Sights of Kazakhstan

The Republic of Kazakhstan consists of boundless steppes, high mountains, and numerous monuments of the ancient world, stone statues, mounds, centuries-old groves, blue lakes, and ancient settlements. This is, perhaps, a very small list of what the state is rich in and what can be found on its territory...
For example, going to the Charyn Canyon, you will be able to see a real valley of castles with a prehistoric grove.

Altyn-Emel National Park is located in the western part of the Dzungarian Alatau ridge. Its area is approximately 460.000 hectares. Rare and endangered species of animals from Kazakhstan live here.
The famous Tamgaly-Tas tract attracts a large number of tourists with its amazing view, fresh air, and large-scale steep cliffs.

A large number of historical and archaeological monuments from the ancient world are located on the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Be sure to visit the ancient settlement called Otrar. The city is one of the most ancient in Central Asia.
The mausoleums of Khoja Ahmed Yassavi and Arystan Baba, which were erected in the 14th century near Shymkent, are also considered famous among the attractions where tourists are brought.

The village of Karnak is one of the oldest settlements that is located several tens of kilometers from Turkestan. The village of Karnak was known in the 12th century and was considered an administratively subordinate settlement of the city of Iasi.

Perhaps one of the most beautiful places in the Republic of Kazakhstan is Lake Balkhash. The lake ranks 14th in the list of the largest lakes in the world and is considered the second non-drying salt lake after the Caspian Sea. Willows, reeds, and several species of naiads grow in its vicinity. Some of the plants that you will meet here are considered rare and are listed in the Red Book of Kazakhstan.

On our website, you can find out more information about the sights in the Republic of Kazakhstan. In addition, the operators of the Orient Mice agency will help you make a plan for an interesting excursion, as well as help with visas and provide a professional guide and comfortable transport.

Sights of Kazakhstan The

Nurzhol Street
Nurzhol Street

Nurzhol Avenue is located in the capital of Kazakhstan, Astana, and it is included in the city tour.

Nurzhol Avenue has become a modern and frequently visited landmark for all tourists who come to Astana.
It extends from the shopping and entertainment center Khan Shatyr to the presidential residence Ak Orda. The famous architect Kisho Kurokawa designed this interesting place.

A boulevard of the three levels represents Nurzhol’s construction.
There is a large car park at the lowest level. It contains about 400 transports.
On the middle floor are large and small shops with souvenirs and clothing, as well as catering, offices, and exhibition galleries.
At the top level, you can observe a pedestrian area with benches and fountains, walkways, and flowerbeds.

There were built-in architectural objects along the perimeter of the boulevard Nurzhol, the construction of which engaged both local and foreign architects and designers.
Not far from the boulevard is a building of the state bodies, namely: the Majilis, the Government, the Ministry of Transport and Communications, the MFA, the Ministry of Defence, the House of Ministries, the SEC "Keruen" of the Republic of Kazakhstan and many others.

Due to a walk along Nurzhol avenue, you will have the unique opportunity to admire the modern and, at the same time, unique architectural structures of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Our travel agency, "Orient Mice", is pleased to provide you with professional guides and comfortable transport in order to ensure that the tour brings you only positive emotions.