What it's like to travel to Kamchatka in winter? Snow-white snowdrifts and comfortable zero ..-2 degrees (Celsius), blizzards are followed by the bright sun; places not accessible in summer (unless you hire a heli!) becomes available by snowmobiles, and let's not forget great skiing too. Take a snow ride to the foot of volcanoes and to the shores of the Pacific Ocean, see animals that do not hibernate, and take a bath in hot springs after a busy day.
Fly heli to see active volcanoes
Dog-sled to the shore of Pacific Ocean
Snowmobile to the most exciting view points
Discover indigenous cultures
Bath in hot springs at volcanoes and national parks
Try ice-fishing - success guaranteed!
Stay at secluded premium resort with thermal hot pool
7 nights Paratunka valley. There is a bathroom with shower, TV, safe, hairdryer, personal hygiene products, tea and coffee sets in the rooms. The hotel offers 24-hour reception, free Wi-Fi, a big swimming pool with thermal water.
Full breakfast daily (except Day 1)
Traditional Itelmen dinner on Day 1
Hot picnic lunch: day 2, day 4, day 6
Hot tea & snacks: day 5
A visit to aboriginal village and tour
Jeep & snowmobile tour to the frozen Vilyuchinsky waterfall
Snowmobile safari to Vachkazhes volcano
Helicopter tour to Mutnovsky and Gorely volcanoes
Half day dog-sledding to Khalaktyrsky Black Sand Beach
Local fish market
Meet & greet service at the airport
Private return airport transfers
Ground transportations as per program
We value your comfort
Private English-speaking tour guide throughout the itinerary
We had booked a one week trip to Kamchatka in September. The trip schedule and accommodation were pre-discussed in accordance with our preferences. All was perfectly arranged and we received daily briefings comprising all relevant information. The team was always available and took great care of us. The local guide was extremely friendly and spoke very good English. Excellent team and definitely a recommendation for anyone planning a trip to Kamchatka.