Photo-report on a kayak trip around Lake Baikal

From River Shegnanda to the southern borders of the Frolikhinsky Reserve

Bolshoi Amnundakan
29th July, 36th day out, 1067 km. View of Bolshoi Amnundakan Bay.
Cape Orgokon
29th July, 36th day out, 1078 km. View from Cape Orgokon towards the Cape Turaly.

Frolikhinsky Reserve

Singing sands
29th July, 36th day out, 1092 km. The famous dune of «singing» sands at Cape Turaly.
Papakha cliff
29th July, 36th day out, 1099 km. Papakha cliff in the Bolshoy Samdakan Bay.
Papakha cliff
29th July, 36th day out, 1099 km. Natural monument - Papakha cliff in the Bolshoi Samdakan Bay.
Cape Khaman-Kit
29th July, 36th day out, 1100 km. Cliffs at Cape Khaman-Kit.
Khaman-Kit
29th July, 36th day out, 1100 km. Cliffs at Cape Khaman-Kit. The Evenks honoured this remnant as one of the gods of Baikal.
Gulls
30th July, 37th day out, 1106 km. Gulls in Khakusy Bay.
Khakusy Bay
30th July, 37th day out, 1106 km. Sunset in Khakusy Bay.
Tukalaragdy Cape
31st July, 38th day out, 1114 km. Tukalaragdy Cape.
Lakanda
31st July, 38th day out, 1115 km. Bay to the north of the Cape Tukalaragdy. Far off - the Cape Lakanda (Aiyaya).
Aiyaya
31st July, 38th day out, 1118 km. Entrance to Aiyaya Bay. In 2006, it was forbidden to enter the Aiyaya and Frolikha bays because of forest fires.
Cape Frolova
31st July, 38th day out, 1129 km. Cape Frolova. Cape Nemnyanka can be seen on the horizon.
Cape Frolova
31st July, 38th day out, 1130 km. Cape Frolova.
Cape Frolova
31st July, 38th day out, 1130 km. Cape Frolova.
Cape Frolova
31st July, 38th day out, 1130 km. Shore of the Frolova Cape.
Frolikha Bay
31st July, 38th day out, 1135 km. Frolikha Bay.
Nemnyanka
31st July, 38th day out, 1040 km. On Cape Nemnyanka.

Next: Part 6. The north-western coast from the Island of Yarki to Cape Elokhin