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Cruises visiting Tymlat & all Tymlat cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Tymlat in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Tymlat is a Russian village on the Tymlat River, flowing east into the Bering Sea. It lies on the east side of Kamchatka Peninsula. The low coastal plain rises inland to a mountain range to the south, and a number of distinctive volcanoes. The local population of around 500 Koryaks (there are only 8000 in total) live from fishing salmon, cod, herring, as well as larger marine mammals. Further inland the Koryaks herd reindeer. The landscape is mostly Arctic tundra, with various grasses, but no shrubs. Visitors are welcomed warmly, with dance, community games, and local food. You’ll love their bright reindeer-hide clothing, hair styles, and culture. This is region for exploration.

The small fishing village is set in an area of undisturbed natural beauty and rugged terrain, which makes it great for hikers and explorers. The village was first established in the middle of the 19th century as a trading post, and nowadays it has a population of around 500. The village is in a remote part of the Kamchatka Russia, and the people leave their houses and make their way down to shore to greet visitors. Many are not sure how they will be received given what is happening in the Ukraine.

However, before entering the village, visitors’ spirits are cleansed through a ritual that requires all to place a blade of grass on a fire. After that, they make their way uphill to the community. The Koriaks practice a form of shamanism, which is witnessed in some of the ceremonies that are seen. The traditional clothing comes from reindeer hides, and in fact, the coastal Koriak are close cousins to the nomadic reindeer herders. The tribal people are curious and welcoming and they don’t mind at all when asked to be photographed.