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7 Reasons to Visit the Russian Far East Now

This summer, the Russian Far East is more accessible to US travelers than ever before. Here are just a few reasons why you should discover this intriguing land for yourself: It’s Close Take Yakutia Airlines’ flight from Alaska to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky! Russia’s Kamchatka is just a 4.5 hour flight from Anchorageб and just 3 hours further lies Yakutsk. Check out schedules …

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Kamchatka’s Hotsprings

Kamchatka’s volcanic peninsula is home to many accessible hotsprings, some remain wild while some have been tamed and made into resorts complete with pools. Three spots for a hot soak come to mind when thinking about a visit to Kamchatka: Nalychevo Nature Park, Timonovsky hotsprings and Paratunka Valley. Nalychevo Nature Park Part of the Volcanoes of Kamchatka, Nalychevo Nature Park …

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Destination: Khabarovsk and the Trans-Siberian Railroad

With the resumption of non-stop Yakutia Airlines flights from Anchorage to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, it opens up the endless possibilities of outdoor adventure and cultural exploration in the Russian Far East. Khabarovsk Flights are available from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky to Khabarovsk, a picturesque river city on the confluence of the Amur and Ussuri Rivers. It’s only a short three-hour flight. Khabarovsk is the second …

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Why go to Kamchatka now?

Interpacific Aviation & Marketing Inc. (AirRussia.US) attended the Travel and Adventure Show in the Bay Area some time ago to promote air travel and tourism to the Kamchatka Peninsula and Russia’s Far East. We discovered two things: we were likely the most exotic destination at the show and the excitement about air service to this remote region was overwhelming. It …

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Russia’s Far East: Immense Flyfishing Frontier beyond Alaska By Rene Limeres

A new fly fishing frontier of great promise has been quietly developing in the last twenty years, unbeknownst to many.  Located virtually at America’s back door, only a few hours by plane from Anchorage, Alaska, Russia’s Far East- immense, mystiqueful and misunderstood, holds a universe of opportunity that has been barely tapped.  Most of its hinterlands remain totally unspoiled and …

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Plan Your Vacation to the Russian Far East and Siberia

If you want to visit Russia’s most exotic places with endless opportunities to explore one of the world’s most dramatic landscapes, unique wildlife, native cultures and hospitality, consider spending your vacation in Siberia and the Russia Far East. Kamchatka The Kamchatka Peninsula, just across the Bering Sea from Alaska, is one of the world’s most pristine and awe-inspiring wild places. …

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Direct Flights Reopen Kamchatka Peninsula to Alaskans by Rene E. Limeres

Imagine if you will, all you Alaskans (and Outsiders) who flock to the Kenai each summer, if the Peninsula jutted some 750 miles into the North Pacific, and was the size of Nevada. Picture a rugged spine of ancient mountains running up its center, with hundreds of swift, sparkling trout streams rising from either side to make their way down …