Ask Baikal

Hi there! My name is Maxim Milyutin. I am based in Irkutsk, Russia's Siberia. Traveller, organiser of local travel talks, and owner of Irkutsk hostel. Travel for me is not necessary movement to some place far away from home, it's a state of soul. That's why I like to travel around my home region and and abroad as well. I'm happy to share my knowledge about Baikal with everybody! Feel free to ask me about Lake Baikal via the contact form Tatiana Baksheeva, our previous blog runner, remains with us as a contributor.

Tours to Lake Baikal, Russia

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We are inviting you to discover Russia’s Siberia and Lake Baikal… with the help of our partner, 52°17′ Travel Project!

52°17′ is the Irkutsk-based travel operator and guesthouse, that offers visa support and original tours across Lake Baikal, Russia, and Mongolia. It leads travelers from Moscow the Great and other major Russian cities.

Since every season is good for adventure, 52°17′ always has trips to offer you, individual or joined: trekking along the coasts, horseback riding, dive into the history, dog-sled rides, and many other…

52°17′ has everyday destinations for those who has little time but desire to explore our great region!

What’s more, 52°17′ has a great guesthouse right in the historical center of Irkutsk, in the wooden building of 19th century, which is open all-year round for everybody who needs help in travelling in Siberia, wants to find a great company for travel, to book a tour or just have a cup of good coffee and feel a vibe of old town of Irkutsk. Their guesthouse has comfy dorm rooms with shared facilities, well-equipped kitchen for cooking, great chill-out space and free Internet. Breakfast is served as well. It is a place to meet other travellers and locals interested in travelling!

Its English-speaking team is always by your side – before, during, and after your visit. Have a great trip!

Learn more about all 52°17′!

52°17′

 52°17′ is the Irkutsk-based travel operator, that offers visa support and original tours across Baikal, Russia, and Mongolia. It leads travelers from Moscow the Great and other major Russian cities.

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