If the thought of scaling an active volcano, coming within metres of wild brown bears
and swooping over pristine valleys and mountain ranges is your idea of adventure, then ditch the tourist roadmap and lose yourself in the isolated splendour of Kamchatka.
Here prehistoric volcanoes rumble and steam, and wildlife thrive in dense forests and lush valleys. When you visit Kamchatka, you set foot in one of the few places on Earth not connected to the outside world by a single road. Welcome to a wilderness where adventures begin and roadmaps end.
Welcome to Kamchatka. Located at the northernmost edge of the “Pacific Ring of Fire,” Kamchatka is home to over 30 active volcanoes
, including Klyuchevskaya Sopka, the largest in the Northern Hemisphere, and what many consider one of the world’s most picturesque, Mount Kronotsky.