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Kamchatka region – Tourism in Russia

Kamchatka region is fiery and alive, almost all tourist routes go through either thermal or mineral springs, or through the crater of one of the active volcanoes. Few places on the planet where you can see so many volcanoes simultaneously.

Peninsula Kamchatka “is divided” between Kamchatka region occupying its southern part (170, 8 thousand sq. km) and Koryak Autonomous district. stretching along the Northern part of the Peninsula (472, 3 thousand square km). Due to the relatively harsh Northern climate (winter on the Peninsula is different in different parts of the world: snowy and mild on the coast, frosty in the Central and inland portion, rough and windy in the North; in summer the temperature reaches 10-18 s) in the Peninsula is home to a small number of the population in the area – 349, 8 thousand people, area – 28, 5 thousand.

The Kamchatka Peninsula has tremendous resources to conduct various ecological trips, various tours, during which tourists can not only actively relax, but also to learn many interesting things about volcanoes: how they work, why erupt, about life in a natural environment of rare animals – fur seals, sea lions, the island of seals, sea otters, colonies of seabirds. In this regard, the local tourism professionals have prepared for guests of the region themed Continue reading

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