Helicopter excursion to Tolbachik, Shiveluch and Klyuchevskaya Sopka
An unforgettable journey to the most famous volcanoes of Kamchatka: a flight over the highest and youngest active volcano in Eurasia - the Klyuchevskaya Sopka volcano. Despite the fact that the Vulcan sleeps most of the time, grayish clouds of gases and steam always swirl above its top. In calm weather, they rise to the upper layers of the atmosphere and form an amazingly beautiful plume, which our astronauts from the ISS love to photograph. Next on the program is a landing on Tolbachik, perhaps the most mysterious volcano in Kamchatka, where one of the most powerful and long-lasting eruptions in the history of the region took place - the Lava Flow of 2012-2013. At the end of the excursion, a flyby of the Shiveluch volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in Kamchatka, which throws out columns of ash up to 15 kilometers high! If you're lucky, it might be possible to land near a crater, next to a lava flow from a recent eruption.