The region that brings together volcanic fire and ice peaks, hot ground and salty water of the sea, winter and summer. In Kamchatka life bustles everywhere, in the most severe frosts green grass grows and insects crawl near hot springs, but also in the hottest time of the summer, the mountains are covered with snow. Kamchatka's mountains and valleys, rivers and lakes, taiga and tundra, alpine meadows and park forests demonstrate an almost pristine beauty.
There are fantastic landscapes and incredible opportunities for creative self-fulfillment of photographers. You can get acquainted with the original culture of indigenous peoples and choose any leisure options to your liking.
Among the most popular pearls of Kamchatka are usually named the Valley of Geysers, volcano Kluchevskoy, Kuril Lake. But there are still many objects that are not mentioned so often, but are not less interesting. In total, the region has (according to various sources) 140 to 300 volcanoes, 29 of which are considered active, numerous mineral and thermal springs, geysers, mud volcanoes, boiling and acid lakes.
Kuril Lake, to the one side of which rises Il'inskii volcano, and to the other, Wild Crest volcano, is known for its amazingly picturesque rocky headlands and islands.
Klyuchevskaya Sopka is about 5000 meters high, the highest active volcano in Eurasia.Over 270 years, there were more than 50 violent eruptions.
The Valley of Geysers is only geyser field in Eurasia and one of the largest of the world, its area is about 6 m. km. Geysers, hot springs, mud pots, thermal fields, waterfalls and lakes, unique natural conditions. One of the Seven Wonders of Russia.