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Vladivostok Resorts Expect Sharks This Summer
16.05.2013 11:26
Vladivostok Resorts Expect Sharks This Summer

Ahead of the swimming season Vladivostok authorities warn tourists about expected shark attacks this summer. 

      The fans of swimming are particularly advised not to explore the so-called "wild beaches" in the water areas of the Russky, Reineke, and several other islands in the Russian Far East. In 2011 sharks attacked tourists several times, injuring them. The year 2012 saw no victims, but the "jaws" are again expected to visit the Vladivostok waters. For this reason it is recommended to only go to the authorised beaches that were "cleared" of a shark threat. 

      The swimming season in Vladivostok opens on June 15, 2013.


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Vladivostok    

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