I was born in a small town in the center of Primorye. Was moved in Vladivostok in 2012. I really like this place because it is located near the Pacific Ocean and we have here such entertainments like sup-surfing (even classic surfing, but the waves are comming rarely), fishing, swimming and all that stuff you can do near the sea. Also the city is laying on hills and whatever you doing in it you will see preety good views on sthe streets, bridges, the sea and gulls. We have a lot of gulls, near a seafront mostly. And seafood.
I am a casual photo enthusiast who likes Vladivostok. I believe that the most valuable and interest part of travelling is opportunity to see people's real life in the place where you come. The museums and architecture are good but the real native experience you can only get with locals. I seek that experience when I am travelling by myself and I am glad to share it with travellers who come to place where I live. To Vladivostok.
Good walks in central part of Vladivostok where you can see old streets, monuments of the military past of the city. The evening life is pretty lively and you can visit a lot of bars and restaurants located near the seafront. Great views are here too. Also if you are coming in Vladivostok you must see Russkiy Island's natural beauty. The island was connected with mainland by a bridge in 2012 and now its very easy to get there and visit some old fortresses and cape Tobizin.
The sauce is my charisma and a bunch of stupid(non stupid too if I succeed) photos with you and bridges, sea etc. which I will shoot). Also I can help you to organize tours on a helicopter, ATV, boat, even on a dirtbike if you can handle it. See you!
This flat fee is effective for up to 4 travellers, applied for every localie and destination you choose. 5+ is twice the standard rate.
For a full day, it is about 8 hours of activities together with our locals.
Your ½ day walk with one of our local takes half a day usually takes 4-5 hours.