You'll want to take a look inside of the camp Kamchatka, located by a picturesque taiga, on the bank of the Kamchatka River, between the settlements of Atlasovo and Taezhny. The distance from the airport is 378 kilometers. The nearest settlement is 30 kilometers away. The log cabin offers rest in a cozy house located on the bank of the river, where you can enjoy fishing, hunting, and helicopter excursions. Group tours lasting 7 days/6 nights are offered. All tours offer an all-inclusive program where you are met at the airport, transferred from the airport to the campsite Kamchatka" and back, with three meals a day from the chef, fishing from dawn to dusk on comfortable boats with a personal huntsman guide.
The log cabin has a great front-covered entrance that uses two trees as posts on either side for a unique look. Once inside the cabin, you are met with light-colored wood throughout with a fireplace and log style furniture to include a large dining table with benches that is the focus of the open floor plan. There is also a sauna in the log cabin to enjoy during your vacation stay. The sauna is beautifully finished and located just off the main area of the cabin.
There are several benefits of sauna bathing. Physically, a sauna is an invigorating routine that helps you unwind, so when you emerge you are feeling relaxed, revived, and ready for whatever the day may bring. A few minutes a day in a sauna is all it takes to look and feel better. The body’s response to gentle, persistent heat has been well-documented through the years and used day in and out by people all over the world. People who use saunas often say that stress reduction is the number one benefit of sauna use. Heat bathing in a sauna is thought to provide stress relief as it is a warm, quiet space without any distractions coming from the outside. It is said that the heat from the sauna relaxes the body's muscles, improves circulation, and stimulates the release of endorphins.
Sauna cleanses the skin. Heat bathing is one of the oldest beauty strategies in terms of cleansing the skin. When the body begins to produce sweat via deep sweating, the skin is then cleansed and the dead skin cells are replaced helping to keep your skin in good working condition. Saunas offer recreational and social benefits. While the social benefit of saunas is rarely talked about, it's quite important. The sauna can be a private, personal place of relaxation and solitude. However, it can also be a relaxing environment for socializing with family, and friends. The sauna is conducive to open, intimate, and quiet conversations.
Saunas just feel good. A sauna not only feels good, but it’s also good for your body. Whether it’s the physiological changes that occur during the warmth of a sauna, or simply the time spent in the calming and relaxing retreat of the sauna, most people would agree that they feel better afterward. The sauna provides a pampering retreat, a place where you can relax and restore body and soul.
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