For all those interested in frontier travel, Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula is a must-see destination. Despite covering more surface area than Great Britain, there are less than 200 miles of paved roads here, making any travel across its rugged tundra an adventure in itself. This safari takes you to three separate locations that allow you to immerse yourself in primal wilderness, and which offer fantastic photographic opportunities. Precipitous mountains, active volcanoes, hardened lava fields, magical ice caves and skeletal forests all await you on this remarkable expedition.
What makes this trip extraordinary
- Traverse hundreds of miles of rugged terrain here in Russia’s wild and untamed Far East.
- Embark on intrepid excursions into three different areas of Kamchatka’s wilderness, hiking mountains and exploring volcanic terrain.
- Receive expert photographic advice from Russian landscape photographers Anton Agarkov.
- Experience the natural wonders produced by Kamchatka’s hotbed of thermal activity, from craters and fumaroles to geysers and ice caves.
Discover the raw beauty of Kamchatka that reveals itself only to those with the drive and ambition to seek it out.