Vulkan Tours, Kamchatka

Fishing with Vulcan Tours in Kamchatka

Fishing with Vulcan Tours in Kamchatka

Kamchatka is a magnificent land with unusual and beautiful natural surroundings. Kamchatka is the place for real nature lovers who measure their impressions not by hotel service and restaurant meals but by something more valuable – the beauty of nature.

Volcanoes, 28 of them active and 160 dormant plus hot springs and the Valley of Geysers are only a small part of those wonders that will leave even the most curious of travellers excited. You can meet here different animals, birds, rare plants and, fish. And what fish! Fishermen feel like in paradise! There are plenty of different kinds of Salmon,Grayling, Char, Rainbow Trout, Steelhead and other fish in the Kamchatka rivers.

Our team came together by good fortune because of love of travel, adventure and Kamchatka’s beautiful wilderness. In recent years we all have been avid outdoorsmen gaining our experience on the rivers and mountains of Kamchatka, Altai, Tuva, Tyan-Shan, Caucasus, and the Urals. We all are welded together in friendship, reliability, a passion for adventure and hunger for discovery.

In the late 1980s we received our first visitors from the Baltic States, East Germany and Czechoslovakia. In 1991 we were the first on Kamchatka to offer a fishing tour for American, Italian, Australian and Russian guests. Our guides have learned well the secrets of fishing on many rivers of our peninsula. Our team is friendly, cheerful and resourceful, guys who passionately love their work. It’s warm and homey, cozy and enjoyable on our trips.

Travel with us gives you many unexpected and unusual experiences leaving you with unforgettable impressions of happy times, luck in fishing, and hearty companionship. Our guests become our friends forever, as it should be, many return to us for a 2nd and 3rd time.

Kamchatka is unusually beautiful and generous with miracles!

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