Known as the “Blue Eye of Siberia”, it is perhaps the most ancient and deepest lake on Earth. An open destination for adventure, it is completely different during each of the four seasons of the year, although perhaps most appealing during the winter. During this time, an ice sheet, over a meter thick, allows for vehicles to be driven cross the lake. Furthermore, one can appreciate the depth of the lake due to the clarity of its waters. This beautiful location boasts a rich and diverse ecosystem, and is the home of 848 endemic species. 


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