SEA JOURNEY TO THE YAMSKY ISLANDS IN THE OKHOTSK SEA. OBSERVATION OF SEABIRDS AND BEARS IN THE WILDLAND.

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SEA JOURNEY TO THE YAMSKY ISLANDS IN THE OKHOTSK SEA.

OBSERVATION OF SEABIRDS AND BEARS IN THE WILDLAND.

1. Theme

SIGHTSEEING & FIRST SIGHT

CRUISES & WATER TRIPS

ACTIVITIES ADVENTURES EXTREME

NATURE

GASTRONOMY

2. Region, city, itinerary

Magadan

3. Seasonality

May - September

4. The complexity, style of the tour

Moderate

Expedition Cruise

Wildlife watching and trekking

Soft adventure

5. Accommodation

Aboard a ship

6. Number of days

10-12 days

7. Number of people

4-8 people

8. Booking conditions

3-6 weeks before the tour start

 

The Yamskie Islands - a unique route along the picturesque coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk includes: historical sites associated with the great discoverers of the Russian North, wild animal reserves, unplanned encounters with Killer whales and Blue whales, exploring the beautiful shores of the Koni and Pyagin Peninsulas. The archipelago reserve rookeries of sea animals and nests of millions of birds is considered to be the crown of travel to the Yamskie Islands. Scientists call the Yamskie Islands - The Phenomenon of Northern Pacific.

The Yamsky Islands program includes a passage to the Kony Peninsula, a visit to the Odyan State Wildlife Refuge - one of the places with the highest number of brown bears in Russia. On the route it is easy to meet up to ten brown bears per day, grazing on the grass, fishing or just going about their business. On the island of Umar there is a huge bird colony where many different seabirds nest. Here you can see guillemots, hatchets, mortgages, eyeglass scraper and the ubiquitous gulls and cormorants. Almost every year a pair of Steller's sea eagles nests here.

The next passage is to the archipelago of the Yamskiy Islands and its detailed inspection. The route lies along the coast of the Kony and Pyagin Peninsulas. The surroundings of the peninsulas are abound in picturesque reliefs, cliffs and waterfalls. Wild animals are found on the shores. Primordial nature and absence of traces of human activity will amaze you.

 

The tour is carried out on an ice-class passenger ship LED-20, project 1462. It has a power reserve for a month, and a capacity of 9 passengers (shower, toilet included), cabins with a TV, two decks with everything for a comfortable stay. The ship speed ​​is 12-14 knots,draft is 2 m. This vessel, at one time, left the polar settlement of Chersky, passed through Cape Dezhnev to find a new home port in Magadan and is now permanently located there.

 

Day 1 In the morning, transfer to the port and boarding the ship. The first crossing is up to 10 hours to the Koni Peninsula. Trekking along the Okhotsk coast, observing wildlife. Overnighting on the ship.

Day 2 Landing on a peninsula in a motor boat, hiking along the peninsula, bear watching. In the evening, return to the ship. Overnighting on the ship.

Day 3. Transfer to the Yamskie Islands. Hiking around the islands. Round-trip of the islands, visiting rookeries, bird colonies, photographing. Overnighting on the ship.

Day 4. A trip around the islands, visiting rookeries, bird colonies, photographing. Night transfer to Magadan.

Day 5. Arrival in the port of Magadan.


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