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Kazakhstan is an independent state on the edges of China and Europe, both. With colorful traditions, stunning landscapes and a history of government upheaval, Kazakhstan is a state that everyone should visit at least once in their lives.
With a newly formed Kazakhstan Democracy, the state has a marketing value comparable to some Western countries. Tourism is one market that’s growing exponentially there and people around the world are being stunned by the pristine beauty of the diverse landscapes.
Kazakhstan Entertains Families
The same mountain range holds the high-altitude ski resort called Chimbulak, but the mountains themselves are quite an attraction too. The giant, craggy outcrops that top the range give a quiet yet extraterrestrial feel and the snow ices the valleys and peaks like a rumpled blanket.
Enter the Warm Regions of Kazakhstan
In another landscape entirely, light-colored sand blows across the surface at the Singing Dunes located in the National Park Altyn-Emel (182 km northeast of Almaty).
It’s a popular tourist attraction where a phenomenon of nature occurs: the sand exudes a sound that’s much like the tone of a church organ. Hence the name, Singing Dunes.