 3
Khai Street House # 326
North of Ministry of Commerce
Phone: +93 (20) 250-0525
Fax: +93 (20) 250-024
Mobile 1: +93 (70) 286-028
Mobile 2: +93 (70) 286-029
E-mail: info(lhfkjglkfdsajhdfjghgfd)

Herat Office
Bank-e-Khoon Road
Haji Ayoub Square
Kajj Street
Phone: +93 (40) 220-301
Fax: +93 (20) 250-024
Mobile: +93 (70) 29446

Kandahar Office
Noor Jahan Hotel
1st Floor
Shaheedan Square
Shahr-e-Naw Street
Phone: +93 (70) 303-257
Fax: +93 (20) 250-0524
Mobile: +93 (70) 29446



Phone 1 (Within USA): +1 (800) Call –DHL or +1 (800) 225-5345
Phone 2 (Outside USA): +1 (480) 303-5797

Kandahar Office
Kandahar Airbase
Hours: Sat-Fri 11:00 – 19:00
Holidays: 12:00 – 19:00

Bagram Office
Bagram Airbase
Hours: Sat-Fri 12:00 – 18:00
Holidays: 12:00 – 1800

Kabul Office
Wazir Akbar Khan
Street 10
Hours: Sat-Thu 09:00 – 18:00
Holidays: Closed




Source: Embassy of Afghanistan, Washington DC