Travel to Kazakhstan/Hidden jewels
decorations of a medieval city on the bank of the Ile River were built for picture-taking of The Nomads Film, which became a milestone in the cinematograph of Kazakhstan. You bet: enormous budget, Hollywood stars in the leads. The film was demonstrated in cinema theaters “with a bang”. And the decorations were left. After The Nomads, they were spotted, for example, in the popular blockbuster “Day Watch”.
The Charyn Canyon is located in the Charyn National Park about 215km east of Almaty and approximately a 3 hour drive.The Canyon has been described as the Grand Canyon’s little brother. This is not to detract from the sheer splendor of the canyon itself. The vista of dramatic erosion made by the river Charyn below and the elements has created a dramatic and impressive landscape.
Singing Dunes is a phenomenon of nature, famous for the fact that when the weather is dry the sand dune emits a sound similar to the tune of organ. Also the dune is known for the beautiful views overlooking the surrounding countryside. Singing Dunes is a popular tourist attraction.
Lake Kaindy is located in the south of Kazakhstan, within Kolsai Lakes National Park. In recent years, Lake Kaindy has become a popular international tourist destination.It is considered a natural landmark of Kazakhstan. The lake is also known for Ice Diving and Trout Fishing in the winter season.
Kolsay Lakes is one of the most beautiful places of Kazakh nature. They are also called a blue necklace of Northern Tien Shan. And it is quite understandable – such beauty cannot be found anywhere! In the Kazakh language “Kolsay” means “a lake in the valley”, indeed, all three lakes are situated in the eastern part of the picturesque Kungei Tau gorge, 300 km from Almaty.