An Adventure With Bears And Volcanoes - Kamchatka

Feb 23, 2016, 08:40 ET from Unusual Expedition

SINGAPORE, Feb. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Located in the Russian Far East, lies a stunning peninsula with a high density of active volcanoes and exceptional congregation of brown bears.

Kamchatka has only started opening its doors to tourism in 1990, which makes it a relatively untraversed and remote region. If going on an expedition to areas that are pretty much untouched by the backwash of tourism, this is the place for you.

How many times have you caught yourself scrolling through countless photographs and articles of traveling on your mobile phone, wishing that this trip of a lifetime were yours? Add up the total amount of time you spent doing that each day, you can be trekking through this amazing peninsula and looking upon one of the greatest beauty of natures.

With an astounding total of 160 volcanoes on this fish-shaped region, 29 of which are currently active ones, it is no wonder that this extraordinary destination is known as the "Land of Fire and Ice". The magnificent mingling of active volcanoes and glaciers comes together to give us an artistry landscape of beauty that is bound to overwhelm you with its grandeur. Once you've set foot here, you can feast your eyes on this gorgeous sight and take in a luxurious breath of mountainous air.

Lake Kuril – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a freshwater crater lake with an abundance of salmon fishes and teeming with furry brown bears going about their day. Observing bear activities are conducted with experienced park rangers to ensure our safety. Exploring around, we spotted several brown bears tranquilly hunting for salmon in the lake. It was an incredible sight, seeing these brown bears put their muzzles into the water and pouncing after a few moments of tracking fishes. They would then sit up with a salmon caught between their teeth and start contentedly munching.

Unusual Expedition is a travel agency based in Singapore that covers exotic tours and conduct photography workshops and courses on the ground. Their next trip to Kamchatka will be in 1st September 2016. We will be covering Tolbachik, Mutnovsky, Uzon and Lake Kuril in 18 days. Inclusive of 4 helicopter flights and land tour by 6WD truck.

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