We do not specialize in long historical tours, but on the Silk Road we can organize visits to historical places of South Kazakhstan either as special trips or on the way from one place to another. So:
These Muslim shrines are located 200-250 km from us and their examination may well take one day. Stopping near each of the objects for 1-2 hours, you can leave early (at 7 o’clock) to return to the guest house at 21-22 hours. This excursion can be combined with departure to Almaty from Chimkent. You can spend the night in Turkistan and continue the journey to the north of Kazakhstan (for example, to the Aral Sea, which is of interest to many).
These two mountains are located along the road to (or from) Taraz (10 km from Taraz). And of course, you can plan to visit them, moving along the highway Tashkent – Almaty. Visiting them can take up to an hour.
This map is located in the center of Taraz. And if you do not plan to stop in Taraz, then it can take up to an hour and a half to check it in and out of the city. In the square, where the Karakhan mausoleum is located, one more small mausoleum of Daulet Khan is built.
This is a modern mausoleum, built in the late 20th century in the Baidybek district. You can get here by the tea road to Turkestan (although it is much worse than the Chimkent one), or combined with an excursion to Borolday.