Dive deep into one of the northernmost regions of Siberia: Yakutia. You will gain an insight into this remote region as you sail down the greatest river in Russia: the Lena River.
As you travel aboard the Mikhail Svetlov cruise ship, the regions will unveil its hidden treasures.
Your tour will first take you to Yakutsk, the region’s capital. Then as the ship sails away you will get to see one of the most stunning phenomenons on the Lena River: the Lena Pillars. In the course of the cruise and the stops the River’s banks will constantly dazzle you. You will also get acquainted with Yakutia’s history and culture.
Aboard the ship you will cross the mythical Arctic Circle. You will keep sailing down the Lena River (and further north) all the way to its delta, where you will visit the village of Tiksi located on the shores of the Laptev Sea (a part of the Arctic Ocean).
The cruise is held on board of the ship "Mikhail Svetlov" (or "Demyan Bedniy" - the sister ship.Technical description: year built - 1986 (1985), length - 90,3 m, width - 15 m, maximum speed - 21 km/h, cabins - 66, accommodation - 210 berths expedition.Welcome on board!
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The price is for one person and includes accommodation in a twin cabin. The price is fixed in euros. For visiting Tiksi all foreigners should get a special permission. This document is free of charge, but it should be prepared 90 days before the date of departure. Everyday lectures about Yakutia, the Russian language classes and movie demonstration are offered. Thematic entertaining program in the musical saloon will be available in the evening.
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