Explore the Pacific Ring of Fire - the Kamchatka Coastline, Kuril Islands & Commander Islands. Rich in human history, this geologically active region is home to a dramatic landscape of stunning volcanoes, geothermic activity & a diverse range of seabirds and whales!
Explore the unique Siberia's eastern coastline as we enter one of the most remote regions in the globe. This amazing 14 day expedition takes you to the beautiful coastline dominated by the volcanoes of Kamchatka in the south, the fiords of what was formally called the Koryak region and the rich estuarine areas and tundra of Chukotka. You'll be introduced to one of the most diverse assemblages of wildlife including brown bears, red fox, along with the region's most iconic species- Spoon-billed Sandpiper, as well as spotting some of the incredible marine mammals from walrus to Beluga whales
Discover the hidden and isolated eastern seaboard of Russia where wilderness and wildlife are protected as one of its most valuable asset of the region. This 13 days expedition takes you on a journey and witness the perfect autumn colours as we cruise from Anadyr to Petropavlovsk- Kamchatskiy. You'll enjoy the onset of autumn paints vibrant colours on the tundra cloaked hillsides making the landscape a picture perfect postcard offering you the most unique opportunities to capture this perfect moment
On this special Chukotka expedition, we will meet the people; see and listen to their stories and learn of their love for and strong connection with the land and sea. We'll celebrate with them at their annual Regatta & Festival before cruising to Wrangel Island
Take part in this exciting adventure across the top of the world as we crosses the Arctic Circle, passing through the pristine Wrangel and Herald Islands and a significant part of the wild North Eastern Siberian coastline. This amazing voyage journeys through to Wrangel Island where we will introduce you to the multitude of Polar Bears as well as the world's largest population of Pacific Walrus. From stunning landscapes to a rich and diverse range of species and wildlife, you'll enjoy capturing the beautiful moments on this unique expedition experience
Journey across the infamous Sea of Okhotsk, and discover the sorrows of 1932-1953, where prisoners were transported across to the Gulags of the Kolyma Goldfields and processed in the town of Magadan. For much of the year, the upper regions of the Sea of Okhotsk remain frozen and inaccessible. On this 12-day voyage, you'll visit this little known and seldom visited region that holds a incredibly rich history and home to magnificent wildlife including the Kamchatka brown bears, Steller's Sea Eagless, Creasted auklets, Arctic ground squirrels and more
Embark on an unforgettable journey aboard Ponant's luxurious Le Boreal ship, where you will discover the wonders of the Arctic. Cross the Polar Circle and meet the abundance of exceptional wildlife - polar bears, Arctic foxes, whales, walruses, Svalbard reindeers and more! Visit few of the safest, greenest and cleanest countries like Norway, Iceland, and Greenland and marvel in the unparalleled landscapes that they offer
This fascinating exploration of the remote Siberian coastline promises rich culture and an astounding wealth of wildlife. Meet indigenous artists known for their intricate walrus ivory carvings, take in dramatic bird cliffs teeming with puffins and
guillemots, then forge farther north, well above the Arctic Circle to Wrangel Island Reserve. Spend several days in this pristine landscape that’s home to the highest density of ancestral polar bear dens, the world’s largest population of Pacific walrus, and an astonishing variety of plant life
Traverse the depth and breadth of the iconic Bering Strait and venture deep into the two distinct worlds it joins. Encounter the rich culture of Provideniya, “the Gateway to the Arctic,” before exploring the Pribilof Islands, a naturalist’s paradise
sometimes referred to as "the Galápagos of the North.” From those lively breeding grounds continue on to explore the dynamic history, culture, and natural wonders of the remote islands along Alaska’s rugged coast
Covering more than 3,800 nautical miles, and nearly circumnavigating the Bering Sea, this wide-ranging voyage explores one of the most rugged and wildlife-rich regions of the planet. Spot coastal brown bears from Katmai National Park to the
Kamchatka Peninsula, search for Steller’s sea eagles along the scenically stunning Zhupanova River and be awed by the abundance and variety of marine mammals and seabirds from the Aleutians to the Commander Islands. Cross the International Date Line sail into the protected waters of Avacha Bay for your exploration in Petropavlosk-Kamchatskiy!