The cuisine of the peoples of Chukotka is centred around three main ingredients.
Whale meat, ethnographic relics and an inaccessible lake
Over hills and valleys
Settlement with dinosaurs and military personnel
The cuisine of the peoples of Chukotka is centred around three main ingredients.
Kolymskoye settlement is situated on the Kolyma River bank, opposite the mouth of the Omolon River.
The airfield and Chokurdakh settlementRead
Onsky Biological Nature Reserve
Trip to the Nenets State Nature Reserve
Brief training for aspiring reindeer herders
The town of Polyarnye Zori is situated between lakes Imandra and Pinozero, 224 km away from Murmansk.
Family-friendly Ski ResortRead
Pomor heritage meets modernity
Extreme tourism for fans of the real Arctic
Umba, mon amour!
One of the northernmost settlements of the Russian Federation, the Khatanga settlement, retains its status as the most important stronghold in the polar region.
Tiksi is Yakutia's most important transport hub.
What to see in the city founded in 1526Read
What is there to see at the edge of the world?
Visiting Old Believers in the Komi Republic
How to experience wildlife comfortably?
Many places in the Arkhangelsk Region are closely connected to the history of the Russian Orthodox Church.
There is a unique tourism industry in the Murmansk Region, based on the seasonal migration of whales.
A three-stage waterfall on the Halmeryu RiverRead
An Arctic nature reserve for fearless hikers
A celebration of life and the sun in Yakutia
Remains of ancient giants on the banks of a Yakut river
Arctic tourism is an adventure in itself, and when travelling far away from home, it can be compared to a small feat.
The beginning of the 20th century has mercilessly crippled the Russian North.
The abandoned settlement named Rudnik is home to geologists and prisoners.Read
Arkhangelsk Regional Lore Museum: 185 years it keeps the history for future generations
Petrovsky Yam and its long history
Tourism for the strong of mind and body
The Laptev Sea is an unmerciful place.
Russian Arctic exploration dates back way further than the times of fearless seafarers who braved the icy seas, hardy dogsled mushers, and heroic scientists who floated on floes of ice.
Norilsk surroundings for tourists and business travellersRead
The home of reindeer and beavers in Russian Lapland
Arctic Eldorado of Russian pioneers
Kuzova Archipelago is a unique world of Karelian megaliths
Birdwatching is an amateur ornithology that is increasingly gaining popularity as an outdoor activity.
Everything, however, is measured against the clock—Gydansky National Park is still a place that only a select few can reach. Located in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area, it has become home to nomadic Nenets and Enets tribes, and for the tourist, it is a beautiful, enticing and hard-to-reach place
The famous Whale Alley — Chukotka's unique archaeological siteRead
The northernmost mountain in the Komi Republic, rafting on a polar river and the remains of an ancient sea in the middle of the tundra
The harsh and beautiful archipelago of Novaya Zemlya
A Quest for Food for Thought and Spirit in Murmansk
The Kolyuchin Island hardly ever notices people.
The nature reserves of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area are wild, desolate lands that retained their pristine beauty.
Picking berries and fishing in the ArcticRead
The White Sea is a unique place where the developed tourist infrastructure coexists with a sense of the wild Arctic
The world's deepest lakelet, spruce, moss and mountains near the Arctic Circle
The art and history of the Far East's most Arctic region
Taimyr Peninsula is known for its harsh and rich nature.
The Murmansk Region has the northernmost point in the Arctic where trees grow.
What do the ghosts of Mount Vottovaara say?Read
What attracts tourists to the open-air museum Sami village in the Murmansk region
The village of Kimzha in the Arkhangelsk Region is a place where old Russian traditions and wooden houses with centuries of history still exist to this day
The main tourist attraction of Lake Vivi is its southeastern shore, where the geographical centre of the Russian Federation is located
Forgetting the hustle and bustle of the city and going to the edge of the world is the dream of many travellers.
On 2 August 1933, the construction of the White Sea-Baltic Waterway was completed.
The history of the vanished town that played one of the key roles in the exploration of the Russian NorthRead
Take a trip to the first and only nature reserve of the Nenets Autonomous Area
The Pinega Caves are one of the most mysterious places in the Arkhangelsk region
Why Seidozero on the Kola Peninsula attracts tourists, mystics and explorers
The article below tells about the origin of the White Sea petroglyphs.
What rules to follow when visiting the ArcticRead
Chyskhaan, the lord of the cold from Yakutia, settled in one of the coldest places on Earth
Kite stations in the Arctic
The best winter fishing spots in the Far North
Are you dreaming of learning how to ride a snowmobile and travel on this type of transport? Then head to the Arctic.
The magician Yamal Iri, the Yamal counterpart of Ded Moroz and Santa Claus, is not only a fairy tale character beloved by local children, but also a cool tourist brand.
The Snow Village is the largest snow construction project in RussiaRead
Arctic destinations for skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts
A guide to unusual restaurants of the Arctic and an introduction to the unique Arctic menu
Where and when to see one of the most spectacular atmospheric phenomena
St. Petersburg begins to offer guided tours of Arctic destinations
Need the perfect place for an Arctic photoshoot?Read
Sights that you can reach on foot in a town above the Arctic Circle
The top 5 most unusual hotels in the Arctic
Exploring the Komi Republic
Norilsk is an unusual city. It is located in the Far North of Russia, in the tundra, above the Arctic Circle.
The settlement of Kalevala is located in the north of Karelia, close to the Russian border with Finland, on the shores of picturesque Middle Kuito lake
You don't have to go to Italy or Thailand to get a new culinary experienceRead
Sights to see in the Arctic regions that comprise “the Silver Necklace” of Russia
Where and how movies about the Arctic were shot
How a mining community on the island of Spitsbergen became a popular travel destination in the Russian Arctic
The Nadezhda sledge dog race is an important event for the people of Chukotka
Seeing a whale is like catching sight of a creature from another world, mysterious and enigmatic
Traditional Arctic cuisineRead
The best spots to hunt for the northern lights
Where can you go to see the midnight sun?
Here, we will tell you about the major sights of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region
Glamping has been actively developing in Russia over the last couple of years.
Until you step foot on the landscape for the first time, it's hard to imagine just how unforgiving the northern climate can be
The Arctic in the wintertime: where to go and what to seeRead
Oymyakon is the coldest inhabited place on Earth
Traveling to prayerful places, walking through ancient labyrinths and meeting with belugas
Who gives the symbol of cold to Father Christmas, how to hear the 'whisper of the stars' and where to find the phoenix of the North
The Taymyr Peninsula occupies a huge part of the area in the northern Krasnoyarsk Territory
The nature of the Komi Republic is so unique that more than two hundred nature reserves and protected areas have been created here
On the Yamal Peninsula, waterfalls tumble down rocks of real jade. At any moment, a huge 'black hole' may burst open in the middle of the tundraRead
Who built a medieval city in the middle of the tundra
Who built the Chukotka 'Stonehenge', and how many patients visit the world's biggest 'birth centre' for polar bears?
The highest mountain, the tallest waterfall, a miniature Lake Baikal, and UNESCO-protected ancient petroglyphs. What other hidden treasures await you in arctic Karelia?
In 2019, 1,17 mln tourists went to conquer the Russian Far North
The Arctic is one of the few pristine areas that remain on earth
The culture of peoples of the ArcticRead
Hunting shaped the lifestyle of the Arctic coast residents
People cannot survive in tundra without reindeer
The Putorana Plateau remains a blank space on the tourist map
The name of the Yamal Peninsula means "End of the Land" in the language of its indigenous inhabitants, the Nenets
Naryan-Mar unites traditions of the Russian North and indigenous peoples
Port city in the ice-free Kola Bay receives cargo and welcomes tourists all year roundRead
An ancient city in the mouth of the Northern Dvina preserves traditions of the Pomor culture
Technologies coexist with traditions
The capital of Chukotka is an islet of civilisation surrounded by pristine Arctic nature
A large-scale modernisation is about to start in Novy Urengoy Airport
A unique cableway planned for construction in Anadyr will connect the city with Ugolnye Kopi settlement
Norilsk surprises tourists with beautiful architecture and natural landmarksRead