Kazakhstan is the grandeur of mountain peaks, sparkling glaciers, quiet forest twilight, the mysteriousness of deserts, huge rocky canyons, emerald lakes, fast-flowing rivers, the poetry of sunlight, a unique animal and plant world.
This is the country of the most ancient civilization of the Eurasian continent, the birthplace of nomadic tribes, a solid segment of the Great Silk Road.
Kazakhstan is a big country, which by area is among the ten largest states in the world. Kazakhstan owns part of the largest lake in the world - the Caspian Sea, part of the infamous Aral Sea, and a unique semi-freshwater lake Balkhash. Such a diversity of landscapes determines the presence of a rich natural world.