Remote Chukotka, in the Russian Far East, is bordered by the Chukchi Sea, the Bering Strait, and the Bering Sea, which together contain an abundance of cetaceans, including bowhead, humpback, orca and beluga whales. The terrestrial fauna is similar to Alaska’s and is found nowhere else in Russia.
- Where: Russian Far East/Eastern Siberia
- Ideal for viewing: Pacific walrus, beluga whale, orca, spoon-billed sandpiper, Brunnich’s guillemot
- Excellent for: Wildlife cruises, Whale watching, Birdwatching