This trip is a good opportunity to get acquainted with the Far North. Located only a 2 hour flight from Moscow, the Kola Peninsula is a vast arctic region rich in natural treasures.
The beginning of autumn revives the colors of the tundra and the boreal forest, lights up the glares of the aurora borealis, puts mosquitoes to sleep and, all in all, makes this destination a photographer's paradise or any lover of the great outdoors and of pristine nature.
This route is created and will be guided by the founder of BaikalNature, Pavel Ageychenko. Grown up in the forests of Siberia, he will be happy to pass on his passion for Russia's nature to you.
During this trip beyond the Arctic Circle you will discover the city of Murmansk - gateway to the Russian Arctic - cross a good half of the Kola Peninsula, contemplate the incredible colors of the boreal tundra, navigate one of the most pretty lakes - the Lovozero, do light trekking, fishing, picnics around the fire, as well as a quad bike ride. The icing on the cake is the discovery of Lake Seïdozéro - a sacred place, revered by the locals.
Accommodation is in a guest house located on the shore of Lake Lovozéro where no road leads.
Every evening we will try the chance to photograph the aurora borealis, the phenomenon easily observable at the beginning of autumn.
This trip is recommended for families with children from 5 years old: a change of scenery and learning a lot of new is guaranteed!
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The price is calculated for a group of 4 people or more. If the number of participants is lower, the price is subject to change. Single supplement 5,000 rubles.
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