Kamchatka peninsular

The Kamchatka peninsula, or Kamchatskaya oblast, sits between the Sea of Okhotsk and the Bering Sea at the far East of Russia, not far from Alaska. Over 200 volcanoes are still forming and altering the landscape which fits the classic description of 'fire and ice'. The forests and rivers host reindeer and wild salmon, among others, adding to the impression of a wild and untouched wilderness adventure.

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