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Located in Russia’s most picturesque and popular destinations, the Tourism & Recreation Zones offer favorable conditions for tourism, sports, recreation and other activities.

The five Tourism Zones are located in Irkutsk Region, Altai Territory, the Altai Republic, the Republic of Buryatia  and Primorye Territory.

Priority development directions:

  • eco-tourism;
  • historical and cultural tourism;
  • wellness and SPA tourism;
  • active and extreme tourism;
  • cruise tourism;
  • balneal tourism;
  • excursion and religious toursim.
  • SEZ «The Altai Valley»The Altai Republic is a wonderful mountain land − many-sided, multiform and heavenly beautiful. Its fresh air, majestic mountain chains, numerous rivers, lakes and waterfalls create conditions for development of all kinds of tourism.
  • SEZ «The Baikal Haven»

    The Baikal lake is the deepest and the most ancient lake on the planet, the most voluminous freshwater lake in the world. Its surface area is 31722 sq.km, which is approximately equal to areas of such countries as Belgium, Netherlands and Denmark. According to scientists, the lake is 25-35 million years old; its maximum depth is 1642 m. Baikal water is extraordinary clean and oxygenated, its transparency reaches 40 m. Baikal is surrounded by Siberian taiga, mountain chains and steppes. The region provides conditions for development of all types of tourism. 800 thousand people from all over the world visit Baikal in the heart of Russia every year.

  • SEZ «The Turquoise Katun»

    The Altai Krai accumulates all the variety of Siberian nature: from mirror-like lakes and fastflowing rivers to droughty steepes and plains; from untouched taiga to alpine meadows and mountain peaks covered by glaciers. The Altai Krai is also rich in healing mineral springs. Thousands of tourist visit this amazing part of Russia every year.

  • SEZ «The Gate of Baikal»Irkutsk oblast has a rich history: primitive men settlements (Malta is the most known); Russian colonization of the Eastern Siberia; Decembrists period - that is why every village has an architecture and historical monument in it. There are more than sixty museums in the region, they attract historians and tourist from Europe and Asia. Moreover, unique natural objects, first of all, Baikal lake and Baikal national park, are located in the region. "Krugobaikalskaya" railway including 58 tunnels and galleries, more than 500 bridges and viaducts, about 600 supporting coast-protecting walls and 172 architecture monuments, is also very popular among visitors and residents of the region. Mountain ski tracks in Baikalsk attract tourists, as well.