Kamchatka Peninsula wildlife cruise

Price
US $7550excluding flights
Duration
13 Days
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Landing Fees: US$ 500 Kayaking: US$ 1,025 Price Includes: - Land transfers to and from port hotel - All Meals on-board, coffee and tea - Guided Excursions as per itinerary - Comprehensive pre-departure material
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Description of Kamchatka Peninsula wildlife cruise

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Price information

US $7550excluding flights
Landing Fees: US$ 500 Kayaking: US$ 1,025 Price Includes: - Land transfers to and from port hotel - All Meals on-board, coffee and tea - Guided Excursions as per itinerary - Comprehensive pre-departure material
Make enquiry

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Kamchatka
Russia’s far eastern peninsula might ring a bell for the fans of board game, Risk; in real life it is one of the world’s most remote and greatest natu...
Russia
Around 10,000 British tourists visit Russia each year, but over 90 percent of them go only to Moscow and/or St Petersburg. That’s certainly a great st...

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.

Planet

We work hard to protect and conserve the destinations we visit around the world and the fragile Arctic ecosystem is no exception. In protecting the Arctic and instilling a sense of environmental stewardship in our clients, we employ a range of successful methods and initiatives.

All of our Arctic trips operate under the policies of the Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators (AECO) and we endeavour to deliver ‘respectable, environmentally-friendly and safe expeditions in the Arctic’. In working with AECO, we help ensure that our trips are carried out with the utmost consideration for the vulnerable natural environment, all local cultures and the valuable cultural sites.

Our polar trips are also made under the full membership of the International Association of Antarctic Tour Operators (IAATO) and as such, we abide by their strict codes of conduct in both the Antarctic and the Arctic. Encounters with polar bears, walruses and whales are controlled by strict responsible codes of conduct.

Whilst on these trips, your-on board natural history expert, through guided walks and evening talks, reveals not only the wonders of the Arctic realm and its wildlife but also some of the conservation issues which this fragile habitat and its species face.

People

Some voyages we offer are so remote that there is no indigenous village / community, such as Spitsbergen. In Baffin in Arctic Canada we visit remote communities; the Inuit culture here is strong and the local communities very welcoming of visitors and eager to share their ancient crafts and traditions. This is also the case on this Russia trip, where we visit local settlements and their museums.

Our overall commitment to the environment is also reflected within our office environment. We source office supplies from local retailers, use recycled stationary where possible and recycle office waste.

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