Teriberka village is located in the North-West of Russia, on the coast of the Arctic Ocean, at a distance of 120 km from Murmansk, the capital of the Kola Peninsula and the Murmansk Region. The place became known thanks to the filming of Leviathan, directed by Andrei Zvyagintsev, who was nominated for an Oscar in 2014. The film was remembered by the unique landscapes of the Arctic Ocean. The excursion to Teriberka begins from Murmansk and passes along the Arctic tundra – a vast area in the north of Russia, Canada and Greenland, where there is completely no vegetation in the form of trees. The final destination of the excursion is the village of Teriberka, where we will see the unique nature of the Far North and take a walk along the coast of the Arctic Ocean! The price includes guide support.
1 person – 15 000 rubles per group
2 people – 15 000 rubles per group
3 people – 18 000 rubles per group
4-9 people – 5 800 rubles per person
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You should dress according to the weather, wear comfortable non-slip shoes, take mosquito repellent and midges. If it’s cold outside, you will need a windbreaker or winter jacket. The distance from Murmansk to Teriberka is 120 kilometers one way.
Guide: the guide picks you up from the hotel and takes you back after the tour
Transport: car for up to 3 people; minibus for 4 or more people
Tour starts: at 10 a.m.
Travel time: 2 – 2.5 hours, depending on weather and road conditions
Duration of the tour: from 8 to 10 hours
*Price in rubles per person
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