The route, which provides for rafting and horseback riding, passes through the least visited places of the Eastern Sayan, where it is difficult not to see the elk and other large animals. A professional taiga hunter will act as a guide, under whose guidance this trip may well become the most exciting adventure in your life.
The beginning of the route is in the Kaa-Khem river basin, where it will be interesting to get acquainted with the traditions and culture of the Old Believers. Then the group on horseback will follow to the upper reaches of the Serlig-Khem river - the place where the rafting starts. This river is "visited" only in the lower part of its course, where tourists can be brought by helicopter twice a year. Above, the river is absolutely wild. Therefore, fishing here can surprise even the most sophisticated angler. At the same time, the fish is excellently caught until the very end of the rafting - the village of Tora-Khem - so you won't have to complain about the bite!
The route passes through the mineral springs of Maimamysh. Few people know this place, since there were almost never tourists at the springs; however, this applies to the entire route. As our guide said: "I would have known that tourists would go to my places, the trail would have trodden down." Unity with nature is guaranteed.
Main fish in catches: lenok, grayling, taimen.
Arrival to Abakn. The Abakan-Kyzyl crossing will take about 5-6 hours (380 km along the federal highway). The road passes through the Ergaki National Park. Things that are good in city life, but not needed in the taiga, will be left in Kyzyl for preservation. Then 90 km from Kyzyl to Saryg-Sep (on asphalt). From Saryg-Sep to Zhenip, about 80 km of a country road (UAZ car). Travel time can vary greatly depending on weather and road conditions.
From the village of Uzep to the village of Old Believers, the movement is carried out by motorboat up the Kaa-Khem river. To move along Kaa-Khem, Old Believers use boats, the length of which is at least 10 meters, with two powerful motors, so the boat can reach speeds of up to 40 km against the current. h. The length of this section is 20 km, travel time is about an hour. Upon arrival, rest, acquaintance with the family, the surroundings.
This day is dedicated to packing up and preparing for the equestrian part of the path. The tourists put their personal belongings, which are necessary during the hike, in pack bags, which they subsequently carry with them tied to the saddle of a horse. The first test drives around the neighborhood. Acquaintance with the life and culture of the Old Believers, a visit to the local Museum of Old Believers (formerly a convent). The curator of the museum will tell you about the monastic life of the Old Believers. Refreshments with Russian cuisine offered by the owners. All dishes are prepared from products obtained in our own backyard. Some of these environmentally friendly and incredibly tasty products can be taken for further route. At the request of the participants, you can easily adjust the menu. After lunch - Russian bath, located on the picturesque bank of the Kaa-Khem.
The Severnaya River, like all the rivers of the Putorana Plateau, is ecologically clean water, picturesque mountains and river distances, banks framed by the extreme northern taiga, constantly changing landscape. Along the river Severnaya fish, during spawning, they migrate from the Yenisei and Nizhnyaya Tunguska to the lakes, so more than twenty species of fish can be found in the reservoir. The routes pass along the most fishy sections of the route.
The route refers to active, adventure tourism. Travel on the route will be carried out on an air cushion. Full support during the entire stay. There is no mobile communication during the whole route. The tour program can be changed by the decision of the instructors in connection with the change in the water situation on the rivers. The organizers reserve the right to change, supplement the cost in the event of a change in prices for direct costs (fuel, lubricants, etc.).
The most numerous species are grayling, lenok, whitefish, dace, char, perch, burbot, ruff, pike, minnow, ide, taimen.
Day 1 - Meeting in the city of Turukhansk, transfer to the camp on an air cushion along the rivers Lower Tunguska and Severnaya. Day 2 - Fishing, the rapids of the Kosaya Severnaya River. Fishing, the mouth of the Delingda river. Day 3 - Fishing, Severnaya river, the mouth of the Pashkino river. Day 4 - Fishing, Severnaya river, "three streams". Day 5 - Fishing, Severnaya river, Bolshoi rapids. Day 6 - Fishing, Severnaya river (islands). Day 7 - Fishing, Severnaya river. Day 8 - Departure day. Breakfast, collection of things. Transfer from the camp to the city of Turukhansk.
The cost of participation in the tour is from 85,500 to 115,500 rubles per person. The number of participants is up to 6 people.
The tour price includes:
The tour price does not include:
The colorful Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug is famous for a wide variety of customs and cultures. The peoples of the North, the Nenets, Selkups and Khanty, who have preserved their identity, will acquaint tourists with the customs and traditions of their life, feed and warm them with their home.
It is noteworthy that the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug is the center of extreme tourism in Russia.
For a quality rest, we recommend you the following entertainments:
- Mountaineering. The Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug is considered one of the most difficult areas of mountain tourism among experienced climbers. A large number of tourist bases offer climbing such mountains Bell Tower and Pai-Er.
In addition, the centuries-old glaciers in the tectonic faults of the district are a fertile platform for mountain-skiing trips.
- River alloys. The Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug is a "blue virgin land" so-called. there are more than 2,500 thousand lakes on the territory of the district. The water expanses of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug are rich in various ichthyofauna, here you can find nelma, pyzhyan, muskun, etc.
Local authorities do not restrict fishing, giving tourists - anglers complete freedom of action. However, the district offers its guests not only fishing, but also an exciting rafting on the rivers Sob and Harbey.
- Ethnic tours. These tours are suitable for lovers of history, exotic cuisine and just curious citizens. The indigenous peoples of the North, Nenets, Khanty and Selkups, will introduce tourists to their way of life. They will treat you to national cuisine and even conduct them.
Representatives of rare peoples will teach you national handicrafts, allow you to try yourself in such national sports as throwing a noose to catch deer, throwing an ax and jumping over sledges. You can not only ride proud reindeer, but also feed these amazing animals from your hand.
- Crossing the Arctic Circle. One of the exciting tourism destinations in the Yamalo-Nenets Okrug is the crossing of the Arctic Circle. A tourist can get acquainted with the nature of the Polar region by arriving in Salekhard.
In addition, the daredevils who decide to cross the polar line will receive a personal certificate confirming this event.
Good fishing is the main component of an unforgettable holiday by the crystal clear Austrian waters. The mild climate, mountain air and excellent bite attract the most discerning fishermen to Austria. Trout, grayling, perch, pike perch, silver bream, pike are just a small part of the fish species living here.
Six interesting fishing spots in Austria
Each of the nine federal states of Austria has its own fishing legislation, which regulates:
Most anglers are members of fishing clubs or national fishing associations. For club members, the license can be one third cheaper.
Fishing in Austria is allowed to persons who have a license - the Fischerkarte angler card or the Fischergastkarten guest card (for foreigners). Issue a document in the regional administrations (Burgenland, Styria, Carinthia, Tyrol, Vorarlberg) or the fishery association (Vienna, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg):
In Carinthia, fishing under a license is allowed from 10 years old, in Salzburg and Upper Austria - from 12 years, in Styria, Tyrol, Lower Austria and Vienna - from 14, in Burgenland - from 18. Near the pond there is a sign with the requirements. Children with parents who have a fishing card go fishing without any permits.
Fishermen applying for a Fischerkarte annual license for the first time will have to: