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Take a trip to Kazakhstan

Let us guide you through this fascinating land and introduce you to some of the treasures to be discovered in Kazakhstan. Start by exploring the vibrant city of Almaty, surrounded by the Altai Mountains. Continue your journey to the historic city of Turkestan, home to the majestic mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi. If you're looking for adventure, head for Lake Kaindy, a hidden gem in the Tian Shan Mountains. Finally, explore the futuristic city of Astana, renamed Nur-Sultan, with its bold modern buildings.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Kazakhstan

  • Almaty

    The country’s former capital, Almaty opens its doors to a world of contrasts, where urbanity meets natural splendor. Situated at the foot of the Altai Mountains, this Kazakh city is a jewel to discover. Stroll the bustling streets and explore the local markets, such as Zelyony Bazaar, where you can sample traditional culinary specialties. For a dose of nature, take the cable car to the top of Kok-Tobe mountain and enjoy views over the city.
    Art lovers will find themselves at the National Museum of Kazakhstan, which houses fascinating collections tracing the country’s history and culture. The Abay Opera and Ballet Theatre is also a must-see for world-class performances in magnificent surroundings.

  • Altyn-Emel National Park

    Your visit to Altyn-Emel Park will prepare you for a visit to the golden sand dunes of the Aktau Valley, transporting you to another world, where undulating shapes and shades of color create a unique visual spectacle. The eroded rock formations of the Katutau Valley, meanwhile, offer an enigmatic lunar landscape sure to capture your imagination. The park is also home to fascinating archaeological treasures, such as the Tamgaly petroglyphs, rock engravings dating back thousands of years.
    For wildlife enthusiasts, Altyn-Emel National Park is home to a wide variety of animal species, including gazelles, wolves, foxes and a great diversity of birds.

  • Charyn Canyon

    When you enter Charyn Canyon, you enter a world apart, where time seems to stand still. Steep walls and deep ravines create a spectacular landscape that leaves you speechless. Every bend reveals new perspectives, new surprises to discover. With its dizzying cliffs, unique rock formations and breathtaking ambience. The canyon’s rock formations resemble giant sculptures, shaped by thousands of years of erosion. Shades of color, from red to brown, create a striking play of light at sunrise and sunset.
    The highlight of your visit is the panorama from the Embao viewpoint. From here, you can contemplate the grandeur of the canyon and soak up its spellbinding atmosphere.

  • Tuzkol Lake

    Tuzkol salt lake, located in southeastern Kazakhstan, is a natural treasure surrounded by mountains and steppes. Lake Tuzkol is fed by meltwater from the glaciers of the Tian Shan mountain, which form an impressive mountain range on the horizon. The lake has a brilliant turquoise color, due to the presence of minerals in the water. It is also known for its therapeutic properties, as it contains salt, magnesium, calcium and potassium. Lake Tuzkol is an ideal place for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. You can hike or cycle here, explore the surrounding area on horseback or by 4×4. You can also visit the neighboring villages, where you’ll meet nomads who still live in yurts, or tents.

  • Chimkent

    Chimkent, the pearl of the south, is a dynamic city that skilfully blends tradition and modernity. Stroll through the lively streets of its historic center, where you’ll discover magnificent buildings such as the Juma mosque, the Kok-Tobe tower and the Arystanbab mausoleum. Soak up the intoxicating atmosphere of the central bazaar, where exotic colors and scents will transport you to another world.
    A few kilometers from Chimkent lies the Aksu-Zhabagly National Park, a true paradise for nature lovers. Explore its vast meadows, picturesque valleys and majestic mountains. Don’t miss a hike to Mount Besshatyr, where you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views.

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