Lake Baikal Ice Tour
Explore Lake Baikal in winter and discover the world of pure purity and beauty!
It’s time to discover the Lake Baikal ice that you saw on Instagram, Facebook, ads and films! Find numerous CO2 bubbles, skate on the largest ice rink in the world, enjoy bizarre ice forms and unforgettable experience during the Lake Baikal ice tour!
- See what real Russian winter is. Enjoy Taiga forest
- Explore the small village, learn how the locals live in such extreme conditions
- Enjoy ice skating on Baikal lake, the ice is transparent and so beautiful
- Eyewitness CO2 bubbles stuck in the layers of Baikal ice
- Try traditional Siberian cuisine
Let’s our Lake Baikal ice tour begin! Together with your local private guide, you will head to a small Siberian village on the shore of Lake Baikal. On the way you will enjoy the real Siberian Taiga forest, trees covered with snow, sparkling in the sun.
The way will take about 2 hours from Irkutsk. You will learn many surprising stories about locals, the Siberian way of life, and Lake Baikal.
123 km done and you will explore the village and have your first step on the turquoise ice. It’s completely safe. The ice thickness is 6-7 meters!
This is the most amazing ice skating rink in the world. Take your chance! And make your best photos of the year! It will be fun!
Full of happiness and joy you will go to a local cafe to share your emotions and have lunch. Time to try traditional Siberian cuisine. After lunch full of energy, time to come back to Irkutsk and say goodbye to Lake Baikal!
Local English-speaking guide
private car with a driver
snacks on the way
ice skates rent
lunch in a local cafe
Additional food and drinks
shopping for souvenirs
tips for your guide
DepartureBabr Monument, Irkutsk
Departure Time9 a.m.
Dress CodeCasual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat, warm winter clothing.
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