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Ogoi Island is one of the Baikal “places of power. In 2005, the Stupa of Enlightenment was erected. If you walk around the Stupa barefoot three times, it can help to clean up your mind from deep emotions, worries and problems. You can also make a wish, which will definitely come true.It is recommended to come to the Stupa with pure thoughts only.
Olkhon Island is the largest island of Lake Baikal. Olkhon is the geographical, historical and sacral center of the lake. Here, according to legends, the Buryats appeared, and the first Buryat shaman got his gift. Shamanka Rock is one of the nine shrines in Asia. The cave in the Rock is considered the habitat of the spirit-protector of Olkhon Island.
The Ushkany Islands have the status of a natural monument. The archipelago consists of four islands: Big Ushkany Island and the Small Ushkany Islands: Long, Thin and Round. Baikal sealscan be seen in their natural habitat there. Sometimes hundreds of them get together on rocky beaches. That is why the Islands are classified as a protected area of the Zabaikalsky Park and visits are strictly limited. Inspectors of the Park protect the Islands.The seal is a very timid animal, and therefore while visiting seal rookeries it is necessary to observe some important rules: not to make noise, not to kindle fires, to walk only along specially laid paths. In order not to frighten off seals, when visiting the Ushkany Islands you should not wear bright clothes. The Islands are covered with the ancient taiga- forest of tall pines and larches, bushes of Daursky rhododendron. Unusual sea cabbage blooms early in summer on the steep shores of the islands. The most interesting phenomenon of the Ushkany Islands is massive anthills. Islands anthills are number one in Russia in terms of their quantity. About 20 anthills can be located on a hectare.
Chivyrkuisky Bay is one of the most interesting, attractive and visited places in the Zabaikalsky national Park. It is shallow; the water temperature reaches 22-24ºC.The bay is painterly. Sandy beaches, islands, majestic and picturesque capes, thermal springs, dwarf cedar thickets, bird colonies attract the attention of tourists. The coastline of the Bay is heavily indented and forms a number of small and wind-protected bays. One of them is Zmeinaya (Snake) Bay, which is famous for its hot springs that pour out in several places on land and under water. The Bay name is connected with the non-poisonous coluber, which sometimes appear here. Spring temperatures range from + 32 to + 45 °C. The water is bicarbonate-sulfate-sodium, with the smell and taste of hydrogen sulfide, with a fluorine content of 10 to 23 mg/l.
We have reached the north of Lake Baikal! We land in Ayaya Bay("Ayaya" – very beautiful). We hike along the picturesque taiga eco-trail to the mountain glacial lake Frolikha (7 km., moderate difficulty). The view that we get at the end of the path is fantastically catching, because the Frolikha is one of the most intimate, untouched pearls of the Baikal nature.
Picnic on the shore with taiga tea.
In the evening, if the weather is fine, we land in Hakusy area. It is a natural resort in the northeastern coast of Lake Baikal with powerful thermal springs appearing from the rock in the dense pine taiga. There are small swimming pools there; if you decide to swim-the price is 500 rubles/person.Today we sail 170 km along Lake Baikal!
A geological settlement in Zavorotnaya Bay was built in 1962 after the first deposit of micro quartzite had been discovered. This abrasive mineral of very high durability was used to polish metals. Later, similar deposits were discovered in Canada and Central Asia. The micro quartzite is more effective than a diamond paste. In 1970, a road to the field was built - 2.8 kilometers to the serpentine, and 4 kilometers to the quarry. Mining was stopped in 1993.
Today, we return to Olkhon Island, this time to the northern part of it to the picturesque Cape Sagan-Khushun (“Three Brothers” Rock). Our know-all guide tells you a legend, why this place is called in this way.
Optionally, a minivan tour to the northern extremity of Olkhon (Cape Khoboy). The tour is booked in advance, 1 800 rubles/person, duration 3 hours. The tour is available for the group of 8 people and more.
In the afternoon, our ship arrives in Surhaite area and we walk to the women and men's healing springs.
Today we sail 194 km along Lake Baikal!
An unforgettable excursion. It includes a visit to Peschanaya (Sandy) Bay, Babushka Bay,BolshayaKolokolnya (Big Bell-tower) Rock .Peschanaya Bay is famous for its 750 m long beach beautifully framed by BolshayaKolokolnya and Malaya Kolokolnya Rocks. You will see the famous stilted trees, from under which the Lake winds constantly blows away sandy soil. They grow on a slope in the northern part of the Bay. These are pines and larches that have risen above the ground on the roots-stilts above a human height. Going down to Babushka Bay, please pay attention to Cape Ded (Grandfather). From the trail, it becomes clear where the name of the Cape comes from. A trail laid through the thickets of Daurian rhododendron, connects these two bays.Peschanaya Bay is one of the most famous and picturesque places on the Lake. It does not leave anyone indifferent. The name of Siberian Riviera is also fixed for the Bay, and it is declared a natural monument. As if the Creator, decorating the shores of Lake Baikal, felt here some inspiration and sculpted rocks, smooth mountain slopes and the right semi-oval of the Bay beach with special love, harmoniously placing it all on a small space of the Baikal coast. The bay climate is mild with a large number of sunny days a year. This is the only place in Eastern Siberia where the average annual air temperature is positive (+0.4°C).
Sorry, it is impossible to guarantee good weather, no winds or no waves. We try very hard to follow the stated program. However, the weather can make adjustments to our route. The captain of the ship is responsible for your safety during the cruise, so the final word in the decision on any route change is always on him.