Valley of Geysers, Uzon volcanic caldera
Flight to the Valley of Geysers, the Kronotsky Nature Reserve. On the way, we’ll fly over two volcanoes: Karymsky and Maly Semyachik (flight duration: 1.5 hours). A walking tour of the Valley of Geysers, an amazing natural phenomenon. Geysers, hot springs, mud pools, thermal fields, waterfalls, and lakes — all Kamchatka’s major landmarks in one fantastic place. Flight to Uzon volcanic caldera, a natural laboratory demonstrating various geological processes of Planet Earth. Flight to Nalychevsky hot springs and bathing.
One of the most stunning places on the peninsula. Shoals of salmon come to spawn in this lake, so its shores are home to the largest population of brown bears in Russia. You will observe dozens of animals in the wild. On the way to the lake, you will explore Ksudach volcanic caldera and bathe in Khodutkinsky hot springs. Khodutkinsky springs are considered to have health benefits as they contain large amounts of silicic acid.
Khangar is an active volcano in Central Kamchatka that rises to 2,000 metres. The last eruption occurred over 500 years ago. The enormous crater, a few kilometres across, is filled with water which forms a 150-metre-deep picturesque lake with two small islands. You will also fly to Timonovsky hot springs whose waters will help you relax and unwind after a busy tour.