Omsk, Siberia is Russia’s seventh largest city with a population of over 1.1 million. An Omsk visit is one of the highlights of a trip to Siberia for the city’s attractive and bustling 19th century centre, and its numerous cultural opportunities. Stretching from the Ural Mountains to Lake Baikal (the deepest freshwater lake in the world), Siberia is a land ready-made for dreamers.
Imagine hundreds of volcanoes (many over 10,000 feet, in height), waterfalls, bizarre rock formations, colonies of rare birds, and white-water rapids, all set amid the lakes and fjords of one of Russia’s most hidden travel secrets. Kamchatka, an oasis of unique natural sights set so very far away from the package tourist world, will speak to any eco-tourist’s inner adventurer, naturalist, and conservationist. The pride of Kamchatka is its numerous volcanoes enlisted into the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Things to do in Siberia:
Siberia is famous for ancient, massive Lake Baikal, Belukha Mountain, volcanoes , waterfalls, colonies of rare birds and Omsk city’s attractive and bustling 19th century centre, and its numerous cultural opportunities.