Kobda river in Aktobe region, Kazakhstan.
Rafting on the rivers of the Aktobe region - the Kobda river.
The Kobda River is located on the territory of Kazakhstan in the Aktobe region. The Kobda River is one of the tributaries of the Ilek River (river basin of the Ural River) and is formed from two rivers Bolshaya Kobda and Malaya Kobda. The river originates in the Mugodzhary Mountains. The river is not large and very picturesque, in some places the river can be ford, you can also swim in the river. When swimming in wild rivers, you must follow all the necessary safety rules and, of course, be a good swimmer. The entire length of the river is 230 kilometers, width is from 10 to 15 meters, depth is 1 to 3 meters.