Starting in the port town of Anadyr, located just below the Arctic Circle, journey south along the wild eastern coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula. With numerous shore landings and zodiac excursions en route, you will witness incredible rugged landscapes and distinctive wildlife, including sea otters, walrus, Kamchatkan brown bears and a wide variety of bird species. From beautiful fjords such as the Tintikun Lagoon to the bird colonies of the Commander Islands, this remote and untamed region is a fascinating destination for photographers, historians and adventurers alike.
What makes this trip extraordinary
- Travel to one of wildest and most remote areas of the world.
- Witness Kamchatkan brown bears fishing along the river banks and dozing in the summer sunshine.
- Experience colonies of seabirds numbering in the thousands.
- Photograph the beautiful, rugged scenery of the Russian Far East.
Once so off-limits that even Russians needed special permission to visit, the eastern seaboard of Kamchatka offers a unique experience for the more intrepid traveller.