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Vladivostok, Russian Federation

March 2021

Siberian Tiger & Amur Leopard Tracking Tour

March 11 - March 24
Vladivostok Vladivostok, Russian Federation + Google Map
£850 – £3795

Siberian Tiger & Amur Leopard Tracking Tour Hidden away in the temperate forests of the incredible Russian Far East are two of the worlds rarest and most elusive animals in the whole world. The Siberian tiger is the largest species of cat in the world and the Amur leopard is the rarest subspecies of cat in the world. Both beautiful and elusive these big cats hang onto life in a couple of remote locations in Russia. This tour takes you…

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May 2021

Sikhote Alin Wildlife & Culture Tour

May 12 - May 19
Vladivostok Vladivostok, Russian Federation
£550 – £2795

Sikhote Alin Wildlife & Culture Tour This week long itinerary explores one of the least visited and most pristine ecosystems in the world; the Russian state of Primorye may not evoke the same thoughts and emotions as Siberia. But it is this state which harbours the largest areas of intact and protected forests in the Russian Far East. As well as a huge and diverse range of wildlife that inhabit this region there are large numbers of indigenous people that…

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August 2021

Russian Wildlife Tour (Just Mammals)

August 27 - September 8
Vladivostok Vladivostok, Russian Federation + Google Map
£750 – £3395

Russian Wildlife Tour (Just Mammals) The Russian Far East is one of the last wilderness areas in the world and contains one of the most pristine ecosystems complete with some of the largest predators on earth. The largest country in the world is perhaps not synonymous with great wildlife watching but we can assure you that by exploring the forested coastal park of Lazovsky Nature Preserve you will discover an untouched and wonderful wilderness complete with some incredible species. Whilst…

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November 2021

Amur Leopard Photography Tour

November 19 - November 27
Vladivostok Vladivostok, Russian Federation
£780 – £3790

Amur Leopard Photography Tour Russian state of Primorye may not evoke the same thoughts and emotions as Siberia. But it is this state which harbours the largest areas of intact and protected forests in the Russian Far East. Many parks and reserves have been set up in the last 10-20 years. Mostly to protect the populations of Amur Leopards and Siberian Tigers that live here. The numbers of both Siberian tigers and Amur leopards have been slowly yet steadily increasing…

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December 2021

Amur Leopard Photography Tour

December 6 - December 14
Vladivostok Vladivostok, Russian Federation
£780 – £3790

Amur Leopard Photography Tour Russian state of Primorye may not evoke the same thoughts and emotions as Siberia. But it is this state which harbours the largest areas of intact and protected forests in the Russian Far East. Many parks and reserves have been set up in the last 10-20 years. Mostly to protect the populations of Amur Leopards and Siberian Tigers that live here. The numbers of both Siberian tigers and Amur leopards have been slowly yet steadily increasing…

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Amur Leopard Photography Tour

December 31, 2021 - January 8, 2022
Vladivostok Vladivostok, Russian Federation
£750 – £3790

Amur Leopard Photography Tour Russian state of Primorye may not evoke the same thoughts and emotions as Siberia. But it is this state which harbours the largest areas of intact and protected forests in the Russian Far East. Many parks and reserves have been set up in the last 10-20 years. Mostly to protect the populations of Amur Leopards and Siberian Tigers that live here. The numbers of both Siberian tigers and Amur leopards have been slowly yet steadily increasing…

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February 2022

Siberian Tiger Tracking & Amur Leopard Photography Tour

February 19, 2022 - March 8, 2022
Vladivostok Vladivostok, Russian Federation
£1500 – £7125

Siberian Tiger Tracking & Amur Leopard Photography Tour Track the elusive Siberian Tigers of the Russian Far East in the hands of the excellent and experienced Russian tiger researchers and help in their research of conservation of this incredible species. In addition to this you will have access to specialist photography hides set up in locations which offer amazing chances to see wild Amur leopards. This is one of our range of Big Cat tours to Russia that offers both…

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Amur Leopard & Siberian Tiger Photography Tour

February 20, 2022 - March 8, 2022
Vladivostok Vladivostok, Russian Federation
£1500 – £6995

Amur Leopard & Siberian Tiger Photography Tour Visit some of the most pristine ecosystems in the world; the Russian states of Ussuri, Primorye and Amur may not evoke the same thoughts and emotions as Siberia. But it is these states that harbour the remaining population of (wrongly named) Siberian tigers and the more correctly named Amur leopards and here there are many protected areas where they can still be found; they are quietly and slowly increasing in number and expanding…

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Siberian Tiger Photography Tour

February 20, 2022 - February 28, 2022
Vladivostok Vladivostok, Russian Federation
£750 – £3175

Siberian Tiger Photography Tour This 9 day tour is a world first. The first tour dedicated to the photography of fully wild Siberian Tigers in the Russian Far East. Royle Safaris have been pioneering Big Cat Safaris into the Russian Far East for many years. We have had some great success in our popular Siberian Tiger Winter Tour where tracking tigers in the frozen forest and directly contributing to their ongoing conservation. Our success led us to look for other…

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Amur Leopard Photography Tour

February 28, 2022 - March 8, 2022
Vladivostok Vladivostok, Russian Federation
£780 – £3850

Amur Leopard Photography Tour Russian state of Primorye may not evoke the same thoughts and emotions as Siberia. But it is this state which harbours the largest areas of intact and protected forests in the Russian Far East. Many parks and reserves have been set up in the last 10-20 years. Mostly to protect the populations of Amur Leopards and Siberian Tigers that live here. The numbers of both Siberian tigers and Amur leopards have been slowly yet steadily increasing…

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