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.
Tarbagatay State Nature Reserve covers an area of 240 hectares within the rocky ridge Manrak and Chilikti basin since 1983.
Buiratau National Park was created in 2011 to preserve a unique transitional zone between dry steppe and semi-arid forest ecosystems of the Central Uplands of Kazakhstan.
Zhongar-Alatau National Park was created in 2010 to protect the unique ecology of the Dzungarian Alatau, an isolated, glaciated mountain range in Kazakhstan, on the southeastern border with China.
Sayram-Ugam National Park is a mountainous region of the Western Tian Shan Mountains, on the border with Uzbekistan.
Karkaraly National Park is a protected reserve and national park in the Karaganda Oblast (Karaganda Region) of Kazakhstan. The park headquarters are in the city of Karkaraly, 244 km east of Karaganda.
Kokshetau National Park features the unique landscape, archaeological sites, and recreational opportunities of the Kazakh Uplands of Northern Kazakhstan.
Ustyurt Nature Reserve is a nature reserve, created on 12 July 1984 in what was then the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic (K.S.S.R.), in Mangystau Region, southwest Kazakhstan.
The Markakol state natural reserve was created on August, 4th, 1976 in the territory of Kurchum region of the East Kazakhstan district for the purpose of preservation of unique Lake Markakol and landscapes surrounding it.