Everything you need to know about a Siberian tiger safari
Striking orange and black stripes on white, the Siberian tiger is most easily seen during winter in far east Russia; when the ground is covered in thick snow, the trees delicately balancing bright powder on thin branches.
Exploring here is intrepid, wild and very remote, and seeing a Siberian tiger is far from guaranteed. During winter their tracks run deep in the snow, allowing us to follow their footsteps and explore the land they call home. Enjoy hiking and snowshoeing, staying in basic accommodation which outs you in the heart of Siberia, in the right place at the right time to see these magnificent mammals.
Our aim here is to set and collect camera traps, hopefully capturing footage of the cats, aiding their conservation and exploring their wild terrain.