Tolbachik ring of Kluchevsky mountains and volcanoes, moon landscapes, lava fields, mountainous tundra with flowers and berries, glaciers, mountain rivers and canyons, hot springs and the Pacific.
In Kamchatka you can ski on a real, active volcano with guaranteed snow coverage! With an off-piste skiing area the size of Switzerland, over 15 000 sq kilometers, picturesque fjords of the ocean coast line, glaciers at volcano tops and energising hot springs, Kamchatka is a destination like no other. The experience will be incomparable, and the freedom is yours to discover pristine slopes covered with fresh snow, while you ski down the valley from a volcano top. And there are no lines or waiting time when we use a famous MI-8 helicopter!
Sochi Autodrom is the most modern circuit in Eastern Europe, the only circuit in Russia hosting a Formula 1 Grand Prix. The venue has been designed by Russian experts in conjunction with Tilke Gmbh & Co., the head of which – Hermann Tilke – has designed most of the modern F1 tracks. The location of Sochi Autodrom makes it special - the circuit is located in the Olympic Park, which hosted the Olympic Winter Games in 2014. The most interesting part of the track is its long turn 3 - 650-metre turn is the longest one in the Formula 1 calendar, and the negative incline of the surface is a difficult challenge for the drivers.
Land Rover Defender will get you deep into the wilderness of Altai Mountains. Altai is one of the least known and most curious corners of Russia. Surrounded by four oceans, it lies at the crossroads of Mongolian and Turkic worlds, and contains all the secrets of the centuries-old history: overgrown enclosures, ancient nomadic idols and stone statues, the settlements of the Siberian shamans with deep-rooted ancestral tradition... Altai is proud of its marvelous landscape - limpid rivers, high-mountain meadows, covered with green forest of evergreen trees.
This is not a fishing only. This is a Russian Trophy Fishing Expedition! Catamaran rafting, fishing and active travel across the Northern Urals, mountains which sepater Europe from Aisa.