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The Kamchatka Peninsula is part of the Eastern frontier of Russia. Due to its close proximity to the United States, the region has played a strategic role in the defense of Russian territory throughout modern history. As a result, the territory was closed for many years to foreigners and Russians alike. Fortunately, the region's isolated position played a significant role in preserving and protecting its unique wilderness and rich biodiversity. With few roads, most regional transportation is by plane, boat, or helicopter. View more

Kamchatka is a spectacular, lavish landscape dotted with fuming volcanoes (150, of which 29 are active), fast-running rivers, and a wilderness that is inhabited by the largest brown bear population (10,300) in the world. The largest eagle in the world, the Steller's sea eagle (approximately 4,500 in number), is also found in the region. Kamchatka is poised to become one of the most exciting sport-fishing destinations in the world, with an estimated third of the world's Pacific salmon population.

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Excursions depuis Petropavlovsk (Kamchatsky)

Historic Kamchatka

Experience the beauty, culture and history of Kamchatka during this scenic, half-day sightseeing excursion through the city, with a visit to the Military Museum.


Petrovskaya Hill

Depart the pier for the brief drive through the city centre en route to the scenic Petrovskaya Hill Viewpoint. Photo stops are made at St. Nicolas Monument, Monument of Kuril Islands and Defenders Wooden Church. Upon arrival, take in spectacular panoramic vistas overlooking Avacha Bay and its surroundings. Leaving Petrovskaya Hill, your tour continues with a visit to the Military Museum.


Military Museum and Monuments

During your guided tour of the Military Museum, the largest in northeast Russia, learn about Kamchatka's geography and nature, as well as the history and development of the armed forces on the Kamchatka Peninsula. Afterwards, drive by historic monuments erected in honour of the founder of the city, Vitus Bering, and the Kuril Islands defenders, along with the chapel built in memory of the defenders of Petropavlovsk during the Crimean War of 1854.


Russian Orthodox Church and Local Market

Next, a brief stop is made at the city's Russian Orthodox Church, followed by a visit to the local market. Situated in the centre of Petropavlovsk, the market is the biggest in Kamchatka and sells food and consumer goods. Although new shopping centres have arisen in the city over the past decade, the central market is still the most popular shopping venue for local residents.


Following your visit, commence the brief drive back to the pier.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach. The coach makes frequent stops. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, comfortable clothing in layers with a jacket or sweater. The visit to the Petrovskaya Hill Viewpoint is dependent upon the weather. In the event of poor visibility, additional time will be spent at the museum. Please bring local currency for any purchase. Please make advance lunch plans with your butler as dining room will be closed when the tour returns to the ship.

Kamchatka Volcanoes by ATV - 6 wheel-drive vehicle

Experience the imposing beauty of Russia's volcanoes, truly the highlight of the region, on this, full-day excursion. See Kamchatka in a rugged yet breath-taking way as you explore in an off-roading-type vehicle.


Koryaksky Volcano

Depart the pier in a 6-Wheel drive ATV for the scenic, approximately 2-hour drive to the Kamchatka Volcanoes, a chain of active and dormant volcanoes stretching from the east to northwest. The highest volcano among them is the active Koryaksky Volcano, whose last eruption occurred in 1896. Cracks and spines dissect its straight cone of 11,388 feet (about 3,471 metres) in height.


Avachinsky Plateau

Next, your drive continues on for a visit to the remarkable Avachinsky Volcano. One of most active volcanoes of Kamchatka, Avachinsky appeared more than 10,000 years ago. The giant eruptions dissected the upper part and formed a caldera 2.5 miles (4 kilometres) in diameter. Some time is made available to admire and photograph these natural monoliths. You are not going to climb the volcanoes but stop in a specific location at their bottom.


During your visit, a traditional hot lunch which includes Russian borsch and vodka is served at the alpine lodge


After lunch, some additional time is provided for observation and exploration before re-boarding your vehicle for the approximately 2.5-hour drive back to the pier.


Please note: This tour involves an extensive amount of walking for approximately 0.85 miles (about 1.37 kilometres), at times over bumpy and uneven ground. Transportation is via rugged 6-wheel-drive, truck/bus all-terrain vehicles. The drive between the pier and the Kamchatka Volcanoes is approximately 1.5 hours in each direction, at times over snow covered unpaved roads. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility, back or neck problems, or those who utilise a wheelchair. Dress in warm layers with a jacket, wear closed-toe walking shoes, and bring rain gear.

Summits and Craters of Kamchatka

Soar above the summits and craters of the volcano range known as Kamchatka - a UNESCO World Heritage Centre. Land at Geysers Valley to explore the surrounds and look for geysers and possible wildlife. Hike in this unique area to observe the flora and fauna before flying to the thermal springs in the Nalycheva Vallet to take a dip.


This tour requires advance booking 7 days prior to the start of the cruise. Cancellations received after this deadline will incur penalty charges of up to 100%, which will be billed to your shipboard account.


Embark on a fascinating and unique helicopter ride above the summits and craters. Fly over geysers and the active Karymsky Volcano. Touch down for a brief walking tour to see the erupting geysers. After seeing these amazing sights a helicopter flight takes you to Uzon Caldera and, Nalychevo Valley (weather depending) for lunch and a swim in the Hot Springs.


Once the ship has completed the clearance formalities, upon arrival into Petropavlovsk board a coach for the transfer to the helipad. After arrival at the helipad embark on your one hour and fifteen minute helicopter ride flying around active volcanoes


Depending on the weather the pilot will take the eastern route, including a flight round the southern and eastern flanks of Avacha, flying at heights to keep below any thick cloud cover. Continuing north along the broad valley to the east of the Zhupanovsky volcano, the low flying gives you splendid views of the taiga landscape. Over a low col, the flight approaches the coast, where a few hunters' cabins lie among the trees. Karymsky and the two Semlyachik volcanoes lie inland to the left. The flight then turns inland up the valley just before the Kikhpinych volcano, and turns into the lush green tributary which is the Valley of Geysers.


If the pilot cannot take the eastern route he will take the western route. The western route heads round the western side of the smaller cones of Arik and Aag, then continue the line of volcanoes northwest from Koryaksky. Continuing across the interior tundra, keeping west of Zhupanovsky, on the way to Karymsky. If the eruptions are still in Strombolian style, one should be seen on the flight past. The active cone is 2296 feet (700 m) high, and stands inside an old caldera, the even older Dvor caldera is truncated as the higher bowl to the north. Just to the south, Karymsky Lake lies in the Academia Nauk caldera, which erupts less frequently. Northwards, you will fly over Maly Semlyachik volcano with its spectacular crater lake of green water. Past the inactive Bolshoi Semlyachik, the route veers slightly right for a touch down at the Valley of Geysers.


The cluster of geysers, fumaroles and hot springs in this valley were only discovered in 1941. They lie above the marginal fractures of the oldest Uzon caldera. The hot water that emerges is largely recirculated rainfall, mixed with some juvenile water from magma. The magmatic heat source is probably the roots of the Uzon volcano, where ground temperatures reach 482°F (250°C) at about 1640 feet (500 metres) depth beneath the caldera floor. The Geysernaya River has cut its valley into bedded andesitic tuffs that were deposited in a lake in the first Uzon caldera; the southeastern valley slope is the heavily eroded caldera wall, broken into older volcanic. Some dacite lavas and intrusions occur in the tuffs, and all the exposed rocks have been altered hydrothermally. The valley's geysers include a few with large but brief periodic eruptions, and many more which produce hot water spouts frequently or almost continuously.


The helicopter will land in front of the timber lodge that is the access point to the trails into The Valley of Geysers. Walking alone in the valley are not allowed, so the group will stay together. The boardwalk leads to the lip of the valley for a fine overall view. The upper slopes of the valley expose cliffs of pumaceous tuffs, some eroded into earth pillars. The valley floor has a lush green plant cover, except where active banks of geyserite have not yet been colonized. The boardwalk ends before another old bridge. A trail on the terrace above the valley floor provides views down onto the Fountain Platform, and also passes various hot pools, blue with suspended clay, and boiling mud pots, red with iron oxides. Enjoy a boxed lunch at the Valley of Geysers lodge.


Afterwards board the helicopter for a quick 10 minute flight to the Uzon Volcano. The Uzon depression is bordered to the north and west by steep caldera walls that have survived into the modern landscape. This is a perfect photo opportunity.


Next board the helicopter for a 30-minute flight to Nalycheva Hot Springs. This is a very popular place to rest. Enjoy swimming in the Thermal hot lake of Kamchatka.


Next board the helicopter for a 30-minute flight back to Yelisovo where you will board the bus and transfer back to your awaiting ship.


Please note: This tour requires an extensive amount of walking and climbing on uneven grounds, making the tour unsuitable for guests with limited mobility or those utilising a wheelchair. It is recommended for guests who are physically fit. This tour involves touring outdoors and as the weather is unpredictable, it is recommendable to wear layered clothing, windbreaker waterproof, hat, sturdy walking shoes, towel and wear your bathing suits under your clothing if you would like to swim in the hot springs. The tour sequence may vary. Space is limited, but a minimum of participants is required to operate this excursion. Wildlife sightings cannot be guaranteed. The pilot of the helicopter reserves the right to assign seating, not all seats are window seats.

This tour requires advance booking 7 days prior to the start of the cruise. Cancellations received after this deadline will incur penalty charges of up to 100%, which will be billed to your shipboard account.



Programme Includes:

· Group transfers from the pier to the helipad and from the heliport to the pier

· One hour and 15 minute helicopter helipad/Valley of Geysers, 10 minute helicopter flight from Valley of Geysers /Uzon Caldera, 30 minute flight from Uzon Caldera/Thermal Hot Springs and 30 minute flight from the Thermal Hot Springs/helipad

· One boxed lunch, 1 bottle of Kamchatka beer, 1 bottle of Russian vodka per 4 guests, juices.

· All sightseeing as per itinerary



Not Included:

Any meals and drinks not specified above, personal charges, gratuities to drivers and tour guides, laundry, telephone calls, cancellation insurance and other personal items.

Silver Shore Privato - Petropavlovsk by Van with Driver & Guide - Half Day

Explore Petropavlovsk at your leisure during your half-day (4-Hour) sightseeing tour via private van. Customize your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your driver and English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.


Please note: This tour is non-refundable if cancelled within 48 hours prior to arrival in the port. Actual vehicle type varies depending on availability. Participation is limited to 4 guests per van. The price, exclusive of meals, entrance fees and gratuities, is per vehicle. Therefore, when making your reservation, please indicate the number of vehicles, not the number of guests. Only one person in the party needs to reserve this program. Please see the Shore Concierge Office on board the ship to arrange your individual itinerary.

Silver Shore Privato - Petropavlovsk by Car with Driver & Guide - Half Day

Explore Petropavlovsk during your half-day (4-Hour) sightseeing tour via private car. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights. Depart the pier with your driver and English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned car, and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace.

Kamchatka Countryside Experience

Enjoy a wonderful opportunity to visit the Kamchatka countryside. About 40 kilometers from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy you will get acquainted with a unique Kamchatka guitar singer and herbs specialist who will welcome you at a hand-made yaranga, the traditional circular dwelling of the local people, located on the bank of the small lake surrounded with hills. If weather doesn't permit you will be welcomed to a private house.

Here you will be offered original special dishes cooked with Kamchatka herbs, delicious seaweeds, jams and home-made liqueurs. All this, will be accompanied by wonderful guitar playing and Russian songs, and they know how to make you feel at home. While on your way through the countryside your guide will tell you all about the climate, people and history of the surrounding area.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking for approximately 328 yards (about 300 metres), at times over uneven, rocky and slippery surfaces, with a few steps to get on/off the coach and 20 steps at the sites visited. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, comfortable clothing in layers with flat, closed-toe walking shoes, and bring sun protection and a sweater or jacket from the ship. The restroom facilities on this tour are very primitive. Guests must be at least 10 years old to participate on this tour.

Highlights of Petropavlovsk (Guided in German)

Spend a half-day exploring the past and present of Petropavlovsk and its surrounds during this picturesque sightseeing excursion with a visit to the Cultural Museum.


Petrovskaya Hill

Depart the pier for the brief drive through the city centre en route to the scenic Petrovskaya Hill Viewpoint. Upon arrival, take in spectacular panoramic vistas overlooking Avacha Bay and its surroundings. Leaving Petrovskaya Hill, your tour continues with a visit to the Cultural Museum.


Cultural Museum

Upon arrival, learn about natural history of the peninsula, its flora and fauna, the life and culture of the indigenous people, and the history of its exploration. Discover the famous sea explorers who visited Kamchatka over the years, and see exhibitions of clothing, utensils and parts of their original ships. The museum also features artefacts unearthed from late-Stone Age sites, an ethnographical collection, and paintings, graphic arts, sculptures and handicrafts by Kamchatka artists.


Russian Orthodox Church and Local Market

Next, drive by the historic city centre before visiting the city's Russian Orthodox Church and local market. Situated in the centre of Petropavlovsk, the market is the biggest in Kamchatka and sells food and consumer goods. Although new shopping centres have arisen in the city over the past decade, the central market is still the most popular shopping venue for local residents.


Following your visit, commence the brief drive back to the pier.


Please note: Tour is Guided in German, minimum amount of guests required to operate. This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, with a few steps to get on/off the coach and ten steps to negotiate at the Cultural Museum. The coach makes frequent stops. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, comfortable clothing in layers with a jacket or sweater. The visit to the Petrovskaya Hill Viewpoint is dependent upon the weather. In the event of poor visibility, additional time will be spent at the museum. Please bring local currency for any purchases. Please make advance lunch plans with your butler as dining room will be closed when the tour returns to the ship.

Native Koryak Village

In Kamchatka there are still Native people in various ethnic groups-Itelmen, Koryak, even and Chukcha. Since the Russian Cossacks came to Kamchatka in the 17th century, the life of the Natives has changed enormously. Today they tend to live in larger Russian cities and villages. This tour presents a unique opportunity to enter into a traditional Koryak village and community, reconstructed according to ancient customs and traditions.


Koryak

The population of Koryak nowadays is 2,000, but once they inhabited almost the whole Kamchatka Peninsula. With time, the population has significantly decreased and today most Koryak live in the Tigil Region of the Koryak district. Their main occupation was fishing and hunting, and they are experts in herbs - collecting and drying them to make beverages and medicines.


Board the coach for an hour drive to the Koryak village, you'll have a chance to see their winter and summer houses, taste their unique food and enjoy the folk dance presentation with games and songs. Traditional Koryak dances are very interesting and are accompanied only by tambourines, their songs are reminiscent of the sound of birds singing. The people wear clothes made of reindeer skin featuring beautiful embroidery.


After the dances and lunch, board the coach for an hour drive back to the pier.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, with a few steps to get on and off the coach. The guests may have to walk up to 300 meters to get to the lodge. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. The restroom facilities on this tour are very primitive. Be prepared for wet weather and rocky terrain.

Russian Dacha Visit

Discover the exquisite beauty of the Kamchatka countryside and its importance to the Russian people during this memorable visit to an authentic dacha.


Depart the pier for the approximately 40-minute drive to the Kamchatka countryside for a visit to a traditional summer cabin, or dacha. The dacha is not just a place for weekends or summer vacations. At their dachas, Russian people build greenhouses for growing tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, potatoes, carrots, and beet-root. Almost every family also grows strawberries, a practice dating back to the times of the Soviet Union when the masses had problems buying fresh fruit and vegetables due to the absence of effective storage.


In the past, people built dachas themselves. Today, those who are wealthy enough can afford to have them built for them. Some of the dachas resemble cottages, and are sufficient to live in throughout the year. All houses are equipped with electricity, and almost all have plumbing. Each spring, the Russian people who own dachas come to plant and return in the fall to harvest, providing them with agricultural produce during the year.


Upon arrival at the dacha, meet the local residents and learn about the history of the dachas and their importance to the Russian people. Next, dine on traditional Russian tea and pancakes accompanied by jam and honey. Throughout the tour, marvel at the beautiful countryside and its amazing scenery.


At the conclusion of your visit, re-board your coach and commence the approximately 40-minute drive back to the pier.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking through wet soil, with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach. It is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Wear warm, comfortable clothing in layers with a weatherproof jacket and sturdy, closed-toe walking shoes. Space on this tour is very limited; we suggest you book in advance to avoid disappointment. Please make advance lunch plans with your butler as dining room will be closed when the tour returns to the ship.

Siberian K9 Kennel & Lodge with Lunch

Explore the stunning natural beauty, culture, and dog-racing traditions of Kamchatka during this scenic and memorable excursion to the Siberian K9 Kennel & Lodge.


K9 Kennel and Lodge

Depart the pier for the approximately 40-minute drive to the K9 Kennel and Lodge, located in a picturesque valley with splendid views of the magnificent Koryak and Avacha volcanoes. Originally, the complex served as a kennel for the Kamchatka Dog Sledding Adventures and Kamchadal International Sled Dog Race. The dogs are very cute and gentle, and many of them have beautiful blue eyes.


Dog Training and Nature Walk

Upon arrival, meet the guides and learn about the history of the kennel tours, along with some of the famous dogs that took first prize in the races. Observe the feeding process, and see a demonstration of how the dogs are harnessed and conditioned for the sport of dog-sledding by working with a special training chariot. Afterwards, take a guided stroll in the pristine woods surrounding the kennel.


Russian Folkloric Show and Lunch

Upon returning to the lodge, a Russian folkloric show is performed for your entertainment by the owners, followed by a lunch consisting of mushroom or fish soup, fried fish, fresh vegetables, tea and pastries in a typical countryside house.


At the conclusion of your visit, re-board your coach for the approximately 40-minute drive back to the pier.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking .6 mile (1100 metres), with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach. The guests may have to walk up to 300 meters to get to the lodge. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to dress in warm, comfortable layers with a weatherproof jacket and wear sturdy, closed-toe walking shoes. Please be advised that feasability of the tour will depend of the weather and snow conditions. The lunch is in a typical countryside house with the respective decoration and layout, it is not a restaurant-type venue.

Highlights of Petropavlovsk

Spend a half-day exploring the past and present of Petropavlovsk and its surrounds during this picturesque sightseeing excursion with a visit to the Cultural Museum.


Petrovskaya Hill

Depart the pier for the brief drive through the city centre en route to the scenic Petrovskaya Hill Viewpoint. Upon arrival, take in spectacular panoramic vistas overlooking Avacha Bay and its surroundings. Leaving Petrovskaya Hill, your tour continues with a visit to the Cultural Museum.


Cultural Museum

Upon arrival, learn about natural history of the peninsula, its flora and fauna, the life and culture of the indigenous people, and the history of its exploration. Discover the famous sea explorers who visited Kamchatka over the years, and see exhibitions of clothing, utensils and parts of their original ships. The museum also features artefacts unearthed from late-Stone Age sites, an ethnographical collection, and paintings, graphic arts, sculptures and handicrafts by Kamchatka artists.


Russian Orthodox Church and Local Market

Next, drive by the historic city centre before visiting the city's Russian Orthodox Church and local market. Situated in the centre of Petropavlovsk, the market is the biggest in Kamchatka and sells food and consumer goods. Although new shopping centres have arisen in the city over the past decade, the central market is still the most popular shopping venue for local residents.


Following your visit, commence the brief drive back to the pier.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, with a few steps to get on/off the coach and ten steps to negotiate at the Cultural Museum. The coach makes frequent stops. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, comfortable clothing in layers with a jacket or sweater. The visit to the Petrovskaya Hill Viewpoint is dependent upon the weather. In the event of poor visibility, additional time will be spent at the museum. Please bring local currency for any purchases. Please make advance lunch plans with your butler as dining room will be closed when the tour returns to the ship.

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