Tamgaly (Almaty region)
Petroglyphs of the archaeological landscape of Tamgaly (Tanbaly) - one of the most ancient and outstanding monuments of rock art of the Seven Rivers, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004. Here in the late 1950s a sanctuary with a large number of rock paintings was discovered, its study began in the 1970s and 1980s. Tamgaly is located 170 km north-west of the city of Almaty in the mountains of Anrakay. In addition to petroglyphs, a large number of ancient graves were found in Tamgaly: stone boxes-cysts of the middle and late Bronze Age, mounds of earth and stones from the early Iron Age to the present.
from 1 to 4 persons - 170$ per car
Car type: Jeep 4WD.
from 5 persons and more - 170$ per car
Car type: Comfortable minibus.
An English-speaking guide (with a historical education) 50$ / 1 day / group (in case you need it).
8:00 picking you up and driving to Tamgaly (abt 170km)
11:00-14:00 walking, place review
14:00-15:00 lunch (lunchbox)
15:00-16:00 walking (if you wish)
16:00-back to Almaty, transfer to your hotel
The time is approximate and may vary a little.