Our republic is traditionally associated with permafrost and extreme cold. Fortunately, people outside the republic know about our hot summer and places where you can spend your vacation. At the best time of the year, 36 tourist bases in Yakutia invite you to relax in comfort.
How to combine business with pleasure, how much it costs and how entrepreneurs in the tourism industry survive in difficult business conditions, read below.
Pole of cold, Lena Pillars, Samartai, Kyurylyur waterfall, Sinyaya river, hiking in the Momsky mountains, Kisilekh mountain, Mammoth Museum, diamond tours ... The list is endless. Every place - unique views, magnificent landscapes, natural wonders shocking to the eye! The demand for rest in Yakutia is increasing every year. This is confirmed by the results of inquiries that 12 local tour operators receive during the year. This year, guests are expected in 36 recreation places located in 11 uluses. But at the same time, despite its colossal potential, Yakutia occupies a modest place in the Russian market. It accounts for less than 1.5% of the tourist flow.
It is clear that tourists who are accustomed to all inclusive will not come to us - all inclusive. Our potential guests are those who know that Yakutia is a kind of region. Hordes of midges, undeveloped infrastructure, not the best service. Nevertheless, they are coming to us. In 2017, Yakutia, according to the Ministry of Entrepreneurship, was visited by 200 thousand people. And let this figure include everyone: those who came to us on a business visit, and business travelers as part of delegations, and others. But we have arrived!
As one of the experienced entrepreneurs in the tourism business told me: “Yes, Yakutia is associated with extreme sports. But this is bad. Extreme means that your tourists are on the brink of survival. You won't last long on this chip. "
Ecological tourism is gaining popularity in specially protected natural areas. For example, hiking routes and rafting along the Momsky ulus are in demand. Local entrepreneurs, together with nature conservation inspectors, host groups from France, Germany, Great Britain every year.
So, for the development of tourism in Yakutia, the following issues should be resolved: low level of training and lack of work experience, quality of service.
A pronounced seasonality of tourist flows, a high share of the transport component in the cost of tours also negatively affect the number of inbound tourists.
We need an effective mechanism of state support, strengthening interaction between executive authorities and private business. It is necessary to develop and adopt a number of bills to promote investment in the tourism industry of the republic. Particular emphasis should be placed on attracting and retaining young professionals in tourism and related industries.
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Extreme tourism in Yakutia
Geographic location of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) (Yakut. Sakha Republic, Sakha Sire) is a constituent entity of the Russian Federation, part of the Far Eastern Federal District. This is the largest region in Russia. In addition, Yakutia is the largest administrative-territorial unit in the world
Traveling to Yakutia is not only extreme, but also an interesting ethnotour, within which tourists will get acquainted with the life of the peoples of the north. In recent years, thanks to state support, the tourist infrastructure has been actively developing in the republic, the flow of tourists has increased dramatically. Extreme rest in Yakutia is a fashionable trend of the current season. More and more people prefer the polar night to home comfort, freezing temperatures below minus 50 degrees and a frisky dog team.
Outside of Yakutsk, civilization, as a rule, ends with the asphalt. Get ready for spending the night in tents or village houses (visiting locals), for driving off-road, helicopter, boat, horse or reindeer sledding. You will eat fish soup cooked on a fire from freshly caught fish, or simple dishes prepared by local residents from meat, game, fish, cereals, potatoes, flour; sometimes - canned food
By impressions, by thrills, by breathtaking landscapes, this trip can be classified as “Seeing and dying peacefully. The weekly program will allow you to take a break from the TV, annoying calls, the cycle of everyday worries and problems, and get pleasure from communicating with the wild nature. What could be more beautiful than a sip of crystal clear mountain water, heady air, fire smoke and the smell of fried fish or meat? Only the sound of boiling water, birdsong and silence…. And you are one on one with nature! Traveling along the Zyryanka river
You will learn and experience a lot on this exciting journey. See the stunning beauty of r. Indigirka, learn about the tragic Stalinist period of the development of the largest gold-bearing region of Yakutia, visit the Stalinist camp, the largest gold-bearing mines, see with your own eyes and experience for yourself how Indigirka's gold is mined. Golden Indigirka
In the northeast of Yakutia, the Kolyma River flows into the East Siberian Sea. Travel to Kalmyk. While swimming, you can see an elk, brown bear, bighorn sheep, wild reindeer and many rare birds, such as white and gray cranes.
A new direction from the category "rural tourism". A village retreat in the remote taiga in the homeland of the national hero Manchaara. Alone with nature and Yakut horses.
The Yakut horse (wiki) is a unique breed adapted to the harsh life in Yakutia.
Duration: 1-2 days. Period: November - April, June - first half of October. Dates: any dates upon request. Group size: 1-3/4 people.
Highlights: - Lena river and ice crossing in winter/ferry crossing in summer; - the village of Maya with a museum of local lore and a place of celebration of Ysyakh; - traditional Yakut village and rural life; - national village cuisine; - Yakut horses and horse breeders; - horseback riding - horseback riding and sleigh rides; - riding a snowmobile/carriage to inspect grazing horses; - bath; - Overnight at the guest house; - t.
Yakut horses and a guest house in winter. Photos from Ayar Varlamov.
Visiting horse breeders in winter. Photos from different years.
Yakut horses, sauna and other buildings on the territory of the horse farm in autumn. Author of photos: Bolot Bochkarev.
± 08: 45 - Departure from the hotel. - Travel along the ice crossing over the Lena River from Yakutsk to Nizhny Bestyakh, 18 km. Stop for photographing. - Directions from Nizhniy Bestyakh to the village of Maya, 35 km (on the map). On the way - visit to the railway station "Nizhny Bestyakh" (optional). - Visit to the local history museum and the place of celebration of Ysyakh. Maya is the birthplace of Manchaara, the Yakut Robin Hood. - Acquaintance with the life of the Yakut village. - Lunch in the family in the village. Petrovka (included). - Travel to the horse farm through forests and fields, 20 km (on the map). - Acquaintance with the peculiarities of the Yakut horse breeding. Snowmobiling/horseback riding. Feeding horses, cutting holes in the lake, etc. - Afternoon snack at the guest house (included). National dishes made from natural products, meat products and horse by-products, fish dishes - stroganina or indigirka, flour products, mushrooms, berries, teas of our own production. - The way back to Yakutsk. ± 21: 00 - Return to the hotel.
Actual timing depends on tour start time, number and length of stops along the route.
Cost of 1-day winter tour:
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