Just before Turkistan | Wild Camping

Kazakhstan

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Details

Verified:
almost 5 years ago
Altitude:
205.6 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
info

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Natural Source
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Moderator Note: Overnight camping/parking is NOT available at this location.
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If you‘re coming from the western side you have to make a u-turn and drive back over the bridge on the main road (m32). Just after the bridge turn right. There is a good dirt road, pass a few houses and after wards it opens up with many accesses to meadows like this (see picture) at the small river. No 4x4 needed but a bit of ground clearance recommended. Very quiet and no one around.

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At the indicated location there were locals having a swim and drinking until it became dark (and new people arriving until late to join them). We moved to another open spot and then people were sitting/hiding in the bushes and doing whatever I don’t know. We heard voices out of nowhere (turned out the bushes behind us) when we just wanted to unpack the RTT and they greeted us, but stayed in the bushes. We moved again to another open spot and had a quiet night. There was a lot of trash on the three open spots we tried. So if there are no people around a nice place, but we had a lot of noise and strange meetups, but definitely worth a try!

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Perfectly quiet place. The river flows slowly and from dusk till dawn there was no-one around.

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Great spot! Easy to find and lots of potential places along the river. Very pretty. We were seen only by the sheep/goats/cows and the shepherds that walked past us on both sides of the river. Shade under the trees and the river was flowing nicely which meant no mosquitoes!

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If you‘re coming from the western side you have to make a u-turn and drive back over the bridge on the main road (m32). Just after the bridge turn right. There is a good dirt road, pass a few houses and after wards it opens up with many accesses to meadows like this (see picture) at the small river. No 4x4 needed but a bit of ground clearance recommended. Very quiet and no one around.

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