IntroductionOne of the top attractions in the far eastern region of Russia is an excursion to the spectacular volcanoes and parks of the pristine Kamchatka Peninsula. There are grizzly bears, salmon-filled rivers and geyser activity (in Geyser Valley) to rival Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. Its remoteness—4,200 mi/6,800 km northeast of Moscow—makes it difficult and expensive to reach, but if you're looking for unspoiled wilderness (including eating red and black caviar from buckets), Kamchatka is well worth the trouble.
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