Polar Water Tours on Kola Peninsula
Do you also have sometimes the feeling that you want to be alone on the World; on places where nobody can come
so easily, where it is quiet, peaceful and that you can be one with an untouched nature? The Kola Peninsula in
northwest Russia is such a place; tundra's, forests and mountains separated by 130,000 lakes and rivers!
An ideal combination for an exciting holiday in a new area which has a rich nature and interesting wildlife
with right amount of kayaking and rest. Our guide will cook delicious meals on a campfire and the participants
have free time.
The Kola Peninsula: one big water world.
More water tours . . . .
Kayaking: Kola Travel explores the Kola Peninsula and find every year new routes and interesting places. For more desolate
areas as the Voronia River, which flows from Lake Lovozero in the centre of the Kola to the Arctic Ocean in the North,
overnights in tents is necessary.
Lake Imandra, the biggest lake in the North offers some accommodations and a few tent overnights are left.
River rafting: The stretch of the Umba River is from our lumberjack guesthouse in the centre of the Kola, close to Khibiny Mountains, until
fishing village Umba on the White Sea and is ideal for rafting by catamarans (small 2 or 4 persons rafts).
Polar water tours overview