Making your way to the Russian Far East, sandwiched between the Sea of Okhotsk to the west and the Pacific Ocean to the east, you will find the 1,250-kilometer long Kamchatka Peninsula. Filled with lush greenery, volcanic terrain, geysers, flowing rivers, and vastly rich flora and fauna, the peninsula is nothing short of a picturesque sight to see. However, to truly experience the full scale of Kamchatka’s natural beauty, you will need to take a trip to the magnificent Kuril Lake – a caldera and crater lake in the territory of South Kamchatka Federal reserve.
“Lake Baikal Winter Photography is unique and impressive!
Lake Baikal is the deepest and the cleanest lake on Earth. When we were planning our trip, we had no idea how wonderful, majestic, and enchanting it would be. We were enraptured by its beauty, so much so that we almost didn’t sleep all 3 days we were there.” READ MORE
Are you a surfer who is looking for a unique experience, surfing a break in one of the most remote regions on earth. Well, welcome to Kamchatka, more than 6500 miles from Moscow where a new generation of surfers is growing. Kamchatka surfing, catching crystal clear waves with snowy volcano peaks in a background is completely different and life-changing experience.READ MORE
Indigenous Russia refers to early tribes from the Far North, Central and Southern Siberia and the Far East, who live in the same territories and keep the same way of life and traditions over centuries. 41 so-called tribes were recognized by Russian law in the year 2000 as a “Minor Indigenous People of Russia”. READ MORE
If you always wanted to experience an adventure of a lifetime, Kamchatka is the perfect destination, a land of myth and legend, of larger than life wilderness and one of the last authentic places on Earth. Surrender yourself to the Kamchatka seaside for an eye-opening journey under the shadow of volcanoes. READ MORE
“My name is Yanai Bonneh. I live in Ein HaBesor, a cooperative Israeli settlement in the Negev Desert. A few months ago I watched TV at home and saw a movie about Kamchatka on the NG channel. I was amazed from the first moment and promise myself that soon I’ll be there. The Incredible Kamchatka photo opportunities were something that I couldn’t stay away from. READ MORE
If you thought that shamanism is popular only among the African or South American tribes you were wrong. Buryats living on the western shore of Lake Baikal, are in majority shamanists, not only in theory but what’s most important in practice. Shamanism in Russia and Siberia has survived the time through their beliefs, shamans and rituals, moreover – they are currently going through resurrection on a great scale. Get to know what are their beliefs, rituals and where to meet them, when visiting Russia. READ MORE
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