Starting from June 8th of 2022 passengers travelling from abroad to the Republic of Kazakhstan are not required to provide PCR test results, neither passports of vaccination.
However, to ensure the safety of the participants, all the team members are required to provide negative PCR test taken not earlier than 72 hours before arrival to Kazakhstan.
The delegation members who need PCR testing before their departure to home country should send the flight itinerary and passport details to the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The booking must be done before arrival to Kazakhstan.
The PCR testing upon arrival to Rixos Water World Aktau Hotel will be required. Hotel Room isolation until the result is mandatory.
The expenses are expected to be covered by delegations.
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On the famous plateau of Ustyurt, Mangistau region of Kazakhstan, there is one of the most revered Muslim shrines of the country - the underground mosque "Becket-ata". It was founded by the famous theologian and clairvoyant - Becket-ata at the end of the XVIII century.
In the southeast of the Mangistau region, in a very interesting place called “Sands of Tuyesu”, where the dunes reach a height of 10 m, there is the Ustyurt State Nature Reserve. It was created in 1984 on an area of 223 thousand hectares and was intended to protect the flora and fauna of the desert region.
Not far from the Becket-ata mosque, there is another shrine revered by Muslims - the underground mosque - Shakpak-Ata. There is reason to believe that it was carved into the rocks in the 9th-10th centuries according to the plan of Shakpak-ata, the grandson of the great prophet Shopan-ata. The mosque is located near a stone cape on the slope of Mount Ungazy and is a latin-shaped building cut down in a rock.
A natural landmark located 50 km from Aktau in the eastern part of the Mangyshlak plateau. Karakiya is one of the deepest hollow in the world, its depth is 132 m from the level of the oceans. There is an assumption that this hollow is the bottom of the ancient salt lake Batyr, as evidenced by the outcrops of geological formations with numerous bones of fossil fishes.
Only 170 km north of Aktau in a deserted area is the famous mountain - Sherkala, formed by the centuries-old erosive destruction of the local breed. At the base of the mountain, the remains of a fortified settlement of the 12th – 13th centuries have been preserved, and not far away is the mysterious valley, where over a dozen round blocks of stone have been collected on a small area, the origin and purpose of which is still a mystery.
The unique shopping and entertainment center "Aktau" is easy to recognize and remember thanks to its unique style that combines modern high technology, functionality and the atmosphere of the holiday.
If you are in Aktau and have a lot of time, visit the recreation center "Stigl". Its main advantage is the bathhouse on the pier. Having steamed, you can dive into the Caspian Sea. Well, of course, there are restaurants, cafes, billiards, sports and more.
The gallery, which opened in 2013, has become a favorite place for citizens. The works of young artists of Mangistau are exhibited here, mainly sea landscapes.
In this museum you can learn a lot of interesting things about the flora and fauna of the Caspian Sea, about the nature and history of the Mangistau region and the history of the oil industry.
The main dishes are meat. Such dishes as beshbarmak, kuyrdak, kespe, sorpa, pilaf. For the cooking dishes are widely using: lamb, beef, horse meat, and less often camel.
Flour and dairy dishes take the second place after meat products. And on duty dishes, here are baursaks - balls of butter dough, cooked in an large amount of oil and various types of flat cakes from sour and unleavened dough. Often, the Kazakhs eat and container - toasted grains of cereals, squeezed them with milk or tea.
The favorite summer drink of the Kazakhs was and remains airan - sour milk of cows, diluted with water. They drink it to freshen up, flavor them with various broths, seasoned with greens and garlic, it is a bit of a salad. It is very popular with the Kazakhs and koumiss - fermented mare's milk, which is famous for its healing properties.
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