In recent years, Kazakhstan has been increasingly marked on the map of world tourism as an eco-destination, as evidenced by the inclusion of our country in various ecotourism ratings. So, for example, at the beginning of this year, the British Society of Backpackers identified Kazakhstan in the TOP-5 must visit list for 2020 for lovers of active eco-travel, and according to the authoritative edition of Gulf News, Big Almaty Lake was included in the TOP-5 destinations for residents of the United Arab Emirates.

Kazakhstan is very rich in other natural attractions. In the vast expanses of the Great Steppe, there are 13 national parks, 10 nature reserves, 6 reserves, 50 game reserves, 5 nature reserves, 79 natural monuments, and the total area of all specially protected natural areas occupies about 9% of the total area of the republic, on which, for comparison, with fits the whole UK with ease.

When it comes to ecological tourism products, it should be recognized that an integral part of many of them is an adventure vacation, which is offered in a wide variety of natural zones and climatic conditions. By choosing just one country and even just one location, a tourist in Kazakhstan will be able to fully experience all the seasons. Such unique tours are actively offered in the vicinity of Almaty, East and South Kazakhstan, which is facilitated, of course, by a suitable climate and the presence of majestic mountain ranges and rivers.

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