Enjoy Visa Free Travel to Kazakhstan
The South Korean citizens do not require a visa to enter Kazakhstan, for a visit for up to 30 days.
This welcome change makes life much simpler for both business and leisure travellers. It opens up this beautiful country to you whether you wish to take a holiday entirely devoted to Kazakhstan, or are looking for an interesting and enjoyable experience en-route to your final destination.
If you want to visit Kazakhstan en-route to your end destination, you can book your entire itinerary using our new search tool. We’ll find the best itinerary for you easily and quickly. On top of that why not stop off in Almaty and Nur-Sultan using the Air Astana Stopover Program?
Using the versatile Stopover Holidays of Air Astana in the cities of Nur-Sultan and Almaty, there are many Air Astana itineraries which will appeal to travelers. Please see a selection of them below:
Stopovers via Almaty:
Seoul – Almaty – Moscow
Seoul – Almaty – Saint Petersburg
Seoul – Almaty – Kiev
Seoul – Almaty – Istanbul
Stopovers via Nur-Sultan:
Seoul – Nur-Sultan – Paris
Seoul – Nur-Sultan – Frankfurt
Seoul – Nur-Sultan – London
When visiting Kazakhstan or transiting via Nur-Sultan or Almaty, you will have the Air Astana network of wonderful destinations at your fingertips. Air Astana’s Stopover Prices start from a competitive US$75 for the first night and US$45 for additional nights (transfers, room and breakfast). For those who wish, there is a complimentary half day cycling tour in Almaty complete with an English speaking guide.
So next time you book your trip to Asia, or to a destination within the CIS, then please remember that no visas are required for a stopover in Kazakhstan, and Air Astana’s Stopover packages offer you a wide and flexible choice of ground arrangements.
Please pay attention that if your stopover in Almaty or Nur-Sultan is less than 24 hours and you want to leave the airport, you must not enter the transit zone but should proceed with the customs control immediately.