Photo tours

At what time of year is best to visit Kamchatka? This question is only one answer: Kamchatka is beautiful in any season, so stay in these parts is possible all year round.

22. Winter volcanoes of Kamchatka. Photography of the actually erupting volcanoes

Kamchatka volcanoes are the more active in winter. Therefore, if you want to decorate your photo album with pictures of actual eruptions then you need to go to Kamchatka sometime from November to June. You will make pictures of the greatest volcanos as well as you can see one of Russia’s seven wonders – the Valley of Geysers. More

23. Photographic tour «Kamchatka Volcanoes are the world’s greatest!»

Kamchatka is beautiful in any season, but the most splendid raving colours come out early autumn, especially in September. That is precisely when you can take excellent pictures of the local celebrities: the erupting volcanoes at the sunset, moving glacier, boiling mud pools, fumaroles, Lake Karym, Valley of Geysers, and Pacific Ocean. More

24. Winter Commander Islands. Photographic expedition

February 1 – March 10
The islands are renowned for their mild climate and are a veritable paradise for birds and marine mammals. Flight to the Commander Islands over highest active volcano of Eurasia, snowmobile trips, photography sessions of fur seals, blue foxes, tundra birds. More

25. Summer-Autumn Commander Islands.

June 25, September 10
Helicopter tour to the Bering Island over volcanos and Pacific Ocean. Photos of blue foxes, fur seals, sea lions, rare Steineger’s seals, sea otters, sea bird colonies like gulls, sea ravens, and others. Observation of the largest salmon spawning ground on the eastern coast. More

26. Photosafari "Seal babies, lakes, volcanoes and more"

Extensive photo sessions of newly born white-coated baby seals, fully-grown sea otters, island seals antura and larga. Lake Golygin is a major spawning ground for salmon species. Snowmobile excursions. Observation of Kamchatka volcanos. Excursion to crater lakes, fumaroles, observation of the moving glacier, boiling pools. More

27. Photosafari "Wild bears amid active volcanoes”

Kamchatka has a good reason to be called the land of bears: 6 percent of the global bear population inhabit this particular area. Its body can be exceed 2.5 meters in size with a mass of over 500 kilograms. Such a sizable body is due to high-protein salmon for food. Watch these beautiful animals at the Lake Kuril - world’s greatest spawning ground of red salmon More