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Cruises in the heart of the Russian far east allow you to open the door to unknown worlds. Until 1990, the Kamchatka region was closed to foreigners, in order to preserve its ancestral culture and dense fauna. 


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Reykjavík - Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen
Transfer + flight Longyearbyen/Paris
18 nights on board
22/6/2023 to the 10/7/2023

Price is per person, based on double occupancy, based on availability, and subject to change at any time. The category of stateroom to which this price applies may no longer be available.

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Highlights - Russian Arctic

A little known destination, the Russian Arctic has many surprises. Watching cetaceans and brown bears, meeting with the local inhabitants and seeing the most active volcanoes on the planet make up a complete array of activities for an unforgettable cruise. Here are some unmissable activities during a trip to the Russian Arctic.

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Essential - Russian Arctic

Going on a cruise in the Russian far-east, is to undertake a trip to the edge of the world. In the place where the European and American continents almost touch, the harsh conditions of life have taught people how to live with the severe climate and the immense landscapes.

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