You will collect a collection of natural masterpieces of the Kola Peninsula: on the way from Murmansk, you will discover the pristine landscapes of the tundra, and upon arriving in Teriberka, you will find yourself face to face with the world of the Arctic Ocean. I will show you a Sami "rock garden", a beach with "dragon eggs", a ship graveyard and tell you about life at the end of the world. Individual excursion for 1–6 people Duration 10 hours Children Can be with children How it goes By car Rating 5 on 7 reviews from 12000 rub. for 1-3 people or 4000 rubles. per person if there are more of you
What awaits you
A place of harsh beauty and greatness The picturesque corner on the shores of the Barents Sea is amazing at any time of the year. You will see how the laconicism of small forms unfolds here into a multidimensional picture of a special Arctic life. I will tell you what it is like to live in a place where you can watch blue-black oceanic storms, ebb and flow, sunsets, sunrises, moonrises and magical northern lights. And if you carefully study the sea, you will see seals, whales, killer whales and even dolphins
Symbols of Teriberka You will see the "mystical pyramids" and find out where the tradition of putting stones for good luck came from. At the ship cemetery, we will talk about the Leviathan sites of Teriberka, the filming of a film that gave the village a new life, and the past life of a fishing village. You will also see the beautiful Teriberk reservoir - Small Battery Lake - and a spectacular waterfall. A little later you will stroll along the rocky beach where the "dinosaur eggs" are located. Ride the giant swing overlooking the ocean. And, of course, on the coast of the Barents Sea you will have time to be alone with the spirit of the northern element
? There will definitely be stops along the way so that you can take beautiful pictures of the picturesque places of northern nature.
The distance from Murmansk to Teriberka is 120 km. Travel time will be about 2-3 hours.
The meeting point is by agreement with the guide, you can discuss it when ordering an excursion.