The main purpose of the project is to reveal the natural and touristic potential of Kazakhstan and instill careful approach towards nature among viewers. Each episode focuses on traveling to a certain natural site in a dynamic and entertaining way. Natural sites, reserves and national parks are the main destinations. In addition to promotion of Kazakhstan’s nature, the program aims to inform viewers about the best international practices in environment protection and proper management of natural resources.
The river is born on the eastern slopes of the Mongolian Altai mountains.
A new type of tourism – glamping – has appeared in the UK about 15 years ago.
For 50 years, a military biochemi-cal test site had operated on the island and civilian access to it was closed.
This Outdoor World episode is dedicated to winter types of eco-tourism.
In the middle of the last century, snow leopard was an often encounter in the southwestern spurs of the Dzhungar Alatau Mountain Range.
In this episode, we will take a trip down the Ile River.
More than once the river had changed its course as well as the name – Suyab, Sui, Dzhu, Shu, Shuhi, Chuhi and Chuy.
Dzheirans live in deserts and semi-deserts in several Central Asian countries.
This species was first described in 1780 by the German naturalist Johann Anton Güldenstedt.