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Der Nationalpark Bajanaul

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Das Gebiet Pawlodar

Der Nationalpark Bajanaul

Hier werden Sie auf den ersten Blick von hohen Klippen, dichten Kiefernwäldern und blauen Seen erobert.

Dies ist ein Ort, der viele Legenden und Überzeugungen, die Pracht und das Gepränge der Natur des Gebietes Pawlodar in sich aufgenommen hat. Der Nationalpark Bajanaul ist der erste Naturpark Kasachstans und wurde im Jahre 1985 gegründet. Bis heute zielt er darauf ab, die Naturreichtümer unseres Landes, insbesondere die Flora und Fauna des Bajanaul-Gebirges, zu erhalten und zu erneuern. Das Gebiet des Parks ist eine eigenartige Oase in einer halbwüstenartigen Umgebung. Hier gibt es sechs Seen, von denen drei - Schasybaj, Sabyndykol, Torajgyr aufgrund der in ihrer Nähe eingerichteten Infrastruktur bei Touristen am beliebtesten sind: da befinden sich Erholungszentren und Kinderlager.

Interessant sind auch die Felsen Kempirtas, Naisatas und Saimantas.

In dem Park befindet sich unter anderem das Grab des legendären kasachischen Kriegers Schasybaj Batyr.

Die Hauptreisezeit, in der Sie sich in der Sönne aalen, in den Seen schwimmen und wandern können, dauert von Mai bis September. Aber auch im Winter gibt es da viel zu tun! In dem Erholungslager ist es beispielsweise möglich Ski laufen und Motorschlittenfahren an.

Im Park Bajanaul wird sich jeder vom Alltagsstress der Stadt erfrischt fühlen, neue Kräfte auftanken und alte Erfahrungen loswerden.

Der Nationalpark Bajanaul auf Video


Nützliche Hinweise für 2020-2021

Wie komme ich dahin?

Die Stadt Ekibastus, die dem Park Bajanaul am nächsten liegt, ist hundert Kilometer entfernt. Ekibastus kann man mit einem der vielen Transitzüge erreichten. Weiter vom Busbahnhof der Stadt entfernt fahren Sie bequem in Richtung Bajanaul. Die Busse fahren jeden Tag. Man kann auch mit einem Taxi fahren.

Die dem Park am nächsten gelegenen Flughäfen befinden sich in Pawlodar und Karaganda. Es kann auch von dort mit Bussen, Taxis oder Autos erreicht werden. Die Straße wird ja aber länger dauern. Es liegt daran, dass die Entfernung von Pawlodar nach Bajanaul ungefähr 230 km beträgt, und von Karaganda ist es etwa 260 km.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Es gibt viele Übernachtungsmöglichkeiten im Park: zu Ihren Diensten sind Hotels und Gasthäuser. Die Mahlzeiten werden überall serviert. In der wärmen Jahreszeit sind auch Cafés und Geschäfte geöffnet

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Bayanaul

Excursion tour
The Bayanaul mountains are located in the southwest of the Pavlodar region, on the very outskirts of the Kazakh Upland. The forested mountain range with numerous lakes is a true oasis suddenly emerging from the middle of the steppe. In 1985, this area came under the protection of the national park. What is interesting about these places is that they are literally steeped in legends and history. Every mountain, every lake and every stone here bears an interesting name and is associated with one historical event or ancient legend or another. What tourists find especially attractive here in Bayanaul is the abundance of oddly-shaped rocks which received their names accordingly, including Kempirtas, Saimantas, Dove, Camel, Elephant, Cobra, and more. You certainly do not have to stop at Lake Zhasybai - after all, other lakes also have travel infrastructure. But if you decide to do so, you will be at the heart of it all. Moreover, the Zhasybai beaches are generally considered to be the best. Karaganda / Pavlodar Zhasybai Lake Zhasybai is located in a hollow between the mountain ranges and is the most popular tourist destination: it is here that the vast majority of holiday hotels, restaurants and shops are located. The lake was named after Zhasybai batyr, who was a war hero in the period of the Kazakh-Zhongar wars. Rock Kempirtas This rock (also known as Baba Yaga Rock) is associated with a legend about a cruel and wayward girl who had many young people’s deaths on her conscience. Because of this, the girl was expelled from the village and she eventually linked her life with evil, supernatural forces. The "head" now sticking out of the ground is supposedly what was left of the girl after her battle with the warriors of good. Toraigyr The name of Lake Toraigyr is associated with the name of the poet Sultanmakhmut Toraigyrov, who spent his childhood in the vicinity of the Bayanaul mountains. Today, the poet's grave is located less than a kilometer from its eastern shore. The lake is very popular with fishermen, in particular due to the large number of carps you may find here. Alder grove On the southwestern shore of Lake Toraigyr there is a grove of the relict black alder included in the Red List; this is not the only place in the national park hosting alders, though it is the most famous one. Additionally, a spring with the purest water can be found here. Among different peoples and at different times, this tree was considered sacred and possessing magical properties. Zhasybai Saimantas Saimantas is one of the most famous rock formations in Bayanaul. There is no doubt that Saimantas must have been an object of worship in ancient fertility cults. This rock certainly looks very interesting; however, this only makes it more popular among tourists. Konyr-Auliye cave If you believe the legends, a holy man once lived in this cave, someone who survived a great flood. Today, people come here to bathe in a small spring located in the cave, make a wish and wait for it to come true. You may often see childless couples here, hoping to conceive a child with the water's blessing. Lake Zhasybai Karaganda / Pavlodar must do! – Spend a night in the Konyr-Auliye cave (but only if you are female and would really love to get pregnant as soon as possible!) – Rent a boat and visit the Island of Love located on Lake Zhasybai (of course, together with your loved one) Then what? You can endlessly explore the Bayanaul mountains. We highly recommend you to enjoy the beautiful view of the area from the top of Akbet Peak (1022 meters), the highest mountain on the territory of the mountain range. It will take you 4-5 hours to get there from Lake Zhasybai and half of that time if you come from Toraigyr. Furthermore, you can also visit Lake Sabyndykol, on the shores of which the village of Bayanaul is located. For travelers making this choice, there are also recreation areas on the lakeside. One more option is Lake Birzhankol, very remote from the main tourist attractions -it is unlikely that you will meet many people here. The village of Bayanaul itself, which was founded in 1826, is worth visiting as well.

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