Explore Primorye - Private Tour Operator in Vladivostok, Russia | tourHQ

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    5 hour Vladivostok historic highlights tour

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    Story Telling Tour

    Learn about the rich military history of this city- Vladivostok, which is also the home to the Russian Pacific Fleet. See the ...

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About Company!

We really love the place we live in – Primorye – and we want to share its magical beauty with you!

Primorye is the southernmost province in the Russian Far East. The biodiversity here is so rich, that a part of the region – Sikhote-Alin mountain range – was designated as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Our region is home to 5 of the 6 Flagship Species, identified for North-East Asia by UNESCAP. These endangered and important species are Siberian Tiger, Amur Leopard, White-naped Crane, Hooded Crane and Black-faced Spoonbill. 

When you travel to Primorye, you’ll see the beauty of Russian nature and enjoy uninhabited and wild areas. Get to know the famous russian Taiga, visit the islands of the Peter the Great Bay and watch the spotted seals and birds in the Far Eastern Marine Biosphere Nature reserve.

We are working hard to find and develop the best routes for ecotours in Primorye, so you can see all this unique nature with your own eyes and fall in love with it, as many people do. The routes can be of varying difficulty, length and with different conditions. We are matching everyone’s needs by creating a variety of tours in Primorye, and constantly developing new and interesting routes.

  • TourHQ ID: RU52088

  • Private Tours Operator in: Vladivostok

  • Languages spoken by our guides: English, Russian

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August 2021
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