Most parts of the natural area of Kamchatka are carefully protected by the government. Animals feel safe in the secure locations, and it makes it possible to observe them in their native habitat at close distance and at close range.
Volcanoes, the mountains, passes, nature parks
The Kamchatka peninsula is situated between tectonic plates in an area of active volcanism where today’s natural processes and our planet’s history are uniquely combined.
The ocean, lakes, rivers and hot springs
Water is life, and in Kamchatka this life is boiling and bubbling over. Our peninsula is surrounded by water - by the Sea of Okhotsk to the West and by the Bering Sea and the Pacific ocean to the East.
From centuries past and through present time, come and explore the cultural heritage of Kamchatka.