Highlights

  • Our first ever tour to Chechnya and North Ossetia!
  • See modern Grozny
  • Enjoy the deepest lake in the caucuses up on the Dagestani border
  • The necropolis of Tsoi-pede
  • Take in the sombre Beslan school attack museum
  • Visit the village of Dargavs, local known as the City of the Dead

Details

  • Maximum group size:
  • Booking deadline:
  • Deposit:

Tuesday, May 29th

  • Arrive in to Grozny and transfer to our 5* Hotel where we will stay for 3 nights
  • If your flight arrives early in the day then you are welcome to meet your tour leader for dinner at 20:00 in the rooftop restaurant
  • Overnight in Grozny

Wednesday, May 30th

  • After breakfast we will head out to Lake Kezenoyam, the deepest lake in the Caucasus
  • We'll have lunch near the lake before heading on to the old town of Hoy
  • In the afternoon we'll return to Grozny with a stop at the modernist mosque in Argun
  • Overnight in Grozny

Thursday, May 31st

  • Itum Kale
  • We'll have lunch near the lake before heading on to the nold town of Hoy
  • Overnight in Grozny

Friday, June 1st

  • After breakfast we will head out to Lake Kezenoyam, the deepest lake in the Caucasus
  • We'll have lunch near the lake before heading on to the nold town of Hoy
  • Overnight in Vladikavkaz

Saturday, June 2nd

  • After breakfast we will head out to Lake Kezenoyam, the deepest lake in the Caucasus
  • We'll have lunch near the lake before heading on to the nold town of Hoy
  • Overnight in Vladikavkaz

Sunday, June 3rd

  • Tour the tour ends unless you are joining on to our South Ossetia extension tour
  • Your tour leader can assist with arranging taxis to either Vladikavkaz airport (30 mins) or Grozny airport (2 hours)

Included

  • Russian visa invitation
  • Lupine tour leader throughout
  • Local guides in Chechnya and North Ossetia
  • All entrance fees
  • 3 nights in a 5* hotel in Grozny
  • 2 nights in a 3* hotel in Vladikavkaz
  • All breakfasts

Excluded

  • Single supplement (£275)
  • Ariport transfers
  • Tips for local guides
  • Lunches and Dinners


Yes you'll need a Russian visa for this trip. As you'll be travelling to the North Caucuses the Russian visa will also take 2 weeks to be issued rather than the standard 3-5 days. There is no express service.

The British Foreign Office do advise against travel to Chechnya. We have taken the security situation in to account with our plans for the tour.

There are two well serviced airports in the region, Grozny airport and Vladikavkaz airport. For maximum convenience we would advise flying in to Grozny and our of Vladikazkaz. Both airports are within a 2 hour taxi of each other so it is possible to join and end the tour from either airport.

As a muslim republic alcohol is quite sparse in Chechnya and bringing alcohol in with you can cause problems at the airport or land border. The restaurants of the hotel we will be using in Grozny have some of the few liquor licenses in the republic.



Lupine Travel Facebook Lupine Travel Twitter Lupine Travel YouTube Lupine Travel LinkedIn Lupine Travel Instagram

Lupine Travel © 2008-2017 | Financial Protection Insurance | Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy