In the morning, leave Nur-Sultan and head southwest from Nur-Sultan to Korgalzhyn Natural Reserve. Established in 1968, National Park is included in UNESCO World Heritage list. Today, it is the largest national park of Kazakhstan with its territory exceeding half million hectares. Korgalzhyn is home to more than 300 species of wildlife including rare Siberian white crane, the Dalmatian pelican, and Pallas’s fish eagle. The park is a place of living of pink flamingo in Kazakhstan.
Start exploring the area visiting Birds Paradise centre with Steppe Hall, winter garden, and History and Ethnography Hall. You will also have a chance to watch a 20-minute movie Mystery of protected land. Continue to eco-routes in the park.