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A unique illustrated guide to the Kamchatka Territory was published
The history of the development of Kamchatka has not been one hundred years, but for a very long time, until the end of the 20th century, this region remained one of the most closed to visit. To Kamchatka it is still extremely difficult to get there: both long and expensive. However, it was enough to remove the formal restriction on entry, so that Kamchatka from the forbidden fruit turned into one of the most attractive destinations of Russian tourism.
Responding to the growing interest of tourists in this region, local authorities are trying to develop infrastructure: they build hotels and sanatoria, reconstruct roads, establish transport links with other regions of Russia, build ski complexes, and open ethno-cultural centers.
In the book "Kamchatka. A modern guidebook, this Far Eastern region appears before us as a modern, dynamically developing region, ready to receive guests, along the path of a complete renovation of the infrastructure.
To date, the book "Kamchatka. The modern guidebook is the only printed publication that contains not only an overview of the natural and cultural attractions of the region, but also the latest information about its infrastructure, possible routes and transport links, as well as bright and understandable geographical patterns for tourists. The authors of the book collected all information about extreme, ethnographic, ecological and health tourism in the territory of Kamchatka. Information about attractions interspersed with cognitive information about the traditions and way of life of the indigenous peoples of the region, the peculiarities of climate, flora and fauna. The book is published in Russian and English, the Russian version will be on sale in the country's bookshops the other day.
Kamchatka colleagues assisted the authors in compiling the guidebook: the Kamchatka Region Agency for Tourism and External Relations, the Kamchatka news agency, the Kamchatka Center for Children and Youth Tourism, the Kronotsky Biosphere Reserve and the Komandorsky State Biosphere Nature Reserve. Participated in the preparation of well-known bloggers and travel photographers: Ivan Dementievsky, Dmitry Utkin, Victor Gumenyuk and others. On the pages of the guide, local residents and seasoned tourists share practical advice and impressions from the region.
"Kamchatka. The modern guidebook "is the first reference book where the full review of natural and cultural sights of the Koryaksky district, which is included in the newly formed Kamchatka region, is given. Today it is clear that this little-researched territory has a huge tourist potential.