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Day 1

  • 09.50 Meeting tourists at the airport with a sign “Rainbow of the North”
  • 11.30-12.30 Visit to the world’s first nuclear icebreaker “Lenin”
  • Transfer to hotel “Azimut”
  • 13.00 Check-in to the rooms
  • 14.00 Lunch
  • 14.30 Departure for excursion: MURMANSK-CAPITAL OF THE ZAPOLARIA
  • A sightseeing tour of Murmansk with a visit to the main sights:
  • Area Five Corners
  • DK im. Kirova
  • Memorial to the seamen-submariners who died in peacetime (the Church of the Savior-on-the-Waters, the Lighthouse, the cutting of the “Kursk”, the anchor)
  • Memorial to the Defenders of the Soviet Arctic in the Second World War
  • Monument “Waiting”
  • Arrival at the hotel
  • 19.00 Dinner at the hotel
  • “Hunting for the Northern Lights” (the trip will take place in clear weather, two places from where you can see the northern lights, this is the village of Abram-cape 15 km from the city of Murmansk, on the opposite side of the bay, where from the high point you can see a beautiful view of the city and see the sky And approximately 0 km from the city near the village of Kilpyavr)
  • Overnight in the hotel “Azimuth”

Murmansk is a hero city, located behind the Arctic Circle, at 69 parallels, on the rocky east coast of the Kola Bay of the Barents Sea. This is the largest non-freezing port of the Arctic coast of Russia and the largest city in the world beyond the Arctic Circle. Polar day – the famous white night – will meet you with the midnight sun. You will see the gate of the Arctic – hundreds of cranes, ships, standing in the roadstead, they define the peculiar beauty of the northern sea city; You will visit the nuclear icebreaker Lenin, which became a museum, and the most northerly oceanarium. A sightseeing tour of the city with a story about the history of the city, founded in 1916 in connection with the creation of a seaport in the Kola Bay and completely destroyed during the Second World War, but became a hero city . The Square of Five Corners is the heart of the city; Memorial to the “Defenders of the Soviet Arctic Circle, 1941-1945”. Monuments to the ice-breaking steamships Chelyuskin and Ermak, the victims of the intervention of 1918, the monuments of the anti-Hitler coalition, Ivan Papanin, Valentin Pikul, the Church of Spas-na-Vodah, the ram’s forehead Lake Semyonovskoe, the observation deck at Cape Green, etc.

Day 2


  • 07.30-08.00 Breakfast in the hotel
  • 08.30 Departure by car
  • On the route – information about the indigenous inhabitants of the Sami
  • 10.30 Arrival in the Sami village
  • Getting to know the culture and way of life of the Sami people
  • The rite of sacrifice according to the old rite (to have coins of 10, 50 cents)
  • Lappish games: throwing nyartala (arkana), Sami fell (Saami ball)
  • Acquaintance with the reindeer, feeding, photographing
  • Riding a reindeer team, on a banana behind a snowmobile
  • Ear, venison with potatoes, herbal tea
  • Photo in national clothes
  • Acquisition of national souvenirs – amulets (400 rubles)
  • 15.30 Arrival in Murmansk
  • Free time
  • 20.00 dinner at the hotel
  • Overnight stay

Where to go for weekends and holidays to a resident of Murmansk? In winter there is the Snow Village and Kirovsk. Someone chooses a trip to Finland or to Kirkenes. But we have a special and unusual place on the Kola Peninsula – the Saami village just 110 kilometers from Murmansk. A place is amazing! This place is called “Sam Siyt”, which means “Saami village”. The Saami (or Sami or Lopari) are the indigenous people of the Murmansk region, as well as northern Norway, Sweden and Finland. If our northern neighbors have a tourist industry that has long ago put on the flow the notion of ethnotourism, then this is not so widely developed in our country. And it’s also a great idea for a weekend trip!

Day 3


  • 08.00 Breakfast at the hotel
  • 09.00 Departure to Teriberka
  • On the way, hunting for the Northern Lights
  • 12.30 Arrival in Teriber
  • Photo near the Arctic Ocean
  • 13.00-14.00 Lunch (cabbage salad, borsch, salmon with rice and vegetables, mors, bread, cheesecake with cowberry, tea)
  • 16.30 Departure to Murmansk
  • On the way, hunting for the Northern Lights
  • 20.00 Arrival at the hotel
  • 20.30 Dinner at the hotel

Pomor settlement, is located in the Kola district of the Murmansk region, on the shore of the river of the same name. The first mention of the settlement of Teriberka is, roughly, by 1523. In this village the sensational film of A. Zvyagintsev “Leviathan” was shot. The village is located 125 km from Murmansk. During the excursion you will learn the history of the village of Teriberka, see the present village and its future!!! You can see the beautiful waterfall that carries its stormy waters right into the ocean, the old artillery battery. You will go to the locations of the filming of the movie, and you will meet people who took part in the mass shootings. See the cemetery of old wooden carbases, the former military airfield, the first on the Kola North weather station, founded in 1893 and much more.

Day 4

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Airport transfer

The price includes: transfer under the program, meeting at the airport, guide services throughout the tour, accommodation in a 2-bed room in the Azimut Hotel (it is possible to book any other hotel: Meridian, Park Inn, etc.), meals according to the program , Entrance tickets for all objects of visit under the program, rent of jeeps in Teriberka.