Thank you for the many inquiries we have received over the last few weeks – it is nice to see how interest in Dagestan is growing and growing. This year we are almost fully booked and even for trips that take place next year we have already received some bookings.
As you probably already know, our long-term goal is to develop sustainable international tourism in Dagestan and the North Caucasus. We already have some fresh ideas and projects in the making, which we will present to you in the next newsletter.
Thursday, February 17th, 2022 19:00 UK time (20:00 CET) will be our next online presentation about travelling Dagestan.
No registration or payment is needed, just click on the Zoom video-conference link to join
You are most welcome to also forward this invitation to family and friends.
All the best and greetings from Dagestan,
Andreas and Svetlana
Family holidays in the Urals
The wildlife of the Caucasus
Some of the oldest people in the world
How come there are so many really old people living in the Caucasus?
Here some secrets for living healthy and happily to well above 100 years of age
Travel restrictions and visa
We flew back to Russia from Austria a few days ago ourselves – that went very smoothly.
The only recent change is that the PCR test for entry may now only be a maximum of 48 hours old (was previously 72 hours)
Russia is open to tourists from around 60 countries!
See the full list and all information here: www.tourism.gov.ru