||every Fr, Sat. and Sund.|
||3 days / 2 nights
||$ 540 - per person
Malkinskaya Bistraya river
flows by Ust-Bolsheretsk village and Malki settlement.
Bistraya river is easy for rafting and very popular among the travelers.
The most interesting places to pay to see:
Stepanova river and Japanese brige.
There 4 rapids during the rafting route.
Temporary camps will be organized by your rafting guides.
Every tent is double one (for two persons).
Every day rafting period is 4 hours.
All the rest time of the day is fishing.
We use for our programs the following equipment:
Rubber rafts (PSN 10)
Every raft carries a team of 4 tourists and 2 rafting guides.
Best period for fishing on Bistraya river.
Drive to Bistraya river. Preparation and checking up for rafting part of the trip.
The beginning of fishing and floating. Dinner. Overnight (tents).
Breakfast. Fishing and floating. Dinner. Overnight (tents).
Breakfast. The end of floating part of the tour. Drive to Petropavlovsk.
The price includes:
transportation, all permits and licenses, insurance.
On the route: hot meals three times a day + dry ration, service of the cook, guide,
double accommodations in tents, over night in sleeping-bags.
The price does not include:
hotel (before and after the trip),
Recommendations for the route:|
This route does not require special travel skills, but it contains many natural obstacles. It is not recommended for the persons being in need of medical treatment and constant medical observation.
1. Fishing on Kamchatka rivers without the fishing permit is prohibited.
2. The number of fish to be caught under the rule "Caught and release" is not limited.
All the fish must be released.
One fish is allowed to be kept as a trophy.
3. We hold the idea of high quality fly fishing build on ecological valuation and careful attitude to the wild nature, and appeal to our customers to use on their tackle not more then one hook.
4. Tourists must be in good physical shape.
List of the recommended equipment:
1. Footwear: light trekking boots and gaiters are good for these routes. It is desirable to have Gore-Tex boots, or well impregnated leather boots. High hip-boots are good too. Ankle-high Gore-Tex boots. It is necessary to take high hip-boots two size larger than you have, in order you can wear them with a thick felt insole and two socks (one is thin and another is warm) or with foot binding. It is desirable to have light trainers for the walk in the bivouac and during the transfers.
2. Sleeping-bag + rug (it's desirable)
3. Personal crockery (travel mug, bowl, spoon, fork)
4. Folding knife
5. Personal hygiene items
6. Clothing: field dress - trousers
+ weatherproof jacket (made of thick cloth - light tarpaulin,
moisture- wind-proof cloth and so on) is preferable, because it is ventilated,
7. Moisture- wind-proof dress made of cloth like Gore-Tex or its analogues.
8. It's desirable to have a big rain-coat, covering the traveler with the rucksack. Underwear (thin flis, wool mixture and so on)
9. Underwear (thin flis or wool)
10. Trousers made of flis (wool)
11. Warm jacket made of flis (sweater)
12. Woolen (flis) cap
13. Warm gloves + moisture-wind-proof mittens (Gore-tex overmittens)
14. Socks: thin - 2 pairs, warm - 2 pairs (if you are in boots - 3 pairs). It's optimal to have socks made of wool and synthetic, "terry type", as they don't rub sore feet so much.
15. Mosquito net + insect repellent
16. Flash light (it's better if it can be warn on the forehead)
17. It's good to have warm waistcoat
18. Sun glasses
20. Telescope sticks (at the least 1) (it's desirable)
21. Personal first-aid set
22. Fishing gear
(tackle and so on)
1. On the route the guide ensures the work of the primus-stove, camp-fire and helps cooking.
2. Porter service does not included in the tour cost, but can be organized.