Kazakhstan, the most multinational and multi cultural country on earth. Over one hundred different nationalities are living there.Travel to Kazakh is worth its moniker "free independent nomad" or "wanderer".
You can’t mention Kazakhstan without talking about the many natural sights around the country. There are several great destinations like Medeu, the rink nestled in a mountain valley. Saryarka, in the northern steppes, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Migratory birds and other endangered species, such as the Saiga antelope, live in these untouched steppes and wetlands, some of the most pristine and important in the world. And Alakol Lake, in eastern Kazakhstan, is a famous nature reserve with opportunities for hiking and relaxing. There are so many options of things to do out in nature in Kazakhstan, from hiking through the mountains to spending a night in a yurt out in the broad steppes - it’s all up to you.
It is said that apples were first grown in south east Kazakhstan from where it spread around the world, never miss a chance to taste the origin.