Irtysh River
Rivers of Kazakhstan have always played an important role in the life and history of Kazakhs. In fact, almost all main cities were founded on the banks of major rivers. Nowadays the rivers, especially in mountains, are attracting tourists for active holidays and recreation.
Largest rivers in the country are Irtysh, Yesil, Tobol, Ural, Syr Darya, Ili, Chu. The length of each of them is more than 1 000 km. Ural carries its waters to the basin of the Caspian Sea, Syrdarya flows into the Aral Sea, and Irtysh, Tobol and Yesil are waterways that feed the Arctic Ocean.

Ajaguz River
Akan-Burluk River
Aksu River
Arys River
Asa River
Aschiagar River
Ayat River
Badam River
Bolshoy Uzen River
Boralday River
Bugun River
Bukhtarma River
Byan River
Charyn River
Chu River
Emba River
Ilek River
Ili River
Ishim River
Kapal River
Karatal River
Koksu River
Lepsy River
Nura River
O River
Syr Darya
Talas River
Tobol River
Tuolba River
Turgai River
Uba River
Ubagan River
Uil River
Ulba River
Ural River
Iman-Burluk River
Irgiz River
Irtysh River
Katun River
Kigach River
Keles River
Koluton River
Kurchum River
Lukina River
Narym River
Noor River
Sarisu River
Sytasty River
Tersakkan River