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The first tourist groups will arrive this week on Sakhalin

The first tourist groups will arrive this week on Sakhalin
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The first tourists this season as part of organized groups will arrive on Sakhalin on July 9. Today, 850 people have already purchased tours to the island region. In total, about five thousand guests are expected to arrive this year.

This was reported by the press service of the Government of the Sakhalin Oblast. Those wishing to visit the region need to obtain a digital pass and get a certificate on the absence of coronavirus infection. Travel agencies will help with the design of these documents.

The guest will be fully escorted throughout the trip. This is necessary for safety, as well as to prevent the outbreak of coronavirus. Single tourists will not be accepted yet.

For guests and residents of Sakhalin prepared 11 weekend tours and eight multi-day. Trips to Cape Eustache and Giant, to Aniva Lighthouse, to Tikhaya Bay, ascent to Chekhov Peak are offered. Among the proposals - a trip to the Kuril Islands and a fishing tour.

The region has 22 tour operators that are part of the Unified Federal Register, 80 travel agencies. There are 118 hotel service facilities and 717 restaurants and cafes.

Earlier it was reported that travel industry will resume work in the Sakhalin region since July 6. At the same time, individual tours will not be held yet.

Hotels are starting work as before in the Sakhalin region. Reception of requests for room reservation is open, guests are offered substantial discounts.

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