➤Transfer to the base camp
➤Rafting the Bystraya River
➤Visit Khalaktyrsky black sand beach
➤Return to your hotel
➤Evening at leisure
The Bystraya (Rapid) River is located in the central part of Kamchatka, it originates from Bakening volcano, stretches for 275 km to the west and meets the Sea of Okhotsk. This is the second longest river of the Kamchatka Peninsula.
Rafting the Bystraya River is an exciting adventure: mountain scenery changes to forest, one can see leaps of salmon through the water, floating ducks with ducklings along the shores. It’s common to see Steller's sea eagle in the sky and bears in shore. Fans of fishing can try their hand at salmon, char and grayling fishing.
Khalaktyrsky beach is the Pacific coast with a coastal strip about 30 km long. Black volcanic sand, huge waves, sea breeze, rocks and thickets of creeping pines will make this day unforgettable. Enjoy a glass of bubbles by the shore and feel the powerfulness of the Pacific Ocean.