Central Asia

Design Your Own Trip to Kazakhstan

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Plot Your Own Path

Overview

Traveling privately on a custom itinerary means flexibility – flexibility to immerse yourself in your own exclusive experience, to craft an itinerary around your interests, and to travel when it’s right for you.

Want to go hiking or birding in the oldest nature reserve in Kazakhstan – and the only UNESCO-listed biosphere in the region? How about attending a master class in the making and playing of traditional Kazakh musical instruments? Need suggestions?

To get started planning a Kazakhstan itinerary, take a look at our suggested Private Journey to the region, Essential Kazakhstan, or read more about how to design your own trip.

Also keep in mind that you can customize any of our small group tours to match your preferred dates of travel. Get in touch, we’re here to help.

Signature Experiences

Below are just a few examples of the signature experiences that MIR can arrange for you in Kazakhstan. Let them be a source of inspiration, then get in touch with one of our Private Journey Specialists to craft an itinerary that’s uniquely suited to your travel goals, budget, and style.

  • Board a helicopter in Almaty for an aerial tour of the ridges and gorges of the northern Tien Shan Mountains.
  • Attend a performance of trapeze artists at a country club on the outskirts of Almaty.
  • Have a picnic lunch amid natural beauty of Charyn Canyon, known as the “Valley of Castles” for its spectacular rock formations.
  • Experience traditional archery through a demonstration and class with a Kazakh master.

Private Itineraries

Whether you’re looking for a compact trip that hits the highlights or something more in depth, MIR offers private itineraries that can be adapted to your choice of dates. Our itinerary, your dates – it’s a great option whether you’re traveling solo, as a couple, or in a small group.

Explore trips: Essential Kazakhstan

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Traveler Reviews

  • "Excellent introduction to a part of the world unknown to most travelers."

    R. Merlo

    Glendale, CA