View of lake Borovoe (Auliekol) from the mountain Okzhetpes, and in the middle of the lake – the rock
In the North of Kazakhstan, two hundred kilometers from the capital of Kazakhstan – Astana. is the national Park Burabay (Borovoe) , has long been dubbed “Switzerland of Kazakhstan” because of the beautiful scenery on the kokshetausky height. The Park was arranged in the two thousandth year, and includes large areas of pine forests, lakes and fourteen unusual bizarre rock formations full of legends.
Burabay, the name originated from the people – was in the legends and legends of the Kazakhs white camel Borax, always warn people of dangers. People heard a loud roar of Borax, gathered his armor and had time to prepare for the attacks of enemies.
The formation of this resort village is now considered the beginning of the twentieth century – in 1910 was built the first sanatorium – kumysopitiya. The most famous lakes of this region – Auliekol (Burabay), Shortandy area (Shchuchye), Kotirkol. But no less attractive and transparent waters and other lakes – Szavakkal, Aynakol, Chanakkale(chebache).
There is a legend about the creation of this Paradise:
…the Creator made the earth, settled people and began to distribute natural wealth – forests, mountains, seas, lakes, rivers and plains. Continue reading
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The cost of the tour per person. 1095$
The tour cost includes.
· Meeting – seeing off at the airport of Barnaul/Gorno-Altaisk
· Transfer across the territory of Russia (Barnaul-Tashanta-Barnaul)
· Transfer across the territory of Mongolia ( Olgii-Mongolia programme – Olgii )
· Russian g Varadero guide throughout the tour
· Chefs throughout the tour in Mongolia
· 3 – times meal per day ( Breakfast – Breakfast. About – lunch. At – dinner ) including drinking water
· Permission to travel in border areas
(1 night) hotel in Kosh-Agach,
The tour price does not include.
· Start/end of tour in Novosibirsk
· Breakfast 1st day / dinner 9 day
The tour program
Morning meeting at the airport of Barnaul. Travel along the ancient Continue reading
Toxic gases and radioactive radiation, human carelessness and mistakes of nature made these lakes the most dangerous on the planet.
LAKE KIVU, CONGO
The scenic lake Kivu, which is on the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda, attracted the attention of scientists from all over the world, but the popularity of the reservoir is not linked to its beauty.
Under a layer of water of the lake keeps dangerous deposits of carbon dioxide and tens of billions of cubic meters of methane generated by bacteria in the pond. This deadly combination makes lake Kivu the real bomb. If in these parts there’s an earthquake, the deadly ingredients “mixed” and the lake will simply explode.
Scientists estimate that lake Kivu is a threat to at least two million people who live in a dangerous area. In the event of volcanic activity or earthquake they will be killed by the explosion of methane and of carbon dioxide poisoning.
LAKE KARACHAY, RUSSIA
Lake Karachay is located in the Urals, in the chemical plant “lighthouse”, and today is the most deadly lake in the world.
In 1951 the lake was used for storage of liquid radioactive waste, and over the past decade there has accumulated Continue reading