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River Agul

River AgulHave you ever dreamed of finding yourself in Siberia, on one of the purest rivers in Russia? If you are looking for rafting excitement and relaxation - then join our tour! For six days you will breathe the freshest mountain air, go fishing and rafting, and gather wild mushrooms and berries.

Here is real freedom for those who love both romantic and extreme travelling!

The River Agul is located in a very picturesque region. It begins in the Eastern SaRiver Agulyan Mountains which range for over 1,000 km from the River Yenisei to Lake Baikal, and has its source in the mountainous Lake Agul, which lies about 1,000 meters above sea-level and is 300-500 meters deep. Coursing through the deep taiga the river is fed by numerous clear, icy streams - ensuring a strong current and refreshing water even in hot and sultry summer weather.

The lake and this section of the Agul River and its surroundings are inside the Tofalar Nature Reserve, and tourist numbers are strictly limited.

For those who love fishing the RiveRiver Agulr Agul is very rich in the most common local varieties of fish - Taimen, Lenok and Grayling.

Even if you already consider yourself to be a Connoisseur of Nature, the shoals and stretches of this Siberian river together with the pure, idyllic qualities of the surrounding region will captivate you!

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