Ever after its foundation in 2001 our Association has been connecting organizations and individuals involved in ecological and tourism field throughout the country. It is dedicated to the national natural, historic and cultural heritage preservation, while developing true senses and wise principles for ecotourism community engagement. The Assosiation is a support base for our members initiatives through the local government, arranging of an economic aid and also as a represetative to any international activities. As a member of The International Ecological Society (TIES) we are proud to be the link to the world of sustainable and responsible tourism development for Russia.


Already 1,253 people have put themselves on TIES Ecotourism Explorer Map. By doing so, they are showing that as people and organizations dedicated to responsible travel, they are changing the face of travel & tourism worldwide
The anniversary gathering of children ecological camps of Moscow took place on the 23rd of November
Climate change to devastate or destroy penguin colonies



Ecotouristm Development in Russia,

Within the next ten years, Russia may have a chance to become one of the worlds most attractive nations for tourism focused on nature and environmental education. Yet less than a decade ago, during ecotourisms first stages of development in Russia, almost no one supported the idea. As recently as 1995 and 1996, many environmental organizations were either uninterested in ecotourism or actively opposed its development in zapovedniks. To the private sector, ecotourism seemed too complex and troublesome, and did not promise exceptional profits. Zapovednik directors, with few exceptions, could not understand why ecotourism was needed at all.

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Tours Guide


Mongolia Tour

Walking or riding pass with camels to Khoton-Noor Lake. View of Petrogliphs near bottom of Shivet-Khairkhan Mountain. Elevation up to Khara-Salagiyn-Daba passes. Transfer along Tsagan-Us river.

Customized tours to different rivers of Caucasus: Teberda, Big Zelenchuk, Aksaut, Malka, Big and Small Laba, Belaya, Mzymta

Caucasian rivers are relatively short (1-4 rafting days), reach in rapids and other obstacles, and easy in access. Rafting sections of many rivers pass through uninhabited areas. Well-developed infrastructure makes it possible to combine rafting programs with excursions to nature reserves, trekking, mountaineering, and horseback riding.

Spring Birdwatching Tour in Baikal

This 15-days trip acquaints you with the major key areas for the autumnal bird migration: unique area in the extreme south of Baikal, Selenga River Delta, Zabaikal'sky National Park, and Borgoi Kotlovina
Financial Support of the League of Nation's Health.