Let us do a trip to the gem of the Russian North—the Vologda Region. We shall visit Ferapontovo, Kirillo-Belozersk and Belozersk. We shall see old Russian villages and submerged churches.
This is a travel in Sahara desert where we visit old Berber fortresses. We follow the traditional caravan that find his route between sandy dunes, stony plateaus and canyons. We will reach the areas where no usual tourist comes.
The Solovetsky islands, or Solovki, are part of Russia’s history, culture and faith. For centuries this area was the bulwark of our country on the shores of the White Sea. Northern woods are hiding the Kremlin built using huge boulders, monastic cells, “Babylons” made by the Saami, and what is remaining of GULAG bunkhouses.
6-days treking in Keli Plateau, in the land of lakes with the clearest water, mountain peaks and alpine meadows. We will visit city of Tskhival and Tyr Monastery also.
Northern Scotland is a unique place in Europe where pristine wild nature still exists which humans have not changed yet. It is not by accident that candidates for SAS, the British Special Forces, undergo their training here.
This is a starting survival course based on biological station located on Valday elevation. Here you will hear stories about Russian forest, about animals that live there and about his master, brown bear.
This is a course for those who decided to sharp one's skills of survival in real terms of wild nature having no equipment but a knife.
White Sea coast of the Kola Peninsula is famous for its ancient labyrinths created by the Sami (Laplanders), its fishing tonyá hamlets founded by the Pomors and its old wooden churches that were built by the monks from the Solovetsky islands.
Mauritania—this means experiencing the Sahara desert, seeing both Tuaregs dressed in blue clothes, uninhabited Atlantic coast and ancient clay fortresses which for thousands of years were guarding caravan routes leading from Black Africa to the Mediterranean.