- Kamchatka is a region in the far east of Russia, near the Arctic Circle. Even for the Russians, it's "the end of the world". The peninsula bathes in the Pacific and concentrates more than two hundred volcanoes of which about thirty still active. Giant sulfuric acid lakes, fumarolic fields, lunar landscapes ... In Kamchatka, the one that resists the most is the brown bear, which is large enough to make the region the world's largest animal sanctuary. . Kamchatka is the last paradise on earth where the balance is maintained by the fire of volcanoes and the ice of the ocean.
- On January 23, 2019 at 17:30