Eastern Crimea is a realm of the steppes where ancient Greeks established the Bosporan kingdom. The boundary between nomadic and the settled societies known as the Cimmerian Wall was erected to extend, north to south, for about 40 km. We shall take a trip from the Azov Sea to the Black Sea.
We cross the Ural Mountains from Europe to Asia, heading to the east from Perm kray to Sverdlov region. This route was firstly passed by Russian Cossacks in XVI-XVII centuries.
Through taiga forest, our expedition follows the route along the biggest Lake of the country, Khubsugul. We walk the steppes where the herds of Genghis-Khan firstly appeared.
We are going by many small rivers thar carry their waters into great Amazon. We will camp in primary tropical forest. Finally We will reach area where caymans, anakondas and pirania live. And there is no people.
We shall walk over the best hiking trails, climb the highest mountain, reach the most beautiful waterfalls and the steep, vertical cliffs of the Faroe archipelago.
This is one of the best hiking routes across central Armenia. We shall ascend from the ancient Ghegard monastery along the Garni gorge towards Geghama highland. There we shall admire ancient volcanoes: Azhdahak, Aknasar, Shishtepe. Towards the end of the route we shall descend to lake Sevan which is called “Armenian Sea”.
Indonesia is the whole world in itself. There are hundreds of islands, tens of cultures, peoples still living in Stone Age and Computer Era the same time. There are many volcanos, beaches and ancient cities.
This trip will lead us to the Vottovaara Mountain, a holy place for the ancient Saami people. Mysterious Seyda stones and altars, cliffs and lakes. We will find ourselves in prehistoric, otherworldly realms…
We shall go on a walking tour to one of the most rigorous, yet most beautiful areas in the European part of Russia—the Khibiny Mountains. It is located north of the Arctic Circle, and summer lasts only two months here.
During the seven days of the trek we shall pass by Maly Vudyavr Lake, Petrelius and Rischorr mountain passes, Marchenko Peak and ascend Yudychvumchorr, the highest mountain in the European north of Russia (1201 m).