The Kamchatka Peninsula the Russian far East wich connects with the Pacific "Ring of Fire," a volcanic chain stretching from Japan to the Kuril Islands up to the Peninsula, and over to the Aleutians and Alaska. Indeed Kamchatka is 8 time zones away from Moscow and the place where the day begins in Russia. This fish-shaped territory is 1200 kilometers long (750 miles) and 450 km wide (470 miles) at its widest point.
Overall, Kamchatka has 159 volcanoes, most of them extinct. This land is still being formed and with 10% of the world's active volcanoes located here, there is almost always one erupting. Besides skylines ruffled by mountains and volcanoes, there are over 400 glaciers, more than 14,000 rivers, creeks, and many lakes. Among over 200 mineral water springs, about 150 are hot springs and Kamchatkans love to visit and bathe in the more accessible ones.
Very replete and informative tour of the most interesting areas of Kamchatka modern active volcanic.
During the trip you’ll visit such unique places of Kamchatka as active volcanoes Mutnovsky & Avachinsky, which are considered to be the most beautiful volcanoes of Kamchatka; the unique and wonderful Valley of Geysers – the World miracle.
Classic Kamchatka (Summer 2019)
You will cross Kamchatka from the South to the North and moving from one climate zone to another, you will go to the central Kamchatka, to the location of the largest volcanoes in Eurasia.
You will cross Kamchatka from south to north and going from one climatic zone to another you will get to Central Kamchatka where the largest volcanoes of Europe and Asia are located.