10 Reasons to visit Kamchatka
There are many reasons to see the eighth wonder of the world – magnificent Valley of Geysers. You shall be able to feel a colossal energy of hot ground after visiting caldera of volcanoe Ouzone; to see 1000 volcanoes of Kamchatka, 30 of which are functioning as well as to see the highest active volcanoe of Eurasia – Klyuchevskaya Sopka (4750 meters) and to watch wild life – the brown bear of Kamchatka – the biggest in the world.
To see one of seven wonders of Russia – magnificent Valley of Geysers. To feel a colossal energy of hot ground after visiting caldera of volcanoe Ouzone.
To see 1000 volcanoes of Kamchatka, 30 of which are active, as well as to see the highest active volcanoe of Eurasia – Klyuchevskaya Sopka (4750 meters).
To watch wild life –the brown bear of Kamchatka – the biggest in the world.
To go on a sea voyage along Avachinsky bay water area – one of the most beautiful and biggest in the world.
To take part in exiting sport fishing according to catch and release principle. In the seas, lakes and rivers of Kamchatka reproduced are all sorts of Pacific salmon and many other types of fish. Hunting in Kamchatka will be something special for you!
To visit natural parks of Kamchatka, included in the World Heritage of UNESCO.
To be the first to meet the sunrise on the Pacific Ocean beach. And to walk barefoot on black sand, watching the waves. Breathing fresh air and listening to the roaring of the ocean and feeling yourself a part of the Universe.
To visit ethnical villages of Kamchatka’s aborigine; to get acquainted with their culture and the way of life, to visit deer pastures.
A long snowy Kamchatka’s winter and high mountains create excellent opportunities for mountain and plain skiing, snowboarding (heily and skate boarding) and riding in snowmobiles and dog sleds!
To raft along beautiful Kamchatka’s rivers; to see various landscapes of Kamchatka, amazing shores, evaluate the beauty of northern nature; to try tasty soup of fresh fish.