➤Transfer to heliport
➤Heli trip to Karymsky and Malyl Semyachik
➤Heli trip to the Valley of Geysers
➤ Nalychevo national park and hot springs bathing
➤Return to heliport and transfer to the lodge
Helicopter tour over volcanoes Karymsky and Malyl Semyachik (flying time 1h 10 minutes). Volcano Karymsky, 1487 m above sea level, is one of the most active giants of the peninsula: eruptive activity of a volcano has been lasting for 20 years by now! Volcano Maly Semyachik is even higher, 1520 m, extraordinary beautiful thanks to the acid lake in the crater. Arrival to Lake Kronotsky, the heart of Kronotsky Biosphere Reserve and a place to take iconic photos.
Arrival to Kronotsky Reserve, and to the most amazing place of Kamchatka, Lake Kronotsky. Here the lake's smooth surface perfectly reflect one of the most beautiful volcanoes of the peninsula – Kronotsky Volcano. Lake Kronotsky is the biggest fresh-water reservoir of Kamchatka. We will walk, take a boat tour and have a picnic brunch.
We fly further to to the Valley of Geysers (flying time 1,5 hours) with our experienced piliot. The Valley of Geysers is the iconic landmark of Kronotsky Biosphere Reserve and entire Kamchatka with the unique ecosystem. You will be stunned by eruption of geysers, activities of thermal fields and mud coppers.
After lunch we take a trip to a volcano's caldera Uzon. The caldera represents a volcanic bowl which was formed as a result of an eruptopn at the top, when walls of the volcano were destructed about 40 thousand years ago. And now hundreds of columns of steam escape here from yellow fumarol fields alternating with green groves and the brownish tundra. Guided tour for about 1 hours, walk to acid and radonic lakes, and mud small "volcanoes".
Fly to Nalychevo Nature Park to explore the are and to take a unique opportunity to swim in hot thermal springs, the temperature of 40-45 °. The district of the Nalychevsky basin is an intermountain area. On all sides, the basin is framed by the peaks of active and extinct volcanoes. Nalychevsky springs are the largest carbon dioxide sources in Kamchatka.
There are several groups of thermal sites in the valley, and all of them are located in the basin of Pravaya Nalycheva River. Here you will find amazing landscapes and diverse flora. River terraces are covered with high-equal meadows and thickets of dry tundra, and the foot of the hills surrounding the basin is covered with thickets of stone birch.