Being much closer to Japan and even the United States than to Moscow, the Kamchatka Peninsula is Russia’s terra incognita and one of its best attractions.
Kamchatka is believed to have over 300 volcanoes, including 28 acting, among them Klyuchevskaya Sopka, the highest one in Eurasia. With thousands of hot mud geysers and springs, the peninsula is a delight for anyone who likes nature.
The wild frontiers of Kamchatka are populated by about 10,000 bears, thousands of reindeers, a dozen of species of marine mammals and largest crabs on earth.
The region can offer you a lot of extreme attractions. Would you like to do some winter surfing or heli-skiing?
All you could imagine about the Russian Far East is right here, up for grabs for your future production.
Why with us
Kamchatka is definitely TV/film-friendly, but people there live in a completely different world, where the television or film is not something of a great importance. Therefore, you could end up lost in translation.
Our local production team will help you overcome all the cultural barriers.
Visas and Customs
Please take a look at our article about Russian visas for filmmakers and TV people.
Russia is part of Carnet ATA system. However, Kamchatka customs is always quite busy and you may expect significant delays clearing your gear. But we will be there to help you out.
Daily flights connect the peninsula’s capital Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky with Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Khabarovsk, and Vladivostok.
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Selected TV Credits
You only live once, Travel Channel
Host Mikey Kay travels to the world's most remote destinations. The episode features the Russian Far East's Kamchatka Peninsula and Yakutia.