In addition to the huge variety of tours in Vladivostok and Primorye, DALINTOURIST offers to explore other regions of our vast country. It is impossible to always stay in one place. We are opening for you a new world of an amazing country - Russia. The whole vast Russia is before you, it remains only to choose the direction of your journey through the amazing and attractive regions of a huge country ....
Russia is a multinational country, a country of great history and a mystical atmosphere, captivating imagination. The shadows of centuries and the shadows of a great history exacerbate all five feelings of a person who entered the Russian land.


Khabarovsk - оne of the largest cities in the Far East is Khabarovsk. Almost all Russians have heard about this city, but not everyone knows that it is only 30 km from China. As in Khabarovsk itself, and in the Khabarovsk Territory there are 32 ethnic groups. Moreover, 8 nationalities consider this place to be their historical homeland. These include the Nanais, Negidals, Nivkhs, Orochi, Udege, Evenki, Ulchi and Eveny. In this regard, the Khabarovsk Territory is considered one of the most multinational regions of Russia.


Irkutsk is one of the oldest cities in Siberia. In Irkutsk, literally at every step you can find monuments of antiquity, built 1,500 years ago: churches and temples, manors and mansions of famous Irkutsk merchants, personalities and Decembrists, residential and lucrative houses. In the area of ​​more than 1000 monuments of history, culture and architecture, which are preserved in its original form. The most valuable monuments are monuments of federal (all-Russian) significance, such as the Residential House from the icon-painting studio Startsev, the Church in the name of the Transfiguration of the Lord, the Angara icebreaker museum, the Taltsy Architectural and Ethnographic Complex, the Sibiriakovs' Mansion, -Governors of Eastern Siberia, Complex of buildings of the East Siberian Division of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society.


Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world, one of the country's greatest natural attractions. Local residents can not but believe in the power and energy that is endowed with Lake Baikal. Interesting facts about this place made the lake truly unique, and therefore there is no other such natural place on Earth. Baikal is a lake-record holder, recorded in the Guinness Book. Also it is referred to as a solar lake, which has long been justified. Baikal is the only open reservoir in the world with fresh water, suitable for bottling without preliminary cleaning. In the waters and on the shores of Baikal, there are more than 2600 species of animals and more than a thousand species of plants. Among the most interesting inhabitants of Lake Baikal is the Baikal seal, one of the three species of freshwater seals in the world.


Kamchatka is one of the most beautiful places in Russia. Today tourists come here from all over the world, and in fact, at a time when planes have not yet plowed the sky, a whole year could have gone from Moscow to Kamchatka. Volcanoes in Kamchatka have become part of the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire, which is the most earthquake-prone place on Earth. They differ in the originality of forms and reliefs. This is due to the fact that they appeared in different epochs. Today each of them shows its activity differently. Most of the Kamchatka volcanoes belong to historical times. In Kamchatka you can visit ethnic villages where you can not only get to know the life of indigenous peoples of the peninsula, taste their national cuisine, but also try themselves in weaving of birch bark, bone carving, beading.


Sakhalin is the largest island in Russia. When Sakhalin belonged to Japan, the island was called "Karafuto", which was used as the Japanese designation of the whole Sakhalin. Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk was founded in the 19th century as a convict settlement of Vladimirovka. During the Japanese occupation, the city was called Toyohara, which in literal translation from Japanese means "rich, fertile valley". The island is not connected to the mainland by a tunnel or bridge. You can get to it either by water or by air transport. It is worth noting that the main attractions of Sakhalin are nature objects. There are few ancient architectural monuments on the island, so tourists, in the first place, enjoy its primeval beauty. However, there is something to see and except nature.


Magadan is a port city in the eastern part of Russia. Mainly the construction of the city and the development of gold deposits, as well as the construction of the Kolyma route, were conducted by political prisoners sent here from the central regions of the country, including such outstanding personalities as the great designer of space rockets SP Korolev and others; as well as prisoners, after the victory in the Great Patriotic War, the Japanese and the Germans. 

When you mention this city in Russia, everybody will remember Stalin and Gulag camps. Thousands of prisoners died there. The region is famous for gold mines and temperatures about -50 C. If you travel with us along the Road of bones, you will see a real Gulag camp, an abandoned city of Soviet times and the beauty of Northern nature. You will set acquainted with traditions of nature tribes.


Yakutsk is a large city located in the Far East, in a territory with a harsh climate and frosty winters. Here lives a quarter of a million people, mostly Russians and Yakuts. This city can be called quite successful economically - it's not for nothing that people from neighboring villages and villages come here to find work. Nevertheless, people who come from afar, the local weather may seem too cold in the winter season. In Yakutsk you can look at a real mine dug in permafrost. A well over 116 meters deep was dug for geological research, and then it is recognized as a monument, and now it is protected by the state. There is a unique museum of mammoths, where you can see the remains of these ancient animals, as well as woolly rhinoceros, well preserved in frozen ground.


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