Dear friends, partners, colleagues! Today is World Tourism Day. We, at Kaichi Travel congratulate you with this beautiful and bright day! Wishing you many unforgettable trips full of fantastic impressions and inspiration for new discoveries in the coming year!...read more
An absolutely incredible event took place in our June trip! We met a wild bear, and not a common brown bear but almost a ghost – the Sailugem bear. For no moment we thought it this trip would be different than other trips we do in the park. We got our guides Erkin and...read more
Last week we returned from our first trip of this year. Altai is wonderful and impressive as always. We were happy to witness the awakening of nature in Siberia. The first green grass, the first buds on the trees and of course the first flowers. Though higher...read more
The season 2018 starts! On Saturday we will leave for our first trip of this year. We will drive to our favourite areas of Altai – the Chuya Steppe and Sailugem park. We have a special and outstanding mission for this trip but will only tell you after our return 😉 We...read more
On Sunday, 18th of March we promoted our tours to Altai to the Dutch fans of adventure, outdoor and off-road travel at the fair 4x4vakantiebeurs. The fair was held in Experience Island, a very nice place, near the lake and the forest in Loon op Zand in the...read more
Five days at ITB Berlin just flew away like one and we returned very happy with the results. ITB Berlin 2018 was able to reaffirm its standing as the World’s Leading Travel Trade Show. More than 10,000 companies and organisations from 186 countries and regions...read more
March, 3 is the World Wildlife Day. This year it is celebrated under the theme “Big cats: predators under threat". The major part of our trips takes place in wild, untouched natural areas. We like it that we have the possibility to see wild animals in their natural...read more
After the success of 2017 we will take part in ITB Berlin again, the World's Leading Travel Trade Show. The event will take place from 7 to 11 March in the Messe Berlin. You can find us on the stand of the Russian Federation (609 in hall 3.1), area of Altai Region. If...read more
Are you considering going to Siberia, maybe you think it is a long and expensive way to get there.
Specially for you we have made an ultimate guide, how to get to the cities where our trips start – Gorno-Altaisk and Barnaul. We’ve described all possibilities – from fast and comfortable to cheap but rather exhausting. It is up to you to choose your way of travelling and join our trips.
Siberia – cold frozen tundra with prisons or outstanding travel destination? The most common misconceptions and myths
Most Europeans have heard about Siberia. But the imagination depicts in the mind images of a very remote land with constant winter, thick forests and labor camps. Has it anything in common with reality? Let’s find out! First of all, Siberia is a very big area,...read more
During every trip we make to the Altai mountains, we meet a lot of animals, one species is the argali – a wild mountain sheep with huge horns, sometimes we see them from very close, sometimes from a distance. Of course we always try to get as close as possible...read more
Siberia is a paradise for true nature lovers. With its area of about 10 mln sq.km it contains all kinds of landscapes – arctic ice shores and semi-deserts, high snowy mountains and tundra lowlands, thousands of rivers and lakes, glaciers and caves. In some areas for...read more