Every year the Solovetsky Islands attract thousands of tourists and pilgrims from all over the world. This is a unique archipelago in the White Sea that combines picturesque landscapes with a cascade of magnificent architectural monuments and legendary history; it is rightfully called the Pearl of the White Sea area. The Solovetsky Historical and Cultural Complex is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Solovetsky labyrinths are of great importance as an archaeological site. About 40 labyrinths were discovered on the shores of the White Sea, over 30 of them on the Solovetsky Islands of the Arkhangelsk Region. The pearl of the Islands is the world's northernmost botanical garden.
The Solovetsky Islands are a place where amazing northern nature and living history, masterpieces of architecture and an austere monastic order are seamlessly balanced. Many of those who have already visited the Solovetsky islands note their incredible magnetism. After exploring the Islands, you will want to visit them again.
Ten-day rafting with a visit to the Buredan waterfallThe Komi Republic 10 days RUB 40,000
This unique all-inclusive rafting programme in the wilderness of northern Karelia is offered only six times a year, during the summer season.The Republic of Karelia 4 days RUB 13,990
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