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The tour to Rybachy – Sredny

Historical tour

Maximum group size: 24 people (8 cars). Cars: Land Rover Discovery, Land Cruiser 100; Land Cruiser 105; Land Cruiser Prado. Route length: 310 km.

  • 07:00

    Departure from Murmansk

  • 08:30

    Memorial Valley of Glory

  • 11:30

    Waterfall on the Yurinka River

  • 13:30

    "Drunk Stream"

  • 14:30

    The place of memory of military glory

  • 15:30

    Rybachy Peninsula. Bol'shoye Ozerko Bay

  • 19:30

    Return to Murmansk

Historically, the Pomors were caught fish in the coastal waters. In the 16th century, there were 16 fishing camps with 109 fishing huts. In 1826, when the border between Russia and Norway was drawn, the Peninsula was assigned to Russia, despite the fact that Norwegian settlers lived here. At the beginning of the 20th century, there were 9 colonies of Norwegians and Finns on Peninsula, where 500 people lived. After Finland gained independence, the Western part ofthe Peninsula was ceded to the Finns, which was transferred to the Soviet Union. During the Second World War, there were fierce battles between Soviet and German troops on Peninsula. In Murmansk, a street was named after the soldiers who defended the strategic Peninsula. After the end of the war, these places were militarized, as it was in the immediate vicinity of a NATO country. Currently, most of the military garrisons are closed, and only recently the territory of Rybachy became open to the public.

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Price per person, provided that there are 20 people in the group

The cost varies depending on the number of people in the group

The manager will gladly calculate the cost of the tour for your group.

  • 10% discount with an advance payment of 50%
  • 5% discount with an advance payment of 30%-50%
  • 10% discount for groups of more than 7 people
  • 5% discount for groups of 4 to 7 people
For the convenience of calculations, you can pay for your favorite tour in our office.
By agreement with the manager, we will book a tour and will keep it for you for 3 days.

Warm clothing

Weather on the Kola Peninsula can change several times a day. Therefore, for a comfortable stay during the tour, we recommend that you take warm clothes and reliable, waterproof shoes with you.

Personal First Aid Kit

We always have with us a first-aid kit with the necessary medicines for the traveler. But, if you need to take special medicines as prescribed by doctors, do not forget to put them in a backpack.

Clean drinking water

We know how they can exhaust long trips. To quench your thirst and restore strength, be sure to stock up on clean drinking water or hot tea.


During the tour, we constantly arrange photo shoots against the backdrop of the Northern Lights, on the shores of the Arctic Ocean, near historical attractions and simply against the background of unforgettable northern nature. Take a camera or smartphone with a camera with you, and memories of the trip will remain with you for life.
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