Krasnodar, 28 November – Yug Times. Krasnodar province may be as interesting tourist destination for winter holidays as any foreign resort. Numerous events, festive concerts and lots of activities devoted to New Year will begin in the local resorts as soon as in early December.
Sochi has for a long time been known as a yearround resort for all Russians and for our foreign visitors.
The Arboretum in Sochi will be an interesting place to visit even in winter. The park has unique collections of trees and bushes. Presently, it has over 1,500 plants.
The Sochi Park (0+) will be an excellent choice for the families taking holiday with little kids. On New Year’s eve, it will offer lots of activities that will present an unforgettable festive mood for the kids. The fancy-dressed personages of fairy-tales and cartoons will parade to the lively accompaniment of drums, moving the guests of the party into a magic world.
New Year in Lago Naki would also be an excellent choice for connoisseurs of unity with nature, calmness and mountain landscapes, as well as for those who love family recreation. The area offers lots of very interesting historic places, including ancient caves that may have been homes for human forerunners.
The tourists may put up in many different locations. A family ay stay in a small but cosy log cabin, while a big company may avail themselves of a cottage. Anapa also promises quite democratic prices for the New Year parties. The weather in Anapa is usually warm, with little if any snow. The visitors may also go to Abrau Durso, a village located not far from Anapa that is famous for its sparkling winery founded in the nineteenth century, to take part in the carnivals that recall the epoch of tsarist Russia.
The admirers of hiking tourism may walk in the juniper forest at Sukko Valley, or take a 800-stair climb from the village of Su-Psekh down to the Black Sea beach. The climb is 130 m high. Not all would be physically apt to do the climb, but those who will do it will be rewarded by a picturesque view of the sea and the Greater Caucasus.
Follow our news on Facebook