When you think of Afghanistan, you think about a harsh landscape of rolling hills, rolling plains, and mountains, the result of long-term occupation and the long, dark nights.
But what you may not realize is that the landscape is actually incredibly beautiful.
In a country that is home to one of the world’s most ancient civilizations, Night Nature has long fascinated travelers and adventurers alike.
It is an ideal setting for a variety of activities including hiking, camping, fishing, camping on a cliff, skiing and snowshoeing.
Afghanistan has over 100 national parks, including the highest mountains in the world, as well as numerous national monuments.
With such varied landscapes, Night Sky can be an excellent opportunity to discover some of the country’s most stunning scenery.
Here’s a look at some of our favorite night skies in Afghanistan, including some of these most spectacular spots:Jandakot National Park – The famous Jandakots National Park has a spectacular night sky view that stretches nearly 6,000 kilometers (3,300 miles) along the northern border with India.
There are several peaks, including Mt.
Jandarkot, and some spectacular, night sky views of Jandahar, the highest peak in Afghanistan.
Jandahar is the highest mountain in Afghanistan and one of Afghanistans most visited national parks.
The park is home a vast variety of wildlife and plants, including a large number of the rare endangered plants such as the Karakoram and Karangas, which are endemic to Afghanistan.
The famous Baghmat area, which overlooks the park, is also home to many species of wildflowers, including lilies, lilacs, and pines.
The Jandakh Valley, also known as the Jandar Valley, is a mountainous region located near the border with Pakistan.
There, the region is home not only to the Jammu region, which includes Kashmir, but also to the Baghpat region, where there are more than 20 different species of plants, many of which are protected under the Pakistan-India Free Trade Agreement (PITFA).
The Jandarah Valley is also the site of the largest collection of ancient cave paintings in Afghanistan as well.
The Karakah Mountains, in the south of Afghanistan.
In the Jorgun Mountains, which also includes the region of Karakhan, the Karakh mountains are home to a number of rare species of flowering plants and other flora.
The mountains of Afghanistan are home not just to the Karaka and Karghar mountains, but to the other Karakar mountains as well, such as Jandai and Karzai.
The Karakarah Mountains and Jorgum Mountains are the two main peaks of the Karjand mountains, and the two also form the heart of the Bakhmat region, home to more than 200 different species.
There are many more national parks and nature preserves in Afghanistan that are worth exploring.
We have a few more on our Afghanistan Natural Scenery List, including these highlights:Haji Abdul Khaliq National Park, located in Afghanistan’s north, is home in many ways to the largest wildflower garden in the country.
The garden, located on the banks of the Nangahar River, has over 60 varieties of wildflower plants and animals, and is one of only two gardens in the entire country to be dedicated to the conservation of wild plants.
The Haji Abdul Khiq National Nature Reserve is home, along with the Karand Valley, to some of Afghanistan�s most important mountain peaks.
The area also hosts the Karanjand Nature Reserve, an important sanctuary for many species, including rare and endangered wildflows.