Kazakhstan, where ancient traditions and modernity coexist in harmony, is located at the center of Eurasia. The country is famous for its endless southern steppes, mountains and lakes, Baikonur Cosmodrome and the heritage of the Great Silk Road. Tourists who come to Kazakhstan will have no shortage of activities to choose from: historical trips, hunting, fishing, mountain climbing, ecotours and much more.
Kazakhstan is one of the most developed countries in the post-Soviet world. The futuristic capital Nur Sultan, designed by Norman Foster and other world-renowned architects, delights the eye in its scope and structure. At the same time, travelers can discover the untouched nature of Kazakhstan’s remote regions: ancient ruins, deserts and pristine alpine landscapes.
General information about Kazakhstan
Area: 2,725,000 square kilometers (The 9th largest country in the world)
Population: 18 708 352 (2020 estimate)
Languages: Kazakh (official language), Russian (used in government and state organizations, and for interethnic communication)
Religion: Islam - 70%, Christianity - 26%, other faiths - 4%
Electricity: 220V AC, 50 A ; standard double plug socket.
Time zone: + 6 hours.
Internet zone: .kz
International telephone code: +7