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Take an adventure holiday in RUSSIA with World Expeditions, one of the world’s leading travel companies.

Kamchatka is a long peninsula (approx 1200kms) occupying an area of 472,300 sq. km, (larger than France) between the latitudes of 50 and 65 degrees north. To imagine it’s location, one should think of territory north of Japan and the Bering Sea,Kamchatka is not part of Siberia, but one of a number of territories on the eastern, Pacific seaboard known as Russian Far East.Kamchatka’s mountain ridges - Sredinny, Valaginsky, Ganalsky and Kumroch - stretch from the north to the south giving the peninsula the shape of a giant fish. There are more than 160 volcanoes on the peninsula (29 of them are active), lying on the Great Pacific “ring of fire”. The extraordinary diversity of landscape, from the high volcanic peaks to the coastal plains combined with maritime and arctic weather and underground heat have created a mixture of twenty climate zones. This diversity of climate and habitat has in turn, contributed to the great variety and richness of flora and fauna on the Peninsula.

moderate to challenging  |  11 days
Follow the Baltic Coast from Lithuania, through the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad, to the Polish seaport of Gdansk
introductory to moderate  |  8 days
Beginning in Moscow, cycle the Volga River to the 'Golden Ring' cities of Sergiev Posad and Vladimir
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