The basic tours

  1. Siberia
  2. Far East, Primorye
  3. • Avacha Volcano (Kamchatka)
  4. • Annachag (Magadan region)
  5. • Bahapcha (Magadan region)
  6. • Bastak (Jewish Autonomous Region)
  7. • Gilyuy (Amur region)
  8. • Dzhugdzhur Mountain (Khabarovsk region)
  9. • Dusse-Alin (Khabarovsk region)
  10. • Zeya river (Khabarovsk region)
  11. • Kunashir Island (Kuril Islands)
  12. • Koryakia (Kamchatka)
  13. • Commander Islands (Kamchatsky District)
  14. • Cedar Valley (Primorye)
  15. • Maya river (Khabarovsk region)
  16. • Nora river (Amur Region)
  17. • Nalycha Volcano (Kamchatka)
  18. • Omulevka river (Magadan region)
  19. • Paramushir Island (Kuril Islands)
  20. • Sakhalin Island and Moneron Island
  21. • Sikhote-Alin (Primorye)
  22. • Alaid Heart (Kamchatka)
  23. • Talan Island (Magadan region)
  24. • Tolbanchik Volcano(Kamchatka)
  25. • Tiger Place (Khabarovsk region)
  26. • Uzon volcano (Kamchatka)
  27. • Shantar islands (Khabarovsk region)
  28. • Yakutia
  29. Center
  30. South and Povolgie
  31. Northwest
  32. Altai, Khakassia, Tuva
  33. Urals
  34. Polar expeditions
  35. Central Asia
  36. Crimea

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Far East, Primorye | Bastak (Jewish Autonomous Region)

The reserve is situated on the south-eastern spurs of Bureinskiy ridge. Cedar, spruce and oak forests are home to roe, Siberian weasel, chipmunk, Manchurian deer, sable, wild boar, brown and Himalayan bear; as well as to golden eagle, black crane, honey buzzard and Far east stork.

Khinganskiy reserve is situated on the spurs of Maliy Khingan ridge. It’s home to bear, raccoon dog, shrub hare, otter, American mink. The mountains are inhabited by chipmunk, brown bear, wolf, fox, sable and elk and by some Ungulates: roe, Manchurian deer, and wild boar. There are populations of black and Japanese crane listed in the Red book.


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Far East, Primorye | Bastak (Jewish Autonomous Region) | Summer 2013

Jewish Autonomous Region, Bastak - Arkhara reserves. - Jewish Autonomous Region, Bastak reserve, Arkhara river rafting Jewish Autonomous Region, Bastak - Arkhara reserves.. BASTAK RESERVE   The reserve is situated on the south-eastern spurs of Bureinskiy ridge. Cedar, spruce and oak forests are home to roe, Siberian weasel, chipmunk, Manchurian deer, sable, wild boar, brown and Himalayan bear; as well as to golden eagle, black crane, honey ...
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