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Published : Jul, 2023

How to get thereSites & attractionsSuggested itineraryActivities: CulturalActivities: OutdoorActivities: Nature & Wildlifecentral mosqueCentral State MuseumAlmaty -birthplace of modern appleGreen BazaarPanfilov ParkArbat StreetKazak Museum of InstrumentsAbay Opera HouseMedeu Skating RinkBogdanovich glacierShymbulak Ski ResortZenkov CathedralTalgar PassBig Almaty LakeKok-Tobe Hill
Discover the top things to do in Almaty, Kazakhstan, including its connection to apples, cultural treasures, snowy adventures at Shymbulak, and deeper insights into Almaty’s cultural tapestry. Plan your trip with this comprehensive Almaty travel guide.

Largely untouched by mass tourism, Almaty, the largest city in Kazakhstan, offers a remarkable journey through the seasons. This Central Asian gem is a land of obscure corners yet to be mentioned in travel guides and villages so remote that even Google Maps will give up. But that’s what makes it so alluring for offbeat travellers like me. The ‘stans have seduced great explorers and merchants for over two millennia through Silk Route. In this travel guide, I’ll share the fantastic things to do in Almaty, discover its fascinating history, and delve into its cultural tapestry...

Published : Apr, 2023

Sites & attractionsSuggested itineraryHealth & safetyActivities: CulturalActivities: Nature & WildlifeNimule National ParkMundari tribeHistoryKidepo Valley National ParkCultural DiversityThe SuddNatural BeautyToritREAL adventureKonya Konya marketJubacentral mosqueBoma National ParkJohn Gaeang Mausoleum
South Sudan travel can be tricky, but visiting the Mundari tribe makes it so, so rewarding. Over the years, I’ve made a lot of friends in the more obscure countries in our beautiful planet, traveling to all 197 countries will do that! And with these friends, it’s allow me to run blog trips to places like Syria, Yemen, Central African Republic, Iraq, Turkmenistan, Mali and Mauritania. Most recently this list includes South Sudan, both one of the least visited countries in the world, and the newest country in the world;

I organised a group of me and my followers to take a few days in South Sudan (including bringing my mum!). Exploring Juba, the capital, but even better – visiting the Mundari Tribe in the savannas of the world’s youngest country. The Mundari went viral recently when a Nat Geo photographer took some epic photos with some of their wrestlers and their cattle. So let’s have a look at all things South Sudan travel related, including a recount of my travels with my onestep4ward trip recently...