Located on the Far East, on the territory of the Russian Federation and not far from Japan, this natural wonder has always attracted the most daring travellers. Hard to get to but unforgettable, the home to thousands of geysers is becoming more and more welcoming to less venturous tourists.
We visited the Eastern Economic Forum to become part of Kamchatka's huge booth and promote the fact that its mountains have snow all year round, making it a free-ride heaven.
They called the booth "Snowstorm", which it actually was.
One could also try fishing under the ice, sit in a real dog sled, look at traditional homes of the indigenous people, and find out how a year-round greenhouse works.