The Far East is the most sparsely populated region. The region is ideal for active and extreme tourism. Among tourists, the most popular destinations are Kamchatka, the Kuriles, and Sakhalin. Only in these parts, you can see volcanoes in huge numbers. Chukotka, Yakutia, and the Magadan regions attract by severe and picturesque nature. Reserves are of interest in the Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories. People go to Buryatia to see Baikal.
A plus is the originality of the small peoples inhabiting the Far East. This gives an opportunity for the development of ethnographic tourism. The sparsely populated territories bring a special flavor. This allows you to see nature in its original form. It is expanse here for fishermen. There are interesting objects of military history. Hiking, rafting, climbing – all this is available to lovers of outdoor activities in the Far East.
It cannot be said that the Far East is a mega-direction of tourism. The conditions are still not the most suitable: a long flight from the European countries, a rather harsh climate, and not too much focus on guests. However, the Far Eastern land still has its fans. For the patriot not afraid of difficulties, the Far East can offer natural beauties of crazy beauty: what are at least the expanses of Avacha Bay, the majestic silhouettes of hills and clouds over the tops of volcanoes, beaches with black volcanic sand, islets lost in the ocean, chosen by migratory birds, and harsh rocky shores, mountain lakes, and “sugar” caves.
In winter you can go skiing, and in summer you can walk along the seaside, mountains, and dales, go fishing, go hunting or hiking, climb, raft down the river, and finally, just get away from the hustle and bustle and breathe in the healing air of the “end of the world”.
Another thing the Far East is famous for is its healing mineral springs.