We have prepared a number of mesmerizing Expedition tour packages for you, and we always endeavor to deliver the best service for our travelers. Expedition tours will allow you to see many things that you have never seen in your life before and which are just sublime.
Check out these tours below:
Hunt for Arctic adventure
Majestic multi-colored mountains, the Greenland sea, glaciers, waterfalls, frozen streams and lakes, endless valleys — it is all about Spitsbergen island. It is a home for whales and polar bears. And the North Pole is seemed to be closer to the island than the mainland.
Top of the world
Find yourself on the top of the world, cross the Arctic Ocean on the most powerful nuclear icebreaker in the world, explore the historic sites on Franz Josef Land, ride Zodiacs, and maybe see some polar bears and walruses. Few people can say they have traveled so far! Become one of travelers who have reached the North Pole.
Expedition to Wrangel Island
It is a journey only made possible in recent years by the thawing in the politics of the region and the retreat of summer pack ice in the Chukchi Sea. The very small distance between Russia and the USA along this border area was known as the Ice Curtain, behind which then and now lies one of the last great undiscovered wildernesses areas in the world.
Archipelago of discoveries
You will see whales — it is guaranteed in this journey. There are so many of these giants near the Shantar Islands, that you can take photos of them even from a shore. Thanks to difficult access to the archipelago you will have true solitude and union with nature here.
Secrets of the Far North
In the most eastern part of Russia where the Far North lays down strict rules indigenous people of the Chukotkan coast live for many centuries already. Their neighbors are warluses and whales, their place of life is a polar tundra. Board a motor boat to explore the glitziest bays, walk along the coastline and see the edge of the world where people have merged with a beautiful wildlife.
A mysterious continent of ice
The Antarctic Peninsula region contains some of the world’s most impressive scenery and some of Antarctica’s best wildlife viewing opportunities. An extraordinary adventure among narrow channels, towering mountain peaks and icebergs will be a lifetime experience and a great start of a new year.
Expedition to the Pole of Cold
Oymyakon is one of the most inclement inhabited places on Earth. It is the land of permafrost, where thermometers record the lowest temperatures in the world. Not only people, but also animals have to survive in such harsh conditions. You will see special breeds of Yakut horses and cows, go on dog sledding, taste traditional Even cuisine and participate in the mysterious ethnic purification rite.
North Pole express
If you want to visit the North Pole, but you are lack of time for the longtime expedition, choose this route. In just 3 days you will reach the top of the world, watch the scientists working at the polar station, and even can jump with a parachute and swim in the Arctic ocean.
In the polar bear's kingdom
Spitsbergen is a world of white bears — here you can meat them anytime, anywhere. They hunt for seals on ice, search for preys in tundra and swim not far away from expedition boats. 24 hours of sunlight during a polar day let have many more opportunities to observe the King of the Arctic.
The mysterious and hard-to-travel Poonezhye, or the Onega River Valley, is the melting pot of history, traditions and beauty of the harsh North. Take jeeps to the most remote monasteries and to the stunningly gorgeous Lake Lakshmozero. You will pass the rapids of the Onega River during rafting and will stop along the way at unique yet little-known places. If the weather is good, you will take a boat to the island of the White Sea.
The Commander Islands
The Commander Islands is one of the most outlying and one of the hardest places on the Earth to reach. There is only one human settlement and the rest of the islands is uninhabited. Uninhabited by people, not by numerous seals, sea lions, polar foxes and the great variety of seabirds. Some of the species have been recently discovered and are still scantily explored. Have you ever dreamt to become a wildlife explorer? This expedition will give you such a chance!
Secrets of Arctic tundra
Nowadays when it is possible to reach the farthest corners of the world, you have a chance to see Yamal. This isolated Arctic region in Siberia keeps secrets of Nenets — indigenous people who live in the Far North for 2000 years. Reindeer give them food, home and transport. You will have a unique experience of taking part in the daily lives of nomads far above the Arctic circle.
The Northern Sea Route
The Northern Sea Route or the Northeast Passage is one of the greatest waterways in the world and, at the same time, the shortest one — between the European part of Russia and the Far East. Whales and walruses, snow owls and polar bears, musk oxen and reindeer will meet you on the way, which has being explored since the XVI century.
Arctic for Explorers
Rarely visited today yet significant in the history of polar exploration, Franz Josef Land is worthy of its legendary reputation.
Journey to Cape Dezhnev
Have you ever dreamed of going to the edge of the world? Cape Dezhnev is located on the shores of the Bering Strait in the farthest, the wildest and the most picturesque part of Chukotka. In this trip you will go to the blooming summer tundra, meet the locals who have adapted their life to the harshest natural environments of the North, see famous bird breeding grounds and swim in hot springs.
Jewel of the Russian Far East
The eastern seaboard of Russia dominates the North Pacific and yet very few people know anything about it, let alone have experienced it. This isolation has protected one of its most valuable assets - its wilderness and to some degree, its wildlife.
From Svalbard to Grumant
The vast snowy valleys, frozen fjords and rare arctic animals — it is how the Svalbard looks like in winter. The great glaciers occupies more than half of the area of the whole archipelago, and hardly more than three thousand people live here. Become one of them for a week!
Grand crossing of Baikal
During this expedition you will cross the deepest part of the legendary lake Baikal and will find yourself 40 miles away from any human habitation. You will skate and spend two nights on the lake Baikal ice at the very location where its depth reaches 5000 feet.
Watching the Baby Seals
In the ice-covered White Sea harp seals give birth to their pups in early March. These fluffy cuties are snow-white, but for no longer than just a fortnight. During this helicopter expedition you will watch them amidst drift ice floes.
The Pole of Cold Festival
Yakutia is the "world" of the snowy kingdom, of frigid cold and permafrost, where temperatures reach incredible critical levels, often crossing the minus 70 degrees. The popular Cold Pole Festival is traditionally held in late March in Oymyakon, which is the coldest inhabited place on Earth.
Russia's Ring of Fire
The Pacific ring of fire manifests itself in numerous places on the rim of the Pacific Ocean — but nowhere more dramatically than in Russia's Far East. Along one of the world's most active plate boundaries, the Pacific plate subducts under the North American plate and the resulting volcanic and geothermal activity has built a unique and amazing landscape. Upwelling from the deep trenches formed by this action and currents around the many islands creates perfect conditions for seabirds and cetaceans.
Sea lions and birds
This is a truly unique journey in that it travels through a little known and seldom visited region. A region with a rich history and very significant and important wildlife, both terrestrial and marine. There are still discoveries to be made and so for the inquisitive, adventurous and open minded traveller this is a "must do" expedition.
Siberia's Forgotten Coast
Siberia's eastern coastline is undoubtedly one of the most remote and least visited regions of the globe. It is home to several groups of indigenous people, including the Itelmen, Koryak, Even and Chukchi.
Heart of the Kola
Go to the realms where people have for centuries resisted the forces of nature in the mines, where geologists lost their lives in expeditions, where artists and poets sought inspiration, and adventurers challenged their fate.
Your GPS will go crazy here: it will think you have gone 20,000 km in a minute. The new dawns all start here. You can be in both hemispheres at once. Come to this unique spot where the Arctic Circle and the 180th meridian intersect! You will be amazed by local breathtaking landscapes —mountains, ice-covered ocean and endless white tundra. Lifestyle of reindeer herders that will meet you in their camp will change your vision of the world.
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