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The regional tourist portal of Chukotka began its work

The regional tourist portal of Chukotka began its work
Photo: Chukotka.travel

Chukotka Autonomous Okrug has launched a special website in Russian and English for tourists intending to visit the region. The tourist portal is located at Chukotka.travel.

The site Chukotka.travel relevant information on the main tourist sites and infrastructure of the Chukotka Autonomous Region is posted.

These are such settlements as Anadyr, Pevek, as well as national villages, which are of particular interest from the point of view of ethnography and traditional crafts (deer breeding, hunting for sea animals).

On tourist portal of Chukotka The information on natural and historical sights and monuments is provided: Whale Alley, Cape Dezhnev, 180 Meridian, Cape Navarin, Petroglyphs Pegtymel, Provideniya Bay, Kolyuchin Island, Beringiya National Park and others. On Chukotka.travel You can learn about Wrangel Island, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The portal has an interactive map of Chukotka, on which the region is divided into three conditional zones (West, Center and East).

The site provides detailed options for cruise routes in Chukotka. At the same time, a tourist can combine a sea trip with a visit to other regions of Russia (Sakhalin, Kamchatka), as well as the United States (Alaska).

Also on Chukotka.travel You can learn about the traditions and life of the indigenous peoples of the North, as well as opportunities for outdoor activities (hunting, fishing). In addition, it tells about the features of transport links in Chukotka and the rules for visiting specially protected areas and the border zone.

All information on the site is presented in Russian and English.

The Chukotka tourism portal should be a key tool for promoting tourism in the region in the domestic and foreign tourism markets.