Borovoye is a district in the northeast part of the Akmola region of Kazakhstan. It is home to Burabay National Nature Park, where in the protected area of the national park, economic and leisure activities are prohibited as the park is under regulation of nature reserves. The area has many lakes of all sizes including Lake Borovoe, Lake Schuche, Big and Small Chebachie Lake, and Lake Zerenda, (all a square kilometer or more) and hundreds of others scattered like pearls decorating the region. The densely wooded granite mountains create a local microclimate with higher rainfall, lower temperatures in summer and protection from wind.
The beautiful Akoma region, an ancient land of an ancient people, with rich soils, numerous rivers and lakes, vast pastures, rich metal deposits, generous gifts of the forests, abundance of game animals and fish has attracted people to the area fro centuries. lakes, rivers and streams make this region unique, often being compared to Yellowstone National Park in the United States.