Baikal and its ecology: description and features of the lake, problems of water pollution

How to combine Buryatia and Irkutsk region in one tour to Baikal

Winter Baikal is incredibly diverse. The most interesting locations and views on the lake are in Buryatia and in the Irkutsk region. And in the last of the named regions there is also a ski resort, the second largest in the East of Russia. We learned about how you can combine Buryatia and the Irkutsk region in one package tour.

The Republic of Buryatia and the Irkutsk Region, with the support of Rostourism, will work together to develop tourism on Lake Baikal. To discuss the relevant issues, the head of Rostourism in early February personally flew to Buryatia on a TUI Russia charter to support this process.

For the first time, the Head of the Republic of Buryatia Aleksey Tsydenov, First Deputy Governor of the Irkutsk Region, Konstantin Zaitsev, spoke in a trilateral format about the development of the hospitality industry between the two regions. The head of the federal tour operator TUI, which this winter implements tours to Baikal on the basis of its own charter transportation, also took part in the dialogue.

The parties signed a tripartite protocol of intent, under which the Republic of Buryatia and the Irkutsk region will work together to create sustainable tourism on Lake Baikal with an emphasis on ecotourism, and develop interregional routes.

“We have set ourselves ambitious goals - to increase the flow of tourists to the region to 3.3 million people, create more than 29 thousand jobs, and increase the share of tourism in GDP to 1.5%. We plan to synchronize the development program with the national project "Tourism", - said Mr. Zaitsev.

TUI OFFERS TO VIEW THE BAIKAL FROM DIFFERENT SIDES

While new routes around Lake Baikal are just beginning to be developed, the TUI tour operator in its winter programs to Lake Baikal already invites tourists to visit not only Buryatia, but also the Irkutsk region.

These are the programs Crystal Baikal (Ulan-Ude - Irkutsk) and Glassy Olkhon (Ulan-Ude - Gremyachinsk - Lkhon Island - Irkutsk).

You can also go to Irkutsk with TUI individually, on regular S7 flights.

The program of the press tour organized by TUI Russia and timed to coincide with the launch of the winter charter program was also designed to acquaint journalists not only with the possibilities of winter Buryatia, but also to show Baikal from the Irkutsk side.

IRKUTSK FOR SKI LOVERS

An excellent place for those who want to combine the useful with the beautiful in Irkutsk is the Sobolinaya Mountain ski resort, located in Baikalsk, near the picturesque Khamar-Daban mountains.

How to combine Buryatia and Irkutsk region in one tour to Baikal

Winter Baikal is incredibly diverse. The most interesting locations and views on the lake are in Buryatia and in the Irkutsk region. And in the last of the named regions there is also a ski resort, the second largest in the East of Russia. We learned about how you can combine Buryatia and the Irkutsk region in one package tour.

The Republic of Buryatia and the Irkutsk Region, with the support of Rostourism, will work together to develop tourism on Lake Baikal. To discuss the relevant issues, the head of Rostourism in early February personally flew to Buryatia on a TUI Russia charter to support this process.

For the first time, the Head of the Republic of Buryatia Aleksey Tsydenov, First Deputy Governor of the Irkutsk Region, Konstantin Zaitsev, spoke in a trilateral format about the development of the hospitality industry between the two regions. The head of the federal tour operator TUI, which this winter implements tours to Baikal on the basis of its own charter transportation, also took part in the dialogue.

The parties signed a tripartite protocol of intent, under which the Republic of Buryatia and the Irkutsk region will work together to create sustainable tourism on Lake Baikal with an emphasis on ecotourism, and develop interregional routes.

“We have set ourselves ambitious goals - to increase the flow of tourists to the region to 3.3 million people, create more than 29 thousand jobs, and increase the share of tourism in GDP to 1.5%. We plan to synchronize the development program with the national project "Tourism", - said Mr. Zaitsev.

TUI OFFERS TO VIEW THE BAIKAL FROM DIFFERENT SIDES

While new routes around Lake Baikal are just beginning to be developed, the TUI tour operator in its winter programs to Lake Baikal already invites tourists to visit not only Buryatia, but also the Irkutsk region.

These are the programs Crystal Baikal (Ulan-Ude - Irkutsk) and Glassy Olkhon (Ulan-Ude - Gremyachinsk - Lkhon Island - Irkutsk).

You can also go to Irkutsk with TUI individually, on regular S7 flights.

The program of the press tour organized by TUI Russia and timed to coincide with the launch of the winter charter program was also designed to acquaint journalists not only with the possibilities of winter Buryatia, but also to show Baikal from the Irkutsk side.

IRKUTSK FOR SKI LOVERS

An excellent place for those who want to combine the useful with the beautiful in Irkutsk is the Sobolinaya Mountain ski resort, located in Baikalsk, near the picturesque Khamar-Daban mountains.

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Winter Baikal is incredibly diverse. The most interesting locations and views on the lake are in Buryatia and in the Irkutsk region. And in the last of the named regions there is also a ski resort, the second largest in the East of Russia. We learned about how you can combine Buryatia and the Irkutsk region in one package tour.

The Republic of Buryatia and the Irkutsk Region, with the support of Rostourism, will work together to develop tourism on Lake Baikal. To discuss the relevant issues, the head of Rostourism in early February personally flew to Buryatia on a TUI Russia charter to support this process.

For the first time, the Head of the Republic of Buryatia Aleksey Tsydenov, First Deputy Governor of the Irkutsk Region, Konstantin Zaitsev, spoke in a trilateral format about the development of the hospitality industry between the two regions. The head of the federal tour operator TUI, which this winter implements tours to Baikal on the basis of its own charter transportation, also took part in the dialogue.

The parties signed a tripartite protocol of intent, under which the Republic of Buryatia and the Irkutsk region will work together to create sustainable tourism on Lake Baikal with an emphasis on ecotourism, and develop interregional routes.

“We have set ourselves ambitious goals - to increase the flow of tourists to the region to 3.3 million people, create more than 29 thousand jobs, and increase the share of tourism in GDP to 1.5%. We plan to synchronize the development program with the national project "Tourism", - said Mr. Zaitsev.

TUI OFFERS TO VIEW THE BAIKAL FROM DIFFERENT SIDES

While new routes around Lake Baikal are just beginning to be developed, the TUI tour operator in its winter programs to Lake Baikal already invites tourists to visit not only Buryatia, but also the Irkutsk region.

These are the programs Crystal Baikal (Ulan-Ude - Irkutsk) and Glassy Olkhon (Ulan-Ude - Gremyachinsk - Lkhon Island - Irkutsk).

You can also go to Irkutsk with TUI individually, on regular S7 flights.

The program of the press tour organized by TUI Russia and timed to coincide with the launch of the winter charter program was also designed to acquaint journalists not only with the possibilities of winter Buryatia, but also to show Baikal from the Irkutsk side.

IRKUTSK FOR SKI LOVERS

An excellent place for those who want to combine the useful with the beautiful in Irkutsk is the Sobolinaya Mountain ski resort, located in Baikalsk, near the picturesque Khamar-Daban mountains.

Winter Baikal is incredibly diverse. The most interesting locations and views on the lake are in Buryatia and in the Irkutsk region. And in the last of the named regions there is also a ski resort, the second largest in the East of Russia. We learned about how you can combine Buryatia and the Irkutsk region in one package tour.

The Republic of Buryatia and the Irkutsk Region, with the support of Rostourism, will work together to develop tourism on Lake Baikal. To discuss the relevant issues, the head of Rostourism in early February personally flew to Buryatia on a TUI Russia charter to support this process.

For the first time, the Head of the Republic of Buryatia Aleksey Tsydenov, First Deputy Governor of the Irkutsk Region, Konstantin Zaitsev, spoke in a trilateral format about the development of the hospitality industry between the two regions. The head of the federal tour operator TUI, which this winter implements tours to Baikal on the basis of its own charter transportation, also took part in the dialogue.

The parties signed a tripartite protocol of intent, under which the Republic of Buryatia and the Irkutsk region will work together to create sustainable tourism on Lake Baikal with an emphasis on ecotourism, and develop interregional routes.

“We have set ourselves ambitious goals - to increase the flow of tourists to the region to 3.3 million people, create more than 29 thousand jobs, and increase the share of tourism in GDP to 1.5%. We plan to synchronize the development program with the national project "Tourism", - said Mr. Zaitsev.

TUI OFFERS TO VIEW THE BAIKAL FROM DIFFERENT SIDES

While new routes around Lake Baikal are just beginning to be developed, the TUI tour operator in its winter programs to Lake Baikal already invites tourists to visit not only Buryatia, but also the Irkutsk region.

These are the programs Crystal Baikal (Ulan-Ude - Irkutsk) and Glassy Olkhon (Ulan-Ude - Gremyachinsk - Lkhon Island - Irkutsk).

You can also go to Irkutsk with TUI individually, on regular S7 flights.

The program of the press tour organized by TUI Russia and timed to coincide with the launch of the winter charter program was also designed to acquaint journalists not only with the possibilities of winter Buryatia, but also to show Baikal from the Irkutsk side.

IRKUTSK FOR SKI LOVERS

Baikal is a lake in the southern part of Eastern Siberia, the deepest on the planet. It is the largest naturally occurring freshwater reservoir in the world. It is distinguished by a unique variety of flora and fauna, and most of the inhabitants are found only here. That is why the conservation of the lake and the solution of its ecological problems are so important.

  • Main environmental problems of the Pulp and Paper Mill
  • Selenga River
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  • Tourism
  • Ecological state of Lake Baikal for 2018-2019
  • Ways of solving problems

    Where is Baikal

    The ancient and unique Lake Baikal is located in a glacial rift depression on the territory of Russia in the south of Eastern Siberia. According to scientists, it appeared about 25 million years ago.

    A huge reservoir of natural fresh water stretches from southwest to northeast for 636 km. Its shape resembles a giant crescent. The width of the lake ranges from 24 to 79 km.

    It has the deepest bottom in the world with a maximum elevation of 1187 meters, which is below sea level. The area of ​​the entire water surface is 31,722 km2, which is approximately equal to the area of ​​some European countries, for example, the Netherlands or Belgium. This is the seventh figure globally. The coastline of the freshwater lake stretches for 2000 km.

    Borders

    Geographically, the reservoir is located in the center of Asia, on the border of the Republic of Buryatia and the Irkutsk region. Baikal is located in a kind of natural hollow, surrounded on all sides by hills overgrown with dense vegetation and high mountains.

    The water area of ​​the unique reservoir has more than 20 islands, bays with shallow sores and 6 bays. 300 rivulets and rivers flow into it, and the main runoff is the Angara, and from there water flows into the Yenisei.

    Problems and their sources

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