Primorye is a huge, wonderful area with uninhabited taiga stretching for hundreds of kilometers. It is a place where southern and northern nature connects and mixes together, a place with the richest biodiversity in Russia.
When you travel to Primorye you can visit the wild areas that are home to Siberian tigers and Amur Leopards. With us you can hike on the famous Sikhote-Alin mountains, raft on the rivers, descend into caves, see the border of North Korea, drink from the mountain streams with crystal clear water, enjoy the incredible scenery and watch birds and animals in their natural habitats.
Here’s our selection of ecotours that you are always welcome to join. Contact us and we’ll arrange all the details, including a visa to Russia. If you have a clear goal to see a particular place in Primorye, we can organize any expedition – even to the most distant areas.
We have a wide selection of one-day tours in Vladivostok and Primorye. You can see the historic part of the city to learn about its history and characteristics. Visit old military fortifications, unravel the mysteries of the underground bunkers and labyrinths of Soviet times. Ride on a boat to the islands and make barbecue while enjoying a sea sunset. See the birds and animals of the Far East at the zoo or at the Safari Park, and the inhabitants of the underwater depths at the city aquarium. Feel the Russian hospitality while having dinner at home with an ordinary family.
We are improving existing and developing new tours in Primorye and Vladivostok to show you the Russian nature, the way of life, customs and traditions. Explore Primorye with us!
Russia is famous for being cold. Very cold. It is true, in winter it can be as cold as -25 degrees in Vladivostok. And there’s lots of snow. But it doesn’t stop russian people from having fun!
Winter is the favourite time of year for many people. First of all, this is the time we celebrate New Year – the most important holiday in Russia. This is the time when the whole family or friends get together, decorate the New Year tree, eat mandarins and watch Vladimir Putin give a speech on TV. Then comes the longest official holiday of the year. It lasts up to 11 days and is the most cheerful time of winter.
How do we have fun in winter? Simple. We go sledding, play snowballs, go ice fishing, walk in the winter forest, which is very beautiful and calm.
Our winter tours in Vladivostok offer a great involvement in Russian culture, traditions and features. Wear your warmest clothes and prepare to walk on the frozen sea, explore the beauty of the snow-covered city and have a unique trip to the Winter Russia!