Kazakhstan is the ninth largest country in the world and it’s largely located in Asia while the most western parts are in Eastern Europe. Kazakhstan’s terrain extends west to east from the Caspian Sea to the Altay Mountains and north to south from the plains of Western Siberia to deserts of Central Asia.
Kazakhstan has a harsh continental climate. The average temperature in January is around −19 °C in the north and −2 °C in the south, the average temperature in July is around +19 °C in the north and +28 °C in the south. The Kazakhstan climate has four distinct seasons: frosty winter, blossoming spring, hot summer and colorful autumn.
From canyons and deserts to mountains and forests; from modern cities to boundless plains and beautiful lakes…
Explore new places – the terrific landscapes of Kazakhstan!