Siberia's Forgotten Coast: Kamchatka Coast

“Far exceeded expectations ”

“From the moment we left Avacha Bay and a Tufted Puffin appeared out of the fog, we knew it was going to be a special trip. In those 2 weeks were spectacular views of Steller's Sea Eagle, multiple sightings of Brown Bears (safely from our zodiac!), and amazingly curious walruses. Not forgetting the thousands of seabirds, and seeing Orcas and other whales from the deck. Rodney runs a tight ship but we all appreciated it out in this remote part of the Pacific. The accommodation was comfortable and the food was excellent. The expedition staff made sure we all had great experiences. The birdwatchers' icing on the cake was seeing the Spoon-billed Sandpiper at its nesting ground in glorious summer plumage. The trip far exceeded expectations and we felt very privileged to be able to be part of it.”

Barbara and David

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