Our journey begins in a cozy marina in the center of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. On the way we will pass by the three brothers kekurs, which are the symbol of Kamchatka. We will walk along the coast of the Pacific Ocean towards the southern end of the peninsula. On the way we will pass through picturesque bays. Hard-to-reach and deserted beaches will appear before us. And so we will reach the Starichkov Island.
The island owes its name to the colony of old birds living on it. The incredible number of birds in the sky over this island will leave an indelible impression. We will go down on SUP boards and make a tour around the island. It is forbidden to land on it, so as not to harm the fragile ecosystem of the island. We will pass next to the kekura guarding the island. Along the way there will be the possibility of many marine mammals and birds.
On the way back, we will go to the quietest place in Avacha Bay, Tikhaya Bay. It is located on the opposite coast of the Avachinskaya Bay from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. A breathtaking view of the capital of Kamchatka opens from the surroundings of this bay. The bay is hidden from the waves of the ocean and is the center of tranquility on the restless surface of the water. The main attraction of this place lies in the beautiful grottoes, majestically standing kekura and columnar rocks.