Ulan-Ude Tours take you to a truly unique city in a far-flung corner of southeast Siberia. Everything in this city is unusual, from its name to its color to its status as the capital of Russia’s Buryatia Republic. In Ulan-Ude, Orthodox churches stand side by side with elegant Buddhist datsan monasteries while shaman idols vie for attention with old merchant mansions and wooden houses engraved with gorgeous carvings. After seeing the city sites, visitors can head to the pristine shores of Lake Baikal, located just 100 kilometers from Ulan-Ude.
Ulan-Ude Tours are more than just a fascinating journey through historic temples and estates; they are an introduction to an extraordinary yet little-known culture and a taste of authentic local cuisine fused with Mongolian and Russian flavors, all of which is wrapped up in the warm welcome of Buryat hospitality.
Experience winter in stunning Siberia as you journey across the frozen Lake Baikal on an all-terrain vehicle, take a thrilling snowmobile trip through the Baikal taiga, and visit many more natural, cultural, and historical sights on this Baikal Winter Magic Tour.
Baikal, Irkutsk, Listvyanka, Ulan-Ude
Details6 Days | February to early-April
This 6-day Ula-Ude and Baikal Summer Tour offers a mix of nature, history, and local culture. Highlights include a boat trip on the legendary lake, a visit to the Ivolginsky Datsan (Buddhist monastery), and an introduction to the traditional lifestyle of the indigenous Buryat people.
Ulan-Ude, Gremyachinsk village
Details6 Days | June - September
The Altai-Transsib-Baikal tour is an opportunity to learn the legends of the Altai Mountains, see Olkhon Island and the famous Lake Baikal, as well as get to know the locals.
Novosibirsk, Biysk, Manzherok, Chemal, Teletskoe Lake, Chibit, Irkutsk, Olkhon, Khuzhir, Ust-Barguzin, Ulan-Ude
Details18 Days | All year round