Eastern part of Kazakhstan

The Altai Mountains
Being snuggly tucked in the centre of Asia, the Altai mountain range seems to be a no-man’s land. But such remoteness is deceptive. Despite rather huge distances and wild nature, the Altai is bustling with life. Learn More

Katon Karagay National Park
Katon-Karagay National Park is the largest national park in Kazakhstan, located on the eastern edge of the country, in the Southern Altai Mountains. Learn More

Tarbagatai National Park
Tarbagatai National Park also Tarbagatay, was established in 2018 to protect a region of mountain-steppe in East Kazakhstan that supports stands of wild fruit trees that have been isolated from genetic encroachment by commercial varieties. Learn More

Mount Belukha
Belukha (4,506m) is the highest peak of the Altai Mountains and the highest peak of Siberia. Geographically, this mountain is about the same distance from the Arctic, Pacific and Indian oceans. Learn More

The Deghelen Range
Another low mountain range in Kazakhstan is the Deghelen. Located in the eastern part of the Kazakh Hillocky, it has a total area of 360 sq.km and some of its peaks barely exceed 1000 m in height. Learn More

Alakol Lake
Alakol Lake is a lake located in the Almaty and Shyghyz provinces, east central Kazakhstan. Its elevation is 347 m (1,138 ft) above sea level. Learn More

Chagan Lake
Lake Chagan or Lake Balapan, is a lake in Kazakhstan created by the Chagan nuclear test on January 15, 1965, which was conducted as part of the Soviet Union‘s Nuclear Explosions for the National Economy program. Learn More

Sasykkol Lake
Sasykkol Lake is a lake in eastern part of Kazakhstan. It is located at around 46°35′0″N 81°0′0″E. It has an area of 600 km2 (736 km2 when water level in the lake is high), Learn More

Markakol Lake
Lake Markakol is a lake and popular tourist destination in East Kazakhstan. The lake is fed with small rivers and streams. Its coasts are cut up by gulfs. It is the largest lake in the Katonkaragay District of East Kazakhstan Region. Learn More

Zaysan Lake
Lake Zaysan is a freshwater lake, ca. 1,810 km² (700 mi²), in eastern Kazakhstan, in a hollow between the Altai and the Tarbagatai Mountains. It is the largest lake in the East Kazakhstan Region. Learn More

Zhalanashkol Lake
Lake Zhalanashkol is a freshwater lake in the eastern part of Kazakhstan, on the border of Almaty Province (Alakol District) and East Kazakhstan Province (Urzhar District). It is the smallest out of the four major lakes of the Alakol depression Learn More

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