Thanks to the helicopter, which is the main form of transportation on the peninsula, your journey has no limits.
What a thrill to throw off your backpack or your ski suit and jump into a hot spring under the open sky!
Whether you are a beginning skier, experienced mountaineer, or dare-devil snowboarder, Kamchatka's mountains welcome each and every guest.
You can book a helicopter and get to any mountain top suitable for snowboarding or skiing.
Trips to "domestic" volcanoes (the active Koryaksky and Avachinsky volcanoes, and extinct Kozelsky, Arik and Aag) and to Avacha Bay – the second largest bay in the world.
Kamchatka's best-known tourist attractions, the Valley of Geysers and the Uzon caldera, is located in this nature reserve.
This is the best possible location to observe bears helping themselves to salmon, unconcerned about spectators.
Paddle a kayak towards waterfalls and desert islands, glide over the mirror-like lake on a stand-up paddle board, or dare to surf a three-meter Pacific wave... The choice is yours!
Thanks to helicopters, which are the main transportation on the peninsula, the journey becomes limitless. Fly wherever you want: from hills and ski resorts to lakes in a volcanic crater and the "birthing centre" for bears.
Unparallelled entertainment for mind-blowing delight. Full speed ahead for your happiness!
The beautiful land where bears feast on shiksha, northern bilberry and red salmon.
The picturesque Vachkazhets mountain range is the perfect place for fantasy filming with fairy-tale creatures.
Tourists from around the world strive to see the wonder of Kamchatka — pillars of water and steam that burst from the rumbling ground.
Fish in a lake, river or the sea. Fish in winter or summer. There are indeed unlimited opportunities to hook a huge trophy.
Rafting down one of the 14,000 rivers, you can go fishing, meet bears and see for yourself what a fantastic place Kamchatka is!
Choose a trip along the picturesque shores, and you will see the Three Brothers, Devil's Finger cliff, the uninhabited Starichkov Island. If you're lucky, you will find not only seals and sea lions, but also orcas and other whales.
Green paths winding around snow-covered hills, flowers standing against the winds, melting snowflakes and glaciers turning into 40-meter-high waterfalls in the middle of summer.
Two essential stone giants on the peninsula. The Gorely volcano is notable for its unique craters filled with blue and green lakes. The Mutnovsky volcano jets streams of white gas and vapour.
In 2012, the volcano unexpectedly awakened and left us with fields of hardened lava, caves and the mysterious Dead Forest. At the top, you can learn how to cook dinner using volcanic heat.
The most accessible active volcano for climbing in Kamchatka, it is located just 30 km from the city.