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Yakutia Airlines now operates year-round twice-weekly scheduled service between Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and Tokyo (Narita). Read more...

 



 


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SUMMER 2017
Make Connections Throughout  
RUSSIA
with Yakutia Airlines

Let Yakutia Airlines be your gateway to Russia!  The airline's summer schedule permits travelers from the US to make same-day connections at the gateway cities of Yakutsk and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky to Moscow, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok and other Russian cities.


For Alaska-Kamchatka-Yakutsk flights, schedule and fares,
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WIN A PAIR OF AIR TICKETS TO RUSSIA!
 
    
Submit Your Photos and Win Two Free Round Trip Air Tickets from Anchorage to Kamchatka or Yakutsk!

We are inviting amateur and professional photographers to participate in a photo contest dedicated to the state of Alaska. The aim of the photo contest is to promote Alaska among international tourists as a world-class destination.

Categories: Nature & Outdoors; Local People & Faces; Leisure & Relaxation; Food & Drink.

Deadline: Submit your photos by April 15, 2017. Winners to be announced by April 30, 2017.

 


FROM OUR BLOG: 
 
MY KAMCHATKA PHOTO TRIP
Photo: 56th Parallel
   

"My name is Yanai Bonneh. I live in Ein HaBesor, a cooperative Israeli settlement in the Negev Desert. Few months ago I watched TV at home and saw a movie about Kamchatka on NG channel. I was amazed from the first moment and promise myself that soon I'll be there. Read more...

FEATURED TOURS:

TREKKING TOURS IN KAMCHATKA
 
  Photo: Denis Budkov, Courtesy of the 56th Parallel

Check out 56th Parallel's two trekking tours in Kamchatka:

  • Kamchatka Photo Expedition, 8-21 Aug. 2017. Designed by the famous Russian photographer Denis Budkov, the tour takes you deep into the Kingdom of Fire and Ice to some of the most spectacular sights on the Kamchatka Peninsula. Your aim - to return to "earth" with images of alien landscapes and wild nature worthy of the pages of National Geographic.
  • Trekking volcanoes of Kamchatka, 8-21 Aug. 2017. The tour will get you closer than you ever imagined to the active volcanoes, diverse wildlife and nomad people.

NEW: E-VISA TRAVEL TO EASTERN RUSSIA

  Golden Horn bridge, Vladivostok


Russia has passed a law authorizing issuance of electronic visas for tourists and other visitors traveling to the country's Far East. Single business, tourist and humanitarian electronic visas with an authorized period of stay of up to 8 days will be issued without a consular fee to foreign citizens coming to Russia via border crossings in Vladivostok's "free port" area. Visas will be valid for 30 days. Interested applicants will be able to apply online via the website of Russia's Ministry of International Affairs. E-visa applications will be processed in 4 days.

Foreigners will be able to visit any of five Far Eastern regions where the free port regime is in place - Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories, Sakhalin Region, Chukotka and Kamchatka. Travelers with e-visas will be permitted to travel freely within these regions. Foreign citizens with electronic visas must depart Russia via the border crossings in the Vladivostok free port territory.

Further details on how to apply for e-visas are expected in the near future.

Sources: http://tass.com/economy/934434,
https://themoscowtimes.com/articles/6-places-you-need-to-visit-with-russias-free-far-east-e-visa-57378, http://www.dfo.gov.ru/press/news_DV/1094/ (in Russian)


 
CROSSING THE DATE LINE
RENOWNED RUSSIAN PHOTOGRAPHER 
SLAVA STEPANOV
TRAVELS FROM YAKUTSK TO ALASKA
Flight from Kamchtatka to Alaska

We are used to treating time zones practically - they are important in traveling on long journeys. By forgetting about the time zone, you can be late for your flight or simply "lost in time". We count time zones starting from the Greenwich Meridian - or conventional zero line, "plus" to the east and "minus" to the west. But, since the Earth is round, there is a place where time zones face one another, where "today" meets "tomorrow". This place is called "International Date Line", and it passes over the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

 
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