In the far east of Russia, the Kamchatka Peninsula stands on the Pacific’s ‘Rim of Fire’ – volcanoes and all. Spanning nearly half a million square kilometres, and virtually untouched by human development, it represents one of the most flourishing wilderness tracts in the world. Such is the ruggedness of the terrain, that you will be transported by chartered helicopters.
As part of a small, private group, you will be fully immersed in this breath-taking wilderness.
On this remarkable tour, you will capture mesmerising close-up photos of large, brown bears, as well as dramatic landscape images and even photos of marine life in Avacha Bay.
This exciting new adventure with Ken will sell out very quickly! Places are strictly limited, so you will need to act quickly to avoid missing out. To secure your place, you only need to pay a $1,000 deposit. Your final payment will be due next year.
The Kamchatka expedition has been organised by Glenn McKimmin of Fotoworkshops – by photographers, for photographers. You will be in the right place at the right time, so you don’t miss a shot.
Tour Dates: 29 August to 4 September 2020
Tour Price: $A 12,500 per person, twin share
Deposit: A deposit of $A 1,000 is required to secure your booking.
What’s Included: All accommodation on a twin share basis, best possible transport, including M18 Helicopters (Kamchatka), all meals, English-speaking guides, park entry fees and tips.
What’s not included: International flights, Visas, travel insurance, alcoholic drinks, laundry and items of a personal nature.
Don’t miss your opportunity to join Ken Duncan on this once in a lifetime experience.
Go here now for booking information and to download your detailed itinerary.
If photographing wild brown bears in their natural habitat sounds exciting, then this is the trip for you!