We are the full-service Tour Operator located in Vladivostok, Far East of Russia. We provide the travel services all over the Far East of Russia – in Vladivostok and Primorsky Region, Khabarovsk, Sakhalin, Kamchatka, Yakutia, Chukotka and Irkutsk and Lake Baikal as well. Our company was established in 1997. We believe that such a long experience is our guarantee of professional knowledge and high-quality service, which provide us with a lot of long-term partners and stable flow of tourists.
Vladivostok is the administrative, cultural, scientific, and economic center of Primorsky Krai (or "Maritime Province", which is one of the subjects of the Russian Federation) as well as the largest research and educational center of the Russian Far East region: Far Eastern Federal University and the Far Eastern branch of the Russian Academy of Science are located in the city.
At first look, Vladivostok is something like "Russia's San Francisco"...
Ussuriysk is a city with population of about 200,000 located within 112 km from Vladivostok. First information about a settlement on this territory refers to the 12 century, the time of Bohai kingdom. In 1866, Ussuriysk appeared on the map of Russian Empire as Nikolskoe village, which was assigned city status in 1898. After the Russo-Japanese War in 1904-1905 "Nikolsk" became one of the most important commercial and economic centers of the Russian Far East. In 1957, the Nikolsk city was renamed and its name was changed to the "Ussuriysk" because of closeness to Ussuri river...
Nakhodka is a seaport city with a population of about 150,000 people; it is the second largest city of Primorsky region. The city's economy is mostly based on the port and port-related activity such as fish processing and canning, because Nakhodka is still one of the largest fishing and trading ports of Far Eastern Russia. In addition, the Nakhodka territory has a Free Port status, which offers special customs, tax, investment, and administration regimes. Nakhodka Bay was discovered by the Russian corvette "America" in 1859. Once on a stormy day of 1859,..
The most pleasant surprise during the travel on Far Eastern Russia – Khabarovsk – lies at the confluence of two rivers – the Amur and Ussuri Rivers, about 800 kilometers north of Vladivostok, and boasts a dreamy riverside setting, vibrant nightlife and broad boulevards lined with pretty imperial-era buildings. Unlike so many places, the city has developed its riverside in the public interest: the riverside has a great strolling area with parks, monuments and walkways. Overlooking the confluence of the Amur and Ussuri Rivers, Khabarovsk is the second largest city in the Russian Far East,..
There is a unique place, where you can find amazing nature, different types of animals such as wild bears, whales, seals and so on. This fantastic place is Shantar islands. Shantar islands are a group of 15 islands, which situated at the southwestern zone of the Sea of Okhotsk. The climate of Shantar islands is very harsh with short summer. Tidal waves are about 5-8 meters.
There are a lot of rocks and waterfalls there...
Sakhalin is a unique territory and the only Russian region located on islands (including Sakhalin Island, the Kuril Islands, and about 56 nearby islands). Sakhalin is situated between the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan, along the eastern coastline of Russian Federation and to the north of the Japanese Hokkaido Island. It is famous for its fauna and flora, mineral sources and healing mud, volcanoes and waterfalls, archaeological monuments and nature reserves. Currently, of course, it is more known for its oil exploration, and most foreign oil companies are presented on the island. The capital of Sakhalin territory is Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, a city with a population of about 180,000 people. Most of the population live in the southern part of the island, including Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and two ports – Kholmsk and Korsakov (population 50,000 each). There is also a large Korean expat community,...
The Kuril Islands are one of the most out-of-the-way places in Russia. They are lost in te Pacific Ocean of Russian Far East. It's not easy to get there – along flight to Sakhalin, then domestic flight or long sailing by boat to the islands.
Those travelers, who don't save their expenses and time can enjoy incredible fantastic landscapes of the archipelago – volcanoes and thermal springs, majestic cliffs and harsh waves of the Sea of Okhotsk, low trees and tall grass..
The Kamchatka Peninsula is known as the "land of fire and ice", is a 1,250-kilometre-long peninsula in the Russian Far East, with an area of about 270,000 sq km. It lies between the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Sea of Okhotsk to the west. There are many rivers and lakes, and the eastern shore of the peninsula is deeply indented by gulfs and bays. The central valley of the Kamchatka Peninsula, drained by the Kamchatka River, is enclosed by two parallel volcanic ranges consist of about 160 volcanoes, 19 of them are still active and included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The highest point and active volcano of the Kamchatka is Klyuchevskaya Sopka (4,755 m). The climate is cold and humid with moderately cool summers and winters that tend to be rather stormy though rarely producing lightning. Although Kamchatka is the most volcanic territory in the world,..
Yakutia is one of the rare places on the Earth where the purity of nature and incredibly amazing variety of flora and fauna are left untouched. Yakutia (another name is Sakha Republic) is one of the Russian regions situated in the northern-east Siberia with the center in Yakutsk city. It is the largest republic of the Russian Federation, covering about 20% of its area (3,103,200 km²). The territory of Yakutia is larger than the territories of France, Austria, Germany, Italy, Sweden, UK, Finland, and Greece put together.
Yakutia borders the Arctic Ocean, washed by the Laptev and the Eastern Siberian Seas. These waters, the coldest and iciest of all seas in the northern hemisphere, are covered by ice for 9-10 months of a year.
Chukotka is the Easternmost region in Russia, it is geographically located in the Far East of the country. Chukotka is the 2nd-least-populated federal subject and the least densely populated.
Anadyr is the largest town and the capital of Chukotka, and the easternmost settlement to have town status in Russia. Chukotka is home to Lake Elgygytgyn, an impact crater lake and Anyuyskiy, an extinct volcano. The village of Uelen is the easternmost settlement in Russia and the closest substantial settlement to the United States (Alaska).
IRKUTSK and BAIKAL LAKE
The land of Siberia is known for its natural resources, diverse ecologies, mystery and silence. Near the center of its southern part, at the Angara River, lies the city of Irkutsk that is a center of culture and education, important for economic development. Irkutsk is a linking hub, which connects Russia's great cities in the west with not only its strategically important Far East, but also connecting with the great economic markets of Asia.
The Irkut River, from which the town takes its name, is a small river that joins the Angara directly opposite the town. The main portion of the city is separated from several important landmarks—the monastery, the fort, and the port, as well as its suburbs by the Ida, (or Ushakovka) River. Being a Siberian city, Irkutsk has a subarctic climate, characterized by high variation of temperatures between seasons. Temperatures can be very warm in the summer, and brutally cold in the winter. . .
Moscow is the biggest city of Russia and its capital. The city is situated on the Moskva River and was found more than 800 years ago. Nowadays, Moscow is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It houses many attractive parks and squares, great architectural wonders and countless places of interest.
Special attention is always put to the city center, as there are the most famous sights. Among them, the outstanding Kremlin and the Red Square, the Bolshoi and the Maly Theaters, Saint Basil's Cathedral, the Historical Museum, the Armoury Chamber and many others.
One of the world's most beautiful cities, St. Petersburg has all the ingredients for an unforgettable travel experience: high art, lavish architecture, wild nightlife, an extraordinary history and rich cultural traditions that have inspired and nurtured some of the modern world's greatest literature, music, and visual art.
From the mysterious twilight of the White Nights to world-beating opera and ballet productions on magical winter evenings, St. Petersburg charms and entices in every season.We are here to help you navigate every aspect of this fascinating city, with all the information and travel resources necessary to plan your trip to St. Petersburg.
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