Resort to be created on Putorana plateau
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Resort to be created on Putorana plateau

November 26, 2020

Private investment will be about 15 billion rubles.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. “We are going to build a resort on the Putorana plateau, which will be located next to lake Melkoye. This is a unique park in which the untouched natural resources of the Arctic Circle will be collected compactly, at an accessible distance. The private investment is about 15 billion rubles”, said the Nornickel vice president Andrey Grachev. He did not specify the completion date.

Now in the north of the region, the creation of the Arctic tourist and recreational cluster is underway, which includes the territories of Norilsk, Dudinka and the Putorana plateau. In the newly created cluster, Norilsk will become the center of cultural, educational and industrial tourism, Dudinka – event and ethnographic, the Putorana plateau – extreme and ecological tourism site.

As This Is Taimyr previously wrote, the Putorana plateau claims to be one of the most popular and impressive natural and tourist destinations in Russia. It has already become a finalist of the profile all-Russian competition, which was supported by the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, the Ministry of Natural Resources, the Ministry of Economic Development and the Federal Tourism Agency.

Text: Victor Tsaryov, Photo: open sources

November 26, 2020

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