Journey to the heart of Siberia
(Drawing Frozen Baikal)
Lake Baikal can rightfully be considered the most mysterious lake on our planet. And we promise that when you visit it, you will be convinced of this; it can be strange, inexplicable, wild, but in any case, it is incredibly beautiful.
Baikal contains 20% of the fresh waters of our planet, it is the largest, deepest and cleanest lake in the world with a mirror surface of 31,470 sq. km, surrounded by mountain ranges that amaze the imagination. The lake is shrouded in legends and mysteries that you have to unravel; it attracts tourists from all over the world like a magnet both in summer and winter.
A trip to Baikal will be remembered for a long time for its special mystical energy, and the lake will also amaze you with its size. Do not be surprised to hear from the locals: “Have you already seen the sea?”. "Go towards the sea" - that's what Baikal is called here.
There are 30 islands on the lake, the largest of which is Olkhon Island, an ancient island in the very center of the ancient lake. It is said that all roads lead to Rome, but here all roads lead to Olkhon, because this is the strongest place on Lake Baikal in terms of energy, and the heart stops when you stand at an ancient rock. And whether you are a Catholic, a Buddhist, a Christian or an atheist, the reaction will be the same - surprise and admiration. This island promises you an unsolved mystery. It is Lake Baikal that is considered “the father of all shamans”, where you can see the grandiose and awe-inspiring rocks, falls and bays, hear stories and legends, gain energy and new impressions.