Lying between the Sea of Okhotsk in the west, and the Pacific to the East, the Kamchatka peninsular with a climate range from temperate to sub Arctic, boasts one of the most diverse eco systems in the world. Containing 160 volcanoes, with many still active. Klyuchevskaya Sopka, is the largest volcano in the Northern Hemisphere, while the most famous being the near perfect cone of Kronotsky are both in Kamchatka. The mountainous terrain in this remote part of the world, is host to some of natures most spectacular trophies. Most the of the 400,000 odd population live in the two main towns of Petropavlovsk- Kamchatsky and Yelizovo, the rest of this land mass which is double the size of the United Kingdom is basically a playground for fisherman, Hunters and Winter Sports enthusiasts. Despite the extremely high trophy fees, Kamchatka is sure to please. It holds an abundance of game, achieving some of the largest trophies in the world that every Sportsman shall recollect on his or her dying day.
Temperature in Summer : +15 to +30C (Can Rain Heavily)
Temperature in Winter: -10C to -15C