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How much do things cost in Afghanistan?
Cappuccino $1.90
Utilities (Electricity, Heating, ...) for medium apartment $183.33
Gasoline (1 liter) $1.24
Water bottle (1.5 liter) $0.53
Rice (white) $1.24
1 Pair of Jeans $30.92
Combo meal at McDonalds $5.00
Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre $350.00
Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre $360.00
Taxi 1hour Waiting $3.10
* All price are converted to USD

About Afghanistan

The country of Afghanistan is landlocked and found right at the middle of Asia, it’s bordered by Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Pakistan. There’s also a small borderline with China towards the northeast territory, though in an extremely remote terrain. It has been a center of power within this region for the last 2,000 yrs; there was also a time when Soviet Union occupied the country from 1979-1989. Cheap flights to Afghanistan are available though they are found at the capital city.

The temperature level in central highlands can get quite low during winter, and snowfall is also common in places with higher elevation. Nonetheless, weather conditions are friendlier in the months of September, May & April. This country has a rugged terrain with green, sinuous plain lands running from North to Southwest. The highest point in this country is found at Wakhan Geographical Corridor, you can have fun climbing these rugged terrains with the family at very friendly rates. The cheap flights to Afghanistan are your gateway to experiencing this country’s beauty. Most of those who visit this country end up coming back again; it boasts lots of magnificent attractions that can be enjoyed by both individuals and families alike. The lowest place is known as Amu Darya and falls 258 meters deep, while the highest point is Mt. Nowshak rising to 7,485 meters above sea level.

Afghan is a culturally and ethnically diverse land. Ethnic and tribal allegiances are quite strong, plus people often speak their mother-tongue more than any other language. The biggest ethnic composition is Pashtun, followed closely by Tajik, Uzbek and Hazara. Most of these tribes are nomadic and live in small village communities of between 10-15 people.

Women also make nice, sturdy and artistic rugs which can be bought as souvenirs by the visitor. All tourists should apply for visas well in advance plus it’s quite easy to obtain them. The hotels in Afghanistan have been refurbished with modern facilities such as chandeliers, tiled corridors, office desks and laundry tables. When reserving rooms always ensure they are clean and fully-fitted with towels, soaps, pillows and other necessary amenities. You will cherish each moment spent in this Asian jewel.

Information about travelling to Afghanistan

  • Ethnic groups of Afghanistan
    Pashtun 42%
    Tajik 27%
    Hazara 9%
    Uzbek 9%
    Aimak 4%
    Turkmen 3%
    other 4%
  • Cellphone owners in Afghanistan
    18 million (55th)
  • Religions of Afghanistan
    Sunni Muslim 80%
    Shia Muslim 19%
    other 1%
  • Industries of Afghanistan
    small-scale production of bricks
  • Paved roadways of Afghanistan
    12 350 km

  • Languages of Afghanistan
    Afghan Persian or Dari (official) 50%
    Pashto (official) 35%
    Turkic languages 11%
    30 minor languages 4%
    much bilingualism
    but Dari functions as the lingua franca