Maloye sea is one of the most accessible places on Baikal, except Listvyanka, of course. Just 300 km by car and you are at the Maloye Sea. Many people consider it one of the most picturesque places of Lake Baikal. In summer time it is crowded there with tourists. For more private and quieter rest you should drive to the north until you reach Yenhock or Zama.
Maloye Sea (also called Narin-Dalaj in local Buryat language) with it’s cozy bays and endless pebble beaches is separated from Bolshoi Baikal. By Olhon Island and has all wonders of Siberian Nature. Warm bay waters turn into colourful fragrant steppes. Which are replaced by giant mountains of the Primorskiy («Seaside») Ridge.
Explore Maloye Sea by sailing the boat along the coast of Primorskiy Ridge. Enjoy its shimmering reflection over the water. Try your hand at the helm or just rest and watch the sights. Which the Captain points out the highlights around you.
Discover natural wonders of Maloe Sea: picturesque Cape Uyuga, salt water lakes of Tajeranskiy steppes. Sarma river canyon and cape Ulan-Nur with it’s rare minerals. Mechta («Dream») cave is one of the largest caves of Eastern Siberia. With a total area of 8250м ² (27066 sq ft) and 52 meters (172 ft) deep. Experienced instructors will help you immerse yourself in the «winter wonderland» of Mechta cave. That stays icy cold even during hot summer days. Nearby you can see archeological monuments from rock carvings to ancient shrines of Kurikan tribe
Maloye Sea also offers excellent fishing, walks on the beach by moonlight, clean air and boundless Lake Baikal