The peninsula was closed to foreigners during the Soviet Union. Now, Kamchatka is opened to all who want to see the black ocean beaches, volcanoes enveloped in smoke, the hot water geysers, bears and snowy mountains paths. Kamchatka’s area is of 473,300 square kilometers. The taiga and tundra wilderness is of endless natural beauty and extremely clean and includes some islands. The Okhotsk Sea coasts are washed by the Bering Sea and the Pacific Ocean. 28 of the 29 active volcanoes are located in the east and west of the peninsula. The volcanic region of the peninsula was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1966. Kamchatka boasts hot springs scattered almost everywhere, the valley of geysers where are over 20 big geysers, a rich flora and fauna, bears, wolves, polar foxes, eagles and many species of fish that inhabit the rivers.
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This trip is suitable for lovers of beautiful landscapes and cultural values and anyone would be happy to spend little more money on luxury accommodation and excellent food.
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