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Boguty mountains in Almaty region, Kazakhstan.


Travel to the Boguty mountains from Almaty.

The Boguty Mountains (Bogety) are also called the Red Mountains of Kazakhstan. The mountains acquired their red color due to the arid climate and soil mineralization. The color of the mountains ranges from beige, gray, red and pink. In the Boguty mountains you can find the purest mountain springs with delicious drinking water. The terrain is represented by hills and hills, hills. The maximum height difference is from 1200 - 1700 meters above sea level.

Boguty mountains - how to get there.

The mountains are located in the Almaty region on the territory of Kazakhstan. They are part of the Zailiyskiy Alatau mountains. Located about 180 kilometers from the city of Almaty, the southern capital of Kazakhstan, in the Altyn Emel nature reserve and national park, between the Ili and Charyn rivers. The village of Nura serves as a landmark.

Bema tulip in the Boguty mountains.

In the Boguty mountains, the Bema tulip, the famous Kazakhstani tulip, blooms in spring. Especially for spring, we have special offers for visiting tulip blooming places in different districts of the Almaty region.

Buguty mountains-information for tourists.

The mountains are divided into two ranges, Small and Big Boguts. It is quite hot in summer and cold in winter. There is little rainfall in summer, so the area looks rather arid. There are many insects and mammals (hare, roe deer, wild boar, wolf, turtle, lizard, eagle, snake of various types, spiders, scorpion, phalanx, karakurt, pheasant, thrush, etc.).
If you spend the night in the Boguty mountains, carefully check the tent for foreign insects, also carefully close the tent to prevent insects from entering it, also do not leave your shoes outside as a spider or snake can crawl into it.

Boguty mountains.

  • Distance of the route: 320 km
  • Season time: all season
  • Best time: Spring time, Summer time
  • Group size: 1-10
  • Days & nights: 1

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