17 years on the tourism market
The federal register number 015904
Fishing on the Bystraya river
The Bystraya river is located in the central part of Kamchatka peninsula and flows to its western coast. This river is one of the most accessible and interesting for fishing and rafting. The route of about 100 km runs through virgin nature areas. On the river there are a lot of good fishing spots with deep and wide waters where fish going spawning has a rest. Fishing will be arranged both from the river bank and from floating rafts.
1st day. Arrival at the airport. Driving to Malki village to the upper reaches of the Bystraya River (145km). Starting rafting and fishing. Camping for the night.
2-3-4-5-6th day. Fishing and rafting. The river runs through majestic mountains of the Sredinny mountain ridge forming rapids, though quite secure even for beginners. Super wildlife and scenery. Camping for the nights.
7th day. The end of rafting and fishing. Driving back to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (160km). Accommodation at a hotel (DBL), rest. Strolls along the city.
8th day. Visiting the fish market. Transfer to the airport.
group 10 and more - 52000 rubles per person
8 persons - 56000 rubles,
6 persons - 59000 rubles,
4 persons - 76000 rubles,
2 persons - 84000 rubles,
1. Full board for the "fishing" part of the tour.
2. Guide service for the whole tour.
3. Base-camp equipment (tents, rafts etc.).
4. Transportation (bus, automobile).
5. Accommodation at a hotel.
6. Visa support.
7. Charge for fishing licenses.
1. Purchase of alcoholic drinks.
2. Lunches and dinners at a hotel. (200-250 rubles in a cafe), (300-500 rubles in a restaurant)
1) tackle for fishing
2) a bag or backpack for personal items
3) sleeping bag
4) waders (pants Brodnya) or waders
5) removable shoes for camp (sneakers or boots)
6) personal care items, hair accessories
7) waterproof jacket with hood
9) sunglasses, preferably polarized
Jan from the Czech Republic
Jacqueline, Roland, Sibylle and Frank from Germany
Marta Kvakzinska (Polska)
Axel + family and friends from Germany
Prof. Dr. Orhan KURAL
Svaja, Mattias, Pavlina
Katarina and Michal from Slovakia