Rafting on the river Tunguska

  • Tour dates: on request.
  • duration: From 1 to 3 days
  • Type of allocation: Camping
  • Age category: 14+
  • Season: May-October

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The program of the tour “Rafting on the Tunguska River”

Rafting downstream with a visit
“Stone Falls” (without fishing).

Route length: ≈20 km.
The route is designed for any level of training participants.

9: 00 - Group meeting in Khabarovsk, transfer to the place of the rafting start.
10:00 - Arrival at the place of the beginning of the rafting (settlement Nikolaevka)
11:00 - Launching ships
12:00Arrival at Stone Falls. Walk, inspection.
13:00 - Lunch
14:00 - Continuation of the alloy
19:00 - Arrival at the end of the route (Telman village)
20:00 - Arrival in Khabarovsk

*IMPORTANT!
Due to weather conditions, tour dates, dates,
and the tour program itself is subject to change.

Rafting downstream with a visit
“Stone Falls” and fishing.

Route length: ≈25 km.
The route is designed for any level of training participants.

Day 1

09: 00 - Group meeting in Khabarovsk, transfer to the place of the rafting start.
10:00 - Arrival at the place of the beginning of the rafting (settlement Nikolaevka)
11:00 - Launching ships
12:00Arrival at Stone Falls. Walk, inspection.
13:00 - Lunch
16:00 - Arrival at the fishing spot
20:00 - Overnight stop
21:00 - Dinner

Day 2

09:00 - Breakfast.
10:00 - Continuation of the alloy.
11:00 - Fishing stop.
13:00 - Lunch.
14:00 - Continuation of rafting and fishing.
17:00 - The end of the alloy.
19:00 - Arrival in Khabarovsk.

*IMPORTANT!
Due to weather conditions, tour dates, dates,
and the tour program itself is subject to change.

Upper River Rafting
(without fishing and visiting “Stone Falls”).

Route length: ≈60 km.
The route is designed for participants with experience in alloys.

Day 1
17:00
- Meeting of the group in Khabarovsk, transfer to the place of the rafting start.
19:00 - Arrival at the place. Hiking 5 km.

Day 2
09:00
- Breakfast.
10:00 - Launching ships.
13:00 - Lunch.
14:00 - Continuation of the alloy.
20:00 - Stop for the night.
21:00 - Dinner.

Day 3
09:00
- Breakfast.
10:00 - Continuation of the alloy.
13:00 - Lunch.
14:00 - Continuation of the alloy.
17:00 - The end of the alloy (Volochaevka II).
19:00 - Arrival in Khabarovsk.

*IMPORTANT!
Due to weather conditions, tour dates, dates,
and the tour program itself is subject to change.

Short description:

The Tugnusk River is one of the easily accessible and interesting rivers near the city of Khabarovsk. The river flow is calm, and the presence of unique objects makes the rafting fascinating. Tunguska from a sports point of view refers to non-category rivers. This is the simplest river for rafting, there are no difficult sections, therefore it is suitable even for children. The water in the river is relatively clean, but not suitable for drinking in unboiled form.
From a fishing point of view, the river is very interesting. Almost all types of Amur fish are found in it, in addition, spring and autumn along the Tunguska pass migration routes of taimen and whitefish.
The main attraction of the river is the “Stone Waterfall”. This place is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Fund. In fact, this is the vent of an ancient volcano, the frozen lava of which remained on the surface of the earth, while the volcano itself collapsed.

The price of the tour includes:

Delivery to the route, meeting with the route
Provision of group equipment
Instructors work
Meals according to the program
First aid kit basic set, life vests.

The price does NOT include:

- Accident insurance
- Sport fishing equipment rental

Ways of booking a tour:
  • In the office “DV holidays”
  • By phone (4212) 240-206
  • Leave a request on the site
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680013, Khabarovsk, ul. Shabadina, d. XNUMHA, of. Xnumx
Phone: + 7 (4212) 240-119 , + 7 (4212) 240-206
Mob: + 7 (914) 770-1908
Email: info@dvholidaysidays
Run time: Mon-Fri 9: 00 ~ 18: 00. Sat 10: 00 ~ 14: 00

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