Kronotsky Nature Reserve is looking for volunteers

Kronotsky Nature Reserve is looking for volunteers


Kronotsky Nature Reserve is looking for volunteers to the Valley of Geysers and Kuril Lake for the whole August.

Volunteers will be responsible for cleaning living quarters and sanitary facilities, helping reserve staff who patrol specially protected natural areas in preparing food, accompanying tourists on routes, and studying nature.

The advantage of such work is that you can observe nature directly from the cordons and go on a hike with a group of tourists.

The reserve administration organizes the transfer of volunteers to the protected areas and provides the accommodation.

Registration can be carried out by phone +7 914 020-44-76 or by mail

Kronotsky Nature Reserve is located in the eastern part of the Kamchatka Peninsula, it is one of the oldest reserves in Russia.

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