Travel to Chechnya
A Jewel of the Caucasus Renewed
There are very few traces of the ancient world in Chechnya; the old lowland villages were devastated by the Czarist army during the 19th century, and the highland settlements were ruined during the deportation of 1944. On the other hand, the Chechen republic is full of stunning new projects such as skyscrapers, beautiful mosques, and athletic arenas. Not too long ago, the words “tour to Chechnya” seemed absurd, but today many people want to see the new Grozny, overcome the habitual stereotypes, and puzzle out for themselves the customs and traditions of the Chechen people.
Our tours to Chechnya
Our trips to Chechnya are usually done as part of larger expeditions around the North Caucasus, but we also offer short, one or two-day tours around the republic.
Religious Rituals of the North Caucasus
North Caucasus from Sochi to Grozny
Photo tour in the North Caucasus. Lanscapes and reportage
Tour to Ingushetia, Chechnya, Dagestan
Getting to Chechnya
There are regular flights from Moscow and St. Petersburg to the capital of Chechnya, Grozny. You can also get there by train or bus. Grozny stands along the federal Moscow-Baku highway, and from here, it’s an easy automobile trip to the neighbouring republics of Dagestan, Ingushetia and North Ossetia.
Please, take into consideration, that Chechenian Republic is part of Russian Federation, that is why you’ll have to get Russian visa. You can get information about Russian visa here.
Private tours to Chechnya
If you have special requests in terms of dates and itineraries, we will be happy to organize an individual tour to Chechnya just for you or your group.