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Baikal Mystery Travel in Russia has offered tours in the spectacular Baikal region since 2008. Lake Baikal is a major tourist attraction, not only in Siberia but in the whole of Russia, and has become extremely popular among world travellers in recent years. As such, the Baikal Mystery Travel Company have been expanding our sphere of our service greatly and implementing new ideas enthusiastically.

We have plenty of suggestions for holidays to this beautiful region and will do our utmost to please our customers by offering impeccable service standards, reliability, and a true Siberian hospitality.

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Baikal West to East

Baikal Mystery Tours
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This 9-day tour travels around Lake Baikal, one of the most spectacular lakes in the world. It’s home to incredible aquatic life, over 3,500 species of plants and animals, 70% of which can be found nowhere else in the world. Freshwater seals, ‘nerpas’, can be seen on the rocks around the lake.

  • Country:
    Russia,
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Mid Range
  • Start/end:
    Start in Irkutsk, end in Trans Siberian Express
  • price icon
    9 Days from
    $1657 p/p in USD
  • departures icon
    Departures: Jul, Aug

Baikal Mystery Tours

  • Russia

Company Profile

We provide tours across Russia, from the splendors of St. Petersburg to the seaside resorts of Sochi, from Moscow to Vladivostok across the vast plains and the endless taiga forest by air or the Trans Siberian Rail.

Half way between Moscow and Vladivostok lies the jewel of Siberia – Lake Baikal, the deepest and oldest lake (formed about 25 million years ago) in the world. It’s home to a huge variety of endemic species of fauna and flora and indigenous people who have dwelt here for centuries and can spin a yarn about the Sea of Baikal to you.

Baikal Mystery Tours

  • Russia

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