Barefooted luxury and the exotic remote Russian Far East are finally blended into a one-of-a-kind experience: The luxury Kamchatka Tour. During a week you will see volcanoes, geysers, famous Russian bears, unique landscapes and encouner indigenous cultures. Accommodation in a premium country resort with excellent service, thermal hot springs and delicious fresh seafood. Relax and adventure, while we take care of every details of your trip!
Aurora BorealisTour Type:
group or private
Season: October - FebruaryCities:
Duration: 5 daysGrade: ModerateConsider some walking (about 2 hours per day).Rate: from $987 USD per person
Amongst many wonders in nature there is one that truly stands apart: The Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights. The colours, the sheer scale, the mightiness, the severe yet fragile beauty of this sheer spectacle of the North only from where it can be observed. Nothing compares to it on Earth.
The Kola Peninsula is the best place in Russia that gives you high chances to watch the Northern Lights in action. We customize tours on request.
Cultural treasures and wonders of nature are blended smoothly into one awe-inspiring tour to Russia. During the first week of the journey, you will enjoy the world-famous highlights of both capitals: explore ancient Moscow and discover the most magnificent St. Petersburg's sights. After the visiting cultural attractions, you will dive into the world of magical North nature and get unique opportunity to watch mesmerising Northern Lights. Book your spot now and get ready for the exclusive holiday in Russia!
Can you walk on the water? Yes, you can as winter is a fairy tale time for Siberia. For just a few weeks, Lake Baikal becomes the largest ice-skating rink in the world. Feel the power of nature, get stunned by the unrivalled beauty of the world's largest and deepest freshwater lake and its turquoise absolutely see-through ice. Experience real Russian winter, explore indigenous cultures and enjoy true Siberian hospitality.
Chukotka is home to beautiful tundra scenery and the indigenous Chukchi people and also the only region of Russia located in the Western Hemisphere. But the main thing is that it is one of the best places on Earth for guaranteed polar bear viewing. Guest starring: walruses, grey whales, brown bears, white whale, seals. Take a tour to Chukotka and enjoy daily photo sets and amazing views. Book your spot now!
Whooper swans wintering in Altai
Altai’s national reserve “Lebediniy” is the best place in Russia for photographing the wintering of the swans. Here, these beautiful birds gather from the very north of Western Siberia. There are plenty of unfrozen lakes and rivers—all due to the abundance of hot springs. Lake “Lebedinoe”, “Swan Lake”, remains unfrozen through the entire winter and this is the place where we will be heading for our expedition.
Wrangel Island: across the top of the worldTour Type:
Season: All year roundCities:
Wrangel and Herald Islands
Duration: 15 daysGrade: ChallengingMind the daily trekking distances and carry-on bags. Previous trekking/hiking/camping experience is highly desirable. In case of medical emergency, evacuation options are limited by helicopters only.Rate: from $11,658 USD per person
This unique expedition is a journey only made possible in recent years by the thawing in the politics of the region and the retreat of summer pack ice in the Chukchi Sea. Get ready for the most unrepeatable experience!
Remote doesn't begin to describe it. A trip on the most full-flowing Siberian river in Russia is so tempting!
From snowy Sayan ridges across mountains and plains, forests and steppes, from the southern latitudes to the glacial Arctic Ocean runs Yenisei - the greatest river of Russia. Yenisei runs its waters across the whole Siberia: it seems that it has measured its vast wideness and divided this huge country by its deep bed into two equal parts and has given them to its sisters. Ob gets the Western Siberia and Lena - the Eastern Siberia.
The Commander Islands are the westernmost extension of the Aleutian Islands, most of which form part of the US state of Alaska, though they are separated from the closest US island, Attu Island, and the rest of the chain by a distance of 333 kilometres (207 mi). This route will take us to the Nature Reserve of Commander Islands—islands Bering and Medny. We will use a sailing yacht to reach these unique destinations, which are remote, even by Russian standards!
“It is better to see something once than hear about it a thousand times” goes an old Uzbek proverb, and there’s never been a better time to see Uzbekistan. Nestled within the landlocked countries of Central Asia and overflowing with a cultural narrative that dates back to the 8th century BC, Uzbekistan stands out as a land of exceptional beauty, crisscrossed by mountain ranges and scattered with cities, towns and oases of layered historical significance. One of the most important locations on the 2000-year-old Silk Road that stretched from China in the east to Russia in the west, Uzbekistan is a marvel, home to rugged deserts and great wide rivers, exotic ancient towns and timeless buildings of exquisite beauty.
The classical 8-day tour itinerary features ancient cities and medieval mosques, madrasahs and minarets, artisans’ workshop and bustling bazaars surrounded by quiet narrow ancient streets, the burning Asian sun and cool nights. Delicious Uzbek cuisine and astonishing contrasts between deserts and oases will take you deep into oriental culture. Uzbekistan's greatest cities with comfortable hotels and a convenient infrastructure serve a good base to explore the country's rich and diverse cultural and historical heritage.
The classical 6-day tour itinerary features Tashkent, Bukhara and Khiva, the most ancient Uzbek cities. This tour features medieval mosques, madrasahs and minarets, artisans’ workshop and bustling bazaars surrounded by quiet narrow ancient streets, the burning Asian sun and cool nights. Delicious Uzbek cuisine and astonishing contrasts between deserts and oases will take you deep into oriental culture.