Lake Baikal is a gigantic Lake which is located in Siberia, the Asian part of Russia. This Lake is the largest freshwater lake in the world, with a long reach 636 km and save more than 23,000 cubic kilometres of water, about 20% of the total fresh water reserves of liquid around the world. Lake Baikal, by the age of 25 million years of the formation is the oldest Lake, for centuries considered a sacred place by most people around, it can be viewed from a range of cultures that exist around the Lake.

The water in Lake Baikal is extremely clean and clear. So the Lake Baikal Lake was crowned with the cleanest water in the world. So crystal clear water of the Lake, many passenger boats traveling on the Lake Baikal feel fear, especially fear of altitude or depth, because they can see clearly into the Lake to a depth of 50 meters. Lake water is clean and clear, because there a lot of Epischura baikalensis, i.e. very small crustaceans. Animals that filter bacteria and mildew. MOSS and bacteria is the cause of the Lakes so murky waters.
Over the last five months of the year, that is from January to may, entered the Siberian Winter. In summer temperatures can reach dingiin-19 to 21 degrees Celsius. It made the surface of Lake Baikal water freezes into ice.

Between December to April is the best period to travel to Siberia in Russia where the deepest lake in the world is located. Lake Baikal is a revealing charm that is rarely seen on a traveler. This month the Lake freezes produce a layer of ice on its surface that allows the traveler to walk on it while watching the fish swim passing by under the feet. Between December to April is the best period to travel to Siberia in Russia where the deepest lake in the world is located. Lake Baikal is a revealing charm that is rarely seen on a traveler. This month the Lake freezes produce a layer of ice on its surface that allows the traveler to walk on it while watching the fish swim passing by under the feet.

One of the most awaited natural phenomenon traveler in this period was the phenomenon of the hummocks, a pile of ice are pushed out the surface making it like the coral ice in the middle of the ocean. These Hummocks formed during freezing process where water is not yet fully freezes driven currents and wind until crashing out.

To get to the Lake, we first can take a flight from Moscow, Beijing or Seoul to Irkutsk. From Irkutsk, the journey continues by bus or rental car for about 90 minutes up to the village of Listvyanka on the shores of Lake Baikal. The other alternative is passing through the Trans-Siberian Railway or the Baikal Amur Mainline, with direct stops at Lake Baikal.

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