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Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan means ‘land of the wanderers’ and visitors to the world’s ninth largest country will find plenty worth exploring here. Visit its capital city Astana and be astounded by its futuristic architecture, or its biggest city Almaty, which remains the country’s financial and cultural hub.

Venture beyond the cities and you’ll find soaring mountains, expansive deserts, lakes, and the Kazakh Steppe, one of the largest intact dry steppe regions in the world. Lace up your hiking boots and get wandering!

 

We have 3 trips in Kazakhstan   
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IKFSK

GROUP TOUR from £1764 for 14 days

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- Truly off the beaten track, Kazakhstan sees few travellers, especially outside Almaty and capital Astana. Feel the remoteness of Central Asia on this one-of-a-kind expedition
- Visit dusty Baikonur, the hub of the Soviet – and now Russian – space program. Check out the Cosmodrome, the world’s oldest and largest spaceport, and witness a manned rocket launch
- Explore the Aral Sea, which suffered environmental and humanitarian devastation in the 60s due to Soviet irrigation projects. Enjoy a homestay with local friends and meet those working with an NGO to restore the area

TRIP CODE
EAXF

GROUP TOUR from £1929 for 15 days

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- Spend two days exploring Bukhara, the best preserved mediaeval city in Central Asia
- Journey through the Tien Shan Mountains towards Issyk Kul Lake and Jety Oguz Gorge
- Learn about Samarkand's 2,500 years of rich history, featuring figures such as Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Tamerlane
- Explore Uzbekistan's capital city, Tashkent

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EAXK

GROUP TOUR from £3349 for 23 days

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- Stand face-to-face with the ‘Door to Hell’, Turkmenistan's giant burning gas pit
- See Islamic architecture and ruins along the great Silk Road
- Visit the villages and lakes of the Fann and Tien Shan Mountains
- Learn the history of traders, preachers and invaders along the Silk Road
 
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