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Driven by the passion of discovering Central Asia for more than 15 years, we have been pushing the boundaries of classic tourism on the Silk Road to offer our guests a unique and innovative experience. In direct partnership with mountain communities, we respect the values of ecotourism, which is the driving force for our pioneering and exceptional tours. Find out more here…

A Tailor-Made Experience

From the beginning Nomad's Land has been making tailor-made travel its specialty because it's your vacation, it's all up to you! All of our vacations are 100% customizable to your dietary requirements, type of 4x4 travel, level of authenticity and countless other factors that goes beyond imagination. Use the trip planner function on our website and give free rein to your travel dream to make your trip to Central Asia unforgettable. Our trip designers will work with you one on one building the tailor-made adventure of your dreams on the Silk Roads.

In the Heart of the Silk Roads

While operating in all the countries of Central Asia and beyond, we have chosen to remain an agency on a human scale, because each traveler is unique in our eyes. Based in Bishkek, the green capital of Kyrgyzstan, Nomad’s Land has established a network of trusted partners throughout Central Asia which allows us to carry out your wildest travel plans along the Silk Roads. Discover its magical places.

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"The Valley of Balls" - the unsolved mystery of Mangistau

"The Valley of Spheres" in Mangistau, Kazakhstan, remains one of the most mysterious and little-studied archaeological finds in the world. Many questions surround these strange stone spheres, and researchers continue to try to unravel their mystery.

One of the interesting features of the Mangistau spheres is their perfectly round shape. They have striking smoothness and symmetry, indicating the possible presence of high-tech methods of creation. Some orbs have precise geometric patterns, while others contain internal cavities and channels. These artifacts demonstrate a high degree of craftsmanship and technical knowledge, which raises questions about the possible ancient civilization that may have created them.

There are several hypotheses regarding the possible origin of the Mangistau orbs. One hypothesis is that they may be a natural formation resulting from natural processes of erosion and abrasion. However, there are doubts about the extent to which natural forces could have created such perfectly rounded shapes.

Another hypothesis suggests that the orbs were created by an ancient civilization or highly developed people who possessed unique technical skills. Arguments supporting this hypothesis include not only the perfect shape of the orbs, but also their unique location and location in the valley. Some believe that the orbs had religious or cultic significance and were used for rituals or ceremonies.

However, no direct evidence has yet been found to support any of these hypotheses. Research in the "Valley of the Orbs" has been limited and many questions remain unanswered. The lack of physical evidence and limited access to the site make it difficult to research and the ability to fully understand the Valley of the Balls.

In spite of this, the Valley of the Balls is attracting more and more attention from researchers, archaeologists and scientists. Numerous expeditions have been conducted to study these mysterious artifacts and try to unravel their origins. Methods of geological analysis, radiocarbon dating and comparative studies with other archaeological finds have been used.

One of the difficulties in exploring the Valley of Spheres is its remote location in the desert regions of Mangistau and difficult climatic conditions. There are also restrictions on access to the area, which makes it difficult to conduct meaningful research and archaeological excavations.

Despite all the difficulties, some research results have already been obtained. Certain stone samples have been analyzed and some are composed of granite, basalt or sandstone. This gives us an idea of the nature of the materials used to create the orbs.

Most questions remain unanswered, however, and the "Valley of the Balls" remains a mysterious place. Further research and analysis is needed to fully understand these archaeological findings. Scientists continue to work on this mystery, hoping to find new evidence and indicators that will help solve the mystery of the "Valley of the Balls" and shed light on the ancient history of this amazing area in Mangistau.



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