Indian citizens no longer need a visa to visit Kazakhstan. According to news accounts, Indian citizens now have permission to stay in the Republic of Kazakhstan visa-free for up to 14 days at a time, with a maximum stay of 42 days allowed every 180 days. Do you grasp the significance of this? This is a rare chance to see a part of Central Asia that has seen relatively little outside exploration.
Kazakhstan’s growing popularity might be attributed to the country’s wide variety of interesting sights and activities. Especially when there is a significant amount of history to learn about. Almaty, with its eclectic mix of modern and Soviet-era buildings, is a lively urban destination. The Mausoleum of Khawaja Ahmed Yasawi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the medieval city of Turkestan.
Have you heard of Baikonur Cosmodrome, the first and largest space launch facility in the world, located in Kazakhstan? After being leased to Russia for quite some time, Kazakhstan reclaimed control of the space launch complex in the beginning of 2023.
Staying in a traditional yurt is a must on any trip to Kazakhstan. Central Asia is the only place on Earth where you can truly immerse yourself in the culture of nomads. Not only is it a great place to rest your head, but you can also see authentic displays of eagle hunting and other native sports.
The Tien Shan Mountains and the Altai Mountains are two of the best places in Kazakhstan to go hiking, skiing, horseback riding, and camping.