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  • Departure 14-20 of February

Small group tour to Winter Lake Baikal

Join this tour to see snow, ice and warm-hearted and hospitable people

Quick Details

  • Dates: 14-20 of February 2022
  • Departure from: Irkutsk, Russia
  • Dress Code: Winter warm clothing (for -15, -20 C dry climate). Winter shoes, warm hat.
From :
$ 2450

Experience the real Siberian winter!

​Winter is a special time to visit Russia. But we suggest you go even further and to tour Siberia in winter, the magnificent lake Baikal. This small group tour will allow you to experience the best during your visit from 14-20th of February 2022. Accompanied by our local guide during the whole way you will feel welcomed and indulged into the culture.

The proverb says – there is no bad weather, there is bad clothes. Founders of ExploRussia are all native Siberians, so we invite you to take on the proper winter clothes and explore what probably you have never seen before: endless snowy landscapes, famous blue transparent ice of Lake Baikal, silence of nature and sleeping Baikal. These all combined with the real adventure: ride by snowmobiles, Russian UAZ jeeps, ice-skating and trekking.

This tour is a wonderful chance to enjoy incomparable nature, emerge into the real life of the local people and try Siberian specialties.

 

Tour Highlights:

  • Take a closer look at Irkutsk – the city of old churches, merchants’ glory and lovely old wooden houses
  • Learn about the local species and get the first taste of what Baikal is like in Listvyanka village
  • Hit the historical Baikal Railroad by snowmobiles and be inspired with the history of the place
  • Explore Olkhon island – the pearl of the lake and the keeper of its true spirit
  • Spend the day exploring North of Olkhon island by Russian UAZ jeeps
  • Experience ice-skating on lake Baikal next to Khaboy cape
  • Get a glimpse of Buddhist and Buryat culture while visiting the Buddhist Eruption Chapel and trying some delicious Buryat cuisine.
  • Be charmed by Siberian hospitality, small villages, and local people
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