Kazakhstan is an ethnically diverse republic which gained independence from the former Soviet Union on December 16, 1991. The name Kazakh, which is of Turkic origin, is thought to mean "free man"; an appropriate moniker for a land historically populated by freedom-loving nomads. For thousands of years, these nomads tended vast cattle herds, pasture lands and the fertile soils of the region's foothills and river valleys. Both the historic Silk Road and Sable Route, along which expensive furs were transported, passed through the region making Kazakhstan an important cultural, trade and economic bridge between Asia and Europe. It is not necessary to search the entire world for fascinating tradition, beautiful, pristine nature or a delicate mixture of old and modern: simply visit Kazakhstan. In Kazakhstan, guests are made welcome as they experience the very heart of Eurasia. .
Best Time to visit the Country:
As summers are ferociously hot and winter bitterly cold, spring (April to June) and autumn (September to November) are the best seasons to visit the Kazakhstan. In April, desert blooms briefly and the monotonous ochre landscapes explode in red, oranges and yellows. Autumn is the harvest time, when the markets tables heave with fresh picked fruit.
In General, all foreign nationals are required to have business or tourist visas to enter Kazakhstan. To obtain a visa, foreign citizens should apply to a Kazakhstan diplomatic/consular institution in their country residence. In order to get single entry official, private, tourist or business visa to Kazakhstan at the Embassies of Kazakhstan