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This is not an easy lake to get to infact there are no signs on the main road even indicating where it is. I recommend going here with a tour guide who will know whether or not the roads are accessible when you go. From...More
The lake seems to be like a lake, but unusual because of trunks of fir trees, sticking out of the emerald (if you're lucky with sunny weather) water. It was a work of mudflow. To the so-called Stone gate in opposite side, you can go...More
Usually these places are just overrun with mass tourism, rubbish and tacky gift shops. This place is all in its natural beauty. The road in prevents tour buses getting there, please dont improve it! I dont agree with the poor horses that are there to...More
Special, depending on the light sometimes even spooky view of the sunken forest. Dead old trees, conserved in the cold water for over 100 years. Quite a bumpy road to get there - you need a four wheel drive car to get there (drive includes...More
Beautiful lake. You feel that you dont want to go back from such a nice place.
From parking to the lake it is quite a walk due to being steep though distance is not much. There are horses available for 1000 tenge for reaching from...More
Lake Kaindy (Қайыңды көлі, Qayıñdı köli, meaning the "birch tree lake" or landslide) is a 400-meter-long (1,300 ft) lake located in Kazakhstan. The lake reaches depths near 30 meters (98 ft) (in some areas). It is located 129 kilometers (80 mi) east-southeast of the city...More
We visited Kaindy lake in September 2018. We rented a driver in Saty (our host knew somebody) and I think that was the best choice ever, because the road to the lake is very difficult to drive by yourself if you don't have experience with...More
Made from an earthquake, this lake has a forest in it where you can see the bare trees sticking up from the bottom, an awesome sight. Truly a unique wonder of this world. Hike there is very easy and can be done by everyone.
We went there with our guide and 4 wheel car. The Road IS horrible! 12k and not a good road.our driver took us to the upper parking lot. From there we rented horses. It was 2500 Tenge. We went to water Frontera and took few...More
Similar to Biel Pond in Hokkaido but this is created an entirely by nature (ie earthquake). We spent about 1.5-2 hours walking around the Lake taking in different vantage points (there are at least 3 we went to) We also saw some people walking off-trail...More
I guess it'd be possible but it's a long ride and I wouldn't recommend it. You have to pass the river to get to Kaindy lake so if you're not used to off ride terrains I wouldn't rent a car. We got there with Friendly tours... More
I guess it'd be possible but it's a long ride and I wouldn't recommend it. You have to pass the river to get to Kaindy lake so if you're not used to off ride terrains I wouldn't rent a car. We got there with Friendly tours and they were excellent.