Russia is often associated with a country covered in snow from east to west, from south to north.
Why not experience a diverse range of cold weather activities by yourself?
- the heart of Siberia;
- the deepest lake in the world;
- covers 7.8 mln acres.
The transparent ice imparts a different beauty to the scenery and ice-skating, ice-fishing and dog-sledding are possible. In March winter activities are still available and are complemented by some sunshine.
Siberia and Far East
- the pine forests of Eastern Russia are home to the biggest of all the big cats, the Siberian (or Amur) Tiger;
- these areas also facilitate responsible wildlife tourism and welcome visitors seeking a glimpse of the elusive creatures.
- the most unique peninsula in Russia;
- geysers well out of the ground near the volcanoes, visitors are welcome to experience hot bath in these geysers;
- rare expeditions as driving with the help of dogs’ teams around the volcanos.
- southern part of Siberia, forest reserve;
- climb the highest Siberian summit – The Belukha Mountain;
- visit ancient burial mound;
- go kayaking.
- mountain range that divides European and Asian Russia, Russian «precious stones belt»;
- find treasure at the bottom of the Azov Mountain;
- climb the «Bear Stone»;
- find the Mistress of the Copper Mountain (the Malachite Lady).
- region of northern lights, winter cruises on the ice breakers, deer- and dog-sledging;
- meet Arctic bears see a sea-unicorn;
- go ice-fishing.
- legendary mountain, pearl of the skiing sport;
- enjoy water from clean mineral sources;
- see and climb the highest Russian summit and an active volcan.
MEET RUSSIA recommends:
- gain corporate spirit while skiing and ice fishing on Baikal, Sakhalin and Kuril Islands;
- try extreme team building in Yakutia, the place known as «Pole of Cold» with -128.5 F (-89.2 C);
- take part in corporate competitions in reindeer or dog sledding.