Travel to Kazakhstan is now visa-free for Indian passport holders. As per the reports, Indians can now stay visa-free for up to 14 days in the Republic of Kazakhstan and, in total, visa-free stays for 42 days within every 180 days.
This is an exciting opportunity to explore one of the least explored places in Central Asia.
Kazakhstan offers a unique and diverse range of attractions for tourists, making it an increasingly popular destination. Especially when there’s a rich cultural heritage to explore.
The city of Almaty, with its blend of modern and Soviet-era architecture, offers a vibrant urban experience. The ancient city of Turkestan houses the Mausoleum of Khawaja Ahmed Yasawi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On your visit to Kazakhstan, one thing you can’t skip is a stay in a traditional yurt. This nomadic heritage experience is unique to the region of Central Asia.
It’s also one of our favourite ones because it’s not just stays; you can also witness traditional eagle hunting demonstrations and their traditional sports!
Kazakhstan also offers various adventure activities like hiking, skiing, horseback riding, and camping especially in regions like the Tien Shan Mountains and the Altai Mountains.
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