|Tour||Down the Amur to Petroglyphs|
|Type of tourism||Educational, aquatic, ethnographic|
|Expected clientele||For all Russian Federation population groups and foreigners|
|Duration||2 days/1 night|
|Settlements on the route||Khabarovsk city, Sikachi-Alyan settl., Sarapulskoye settl.|
|Daily tour program||Day 1
Breakfast, departing on board the yacht from Khabarovsk city Yacht Club. Sailing down the Amur river to Sikachi-Alyan settl. Arrival in Sikachi-Alyan settl., a cultural and educational program there includes a tour of the Upper Petroglyphs (rock paintings), a concert featuring meeting and seeing off guests, a presentation of the indigenous community and its activity, a master class in fish processing, in making tala (a national Nanai dish from frozen fresh fish), tasting national cuisine. Transfer to Sarapulskoye settl., accommodation for the night in cottages with amenities or on board the yacht. Dinner (Russian cuisine). Party around the fireplace, folk rituals and games. Russian bath.
Breakfast, fishing or Amur river motor boat trip. Lunch. Leaving for Khabarovsk by bus. Arriving at Khabarovsk. A walking tour of the city. Dinner. End of the program.
|The cost includes||
|Description||Seeing the beauty of the Amur river ranking fourth full-flowing river in Russia, one of the planet’s top ten longest rivers, visiting the unique museum in Sikachi-Alyan settl. (Sikachi-Alyan petroglyphs), fishing in the Dabandinskaya channel (famous with its 130 fish species), and also learning the daily life and traditions of the Nanai community on an engaging integrated tour on board the comfortable 14-meter long motor yacht of De Luxe class. Striking landscapes, havens of Far Eastern wildlife, learning indigenous Nanai cuisine and dish recipes, traditional games of the low-number indigenous peoples - this all will help the traveler clear mind from city problems and identify oneself with traditional Far Eastern culture|