Kazakhstan: Central Asia’s hidden gem

Kazakhstan: Central Asia’s hidden gem

Tucked away in the heart of Central Asia lies the prosperous nation of Kazakhstan. As a country that until 1991 was part of the Soviet Union, it has come on leaps and bounds since its independence.

Its ancient history, a heavy focus on building a contemporary atmosphere and beautiful landscapes make it one of the region's greatest untouched places to visit.

Here's why:

Re-tread the first footprints of the area's ancient horse-tamers

It is believed that the first horse was allegedly tamed and then rode by the country's ancestors. Rather than the estimated era of 1000 years ago, there is evidence to suggest that horses had been used for transport as far back as 5500 years. So why not ride amongst the beauty of the country?

A Kazak horse

Khan Tengri


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