Altai Krai Has Prepared New Routes for Tourists
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Altai Krai Has Prepared New Routes for Tourists

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05-03-2024
 

New routes around the Altai Krai await tourists this year. One of the most significant will be "Roerich's NON-Expedition to Altai. 100 Years Later" with a visit to the places of the expedition of the artist, thinker, and researcher Nicholas Roerich to Altai in 1926. This is reported on the website of the regional tourism and resort development department.

According to the tour description, it includes visits to Barnaul, Turquoise Katun, Gorno-Altaysk, the Manzherok resort, the Uch-Enmek natural park, Altai villages, Belokurikha and Biysk.

As noted on the website of the organizers, tourists will be able to get acquainted with the work of the great artist of the mountains, be alone with nature, taste field food, immerse themselves in the life of that time, and get an extraordinary experience comparable to a journey into the past.

The program of the ten-day tour also includes immersive costumed hikes with photo sessions on the principle of immersion in the era.

The price per person is from 150,000 rubles.

Also this year, with the participation of JSC "Federal Passenger Company" together with tour operators, a new interregional tourist weekend route "Journey to Places of Power" will open. It passes through Novosibirsk, Biysk (Biysk - Belokurikha or Biysk - Altai Republic of your choice), Chugunash (Chugunash - Zolotaya Shoria or Chugunash - Shorsky National Park of your choice). As part of this railway tour, bus excursions will be conducted from the railway station in Biysk to Belokurikha or to the Altai Republic. The first tourist trip on this route is scheduled for June 14-17.

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