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Losiny Ostrov (Elk Island) Park has been famous for a long time, by the way, it is the only national park located within the boundaries of Moscow.


A trip to the Great Arctic Nature Reserve can interest only a sophisticated tourist, a kind gourmet, or a fan of eco-holidays who got tired of sunny beaches. The Reserve is located beyond the Arctic Circle - on the Taimyr Peninsula and small islands with permafrost which can only be reached by air. However, the impressions acquired even during one trip will definitely be enough for a lifetime.


How many shades of emerald can you think of? This question involuntarily arises as you walk along the edge of the Ruskeala canyon and see the amazingly beautiful lake flickering with various shades and changing colors with each step, enhancing the sense of unreality of things around.


A distinctive feature of this protected area is that it was possible to gather the most complete collection of plants and trees on a relatively small area in this region of the Russian Plain, accommodate a huge number of mammals, fish and birds, many of which have long been listed as endangered species not only in the Russian Federation, but also around the world.


All pedestrian ecological routes of Baikal are combined into a single system - The Great Baikal Trail. The project provides a large selection of hiking trails throughout the Baikal region. But three main routes are deservedly considered the most comfortable, interesting and picturesque.


The park is a beautiful corner of Kamchatka with a developed natural ecosystem practically unaffected by human activities. The recognized pearls of the park are the crater of the Mutnovsky volcano, the Khodutkin springs and the caldera of the Ksudach volcano.


Khibiny are a part of the territory called Lapland. That same Lapland where Niels was flying with the geese. That same Lapland, the domain of the Snow Queen. Besides, of course, the Khibiny are a country of forests and streams.


Klyuchevsky Natural Park is the youngest park and one of the most beautiful natural parks in Kamchatka. Its territory is called the land of Fire and Ice.


Nalychevo is a very popular tourist area, because of its close location to Elizovo and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. The surrounding places have lots of cold and thermal springs.


The Bystrinsky Natural Park is included in the Kamchatka Volcanoes World Heritage site. It is located in the center of the Kamchatka peninsula.


Kamchatka has two wildlife reserves: Oleniy Dol and South Kamchatsky.


The map of the peninsula has virtually no blank spaces. Travelers cross the peninsula in all directions, the routes of many groups have passed the areas that were previously considered inaccessible.


The solemn opening of the Zauralysky Forest eco-trail was held at the eponymous specially protected natural complex of local significance. The Zauralysky Forest protected natural complex was established in 2017.


The blue lakes of Kamchatka is a natural park, which is very popular among tourists during all seasons. However, the most unforgettable view opens here when ice-flows begin to melt.


Kamchatka is full of exotics. Those who have visited this amazing place, fall in love with it at first sight. We will tell you what kind of souvenirs to bring from the peninsula of volcanoes, which will remind of your best impressions and experiences there.


There are several protected areas in Kamchatka: three reserves, five natural parks and two wildlife reserves. Kronotsky Reserve is one of the largest and most famous Kamchatka Reserves.


Although we live in a developed society and in the age of high technologies, there are still many places that have not been studied and investigated thoroughly. Such places are called abnormal. Scientists and specialists in various fields try to solve the riddles of these places, but all efforts are vain. There are several abnormal zones in Russia.


The Republic of Karelia is located in the north-west of Russia. In the west, Karelia borders on Finland, in the south - on the Leningrad and Vologda regions, in the north - on the Murmansk region, and in the east - on the Arkhangelsk region. The distinctiveness of Karelia is also determined by the cultural heritage of four indigenous peoples living in this region: the Karelians, Finns, Vepsians, and Russians who created a unique culture here.


Koryak Reserve is not engaged in special tourist activities. But, nevertheless, it has several not very long routes.


In addition to world-known historical sites on the territory of the archipelago, there are many natural objects of interest.


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