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Boszhira Tract is located in the western part of the Ustyurt Plateau, on the Mangyshlak Peninsula in the Mangistau region. Nature has given full freedom to its imagination here. You can see a unique landscape of unearthly white chalk colors.
The tract covers a huge area. In order to explore it, you will need more than one day. This place is little known and difficult to access for tourists.
This reserve is one of the specially protected natural territories of Kazakhstan. The park, founded in 1985, is the first national park in the country. The total area of the park is 68,453 hectares.
You can see these amazing colorful landscapes, if you visit the tract of Atzhal and the Aybyrzhal Mountains located in the area of the Tekes River in Terskey Alatau Mountains, near the border with China (the Almaty region). Photos by: Sergey Terekhov.
“Altyn-Emel” is a state national park located in the valley of the Ili River on the territory of Almaty region.
The park was organized on April 10, 1996. The purpose of the park is to preserve the unique natural complex, archaeological, historical and cultural monuments, rare and endangered plants and animal species, the development of ecotourism.
Raiymbek District, located in the south-east of Almaty region, can be called the most scenic. You can go there at any time of the year, but if want to take a trip further into the mountains, then the best time to travel is from June to September. Lake Tuzkol on Google Maps. Photos by: Sergey Terekhov.
Boszhira is a mountain range located in the western part of the Ustyurt Plateau, on the Mangyshlak Peninsula of Mangistau region. It is definitely one of the most beautiful places in Kazakhstan.
Boszhira, the bottom of a dried sea, covers a huge area, and it takes more than one day to explore it. Today, this place is still little-known, and it is not an easy task to visit it.
The Ustyurt Plateau is a plateau in Kazakhstan (Mangystau region) and Uzbekistan, located between Mangyshlak and the Garabogazköl Gulf in the west, the Aral Sea and the Amu Darya River delta in the east.
According to scientists, the Ustyurt Plateau is a dried-up bottom of the sea existed in these areas about 21 million years ago.
The Aral Sea is a formerly undrained salt lake in Central Asia, located on the border of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Since the 1960s, the level of the sea began to decline rapidly because of the diversion of water for irrigation purposes from the Amu Darya and Syr Darya rivers.
Let’s enjoy beautiful night landscapes of the East Kazakhstan region.
The following photos were taken in such wonderful places as Bukhtarma reservoir (the largest water reservoir in Kazakhstan), Lake Zaisan, Cape Shekelmes, Kiin-Kirish Canyon. Photos by: Anna Anikina.
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