Nomad's camp weekend tours

short tours for very busy persons

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Tour program:

Day 1:


   Arrival to Salekhard's airport and transfer (1,5-2 hours) to the nomad's camp. The road to the camp lies through the beautiful mountain landscapes.

    Meeting with the family of nenets, who still have traditional lifestyle. 

    Dinner at the chum (national cuisine)

  Stay overnight in the nomads camp in the chum (individual sleeping bags are provided)

Day 2:


   Full day in the nomads camp. Acquaintance with the way of reindeer herders’ life. You’ll see their traditional homes (chums), will know how do they herd reindeers, how they cooking and what they eat, what clothes do they wear and more interesting.

Transfer to Salekhard. Rest at the hotel, lunch. Visiting the Russian bathhouse (banya), dinner. 
Transfer to the airport (this day or next day)

Price & Services

365 EUR per person ( in a group of two people)



- Meals as specified in the program;

- Tranfers as specified in the program;

- Homestay with local family;

- Local Guide;

- Activities according to program;

- Arctic safety/security equipment;

- Telephone SAT (in case of emergency);

individual sleeping bags , first aid kit.


Not included

- Accommodation in Salekhard ;

 - Flights to/from Moscow;

- Personal expenses such as drinks, tickets, phone calls, etc;

- Travel Insurance;

- Excess baggage;

- Individual clothing/equipment, backpack, cold-weather clothing, etc (contact us for advice);

- All services not specified in "Included".

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The Nenets are reindeer herders, migrating across the Yamal peninsula, thriving for more then a millennium with temperatures from minus 50°C in winter to 35°C in summer. Their annual migration varies from 500 to over a 1000 km.

Every spring, the Nenets move their enormous herds from winter pastures on the Russian mainland, north to summer pastures in the Arctic Circle.

For centuries Nenets have survived the harsh conditions of the Yamal Peninsula. They have adapted to be able to live and travel in the freezing temperatures. Joining a reindeer migration is a real experience living the nomadic life of the Siberian people.