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Sightseeing in Siberia, Russia

More than just winter and snow, Siberia throws surprises in all its corners for everyone.
Prerana Jamdarkhana Aug 9, 2019

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Altai Mountains

The massive mountain range and diverse habitat, known as “Golden Mountain”, has highest peak called Belukha Mountain, part of the World Heritage Site.

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Lake Baikal

The largest freshwater lake by volume on Earth with a maximum depth of 1,642 m, Baikal is the world's deepest lake.

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During winter, the lake is popular for ice-walking, ice-skating and bicycle-riding, while in summer, crowds are attracted to the colorful hiking trail along the lake.

Yamal Peninsula

Home to Russia’s last reindeer herders, a peninsula roughly extending up to 700km, Yamal in Nenet’s language means “world’s end”.

Chara Sands

Imagine sand in winter wonder! The secluded desert in the northern region, surrounded by taiga, is estimated to have formed 55 to 100 thousand years ago.
While wandering on the golden sand, watch out for ferocious brown bears.

Ergaki National Park

Jaw-dropping background anyone? Pack your camera and drive to the picturesque Ergaki stretched for 75 km along the Western Sayan Mountains, beloved for untouched beauty.

Putorana Plateau

Located far north is Putorana plateau, known as ‘the land of 10,000 lakes and 1,000 waterfalls.' How cool is that!


A popular town, Tomsk gives out an urban vibe with a state university, botanical gardens, museums, wood-work and recreational centers.

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Head to eastern region of Siberia for stunning views of sea caves and volcanoes. Sea Lions found here grab everyone’s attention.

Siberian Borque

An architectural style common in 18th century used for around 115 stone churches, mostly preserved in Irkutsk, Tobolsk and Tomsk, will make you awe-struck.

Trans-Siberian Railway

Experience the railway lines from Siberia to various other places, galloping through scenic views, stopping at stations for your convenience.