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The Kamatchka Peninsula is billed potentially as "Russia's Yellowstone". The peninsula is home to 414 glaciers, more than 100 volcanoes, 29 of them active, 20 climate zones, 300 geysers and 100,000 lakes. The peninsula is home to five parks and reserves on the UN's natural heritage list. It was opened to the world after the 1991 breakup of the Soviet Union and "in theory" is a "source of vital tourist income."


These are the tours that you can take part in:
Mutnovky and Goryely Volcanoes Route
Circle Tolbachik to Bezymyanniy and Zimina Volcanoes
Grand Kamchatka Tour 2001
Backpacking in the Kronotskiy Zapovednik (Preserve)
2001 Ski Tour Avachinskoe Lake to Timonovskiy Hot Springs
Kamchatka by Land, Air, and Sea 2001
Capercaillie Mating Dance (Black Birds with Red Eyebrows)
Also check out the following:
Volunteer opportunities at Kamchatka

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