Siberia and Pacific > Kamchatka


Completely out of bounds for foreign visitors during the 20th century, the Kamchatka Peninsula is one of the most exotic and spectacular regions of Russia. A 1192 km long pristine wilderness on Russia's far eastern flank, it contains well over a hundred volcanoes, 33 still smoldering. Over the centuries volcanic activity has created a landscape literally out of this world.



Kronotsky Reserve And The Valley Of Geysers

Kamchatka will stay an unforgettable experience after travelling to Kronotsky Nature Reserve. There are many spectacular things to see even for experienced travellers.

Kamchatka Volcanos and Evens

The program will be intersting for those who would like to explore an incredible Kamchatka Volcanoes and also are keen on the local people of the area - the Evens.
You will be involved into different sorts of activities - volcano ascents, helicopter flying, horse riding, rafting and even folk music listening. This is a vacation you will never forget.

Rafting And Fishing In Opala River

The program is based on rafting down the Opala river which flows into the Okhotsk Sea in the southern part of Kamchatka Peninsula. Its total length is 161 km. The flow speed is 0.2-2 m/c. The river flows through completely wild and very picturesque area.

Kamchatka Volcanoes

Kamchatka is one of the most remote places in Russia, a large peninsula bounded by the Pacific and its seas. It is known to be one of the places in the country that is almost left untouched.

”Nalychevo” nature park and volcanoes


“Nalychevo” nature park is added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. It includes the picturesque Nalychevskaya River Valley surrounded by active and inactive volcanoes

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