KamchatkaStarting from EUR 4600
Russia has a fascinating blend of history and rich culture dating back a few centuries. Its indeed a very unique destination totally different from what you’ll ever visit elsewhere. Between Moscow and Saint Petersburg, two of the most prominent cities in the country, be sure to be awestruck as you soak in the view of onion shaped domes of the castles and sample vodkas in dedicated museums. But, in nation so large, there is so much more than just these two cities.
Being the largest country in the world, Russia stretches across a mind-boggling 11 time zones and is swamped by a plethora of natural wonders ranging from the High Arctic in the north to the Bear heavens of Kamchatka in the far east. The Franz Josef Land, declared as a marine sanctuary is rich in wildlife. Russia is also home to the largest breeding ground of Polar Bears, the Wrangel Islands, known to have the highest density of dens in the world. The coasts around these islands and archipelagos boasts an astounding variety of marine wildlife including Whales, Seals and Walruses. The Northern Port of Murmansk had seen several battles during the World Wars. Lying north of the Arctic Circle, today, Murmansk is the gateway for travellers heading to the North Pole. The 12 day voyage takes you across the Arctic Ocean to the Northern most point in the planet.
The territory of Siberia accounts for over 70% of the nation. Lake Baikal, the largest freshwater lake in the Southern fringes of Siberia accounts for about 22% of the world’s fresh water. During the winters, the lake is entirely frozen forming a natural spectacle that tops the list of any traveler and photographer. Siberia and the Primyore Region holds within it some elusive species of Big Cats – the critically endangered and rare Siberian Tiger and Amur Leopard. Spend time is specially designed cabins to have a chance to catch a glimpse of these elusive felines.
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