Members of the fifth route titled ‘from Sea to Sea’ have covered the biggest part of the trip

Members of the fifth route titled ‘from Sea to Sea’ have covered the biggest part of the trip

Members of the fifth route titled ‘from Sea to Sea’ have covered the biggest part of the trip. The exploratory trip is held as part of the ‘Uly Dala Yeline Sayakhat’ project. The route lies between two biggest reservoirs in Kazakhstan – the Aral and the Caspian Seas. The travellers began their trip in Kyzylorda region where they explored Lake Kambash, the unique water reservoir that attracts tourists. The expedition members also visited the natural and historical sites of Mangystau region such as the ancient complex of burial monuments dated back to the 16th century, Tamshaly Canyon, Cape Zhygylgan and many other sites. The travellers will arrive in Aktau on September 21st. In general, they will cover almost 3,500 kilometres. After the expedition, Kazakh TV will air a cycle of programs dedicated to the unique touristic sites of Kazakhstan.

ORYNBASAR SHAIMUKHANBETOV, SENIOR STAFF, KAZAKH TOURISM:

 - The expedition started in Kyzylorda city where they visited natural facilities related to the Aral Sea. They visited Kamystybas, the lake and the Aral city. Then the expedition headed to the northern part of the Aral Sea continued on the territory of the Aktobe and Mangystau regions, including the Boszhir valley, the underground mosques such as Beket-Ata and Chinki Ustyurt as well as original interesting landscapes that attract tourists and travellers.