It is an endorsement on a passport indicating that the holder is allowed to enter, leave, or stay for a specified period of time in the country.
Yes. Indian citizens who wish to travel to Kazakhstan are required to obtain a visa for travelling to Kazakhstan.
With Akbar Travels, the process of applying for a Kazakhstan visa online is easy and seamless. The steps are:
1. Choose your preferred type of Kazakhstan visa based on your travel type
2. Pay online
3. Submit documents through our pick up & drop service
4. Receive your visa once approved!
The Kazakhstan visa authorities may issue a Tourist, Business, Diplomatic, Official or several other types of Kazakhstan visas depending on your purpose of visit to Kazakhstan and your passport type.
Processing an application for a Kazakhstan visa normally takes up to 5 working days.
In most cases, a single entry is granted.
Yes. Those entering and exiting Kazakhstan multiple times are required to issue a multiple entry visa.
Your visa is valid from the date your visa was issued. It should not be calculated from the date of entry into Kazakhstan.
Passport provided by the recipient of a visa should meet the following criteria:
Yes. The Kazakhstan Online Visa is an electronic visa which will allow travelers to enter the country without obtaining a conventional visa from an embassy or consulate. The entire application process will be completed online and has been designed to be quick and straightforward.
Yes. Indian nationals may be issued an electronic single entry tourist visa to the Republic of Kazakhstan.
An electronic visa (business, tourist and medical treatment) is issued based on a valid invitation from the Kazakh side, considered by the migration service units of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Kazakhstan under the established procedure. Indians can enter/exit the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan using a valid electronic visa only through the checkpoints of international airports of Astana and Almaty.
The condition is that they must be flying to another country via Kazakhstan and possess the proof of the same i.e confirmed ticket of final destination.
It is advisable to purchase a medical and travel insurance plan. Akbar Travels can assist you with the ideal travel insurance plan to cover any emergencies during travel, damage and loss of baggage.
No. It is not mandatory to be vaccinated.
A Kazakhstan visa rejection is wholly the decision by the Official Embassy of Kazakhstan in New Delhi. In case of rejection, a new visa can be applied for.
No refunds will be entertained in case a Kazakhstan visa is rejected.
The Kazakhstan visa for Indians is a legal document. Upon damage of the visa page or loss of passport (in case of a stamped visa), a new one will be required to carry on with travel plans. A tourist visa cannot be used in place of other visas; it only covers travel within designated areas in Kazakhstan for the purpose of sightseeing.
The easiest way to apply for a Kazakhstan visa is to contact a reliable travel agency such as Akbar Travels. Our visa experts, who have worked in the travel and tourism industries for around 40 years, can help with the ins and outs of visa application processes. To get more Kazakhstan visa information or have questions clarified, simply fill in a query form for a Visa Expert to get in touch with you.
Akbar Travels is your dedicated travel partner when it comes to hassle-free visa application. Our team is committed to supporting you throughout your efforts to travel to your dream destination. Read moreA dedicated visa expert is always present to address all your queries anytime and take you through the entire process of visa application.
Here are the steps to apply for a Kazakhstan Visa through Akbar Travels:
Step 1: Contact our Visa Expert with your travel plans and gather all the visa information and requirements.
Step 2: Pay your Kazakhstan visa fee online and get your documents picked by us from your home or office.
Step 3: Our Visa Expert will verify, process and submit your documents to the Embassy.
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Kazakhstan, also known as the "Land of the Wanderers", sits just below Russia in Central Asian region. Although Kazakhstan is the 9th largest country in the world, it has not received the fair amount of recognition that it deserves. However, for travellers seeking the road not taken, Kazakhstan is home to thrilling landscapes and unheard traditions, giving visitors the true title of an 'explorer'. Read more
Encircled mountains, deserts, lakes, canyons and grasslands, much of the country's landscape falls under the steppe region. Before planning your vacation, be well-aware of the varied seasons. During the summer months starting from July, stretching up to August, clear skies and pleasant surroundings are ideal conditions for travel, especially for hikers. The steppes are the most alive during April - June and September - October. If you're the winter-loving kind, experience this winter wonderland between November-March and head over to the pristine ski slopes at Chimbulak.
Inhabited by over 120 nationalities, Kazakhstan is factually one of the most diverse nations. Sharing history with the Soviets, Russian is a popular language among the citizens along with Kazakh, which is the country's official spoken dialect. Just like any other country, foreigners are potential targets for scams and robberies. Avoid walking alone in isolated areas, especially at night. It is advisable to pre-arrange transport wherever possible. Do keep your valuables safe, be it your jewellery ring or smartphone. Stereotypical notions of third world countries always cause prospective travellers to turn their back. Kazakhstan is a very safe, simple and hospitable country.
Pack your bags and hop-on to your flight. Many carriers such as Air Astana, Aeroflot, Turkish Airlines and Etihad Airways offer consistent flights between Indian metropolitans; Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai to several cities in Kazakhstan. Buses, taxis, trams, and trolleybuses are available at all times. Thus, visitors can expect a hassle-free commute during their time in the country.
There are several things to see and do in Kazakhstan, whether you are here for a long break or just a couple of days. Its umpteen valleys and contrasting topography are far beyond beautiful.
It hosts 5 UNESCO World Heritage sites, each serving its own purpose with none meant to be unnoticed. Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi in Turkmenistan speaks of an architectural masterpiece, preserving much of its beauty since the 12th century. Petroglyphs in Tamgaly and 'The Routes Network of Chang'an-Tianshan Corridor' (Silk Road) in the southern territory are other archaeological sites with dating history. Hang on! We are not done with the heritage sites yet.
Naurzum State Nature Reserve and Korgalzhyn State Nature Reserve in Saryaka covers up to half a million hectares of space, inhabited by rare and endangered species, providing a natural refuge for the birds. Here, you can also discover both fresh and saltwater lakes. Just like the reserves, Western Tien-Shan boasts its unique biodiversity and is also encompassed with one of the world’s largest mountain ranges.
Bayterek Tower in the capital city Astana is a popular tourist hotspot. See views of the city from an observation deck inside its golden dome, an unusual construction known to symbolise happiness.
Big Almaty Lake is a natural alpine reservoir and probably the most alluring site one could ever see. For the adventure seekers, Medue, a picturesque valley near Almaty is where you can not only can you be enjoying ice-skating, but also experience its breath-taking scenery. Shymbulak, in the upper Medeu valley, has a ski-resort on its own. Gear up and enjoy!
Kazakhstan's cuisine is a carnivore's paradise. Influenced by the nomads, their daily supper is a mix of horse and mutton meat, usually with sides of milk products. Beshbarmak (platter of boiled horse meat) is common during family gatherings. Airan is beverage yoghurt prepared from fermented cow’s milk. Shelpek (flat cake), Baursaks (fried sweet dough) and Kumys (fermented milk with alcohol) are the must-try delicacies. For the vegetarians, Kazakhstan is packed with Indian restaurants and meatless options.
For the shopping geeks, Abilai Khan Street, Furmanov Street, Barakholka, and Zhybek-Zholy Street in Almaty have great collections of handmade sweaters, paintings, wooden carved artworks, local chocolates and souvenirs.Show less
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Akbar Travels currently only processes Tourist and Business visas. Please contact the Embassy to apply for other visa types listed below:
Work visas are issued upon provision of permission for foreign labour recruitment and other documents if it is not regulated by an international treaty or agreement of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
They are issued with permission of the immigration police upon application of educational institutions.
Indians are allowed a maximum of a 3-day transit in Kazakhstan. There is no transit visa fee. Hence, it is free for travelling Indians. However, they must be flying to another country via Kazakhstan and possess the proof of the same.
This visa is issued to genuine investors - managers and representatives of managerial staff of major foreign companies, operating in the Kazakhstan market or who have genuine plans to develop business projects.
Issued to foreigners and persons without citizenship traveling to Kazakhstan for treatment, medical checks, consultations and similar reasons upon application of the relevant institutions and organizations confirming the character of the invitation.