Kamchatka for the thrifty: 5 easy ways you can save money

Kamchatka is an expensive destination, really (since it’s a peninsula in far-eastern Russia, geographically near Japan and away from the beaten tourist tracks). It costs a lot of money to travel to remote places so you can enjoy its amazing nature. Roaring geysers, breathtaking tundras, fire-spewing volcanoes – all of this is great, but what if you don’t have the money? Well, it will be a tough call, but there are still some awesome places to see that won’t break your bank account. If you do it right.

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End of the world? 7 excellent reasons to visit Kamchatka

Kamchatka is a destination for the brave – no doubt about that!

  • It’s far away (and I mean, as in VERY far, though it depends on where you are currently on the map, of course)
  • This place is only available for tourism a few months a year (usually in summer)
  • Travelling here is expensive (and believe me when I say that what you pay for the flight ticket is still nothing compared to the expenses for some of the excursions!

But -believe me when I say this as a person who has lived in Kamchatka for 30+ years – Kamchatka is still one of the most amazing places on Earth and definitely worth seeing! I’ve made an overview about Kamchatka that travelicious.world graciously published – and I’ve found at least 7 great reasons for you to visit the end of the world. Click on the link to see them all:

7 excellent reasons for you to come to Kamchatka

And stay tuned for more articles and reviews – including travelling around Kamchatka on a tight budget!

My Etsy shop

Just opened my etsy shop today! Wasn’t that easy, but I’m excited) You can also see my latest kamchatka themed felt quiet book for kids on the listings!

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One day in the life of a Kamchatka girl

Kamchatka. I bet you read the word over a second time. I can almost see your facial expression. The frown, the puzzlement. Where the heck is Kamchatka? It’s okay to say it aloud. You can’t know everything. I hear this question ten times a day whenever I travel abroad.

The Koryak volcano stands proud sentinel just 40 kilometers away from the city
The Koryakskiy volcano stands proud sentinel just 40 kilometers away from the city

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