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Ice programs 2017

Ice programs 2017 13.04.2016

Baikal freezes over in January. Best in the world Ice diving! Travel and diving! These two words briefly describes ice jeep safari on Baikal lake. In four words one can say ice travel and under ice diving.

The dates for Ice Jeep Diving Safaris at Baikal for 2016 are set:

February 16th – 22th: Maloe More – Olkhon  No vacancy  
February 25th – March 3th: Maloe More – Olkhon  5 available plases 
March 6th – March 11th: Maloe More – Olkhon - Listvyanka. No vacancy 
March. 13th – 19th: Maloe More – Olkhon. No vacancy   
March 19th – 24nd: Maloe More – Olkhon. Diving club RuDive. 6 available plases  
March 26th – 31th: Maloe More – Olkhon. No vacancy

April 3th – 8th: Searching and looking Beljok (Baby nerpa). Barguzin Bay, Buryatia.  3 available plases 
April 10th – 16th: Searching and looking Beljok (Baby nerpa). Barguzin Bay, Buryatia.  6 available plases    

April: (mid-Baikal, Barguzin Bay, Buryatia.). This is a unique safari ‘Searching for Beljok”. A full information about this trip can be found in the article from Neptune magazine:    

As usual out program includes: sagudaj, pozy, banya on ice, relaxation and diving!
During jeep diving safari you can complete course Ice Diver. You can also complete this course during under-ice daily diving in Listvyanka.


The season of lake Baikal dive safaris in 2016 is successfully finished. Waiting for you in the coming year for ice and open water diving.

Happy Coming 2017!

Yours, BaikalTek



After the programme Following the Ice we went on a scheduled Around Lake Baikal Trip! 13 days aboard a ship, 1,500 km long the Baikal shoreline. It’s a challenge to be faced by a few. 



Our main piece of news in 2015 is that Tatiana Oparina, divecentre BaikalTech instructor, Trimix instructor IANTD & CMAS,  held a new record in deep diving in Lake Baikal and in cold water on December 19, 2015, beating Gennady Misan’s (also BaikalTech instructor) record of 153 metres.