Sultan-Epe canyon at the Caspian Sea, Mangystau, Kazakhstan.
Sultan-Epe canyon travel to the beauty of Mangyshlak.
Sultan-Epe canyon is located on the Mangyshlak peninsula in the Tupkaragan region, Mangistau region in Kazakhstan. Nearby is the Mangyshlak Bay, which is part of the Caspian Sea. Sultan-Epe Canyon is made of shell rock, here you can find many old fishing houses built of this breed. If it is on a hill in this area, you can see the Caspian Sea. The Sultan-Epe canyon is very beautiful and unusual, the desert area is adjacent to rock formations, a large number of different animals live here and all kinds of vegetation grow.
Sultan-Epe undeground mosque in Sultan-Epe canyon.
There is an underground mosque Sultan-Epe and a well with water. Well water is considered sacred and healing. This place is also a place of pilgrimage. Sultan-Epe Canyon is filled with plants and therefore creates a contrast to the desert area on top of the canyon. Willow, hawthorn and other plants grow here.