It’s no secret that in recent centuries the world has changed immensely and the global landscape has been modified so that it is almost unrecognizable.
Cement expansion over nature has advanced like a hungry rat race, representing the domain of humans and civilization on the globe.
In some cases, in many others worse, it has mainly affected other species cohabiting land since it is undeniable decline and in some cases to extinction they have suffered. Vladivostok is a Russian city where, in ancient times, the Tigers were plentiful and went free and at ease.
Now in Russia it is estimated that there are only about 400 copies of Tiger, and Vladivostok is fortunate to still be considered a sanctuary for wildlife. If you feel good from the wild, with species of exotic and unique plant and animal species that few can see, then you should definitely decide to make a trip to this city.
Some companies offer guided Vladivostok where you can see species of deer, bears, leopards tours, and if you are lucky the odd wild tiger, of course, in a controlled without putting your safety at risk environment.