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Unique Trans-Siberian winter journey to Lake Baikal

Guided winter tour to Siberia. Siberia can only be understood in wintertime with its harsh climate. We are offering this 12-days adventure tour from Moscow to the heart of Siberia and lake Baikal to give you the opportunity to experience those real cold and special winter days.

Your journey will take you to places rarely visited by tourists and give you an authentic glimpse into the everyday life in Siberia. One of the highlights will be the crossing of the frozen lake by foot or by car (depending on weather conditions). The lake is frozen in February and March only. In the winter months when the lake is icy but not yet frozen, you will enjoy a day hike through the wintery forests along the shore of lake Baikal instead.

In Moscow you are going to experience the rich cultural life of the Russian metropole embedded in beautiful winter scenery. After two days of visits to known and unknown places in Moscow, you will depart on your train journey towards Novosibirsk, your first stop along the Trans-Siberian railroad. The construction of the world’s longest and most difficult to build railway, the Trans-Siberian railroad, was finished over a 100 years ago. The link between Moscow and Vladivostok, some 6000 miles apart, was completed employing a labour force of over 90000. Ever since the rail service linking Europe with the Far East was established at the turn of last century, foreign travellers and adventurers have been fascinated by this great journey and crossed Siberia to reach the Pacific or China. Across the Ural mountains to Siberia, through towns that were built along the rails into the Mongolian steps and Gobi desert, the Trans-Siberian journey offers a great opportunity to experience an unforgettable trip. You will spend a total of five days on the train past the Ural Mountains through white forests, along frozen lakes and rivers, and through remote villages of painted wooden houses. Irkutsk, the final destination, is also called ‘Paris’ of Siberia for its pulsing street life and people’s elegant clothes. Still a major trade center for furs, Irkutsk enjoys today a certain economic wealth. Short but hot summers and very cold winters, however, make life here a real challenge. If the weather permits, you will cross parts of the frozen lake on foot for a 20 km walk until the village of Bolshie Koty, where you can take a real Russian steam bath on the shore of the lake (optional, not included) and sleep in a warm comfortable Siberian wooden house. Those brave enough can even take a short swim under the ice. Bizarre formations of ice arise from the high pressure of the thick plate of ice moving against the shore. The noise of the crushing ice at night will last as an unforgettable memory.

Details on lake Baikal:

Irkutsk can be as cold as -20°C at night in winter. Thermal protection is essential, especially for feet, fingers and face. Also, UV protecting sunglasses are required for eye protection. The crossing of the lake and the overnight stay on the lake are absolutely safe. The ice of the lake is min. 1m thick and can hold a car or even a large lorry easily. Polar sleeping bags and equipment to sleep in tents on the lake will be provided.

A few data:

  • Thickness of the ice in March: 100-110 cm
  • Average daily temperature in March + 10-15°C
  • Average temperature at night: -15°C

 

In Moscow you are going to experience the rich cultural life of the Russian metropole embedded in beautiful winter scenery. After two days of visits to known and unknown places in Moscow, you will depart on your train journey towards Novosibirsk, your first stop along the Trans-Siberian railroad. The construction of the world’s longest and most difficult to build railway, the Trans-Siberian railroad, was finished over a 100 years ago. The link between Moscow and Vladivostok, some 6000 miles apart, was completed employing a labour force of over 90000. Ever since the rail service linking Europe with the Far East was established at the turn of last century, foreign travellers and adventurers have been fascinated by this great journey and crossed Siberia to reach the Pacific or China. Across the Ural mountains to Siberia, through towns that were built along the rails into the Mongolian steps and Gobi desert, the Trans-Siberian journey offers a great opportunity to experience an unforgettable trip. You will spend a total of five days on the train past the Ural Mountains through white forests, along frozen lakes and rivers, and through remote villages of painted wooden houses. Irkutsk, the final destination, is also called ‘Paris’ of Siberia for its pulsing street life and people’s elegant clothes. Still a major trade center for furs, Irkutsk enjoys today a certain economic wealth. Short but hot summers and very cold winters, however, make life here a real challenge. If the weather permits, you will cross parts of the frozen lake on foot for a 20 km walk until the village of Bolshie Koty, where you can take a real Russian steam bath on the shore of the lake (optional, not included) and sleep in a warm comfortable Siberian wooden house. Those brave enough can even take a short swim under the ice. Bizarre formations of ice arise from the high pressure of the thick plate of ice moving against the shore. The noise of the crushing ice at night will last as an unforgettable memory.In Moscow you are going to experience the rich cultural life of the Russian metropole embedded in beautiful winter scenery. After two days of visits to known and unknown places in Moscow, you will depart on your train journey towards Novosibirsk, your first stop along the Trans-Siberian railroad. The construction of the world’s longest and most difficult to build railway, the Trans-Siberian railroad, was finished over a 100 years ago. The link between Moscow and Vladivostok, some 6000 miles apart, was completed employing a labour force of over 90000. Ever since the rail service linking Europe with the Far East was established at the turn of last century, foreign travellers and adventurers have been fascinated by this great journey and crossed Siberia to reach the Pacific or China. Across the Ural mountains to Siberia, through towns that were built along the rails into the Mongolian steps and Gobi desert, the Trans-Siberian journey offers a great opportunity to experience an unforgettable trip. You will spend a total of five days on the train past the Ural Mountains through white forests, along frozen lakes and rivers, and through remote villages of painted wooden houses. Irkutsk, the final destination, is also called ‘Paris’ of Siberia for its pulsing street life and people’s elegant clothes. Still a major trade center for furs, Irkutsk enjoys today a certain economic wealth. Short but hot summers and very cold winters, however, make life here a real challenge. If the weather permits, you will cross parts of the frozen lake on foot for a 20 km walk until the village of Bolshie Koty, where you can take a real Russian steam bath on the shore of the lake (optional, not included) and sleep in a warm comfortable Siberian wooden house. Those brave enough can even take a short swim under the ice. Bizarre formations of ice arise from the high pressure of the thick plate of ice moving against the shore. The noise of the crushing ice at night will last as an unforgettable memory.In Moscow you are going to experience the rich cultural life of the Russian metropole embedded in beautiful winter scenery. After two days of visits to known and unknown places in Moscow, you will depart on your train journey towards Novosibirsk, your first stop along the Trans-Siberian railroad. The construction of the world’s longest and most difficult to build railway, the Trans-Siberian railroad, was finished over a 100 years ago. The link between Moscow and Vladivostok, some 6000 miles apart, was completed employing a labour force of over 90000. Ever since the rail service linking Europe with the Far East was established at the turn of last century, foreign travellers and adventurers have been fascinated by this great journey and crossed Siberia to reach the Pacific or China. Across the Ural mountains to Siberia, through towns that were built along the rails into the Mongolian steps and Gobi desert, the Trans-Siberian journey offers a great opportunity to experience an unforgettable trip. You will spend a total of five days on the train past the Ural Mountains through white forests, along frozen lakes and rivers, and through remote villages of painted wooden houses. Irkutsk, the final destination, is also called ‘Paris’ of Siberia for its pulsing street life and people’s elegant clothes. Still a major trade center for furs, Irkutsk enjoys today a certain economic wealth. Short but hot summers and very cold winters, however, make life here a real challenge. If the weather permits, you will cross parts of the frozen lake on foot for a 20 km walk until the village of Bolshie Koty, where you can take a real Russian steam bath on the shore of the lake (optional, not included) and sleep in a warm comfortable Siberian wooden house. Those brave enough can even take a short swim under the ice. Bizarre formations of ice arise from the high pressure of the thick plate of ice moving against the shore. The noise of the crushing ice at night will last as an unforgettable memory.v
Type: Small Group Tours
Duration: 12 days

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Day 1:

Arrival in Moscow and transfer to the hotel. Free time to visit the capital on your own. Accommodation at the hotel.

Day 2:

City tour of Moscow’s famous sights including the Red Square, Basilius cathedral, GUM Shopping centre, Novodevichy Convent, the ancient KGB buildings, the Lenin state library and the Lomonosov Moscow State University (MGU). Visit the Kremlin – a symbol of power and might of the vast Russian lands – with its impressive churches and the Armoury Chamber on the Kremlin grounds which contains a unique collection of Royal Russian and international jewellery including thrones, crowns, carriages, costumes, gold and silverware, all lavishly studded with precious stones. Optional in the evening: visit of a ballet, concert, opera or the famous Moscow Circus (tickets not included). Accommodation at the hotel.

Day 3:

The tour of Moscow continues. Your guide will take you to the Tretyakov gallery where you can marvel at Russian fine art and to the Arbat Street where you’ll have time to buy some clothes for your journey to Siberia. Transfer to the train station and departure on the Trans-Siberian to Novosibirsk. Overnight on board of the train.

Day 4:

On board of the Trans-Siberian train passing various villages alongside countless birch- and broadleaf forests, all covered with white snow. Enough time to enjoy a cup of hot tea from the samovar, to read, talk and relax. Overnight on board of the train.

Day 5:

Arrival in Novosibirsk in the evening. Transfer to your hotel. Accommodation at the hotel.

Day 6:

Novosibirsk is the largest city and cultural as well as economical centre of Siberia. Today, you will walk around the city of Novosibirsk, visiting all the main attractions of the city such as: Novosibirsk Railway Station (the biggest station of the Trans-Siberian Railroad), Ascension cathedral, Krasny Prospect street, Lenin Square (city centre with the biggest world’s Opera House), old wooden houses on Gorkogo Str. (the oldest part of the city), St. Nicolas Chapel (the geographic centre of Russia) and the river Ob’ embankment. Visit of the Local Lore (History Museum), featuring the fascinating and mystical history of Siberia. Our local guides love the city and will make you discover the culture and atmosphere of this fascinating Siberian town! Evening departure with the Trans-Siberian train to Irkutsk. Overnight on board of the train.

Day 7:

On board of the Trans-Siberian train passing a fantastic winter landscape. Overnight on board of the train.

Day 8:

Early morning arrival in Irkutsk and transfer to the fishing village of Listvyianka on the shore of Lake Baikal where you’ll spend the night in a cozy Siberian wooden chalet. Full board included. Lake Baikal is a unique biosphere, the World’s deepest, largest (in terms of volume) and presumably oldest (25 million years) lake containing more than 20% of all running fresh-water on this earth. The threat of pollution by unregulated economic exploitation has led to the creation of the largest protected area to keep the cleanliness of its water and uniqueness of its inhabitation for future generations. The lake is 400 miles long, 40 miles wide and about 1 mile deep. Unlike other deep lakes whose bottom waters are poisoned by hydrogen sulphide and other gases, Lake Baikal’s water is saturated with oxygen from its surface to the deepest point and therefore, living organisms can be found at all levels.

Day 9:

December – January: If the lake is not frozen, you will go on a day hike through the wintery forest and along the shore of lake Baikal.

February – March: Depart for the excursion along and on the frozen ice of Lake Baikal to the village Bolshy Koty. The trek is about 16 km each way. 

Accommodation in a typical Siberian wooden house or in a polar tent on the frozen lake (1 night, tent only for groups). Full board included.

Day 10:

December – January: Free day to explore the lake on your own. If the snow is deep enough, you might consider booking a sledge ride with the fast Huskies and visit the Husky centre (optional, not included).

February – March: Return by foot or by Jeep to Listvyanka. 

Overnight in a cozy Siberian chalet. Full board included.

Day 11:

Return to Irkutsk. Irkutsk is also called ‘Paris’ of Siberia for its pulsing street life and people’s elegant clothes. Still a major trade centre for furs, Irkutsk enjoys today a certain economic wealth. Short but hot summers and very cold winters, however, make life here a real challenge. During a tour of Irkutsk, your guide will tell you about the development of this Siberian city’s evolution and shows the most interesting sights and peculiar features of one of the most beautiful cities in Russia. You will see beautiful Russian Orthodox churches, a Polish Cathedral (the only Siberian Gothic-style building), many wooden houses or cabins that are decorated with “wooden laces” (hand-made carvings) as well as modern constructions of the 20th century and visit the Decembrist House. Accommodation at the hotel.

Day 12:

Transfer to the airport.

What's included

  • Train tickets (1st or 2nd class)
  • All transfers
  • 4 overnights on board of the train
  • 4 overnights in 3-4-star hotels, double room with shower/bath, incl. breakfast
  • 3 nights in a traditional Siberian wooden chalet, double room with shower, incl. full board
  • Guided visits to sights and landmarks mentioned in the program with a local English-speaking guide including all entries and fees in each city
  • Included meals: Breakfast in all hotels, full board in Listvyanka and/or Boshie Koty
  • Visa invitations and documentation to get the visa for Russia
  • Assistance of our partners in case of emergency in each city
Not included in the price
  • International flight to/from Moscow return Irkutsk: Depending on your departure city, we are pleased to help you find the best rates for your airline ticket.
  • Visa consular fee: visit the website of your local consulate for details
  • Meals unless mentioned
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • Travel insurance (medical insurance is compulsory)
  • Winter equipment unless mentioned
Additional expenses
  • Train 1st. class (2-berth-Sleeper) sup.: 335$
  • Hotel Single sup.: 364$
Additional info

This itinerary is flexible and can be adapted to your needs. Please let us know if you need an individualized quote.

English speaking local guides in Moscow, Novosibirsk and Irkutsk will be responsible for your safety and excursions. On special request, a guide who will travel with you from Moscow to Irkutsk is also available. We can offer guided tours in German, French, Italian, Russian and English. You can start this tour from Moscow at any time (min. 2 persons are required per booking).

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Sights included in program

Moscow : The Kremlin
The Moscow Kremlin, the beautiful and ancient ensemble stands high on the hill towering over the left bank of the Moskva river. The Kremlin has always been perceived as a symbol of power and might of the Russian state, the national idea expressed in stone. It is the oldest part of the city, its political, historic and cultural centre, and the seat of the country's highest bodies of power. The Kremlin contains unique specimens of Russian metal cas... Read more
Moscow : Red Square
The famous Red Square is located in the heart of Moscow. Of course, no trip to Russia would be complete without a visit to Red Square, perhaps Russia's most well known place, and possibly the most famous city square in the world. It is Russia’s most recognizable landmark and is usually tourists first stop in Moscow. It is surrounded by Saint Basil’s Cathedral, the State History Museum, Lenin’s Mausoleum and the Kremlin. Visitors... Read more
The Novodevichy Convent, one of Moscow's most beautiful cloisters, is nestled in the southwest of Moscow where the Moskva River bends to form what looks like a peninsula. It is an amazing architectural monument, and also the greatest of city's attractions, second only to the Kremlin. It is a peaceful retreat from the bustling Moscow. The Novodevichy Convent, built in the 16th and 17th centuries in the so-called Moscow Baroque style, was part of a... Read more
The Bolshoi Theatre is a symbol of Russia for all time. It is one of the leading ballet and opera companies in the world. It was awarded this honor due to the major contribution it made to the history of the Russian performing arts. This history is on-going and today Bolshoi Theatre artists continue to contribute to it many bright pages. The Bolshoi building, which for many years now has been regarded as one of Moscow's main sights, was opened on... Read more
The Armoury Chamber - a treasure-house, it is a part of the Grand Kremlin Palace’s complex, and is one of the oldest museums of Moscow, established in 1808. The museum collections were based on the precious items that had been preserved for centuries in the tsars’ treasury and the Patriarch’s vestry. Some of the exhibits were made in the Kremlin’s workshops, others were accepted as ambassadorial gifts. The Armoury Cha... Read more
The St. Basil’s Cathedral Moscow just that this fascinating church at the heart of Moscow, is an exemplary work of art, which touchingly and glamorously traces back the history of Russia in an encompassing and solemn manner, that no other tourist attraction can ever surpass. It is an interesting milestone and a great leaping step towards world tourism and the interesting pieces of history in its courageous, attractive and worth reading whol... Read more
The State Tretyakov Gallery is the national treasury of Russian fine art and one of the greatest museums in the world. It possesses a unique collection of Russian art which includes masterpieces which span a period of a thousand years. The Gallery's collection consists entirely of Russian art and artists who have made а contribution to the history of Russian art or been closely connected with it. Nowadays it contains more than 170,000 works by Ru... Read more
Moscow : Arbat Street
In every city steeped in history there is always a street which attracts tourists like a magnet. This is a place filled with spirit of its own, while buildings bordering it and side-streets stemming from it each have a story to tell. In Moscow it is Old Arbat or simply Arbat – one of oldest and most popular walking streets. Today Arbat is as important landmark as Red Square, the Bolshoi Theatre and St. Basil Cathedral. Read more
The Cathedral square came into being as early as the C14th, when the first stone churches were built here. At its northern end the square is framed by the massive golden dome of Assumption Cathedral, almost filling one end of the square. The space under its huge portal is filled by the image of the Holy Virgin surround by Archangels. Adjacent to Assumption Cathedral are the Patriarch's Chambers, with their pedestrian arches and Church of The... Read more
Moscow : GUM
The GUM shopping mall is a landmark in Moscow's Red Square. It occupies the majority of the historic square's east side with a facade stretching the length of two and a half football fields. The Gum (pronounced as 'goom') department store was built over a hundred years ago and is a testament to the expertise of late nineteenth century Russian architecture. With the looks of a royal palace this mall is a fitting addition to the numerous gems surro... Read more
The name is first mentioned in 1480, when Ivan III settled many Novgorodians in the area.They built the church of St Sophia, modelled after St Sophia Cathedral in Novgorod, and called the area Lubyanka after the Lubyanitsy district of their native city. Read more
Moscow : Moscow Circus
Moscow is often described as the world's circus capital, and the Moscow State Circus is internationally renowned for the skill and inventiveness of its acrobats and clowns. In fact, when it's at home, the Moscow State Circus is two separate circuses, the Big State Circus on Prospekt Vernadskogo, and the Old Circus or Nikulin Circus on Tsvetnoi Bulvar. Unlike the touring version, the circus in Moscow includes a number... Read more
Lomonosov Moscow State University is a coeducational and public research university located in Moscow, Russia. It was founded on January 25, 1755 by Mikhail Lomonosov. MSU was renamed after Lomonosov in 1940 and was then known as Lomonosov University. It also houses the tallest educational building in the world. According to the 2018 QS World University Rankings, it is the highest-ranking Russian educational institution and is widely considered t... Read more
The Russian State Library is the national library of Russia, located in Moscow. It is the largest in the country and the fifth largest in the world for its collection of books (17.5 million). It was named the V. I. Lenin State Library of the USSR from 1925 until it was renamed in 1992 as the Russian State Library. Read more
The largest bell in the world lies on a pedestal located on the grounds of Moscow’s Kremlin. Cast in 1735 at the request of Empress Anna Ioanovna, a niece of Peter the Great, the great bell has suffered a long series of misfortunes. Read more
The Tsar Cannon actually deserves its pompous name—it is the biggest cannon in the world. This piece of royal artillery was built to defend the Kremlin, and it has been located there for more than four hundred years. There are rumors that the cannon has never been fired, but this is not true. Read more
Irkutsk : 130 Kvartal
Transport yourself back in time and take a stroll along 130 Kvartal, a restoration project of traditional Siberian wooden houses of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, some transported from other locations, some constructed to blend in with original structures in the area. Read more
A true adornment of Irkutsk is the Epiphany Cathedral. This church looks quite unusually. It is colorful and ornate and does not resemble classic orthodox churches. The matter concerns its decoration: the church’s façade and its tholobate are decorated with pictures of the saints in whole-length. Besides, the church is fancy decorated with ornamented tiles, and brightly painted like Russian popular prints. The influence of old-Russia... Read more
Irkutsk is recognized as the Decembrists' center of Russia. Museums were opened (in 1970 and 1985, respectively) in houses where the families of Sergei Trubetskoy and Sergey Volkonsky had lived. You'll find here genuine things that belonged to the Decembrists and replicas of lost things such as pieces of furniture, tableware, stoves, musical instruments, ancient chandeliers, embroidery, books, sheet music, and pictures and photographs. On certain... Read more
The Polish Roman Catholic Church of Irkutsk is enrolled on the Polish Cultural Heritage List, as its construction was carried out with the support of Irkutsk Poles. Today the church building houses the Organ Hall of the Philharmonic, where services are conducted after the concerts.  Read more
Siberia : Novosibirsk
Novosibirsk is city that prides itself on size: it is the third-largest city in Russia (the biggest city east of the Urals), has the biggest railway station along the trans-Siberian route, the biggest library in Siberia, and the biggest opera/ballet theater in all of Russia - even bigger than Moscow's Bolshoy. The red-brick Cathedral of St. Alexander Nevsky, while not the biggest, is considered one of the finest existing examples of pure Russian ... Read more
Baikal : Irkutsk
An unique old city, Irkutsk was known as «Paris of Siberia» in the middle of the 19th century. It plays a remarkable role in the Russian history and it's not accidentally called the city-museum. Irkutsk saves many ancient monuments, romantic look, church cupola's lighting upon the blue current of Angara River. This incredible city is called the midst of the Earth, since it's equidistant from the three world's oceans: the Arctic, the P... Read more
Listvyanka is perhaps one of the oldest Russian settlements on the shore of the great Lake Baikal, the deepest lake in the world. It is a charming village dotted with traditional Siberian wooden houses, with a main road that runs right along the shore of fantastic lake, making it the perfect base to explore this picturesque region. This old-style Siberian village is one of the most visited places in Siberia. Everything about it impresses our imag... Read more
Baikal : Bolshie Koty
Bolshie Koty is an ancient settlement on the shore of fabulous Lake Baikal. One of the most picturesque places on the lake, Bolshie Koty is a remote and isolated village (reachable only by feet or by boat, no road) where one can relax and take a break from city life and traffic noise to simply enjoy the beauty and serenity of this region. The warm hospitality, the beautiful location and the peace and quiet the village offeres is compelling reason... Read more
1/7th of the World : Baikal
Lake Baikal in Siberia is listed as a Unesco World Heritage site and was also voted as one of Russia's Seven Wonders. It's not hard to see why. Baikal is one of those rare spots on the earth where nature has still remained genuine and untouched. The magnificent landscapes – the lake is surrounded by high mountain chains - and the unique clarity of the crystal-clear water, which runs into a darkness teeming with fish. Siberians believe that ... Read more
Explore : Moscow
Moscow can be an overwhelming experience for visitors - there's just so much to see in this vast and vibrant city, from the truly sublime to the ever-so-slightly ridiculous. Moscow has been one of the world's ballet capitals for almost two centuries. It is home to the Bolshoi Ballet, founded in the late 18th century and based at the Bolshoi Theatre. It is called the "world capital of museums". It's no surprise, considering that there are over a ... Read more
Novosibirsk : Ascension Cathedral
The Ascension Cathedral (Voznesensky Sobor) stands on the site of the wooden Church of the Ascension of 1913. In 1988, the church was rebuilt in a stone cathedral for the celebration of the 1000th Anniversary of the Christianization of Rus’. Parishioners come here to pray to the icons of St. Nicholas with a particle of relics and to the icon of St. Panteleimon the Healer. Read more
Novosibirsk : Krasny (red) avenue
Krasny avenue (formerly, Novonikolayevskiy) is the main street of the city. Its length is 7 kilometers, from the Ob embankment to the airport «Northern» (now active), but the stretch, which may be of any interest for tourists, – between the Officers House and the Pervomayskiy (1st May) public garden – is much shorter. Read more
Novosibirsk State Museum of Local History and Nature was founded in 1920 by Vladimir A. Anzimirov who wanted to bring the knowledge about the world around us to the public. The first exhibitions were devoted to astronomy and geology. In late 1920-s, the museum was the leading one in West Siberian Region. Today the museum is one of the city's major attractions. It is visited by more than 150 thousand people every year. The collection numbers over ... Read more
If you arrive to Novosibirsk by train, the first building you see is the railway station, and even if you don’t see anything else in the city but this building, you will still see enough. The Main Railway Station (Novosibirsk-Glavny in Russian) is one of the main city attractions and one of the largest railway stations in the country with the total area of more than 29000 m2. Its shape resembles a locomotive heading eastwards. Read more
From the artistic point of view, the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre is one of the most renowned theatres in Russia. Of a particular interest is the building of the theatre designed in the avant-gardism style. It is the largest building in Russia and one of the largest buildings in the world. Read more
Novosibirsk : St. Nicholas Chapel
A small chapel of St. Nicholas on the Krasny avenue is the symbol of Novosibirsk. It was built by local merchants in memory of the 300th anniversary of the Romanov Dynasty in 1914. Read more
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