Kazakhstan is a country in Central Asia that has a diverse and complex geographic landscape, Kazakhstan is located in Central Asia and is the heartland/geographic center of Eurasia. With a surface area of 2,724,900 sq km, Kazakhstan is the 9th largest country in the world, comparable to India and Australia.
Kazakhstan’s surface is covered by 26% desert, 44% semi-desert, 6% forest and 24% steppe terrain, in addition to a few other landscapes. The South and East have great wild and mostly untouched mountain landscapes with the Tien Shan and Altai being the most prominent. The highest peak in the country is Khan Tengri at 7,013m above sea level
Kazakhstan is a vast country with diverse landscapes, and its autumn season brings a unique and beautiful experience. During the autumn season, which typically lasts from September to November, Kazakhstan’s landscape undergoes a transformation as the temperatures begin to cool down and the leaves on trees start changing colors.
In some parts of Kazakhstan, particularly in the northern and central regions, autumn brings a stunning display of golden and orange hues as the leaves of the trees turn from green to yellow, red, and brown. The forests, meadows, and hills are filled with a riot of colors that make for a picturesque sight. The changing colors of the trees create a beautiful contrast against the clear blue skies and snow-capped mountains, which are visible in the distance.
Overall Kazakhstan is a country with diverse and stunning landscapes, making it a great destination for landscape photography.
Prices are based on double occupancy unless noted. Single-occupancy rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis (in most places) and are subject to a supplemental fee.
We try to accommodate participants who request single accommodations, as well as those looking for a roommate. If a single room is requested, or if we are unable to find a suitable roommate, you will be required to pay for the supplement.
The photo tour price is in US Dollars, based on 6 paying participants. In the unlikely event the photo tour does not fill, there is a small surcharge of US$500 for 4-5 paying participants.
From the main road, all start to change compared with the city, the road climbs higher and higher, the landscape is changing, and more and more huge mossy stones appear on the slopes, According to scientists, more than 2,000 years ago there was a strong earthquake in these places, literally moving mountains. As a result of this natural cataclysm a natural dam was formed and a giant bowl deep 38 meters was formed creating the lake.
Even on hot summer days water temperature in the lake is not more than 12 Celsius degrees. The color of the water changes depending on the season, the weather, and the temperature of the water.
A lot of people consider them the pearl of the Northern Tien Shan mountains, Kaindy lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in Kazakhstan, and still not a tourist place. The lake is located at an altitude of 2000m, 26 kilometers far from the Kaindy River of the same name, near the Kolsai Lake. Translated from Kazakh “Kaindy” means “abundant in birch”, the meaning of the name is because is full of large birch groves, located near the area and inside the lake spectacularly. On the fourth day, we will hike around Kolsai
lake and we can arrive at the second lake.
Each route selected and studied for the results of extraordinary photos
It’s not that we are so smart, it’s just that we have tons of experiences.
We always pay attention in details, not too fast and not too late.
Extraordinary experiences can only be achieved from teams that we prepared.