1. The White Nights

  2. Wild taiga

  3. The largest lakes in Karelia, Onega Lake and Ladoga Lake, and thousands of other lakes and rivers.

  4. Unique wooden architecture

  5. The Kizhi open-air museum on Lake Onega

  6. The Solovetsky monastery in the White Sea and the Valaam monastery on Ladoga Lake

  7. White whales of the White sea

  8. Traditional culture of the indigenous peoples – the Karelians, Veps, and Russians.

  9. National cuisine

  10. Unique geological monuments Karelia is located in the northwest of Russia and borders Finland. The convenient and regular transport service with the largest cities in Russia, Saint Petersburg and Moscow, makes Karelia available for tourists from anywhere in the world.

Amazing experience for adventure lovers! We are looking forward to meeting you. Travel with us!