World's Largest Freshwater Lake Baikal

World’s Largest Freshwater Lake Baikal

Twenty percent of the world's surface fresh water is at the Lake Baikal. Besides being ancient, this place worth exploration as it has an average depth of about 740 meters and 445 meters above sea level. Some people even regard it as the Baikal Sea, some called it the Pearl of Siberia. The deepest it goes is 1600 meters. This lake is one of the clearest in the world. It used to hold the position of being the oldest lake in the world some 25 million years ago. You can find here 1700 or more s... [ read more ]

What to see and do in Siberia

What to see and do in Siberia

One of the attractions in Siberia is being on the journey on the world's longest railway. Dated back to the 18th century, the Trans-Siberian Railway is the experience of a lifetime and the best way to discover Siberia's natural beauty of history and culture through the scenic railroads. Nature and Wildlife Altai Mountains is a strictly protected area in the southern Siberia. These deep mountain valleys with numerous rivers and boreal forests shelter seventy species of mammals and different... [ read more ]