Although marine life is absent from Tuzbair today, representatives of flora and fauna typical of the desert region can be found. Endemic types of plants grow there: anabasis salsa, Salsola Richteri Karel, Astragalus ustiurtensis, as well as rare plants: black saxaul, Zygophyllum turcomanicum. Among the animals, the steppe eagle, golden eagle, falcon, black-bellied sandgrouse, Pallas's cat, owl, saiga, goitered gazelle, and black Brandt's hedgehog live there.
The Sor Tuzbair is located 250 kilometers from Aktau. Most of the route goes along the highway. If you don't plan to go down to the Sor, but you just want to enjoy the scenic views of Tuzbair from above, you can choose any crossover as a vehicle. At the 243rd kilometer, you need to get off the Aktau-Beineu highway and reach the western ridge of Ustirt on the far side of the cliff on a leveled dirt road. If you stand on the rocks and gaze into the distance, a mesmerizing symphony of three colors harmoniously unfolds before your eyes, a masterpiece crafted by nature itself. The white clouds gracefully mingle with the expanse of the white salt marsh, while the blue sky and hazel-colored soil complete this enchanting palette. Cracks, rocks, and ravines surround you, forming a rugged tapestry. Here, life itself seems suspended, save for the ethereal dance of clouds upon the lake's surface and the caress of the dry wind. The true artist of this place is the wind, a sculptor who weaves intricate patterns upon the pristine white rocks, creating a spectacle beyond compare.