Kamchatka time


We invite you to the winter tours and tours of the Kamchatka

Winter Tours

From December through May you are invited to winter trips and excursions. Make yourselves and your dear ones happy for a while!
Have brighter days with us! Open yourselves for some new impressions! More details on our Winter Tours page



Kamchatka is pristine land and blessed nature.

This is the land created for tourism.

Clean water, living earth and boundless oceans of snow.

Kamchatka is a real wonder!

Volcanoes, forests, rivers and lakes, waterfalls and hot springs, fishing and bears are main components of our remote land.

Hot rivers flowing into warm lakes. Is there any other place to see such things?

Kamchatka is a unique corner of the Earth. It's nature has been conserved actually in its original wild condition. On this peninsula only one can see primeval sceneries and nature untouched by civilization. This is the land of ice and fire. Kamchatka is amazing land, first of all, because of volcanoes, which stand as huge cones releasing puffs of smoke and steam out of their craters. A great number of smoking fumaroles and fields of volcanic rock make these spots resembling the surface of another planet. In the past, first Soviet rovers – Lunokhod-1 and Marsokhod-1 - were tested here. But Kamchatka does not only have a single feature; it is different. Here are tundra, taiga and birch groves, permanent snow neighbors with hot springs; rivers are full with fish, and on the riversides one can face the main fisher – Kamchatkan bear. In a tour to Kamchatka you will see it by yourself.

There are from 140 to 300 volcanoes (depending on the size of volcanic constructions which are taken to account) on our peninsula. According to various sources from 28 to 32 volcanoes are considered active.

There are 3 nature reserves (Kronotsky, Commander Islands, Koriaksky), 5 nature parks, 24 preserves, 2 resort zones, 105 natural monuments on Kamchatka's territory. Total area of protected areas is about 28%.

The flora is rich of birch and coniferous forests on the peninsula. There is tundra in the north. Kamchatka’s rivers are rich with fish mainly of all kinds of salmon.

But Kamchatka is not only famous with its crabs, salmon and volcanoes. However, brown bear is considered the principal attraction of the wildlife. Kamchatkan brown bear is one of the world’s largest subspecies. Males can weigh up to 700 kg and their body length can be about three meters. According to the latest counting, more than 18,000 of these predators habit here.

Kamchatka is known for Russia's unique natural corner – the Valley of Geysers. Not so many places on the Earth can boast such a natural miracle and one of them is located right here in Kronotsky reserve. Nature has collected a unique set of geysers on relatively small area of the Valley. Puffs of steam, fountains of boiling water, incredible colours of slopes with hot water flowing down, all of these together with lush green of grasses and trees create a breathtaking sight. The Valley is located in about 160 km to the north from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. There are more than 200 thermal hot springs including 90 geysers which erupt jets of boiling water and steam to a height of dozens of meters on the area of about 4,000 sq km. Soil temperature can reach 70° Celsius in the depth of 1 meter beside geysers.

Extraordinary diversion and instability of weather is typical for climate of Kamchatka. Weather is influenced by geographical location, surrounding seas and the Pacific Ocean, the circulation in the atmosphere and landscape. Sea coasts of the peninsula have some features of maritime climate. Climate in central and northern regions is more continental. In eastern regions during one and the same day the summer heat might give way to cold drizzling rain reminding about deep autumn or fog with keen wind and all of a sudden the warmth might return again. While there is snow everywhere in Parapolsky Dol in late June, Karaginsky Sound is full of fragments of ice, and it is flood time for rivers, bird cherry trees and meadows are blooming in Central Kamchatka lowland, most of the plants finish blossoming in the vicinity of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, the beach in Avacha Bay and Bolshaya and Malaya Lagernaya Bays are visited by bathers and holidaymakers, though a half of Avacha volcano is still covered with a snow cap.

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