Under a starry sky. Let's go to Cape Crillon!

Have you ever been to the place where the Sea of Japan and the Sea of Okhotsk merge? We invite you on a trip to Cape Crillon, which is called an "open-air museum". It is not without reason that it received such a name. In this place there is a functioning frontier post, a meteorological observatory and a lighthouse, each of which contributes to the atmosphere of the cape.
The cape was named by the French navigator Jean-François de La Perouse. He named it after the French general Louis-Balbes de Crillon. Such a mighty name reflects the charisma and unique atmosphere of this place.
Cape Crillon is located in the south of Sakhalin and is connected by a narrow but precipitous isthmus with the Crillon Peninsula. The panoramic views are stunning: the cape is washed by the Sea of Japan in the west and by waters of Aniva Bay of the Sea of Okhotsk in the east. The La Perouse Strait separates Sakhalin and the Japanese island of Hokkaido. If we are lucky, we will be able to see ships crossing the strait.
The route passes through famous places: Cape Vindis with Mount Kovrizhka, and Cape Kuznetsova.
On arrival at Crillon, we'll set up a camp. We will cook Sakhalin-style fish soup, offer Korean salads and grilled snacks. The tour will be rich not only in impressions, but also in outdoor gastronomic specialties.
Don't miss an opportunity to go on an overnight trip under the starry Sakhalin sky.
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