Weekend Golf Tour


The Ultimate Golf Experience in Kazakhstan


Indulge yourself during your next long weekend with a luxurious golf trip to Kazakhstan, the country that boasts beautiful golf courses with the backdrop that looks like a painting. Golfers flock from around the world to experience the game, breathing in fresh air and taking in the majestic sight of the mountains in front of them.

As one of our most prominent experiences, our golf trips are carefully designed for golf enthusiasts allowing you to focus on your game. Let Aveneer DMC take care of the rest.

The compact golf package includes meals in restaurants, accommodation in a hotel, comfortable daily transfers to designated golf courses, and two 18-hole games during your trip.

The city of Almaty has a total of 2 golf courses, whose varied character and difficulty gives a diversity that is perfect for amateur and professional golfers visiting Kazakhstan. You are pampered by the magnificent backdrop of the mountains as you play. The fresh air from the mountains and a sense of serenity golfing in such a location make Almaty an excellent option for a golf holiday.


Best time to travel

April - November


Weekend Golf Tour:


  • 2 x 18-HOLE GAMES




  • Almaty
  • Zhailjau Golf Resort
  • Nurtau Golf Resort


  • Gastronomic Experience
  • Golf


  • Personal Expenses
  • Additional golf games
  • Shopping
Day 1

Guests will be taken to Alasha, a traditional Central Asian restaurant set in a caravan saray. This used to be the place where traders and merchants came for a night's rest during their trip across the ancient Silk Road, Be prepared for a night of dancing, performances by local talent and great food! Return to hotel for night’s rest

Day 2

After having breakfast in the hotel you'll be transferred to Zhailjau. The total area of eighteen fields of the golf resort of "Zhailjau" is 82 hectares. The 18-hole golf field is recognized as one of the best in the territory of CIS, except that, the golf resort is listed in the catalog of the best in the world, as its fields completely corresponding to standards of champion fields, was projected, developed and realized by the company «Palmer Course Design Co», - the golf resort of "Zhailjau" is proud that bears on itself handwriting of the legend of world golf Arnold Palmer. Tee-off and lunch at guests own expense. Pick up & return to the hotel, free & easy time to freshen up before dinner. Dinner in a restaurant in the city and return to the hotel for a night rest.


Day 3

Breakfast in hotel and set off for Nurtau Course. "Nurtau" is the first 18 hole Golf Club in Kazakhstan. It is located on the territory of the sanatorium-and-spa complex "Alatau" in Almaty, in the foothills of the Zailiysky Alatau. Tee-off and lunch at guests own expense. Pick up & return to the hotel, free & easy time to freshen up before dinner. Dinner in a restaurant in the city and return to the hotel for a night rest.


Day 4

Breakfast in Hotel Depart for Almaty International Airport



We offer bespoke tours to Kazakhstan that can be tailored to your personal tastes



Getting in

The most convenient way to get to Kazakhstan is to take a flight to one of the two largest cities, Almaty or Astana.  Kazakhstan's national airline "AirAstana" offers direct flights from the following cities: Urumqi, Beijing, Seoul, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Delhi, Dubai, Tehran, Baku, Tbilisi, Antalya, Istanbul, Kiev, and Moscow.

For guests traveling from South East Asia, we suggest the quickest route via Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur. 

Please contact us and one of our travel consultants will be glad to assist you with planning your journey.

Visa to Kazakhstan

Citizens of the following countries can travel to Kazakhstan visa-free:

  • Up to 14 days: Hong Kong
  • Up to 30 days: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Philippines, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, UAE, Uzbekistan, USA
  • Up to 90 days: Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Russia, Ukraine

If your country is not stated above, you will need to obtain a visa to the Republic of Kazakhstan. Please contact us for visa support and assistance with your visa application.


Currency and Credit Cards

The local currency is the Kazakhstan Tenge (KZT). Currency exchange in Kazakhstan is very well developed - it is easy to exchange most popular currencies like USD, EUR, GBP in bank branches, airports and exchange points as the latter is opened 7 days a week.

VISA and MasterCard are widely accepted throughout the country in most shopping malls and restaurants. For withdrawing cash, one can turn to nearest ATMs located all around the city.


The climate in Kazakhstan is continental. You will experience a vast difference in temperatures and climate while traveling through the country.

Summers in Kazakhstan are warm with an average temperature at around 30 *C (86 *F). During winters the average temperature drops down to -20 *C (-4.0 *F).

The best time to travel is from April to October when temperatures are moderately warm, as well as the period from December to March for winter enthusiasts.

Kazakhstan is a sunny country, some regions enjoy the sun up to 330 days a year.

Local Cuisine

Kazakh traditional cuisine is based on a few main ingredients such as meat, bread/dough, and some dairy products.  Due to the challenging weather conditions and nomadic lifestyle food had to be easy to prepare, very nutritious and contain a lot of fat to provide energy.

Kazakhstan boasts its organic fruits and vegetables that are grown locally, delicious natural honey with numerous health benefits, finest caviar as well as the signature chocolate products. 

The tea culture is very prominent, Kazakhstan is believed to be among the top countries in the world for tea consumption; almost every meal is followed by tea in Kazakh families.

Apart from a regional cuisine, a wide range of restaurants is also available for tourists with a cosmopolitan appetite for Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Italian, French, Korean, South East Asian and Indian cuisine with some vegetarian options.



The national language is Kazakh, however, the Russian language has the same status. More than 70% of Kazakh citizens speak Russian fluently thanks to the Soviet Union times. 

Kazakh language however is very different from Russian in its nature, and is not as widely practiced by the city dwellers as compared to the rural and country dwellers. Although the Russian language is more common, local people will react extremely well if you speak even a little Kazakh.

Religion in Kazakhstan

The Republic of Kazakhstan is often called the crossroads of civilizations. Since ancient times various religions were formed and developed on the territory of modern Kazakhstan. Archeologists have found here traces of Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Nestorianism, and Tengrism. 

Today, Kazakhstan is a modern, secular state promoting ethnic and religious diversity and tolerance. A multinational country with a long history of ethnic groups living together, Kazakhstan is a peaceful country where Kazakhstani citizens of different religious backgrounds live in harmony.

The majority of the population in Kazakhstan practices Islam. The Muslim population is largely made up of the ethnic Kazakhs, Uzbeks, and Tatars. The second most practiced religion is Russian Orthodox Christianity, with the majority of adherents being ethnic Russians, Ukrainians, and Belarusians.


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