A Kazakhstan tour with Indy Guide is a unique experience in a world most people have never heard of. The Central Asian countries have only recently opened to tourism, and they remain full of otherworldly attractions we love to share with our clients. Indy Guide’s insider connections and knowledge of the region make for a remarkable journey to a country very few people have ever explored.
Discover some of the world's last frontiers
In a nation founded by Mongol and Turkic nomads, Kazakhstan tours are characterized by silent beauty and a vast mystery hard to come by in the 21st century. Located between between China and Russia, the transcontinental country is known for its semi-nomadic horse-culture culture and its mastery of all things equestrian. Our Kazakhstan tours cover some of the world's last frontiers and leave the visitor with an appreciation for the country's endless grandiose and sprawling steppes. For those who are looking for a unique cultural experience and some adventure outdoors, the ninth largest country in the world offers a beautiful emptiness you won’t find elsewhere. Kazakhstan tours are also great in combination with visits to China, Russia and neighboring Central Asian countries such as Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. A combined tour through the region offers a comprehensive insight into this fascinating and mysterious part of the world.
Astana: Born from nothing
If you book one of our Kazakhstan tours, you should take the chance to explore Astana. The young capital is known for its modern and futuristic architecture. On your Kazakhstan tour, you will get to see iconic buildings like the famous Baiterek Tower or the Khan Shatyr Entertainment Center („Royal Marquee“), the highest tensile structure in the world. The architectural project is built in a distinctively neofuturistic style and was unveiled by the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev in December 2006. The elliptical base covers a stunning 140,000 square meters (an area larger than 10 football stadiums) and comprises an internal urban-scale park, a boating river and entertainment and shopping venues with squares and cobbled streets.