|The participant must have experience in kayaking and must have a good condition. There were no significant rapids on the route.
|4-11 persons (international participation possible)
|On request from 15th of June to 15th of September.
|Prices are depending on group size and rouble exchange rate. Please contact us for an up-to-date proposal.
|Passport must be valid at least 6 months after date of return. A Russian visa is required for tourists from most countries. See your country’s Russian consulate or embassy for details. We handle the tourist invitation.
|The participant must possess medical insurance that at very least covers the European part of the Russian Federation.
Day 1: Arrival at Murmansk airport and transfer to Monchegorsk city. Check-in and overnight in a hotel. Dinner on your own in a recommended restaurant.
Day 2: After breakfast transfer to Saami village Lovozero with our off-road bus. After visiting the National Saami Museum transfer to the start point of the kayaking tour on the shore of Lovozero Lake in the centre of the Kola Peninsula. Paddling the first stretch between the many islands to the beginning of the Voronia River. Lunch during the day and dinner on the shore of the River. Overnight in tents. Kayaking distance: 20 km.
Day 3 to 5: Every day after a good breakfast we paddle about 20 km with a snack stop on the water, a lunch break (with campfire) on one the many beautiful shores of the river and at the end of the paddling day we make a camp with campfire and have a good dinner. During the tour we can try our luck in fishing. Overnight in tents. Kayaking daily distance: 20 km.
Day 6: Breakfast. Today we are going to finish our trip in the Northern part of Kola Peninsula. Our off-road bus is waiting on the shore close to a big dam of a hydro electricity station. Transfer to Murmansk and check-in at a hotel. Dinner on your own. Kayaking distance: 20 km.
Day 7: Breakfast in the hotel. Departure.
Discover Russian Lapland by kayak! Start from Saami village Lovozero. Paddle for 5 days from the centre of Kola Peninsula almost to the Arctic Ocean (110 km).
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