Tarbagatay State Nature Reserve covers an area of 240 hectares within the rocky ridge Manrak and Chilikti basin since 1983. Within the reserve is a natural monument "Burning adyrs" finds clutches known dinosaurs of the Cretaceous period.
Area of the reserve is rich in flora and fauna. Main richness and uniqueness of the ridge Manrak - raptors, firmly entrenched in the Red book.
Ridge is nestled among open spaces, these lands are attractive to birds abundance marmots, ground squirrels and various reptiles. Therefore mountains Manrak are fertile nesting of small and large birds, including brown vultures - the large predators of Kazakhstan scavengers.
Altyn-Emel State National Nature Park is sprawled in the heart of Central Asia, in the valley of the Ili River, about 150 kilometers away from Almaty, Kazakhstan’s largest city.
Kolsay Lakes National Park is centered on the Kolsay Lakes, a system of mountain lakes on the north slope of the Tian Shan Mountains of southeast Kazakhstan, 10 km from the border with Kyrgyzstan.
Karatau state nature reserve is the youngest among Republic reserves. It is founded by the Government of Republic of Kazakhstan under order №240 from March, 1st, 2004.
Ile-Alatau is a National Park in Kazakhstan. It was created in 1996 and covers about 200,000 ha.
The Burabay National Park is a natural park located in the Burabay District, in Akmola Region, Kazakhstan. The park is under the direct jurisdiction of the President of Kazakhstan.
Katon-Karagay National Park is the largest national park in Kazakhstan, located on the eastern edge of the country, in the Southern Altai Mountains.