Having an office in Petrozavodsk, the capital city of Karelia, enhances our ability to provide high-quality travel services in this region of Russia.

Our Karelia sightseeing tours include visiting places of historical and cultural interest, such as Kizhi Island, Valaam Monastery, city of Petrozavodsk, Ruskeala Mountain Park and the Petroglyphs. Also available, packages for some of Karelia's best outdoor adventures may include dogsledding, snowmobiling, skiing, fishing/ice-fishing, river rafting, cycling and bird watching.

See the list of our Karelia tours

Grand Northern Russia Tour

A balanced northern Russia tour rich in historical insights, cultural and natural experiences.

  • 3 UNESCO sites: Kizhi, Petroglyphs & Solovetsky
  • Valaam Monastery
  • Ruskeala Mountain Park
  • The White Sea–Baltic Canal
  • Summer small group tour
7 days / 6 nights

From 1190 Euro/person

Kizhi Tour in Winter

This Kizhi Island tour is available from mid-October to mid-May.

  • Travel to Kizhi by hovercraft
  • See historical churches and chapels
  • Explore a traditional Russian log house
  • Experience rural tranquility, silence and clean air
6-14 hours

From 7000 Rubles/person

Kizhi Tour in Summer

This boat trip to Kizhi is available from mid May to mid October

  • Travel to Kizhi Island by hydrofoil
  • Explore historical wooden churches
  • Enjoy nature and landscapes
  • Roundtrip boat fare and walking tour on the Island are included
Approx. 9 hours

Price: not yet available.

Dog Sled Safari in Karelia

Winter dog sledding experience in Russian Karelia

  • Kennel visit to meet the dogs
  • Dog sled wilderness adventure
  • Suitable for beginners
About 4 hours

Group of 2: 7900 Rubles/person

Discover Karelia Tour

Visit historic sights and enjoy scenic landscapes of Russian Karelia

  • Kizhi Island
  • Ruskeala Park
  • Traditional Karelian village
  • Available from May to October
2 days / 1 night

Price: from 19800 Rubles/person

Winter Adventure Tour to Russian Karelia

During this winter break, you will participate in several outdoor and indoor activities such as:

  • Driving a dog sled team
  • Meeting reindeers and furry horses
  • Driving a snowmobile
  • Cooking traditional food
2 days / 1 night

Group of 2: 28000 Rubles/person

Day Trip to Petroglyphs and the White Sea-Baltic Canal

Discover archeological, historical and nature heritage of northern Russia

  • Start in Petrozavodsk & travel to Belomorsk at the White Sea
  • See the Stalin’s White Sea-Baltic Canal
  • Visit UNESCO world heritage site of the White Sea Petroglyphs
  • Private transport and guide
Approx. 14 hours

Group of 2: 15800 Rubles/person

Snowmobile Safari to Kizhi

Winter adventure in Russian Karelia

  • Drive to Kizhi Island in Lake Onega
  • Visit UNESCO’s Kizhi Pogost
  • See remote villages and chapels
  • Equipment and meals included
2 days / 1 night

From 56000 Rubles/person

Trip to Kinerma Village

Authentic and unique insight into the culture of Karelian people

  • Ethnographic and culinary experience
  • Visit Kinerma historical village, first mentioned in 1496
  • Meet the Karelians, a branch of the Finno-Ugrian peoples
  • Taste traditional Karelian pastry – kalitki
Approx. 6 hours

Group of 2: 7500 Rubles/person

Kizhi Necklace

2-day vacation at Kizhi

  • Travel to Kizhi Island by hydrofoil
  • Overnight in comfortable guesthouse
  • Explore Kizhi major attractions and hidden treasures
  • Taste traditional food
2 Days / 1 Night

Price: not yet available

Valaam Cruise

Voyage from St. Petersburg to Valaam in Ladoga Lake

  • Full day at Valaam
  • Two guided tours
  • Comfortable cabin for two nights
  • Meals included
3 Days / 2 Nights

Price:not yet available.

Ruskeala Tour from Petrozavodsk

Discover Ruskeala Mountain Park

  • Visit marble quarries
  • Enjoy the views
  • Pick up and drop off in Petrozavodsk
  • Private transfers
Approx. 10 hours

Group of 2: 10500 Rubles/person

Is it worth going to Karelia? The answer is “yes” if you are interested in seeing the outstanding monuments of Russian wooden architecture, enjoying taiga and lake landscapes or participating in outdoor activities, such as dogsledding and snowmobiling in winter and river rafting in summer.