Jailau Ethnic Village
Have a chance to live in a yurt, visit craft workshops, national games competitions and even get therapy by folk healers - all of this awaits you in Jailau Ethnic Village
On the territory of the Burabay National Park, there is Jailau Ethnic Village (also spelled as Zhailau Ethnic Village), which welcomes the guests, as the Kazakh people do, with hospitality and warmth. Here you can get to know the culture and history of Kazakhstan, learn about everyday life of the nomads, and try national cuisine.
The word "jailau" translated from Kazakh means "summer pasture". However, at the moment, the administration is trying to make it possible for the Village to operate all year round. Here travelers are able to live in a yurt (the national dwelling of nomadic people), take master classes of craft activities, witness national games competitions. One can even get treatment by folk healers here. We are sure that this unique experience will be remembered for a lifetime.