Kazakhstan can be accessed by various means of transportation, depending on where you are coming from. By air, the main international airports in Kazakhstan are Almaty International Airport and Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport (previously known as Astana International Airport). These airports are well-connected to major cities in Europe, Asia, and other parts of the world, with flights operated by major airlines.
Resorts in Kazakhstan
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Much like the country itself, your ALL holiday resort in Kazakhstan has it all: premium accommodations, indulgent restaurants, blissful spas and no end of exciting things to do.
Kazakhstan is a country located in Central Asia and Eastern Europe, bordered by Russia to the north and west, China to the east, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan to the south, and the Caspian Sea to the west. With a population of over 18 million people, it is the ninth-largest country in the world by land area.
Kazakhstan is known for its vast natural resources, including oil, gas, coal, and uranium. The country has developed a strong economy based on these resources and is now one of the wealthiest countries in Central Asia. Its main industries include oil and gas production, mining, agriculture, and manufacturing.
Frequently asked questions
Kazakhstan has a lot to offer in terms of natural beauty, stunning landscapes, unique attractions and cultural heritage. Charyn Canyon - Located in the southeastern part of Kazakhstan, the Charyn Canyon is a natural wonder that attracts visitors from all over the world. Lake Kaindy - Located in the Tian Shan mountains in southeastern Kazakhstan, Lake Kaindy is a picturesque lake that is famous for its unique features. Almaty - Kazakhstan's largest city, Almaty, is a vibrant metropolis that offers a mix of modern and traditional attractions.
Kazakhstan has a rich culinary culture that reflects its nomadic history and diverse cultural influences. Here are some of the most popular dishes and drinks to try in Kazakhstan: Beshbarmak - This is Kazakhstan's national dish and consists of boiled meat (usually lamb or beef) served on top of a bed of homemade noodles. It is typically served with onions and a broth. Kazy - This is a traditional Kazakh sausage made from horse meat. It is usually eaten with bread and is a popular snack. Laghman - This is a noodle dish that is similar to Chinese hand-pulled noodles. It is typically served with a spicy tomato-based sauce and vegetables. Shubat - This is a fermented camel milk drink that is popular in Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries. It is slightly sour and has a unique flavor. Kumis - This is a fermented mare's milk drink that is also popular in Kazakhstan. It is slightly alcoholic and has a sour taste. Chai - Tea is the most popular drink in Kazakhstan and is typically served with sweets, such as baklava or jam. Shalgam - This is a popular non-alcoholic drink made from fermented turnips. It is slightly sweet and tangy and is typically served cold. Kymyz - This is a fermented dairy drink made from mare's milk. It has a sour taste and is believed to have many health benefits.
ALL’s wellness resorts in Kazakhstan have a plethora of spas for guests to enjoy, making them a wonderful place to rest and relax. At the Rixos Borovoe to include not just a thalassotherapy and fitness centre, but a swimming pool, fitness room and solarium. Its treatment programme offers all the benefits of the sea in a serene space designed for pampering. The Swissotel is similarly well appointed, with a fitness room filled with all the latest equipment for guests who need to burn off some steam.
The best time to visit Kazakhstan is from May to September, when the weather is warm and dry in most regions. However, if you plan to visit the mountainous regions, such as the Tian Shan mountains or Altai mountains, it is best to visit in the summer months when the weather is the mildest and the hiking trails are open. If you plan to visit during the winter months, be prepared for extremely cold temperatures and heavy snowfall, particularly in the northern regions.