Number of people in our groups: 4-12 people


Accommodation at the hotel:2 people in the room. If you travel alone, you will share the room with another member of the group. You can have a single room paying extra charge.


Electrical sockets in the rooms are standard. You don’t need adapters. Camera charging is possible without any problems.

As a rule, there aren’t inbuilt hairdryers in the bathrooms, if you need one, you can take it with you.

Bottles of potable water are sold everywhere. Drink only potable water!

Shampoo, toothpaste, soap, washing powder is sold. It’s comfortable and you don’t need to take it with you.

Take your comfortable trainers or Velcro sandals with you. They should be brought with you. 

You don’t need to take an umbrella with you, because there is no much precipitation in places we travel to. In case of rain, the guide will give you a raincoat.

Insects. There are some insects at the warm period from June to September. You can take an insect repellent (mosquito spray) with you or buy it in Russia if you need it.

You can take your laptop with you, if you need it for your work. WI-FI connection is available in many places of our travelling (cafes, hotels).

Money: it’s better to have dollars or euro cash. There are cash points but not everywhere. In general, you can divide your money into two parts: the first one- it’s cash taken with you and the second -your card. Considering personal expenses, extra food and buying a few souvenirs, tourists usually spend about 400 dollars.


Make two photocopies of your passport (the first page and the visa)


Local mobile connection. At present mobile connection is expensive in Russia. Moreover, calls to other regions of Russia or abroad are more expensive. But! There is a mobile Internet!


Medical insurance is issued as with any trip abroad.

Vaccination for Russia. About 20% of travelers to Russia are thinking about inoculations. The list of inoculations: 1) Hepatitis A, 2)  Poliomyelitis, 3) Tetanus and diphtheria, 4) Tick-borne encephalitis, 5) Tuberculosis

To be sure you can consult your infectious disease physician