Would you like to feel the real cold – total, wide-reaching and full-scale? Then this tour is for you! This time BaikalNature propose to you to visit Oymyakon village – the pole of Cold. In this region there are the lowest temperatures near the earth surface all over the world. The average monthly temperatures of the January are -50°C, during the coldest winters they reach - 67°C. The lowest registered temperature was – 71,2°C. And it’s not the Arctic and people live there all the year round.
After the two-days way by the Kolyma road, we will find ourselves in the middle of the winter wonderland, where the pure and severe beauty of the nature is side by side the kindliness and hospitality of the local people.
We will know about the history of the region and the peculiarities of the Yakut nature that are understandable only for those who arrive to see them personally.
This tour is held in a format of expedition. Description of the itinerary presents only a common plan of the expedition. In case of any force majeure (such as bad weather conditions or any other unexpected and unpredictable events), the organizers reserve the right to make changes to the program.
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The price given is for a group of 4 people. If there are less than 4 persons, the price of the tour will be recalculated. Maximum group size - 8 people. Take attention that in Yakutia the temperatures can be really low. Please, follow our check-list before the departure. All the not-included meals will be negotiated with the group members once on spot (additional charge). It's possible to book the plane tickets with us (additional expences). The itinerary of the tour can be changed according to the road or weather conditions as well as unforeseen events.
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