Unsurpassed nature of Russia's largest island
Bears, foxes, otters, and sables are numerous, as are reindeer in the north, and musk deer, hares are everywhere. The rivers swarm with fish, especially species of salmon. Numerous whales visit the seacoast, including the critically end angered Western Pacific gray whale, for which the coast of Sakhalin is the only known feeding ground. Other endangered whale species known to occur in this area are the North Pacific right whale, the bowhead whale, and the beluga whale.
In spite of the fauna wealth In Sakhalin, the hunting is opened here only for bear which could be combine with the interesting fishing.
DAY 1. Arrival to Yuzhno – Sakhalinsk airport, accommodation in a hotel.
DAY 2. Breakfast, Transfer to the hunting camp accommodation, instruction.
DAY 3-8. Hunt.
DAY 9. Transfer to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. Arrival. Accommodation at the hotel.
DAY 10. Transfer to airport.
In the hunting camp, wooden house.