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Cape of All Winds
Cape of All Winds

A tour to Chukotka

Cape of All Winds
Difficulty
Difficulty levels
Easy. Passive relaxation and sightseeing — cruises for example. No physical activities. Good for older people.
Normal. Active tours. You don’t have to be a sportsman, but you need to be strong enough to ride a snowmobile or go hiking in the mountains.
Advanced. Get ready for a challenge — long trekking with a heavy backpack on the shoulders, rafting along mountain rivers.
Hard. Professional training and perfect physical fitness are required. The level involves climbing to the tops of the mountains (above 3000 meters), freeriding and North Pole diving.
Age
12 y.o.
Group size
from 4 to 10 person
Duration
11 days

Accommodation during the trip

4 nights
6 nights

Languages

EN
guide
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Between Earth and Heaven, this is what describes the sensations of anyone who comes to Cape Navarin. Lying on the ledge of a rock, one can enjoy the view of the cloud-sheltered ocean, listen to the waves batter and roar, and witness the flight and soar of birds — for hours. Birds, birds are everywhere: above you, below you, next to you... Reach out and you'll catch one of them — or so it seems.

Cape of All Winds
Difficulty
Difficulty levels
Easy. Passive relaxation and sightseeing — cruises for example. No physical activities. Good for older people.
Normal. Active tours. You don’t have to be a sportsman, but you need to be strong enough to ride a snowmobile or go hiking in the mountains.
Advanced. Get ready for a challenge — long trekking with a heavy backpack on the shoulders, rafting along mountain rivers.
Hard. Professional training and perfect physical fitness are required. The level involves climbing to the tops of the mountains (above 3000 meters), freeriding and North Pole diving.
Age
from 12 y.o.
Group size
from 4 to 10 person
Duration
11 days

Accommodation during the trip

4 nights
6 nights

Languages

EN
guide
We update the dates and tour price.
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Experiences you'll have

Journey to Cape Navarin

 

You'll travel to Cape Navarin, Russia's stormiest place that will take your breath away with its beautiful sceneries and noisy bird breeding grounds. To get there, you'll first go to the north of the Koryak Highlands. That's one of the most scenic places to visit in Russia.

 

It becomes a true feast of colors in the fall. Mountain rivers and tundra are fantastically picturesque. Even more impressive is a sea trip on a motorboat. You'll witness the picturesque shores, plumb rocks, and the Shipwreck Coast in the vicinity of Military Surveyors' Cape.

 

This is the only journey in which you could:

  • see the world's biggest wooden Orthodox church built on permafrost
  • take pictures next to the world's biggest monument of Nicholas the Wonderworker
  • visit Russia's stormiest region, Cape Navarin
  • catch grayling and trout with a spinning
  • go to the world's southernmost polar weather station—the Gabriel Cove
  • witness one of Chukotka's biggest bird breeding grounds that hosts up to a million birds
  • navigate marine motor boats along the coasts of Chukotka
  • see the Shipwreck Coast
  • watch bears, black-capped marmots, and whales
  • take pictures next to Chukotka's only traction engine

 

The tour program may change due to weather conditions. In particular, whale hunting or the trip to Cape Dezhnyov may be re-scheduled in case of storm surges. Whether the tourists are to put to the sea is up to the captain of the boat. In case your plane to or from Anadyr won't depart due to weather, we offer an alternative program at the client's option.

Itinerary

The journey begins in Anadyr, and you have to get there on your own. We are ready to help you buy the tickets; if necessary, leave a comment in your application.

 

Note that to be in Anadyr by the start of the program, you have to depart Moscow the day before. Contact our manager for details.

 

Weather in Chukotka is extremely volatile. Aircraft are the only mode of inter-district transport here. Flight delays due to weather are nothing uncommon. You have every chance to 'get stuck' in Anadyr or Beringovsky. To reduce risks, it's recommendable to buy tickets to Moscow after you come back from Beringovsky. The organizers can help you book the tickets for the closest departure for Moscow.

Day 1 Anadyr tour

We'll meet you and take you to the hotel. Anadyr is a fabulous city that's more like a toy town, cozy and vibrant in colors; its vivid sights are just breathtaking. It has comfortable hotels, numerous restaurants, a cinema, a museum, the world's biggest wooden Orthodox church built on permafrost, the world's biggest monument to Nicholas the Wonderworder, and lots of other sights. Take your time to have rest and look around.

Day 2 Gabriel Cove

You'll be transferred to the airport and fly aboard a plane to the village of Beringovsky. You'll lunch in the village and then ride a motor boat to the Bay of Gabriel. There you'll stay in a tent or a fishing hut.

Day 3 Spit trekking

You'll have a tour on the spit that divides the Bay of Gabriel and Orianda Lagoon. You'll visit the abandoned weather station there and see what has remained of the dwellings of Kereks, an extinct people.

Day 4 Cape Navarin

You'll be trekking some 15 kilometers to Cape Navarin. Go to the Bay of Greig and the Lighthouse of Navarin built 30 years ago. You'll also fish for spawning salmon in the local rivers.

 

Cape Navarin is Russia's stormiest place. The peninsula extends far into the sea, and its endpoint is Mount Heiden. The 500m mount is gentle when seen from the mainland; however, it consists of steep vertical rocks on the seaside. Someone who hasn’t really gotten into ornithology should come here to grasp the beauty of birds' free flight; birds, birds are just everywhere in this place.

Day 5 Ascending Mount Heiden

You'll continue your journey to Cape Navarin and cover a distance of 15 km. Visit the bird breeding grounds and conquer Mount Heiden, the "last hill" of the Navarin Mountain Massif.

Day 6 Resting on Cape Navarin

This is yet another day on Cape Navarin, on which you'll have coastline tours and watch the breeding grounds. 

Day 7 Back to the Gabriel Cove

A motor boat will get you back to the cove.

Day 8 Villages next to Beringovsky

A motor boat will get you back to Beringovsky. There you'll have tours to the uninhabited village of Zarechinsk and to the village of Beringovsky-1.

Day 9 Departure for Anadyr

You'll be transferred to the airport and go to the hotel upon your arrival in Anadyr.

Day 10 Resting in Anadyr

Take your time to walk around the city and buy souvenirs.

Day 11 End of journey

You'll be taken to the airport and fly back to Moscow.

Cape of All Winds
Difficulty
Difficulty levels
Easy. Passive relaxation and sightseeing — cruises for example. No physical activities. Good for older people.
Normal. Active tours. You don’t have to be a sportsman, but you need to be strong enough to ride a snowmobile or go hiking in the mountains.
Advanced. Get ready for a challenge — long trekking with a heavy backpack on the shoulders, rafting along mountain rivers.
Hard. Professional training and perfect physical fitness are required. The level involves climbing to the tops of the mountains (above 3000 meters), freeriding and North Pole diving.
Age
12 y.o.
Group size
from 4 to 10 person
Duration
11 days

Accommodation during the trip

4 nights
6 nights

Languages

EN
guide
We update the dates and tour price.
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Accommodation during the trip

The tour fee covers a hostel accommodation in Anadyr. You can choose a hotel, the best option here is a three-star one. Hotels charge two to twenty-eight thousand rubles a day. In the village of Beringovsky, you'll stay at an apartment-like hotel. You'll sleep six nights in a tent.

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Common questions

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Who will be my guide? +

An experienced guide will meet you at Anadyr Airport and guide you throughout the journey.

Meals +

Meals in Anadyr are provided by the program as a part of your hostel accommodation. If you decide to stay at a hotel, pay for your meals additionally. A lunch costs 350 to 2,500 rubles depending on the place.

 

The tour fee does not include meals in Beringovsky. You can go to the local cafe or cook yourself.

What to bring +
  • thermal underwear
  • wind- and waterproof jacket and pants
  • a fleece jacket (for a warmer outfit) and a vest with synthetic or feather insulant
  • bog boots (foam rubber)
  • warm socks (several pairs)
  • shoes (army boots or trekking boots)
  • a hat and gloves
  • slippers (crocs or similar)
  • sunglasses
  • medications for yourself

We also recommend bringing a waterproof backpack to protect your camera from moisture and sea water during motor boat tours.

What about the weather? +

Mean temperature is +12-17°С in this time of the year. However, as you'll travel to and from the Gabriel Cove in a motor boat by sea, perceived temperature will be something like +5°С.

Will I need a pass for the border area? +

The Chukotka Autonomous Okrug is located in a border area, so the rules of stay are very strict. You'll need a pass to enter Chukotka. Citizens of Russia obtain a tourist voucher in a single business day. Pass issuance fee is covered by the program.

Will I have connectivity? +

Mobile connectivity is mostly very poor or non-existent in this region.

Booking

Cape of All Winds

Difficulty
Difficulty levels
Easy. Passive relaxation and sightseeing — cruises for example. No physical activities. Good for older people.
Normal. Active tours. You don’t have to be a sportsman, but you need to be strong enough to ride a snowmobile or go hiking in the mountains.
Advanced. Get ready for a challenge — long trekking with a heavy backpack on the shoulders, rafting along mountain rivers.
Hard. Professional training and perfect physical fitness are required. The level involves climbing to the tops of the mountains (above 3000 meters), freeriding and North Pole diving.
Age
from 12 y.o.
Group size
from 4 to 10 person
Duration
11 days

Accommodation during the trip

4 nights
6 nights

Languages

EN
guide
190 000 RUB
What's included in the price:
  • Flights from Anadyr to Beringovsky and back

  • Meals in the expedition

  • Accommodation in Anadyr and Beringovsky

  • Tourist gear rental: a tent, emergency communications, campfire tools, and other equipment

  • Marine and car rentals

Extra charge:
  • Flight to Anadyr, starting at 40 000 rubles for a round-trip ticket

  • Meals in Anadyr and Beringovsky

In the price:
Included Extra charge
  • Flights from Anadyr to Beringovsky and back

  • Meals in the expedition

  • Accommodation in Anadyr and Beringovsky

  • Tourist gear rental: a tent, emergency communications, campfire tools, and other equipment

  • Marine and car rentals

  • Flight to Anadyr, starting at 40 000 rubles for a round-trip ticket

  • Meals in Anadyr and Beringovsky

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