The remote and beautiful Chukotka Peninsula (also Chukchi Peninsula) in Russia lies on the far northeast corner opposite Alaska. This is a naturalist's paradise. High latitude plants such as Arctic poppies and saxifrage will be in flower and there are coastal sites and islands packed with nesting Least Auklets, Crested Auklets, Tufted Puffins, Horned Puffins, guillemots and many other seabirds. You can also also visit ancient cultural sites - stone rings and ceremonial grounds can be found all along this coast - and learn about some of the early human inhabitants of Russia's Far North.
Places that you may explore include the abandoned village of Naukan, the Yupik village of Novoye Chaplino, the small town of ProvideniyaProvideniya, the craft village of UelenUelen and the Whale Bone Alley at YanrakynnotYanrakynnot.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.