The Balkhash Lake is a large inland of water after the Caspian and Aral seas. The lake - 614 km, width - from 3.5 to 44 km, maximum depth is 26 m. The phenomenon of Balkhash is different mineralization on its western and eastern parts connected by a narrow strait.
One of the unique lakes of Kazakhstan is Alakol Lake, salty closed lake, situated on the Balkhash-Alakol lowland, which is in the border of Almaty and West-Kazakhstan regions, in the Balkhash side of the Alakol basin.
In the Northern Kazakhstan, between Astana and Kokchetav there is a wonderful region, real oasis – Borovoe.
The Bukhtarma reservoir is a very big artificial lake in the Altai region of North Kazakhstan. It’s even one of the biggest of its kind in the world. It is a popular holiday spot for locals, who like to grill on the shores, sunbathe or fish.
One of the most visited places in summer in Almaty region - Kapchagay reservoir. This reservoir was created with the aim of regulating river flow, for commercial purposes. However, one of the largest lakes in Kazakhstan is very fond of people.
The Caspian Sea may not be filled with beach resorts or be entirely suitable for recreational use, but entertainment, recreation and health facilities are available to provide essential amenities for a comfortable rest and leisure.