The Kamchatka peninsula is an area with tremendous ecological potential, a place where you can find a large number of volcanoes concentrated in a single region.
In Kamchatka you can find one of the most important nature reserves in Russia, the Kronotski reserve that has been declared a protected area as a measure of the authorities to preserve the ecosystem of the region, a true wonder of flora and fauna. In this reserve we will find one of the seven wonders of Russia, to which we have previously devoted an article.
It is nothing more and nothing less than the valley of the geysers, an incredible place sprinkled with warm lakes of thermal waters. If you consider yourself a nature and outdoor enthusiast, then in the Kronotski reserve you have a destination that you are sure to love. And besides the geysers and lakes, Kronotski has yet another surprise in store. It is an imposing volcano that shares the name of the area and stands majestically as if it were the guardian of the reserve.
The most curious and attractive thing about this volcano is the great resemblance it bears to Japan’s Mount Fuji.