Kazakhstan is unique in covering a vast expanse of northern and central Eurasia, from the Caspian Sea in the west to the Tien Shan and Altai mountain ranges in the east; from the deserts of Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan in the south to the Russian Siberian steppe in the north. The territory of Kazakhstan is equivalent in size to Western Europe. For millennia it has been a crucible for human civilization, a crossroad of cultures and a confluence for conquering armies. The riches and beauty of its vast and varied geography have yet to be discovered by a lot of travelers.

Kazakhstan’s imposing mountain scenery, the beauty of the steppe and the majesty of its desert, rivers and gem-like lakes. The country truly offers travelers a unique combination of adventure, history, culture and legendary hospitality – all set against a backdrop of pristine landscapes.

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Adventurous Mangistau

The tour was great. Especially the landscapes were overwhelming.
Vladimir, our driver and guide, did a great job. He is not that type of an endless speaking guide. I like that. Nevertheless, whatever we asked about culture, geographic, wildlife and so on – Wladimir knew the answer. He drove the whole tour without the help of any maps and missed not one single path. He also manged to get the
car repaired timely on day two.
One thing I like to criticize was that he insisted that we will need only sandals on the tour, no hiking shoes. That was true for 95%. But walking up the ledge Dreadnought definitively would have been easier (and more secure) wearing good footwear. And if you intend to book this tour in July (and maybe August too) be aware that the weather can be very hot. When we were there in July, it was 47°C in the Tubzair lake.
Again, the whole tour was a great pleasure. I would recommend it to everybody who likes great landscapes and is in good health.