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New Roules for Travelling in Baikal Area
23.05.2019 11:33
New Roules for Travelling in Baikal Area
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The tourists traveling through the reserves of the Baikal region are now obliged to register their routes with the Ministry of Emergency Situations.

      Now tourists can get permission to visit the protected areas on the coast of Lake Baikal only after registering the routes with the Ministry of Emergency Situations. Such an interdepartmental order was issued by the “Zapovednoe Pribaikalye” (“Reserved Baikal Region”) Federal State Budgetary Institution jointly with the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations for Irkutsk Oblast.

      This is necessary for timely response to incidents that may happen to tourist groups and tourists, in order to protect them in case of emergencies. The new rule has already entered into force. It applies to all excursion, tourist or ecological routes, including one-day routes Listvyanka-Bolshie Koty along the coast of Lake Baikal: up to 500 people a day pass along this route during the peak season.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Baikal Russian National Parks Ecotourism   

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