One day tourSea fishing in Russian Bay

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Duration12 hours
Price9 500 RUB ?

Meals: dinner with hot meal

Period: June – October

Meeting of participants: at our office 20 minutes before departure

Trasnfer: for an additional fee we can arrange transfer from the hotel, ask for details when booking the tour

Russian Bay is situated in the south-western part of Avacha Gulf. Its surroundings are scenic and remind of fjords: rowan, creeping cedar and alder grow on steep slopes, a lot of creeks and rivers fall down from hills. The bay is famous for cargo of drinking water: flowing out of springs, it gathers into a stream canal of a small river. Ships filled up their poundages there until the 30’s.

Russian Bay also attracts fishing fans: flounder, perch, navaga, halibut, cod and salmon shark inhabit its waters.

Tour program


Meeting of participants

We meet at the appointed place. For an additional fee we can arrange transfer from the hotel, ask for details when booking the tour.

Drive out to the pier and get into a boat. Then we check equipment and undergo briefing.


Going out of Avacha bay

We go out of Avacha Bay and head to the symbol of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, “The Three Brothers” rocks. We come closer to the giants to take pictures.

Moving to the south we go by rocky shores and beautiful bays: Rescue Bay, Dangerous Bay and Zhirovaya Bay. There we can meet killer whales, dolphins and humpback whales.


Arrival to Russian Bay

We lunch with fresh seafood. There we take all the gear needed and spend time fishing. Among fishing objects are flounder, cod, halibut and perch.

The bay is interesting not only because of abundance of fish: during spawning season bears come out to the shore, there is a sea-lions’ rookery at the entrance of the bay, near Cape Kekurny. We take an inflatable boat to have a closer look of animals.


Departure to the pier

We leave this picturesque bay and go back to the pier.


Return to the city

Travel time — 1 hour.

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