KANDAGAR Group is an incoming and domestic tour operator providing services in Russia, Ukraine and CIS countries.


It was founded in 1993 and has offices in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Rostov-on-Don, Sevastopol, Kiev, Minsk and Baku. The number of employees is up to 100 persons.

KANDAGAR Group is a part of the most important non-governmental organizations including Russian Union of Travel Industry and Travel Agent Union.

We provide all sorts of tourist activities

• vacation and medical treatment in hotels, sanatoriums, holiday hotels of Ukraine, Russia, Abkhazia, Belarus, Georgia, the Baltic states and Scandinavia;

• excursions for individual tourists and groups of tourists;

• ski vacation in Ukrainian, Russian and Georgian resorts;

• hotel booking;

• children vacaion (summer camps);

• sea and river cruises;


• transportation (transfers, train and airline tickets for domestic and international flights);

• visa services.


 Our competitive advantages

We offer a wide range of services from the regular standard tours to exclusive VIP trips and provide a flexible approach to the specific demands of our clients.

- reasonable prices and wide range of services;

- we are quick in responding to requests and in calculating orders;

- we have a lot of experience in reception of tourist groups;

- our clients gave us very high appreciation of the programs and most positive comments on the results;

- people working with in KANDAGAR Group are some of the best experts in the industry;

- the availability of our own offices allows us to quickly resolve any occurring problems;

- reliability;

- flexibility;

- simplicity.

 Our tours

Saint Petersburg - Moscow

7 days/6 nights

Day 1

Arrived check in hotel with welcome Vodka drink.

Day 2 – Saint Petersburg


Walk along Nevsky prospect for Shopping Spree – today it functions as the main thoroughfare in Saint Petersburg.

Visit some of the most prominent sights of Saint Petersburg: the Admiralty – which is dedicated to Our Lady of Kazan, probably the most venerated icon in Russia. As well as, St Isaac’s Cathedral, Fine Art Square, Church Square, Church  of Resurrection on spilled blood, Smolny Cathedra, Bronze Horseman Statue, Decembrist Square, Monument to Nicholas I, Kazan Cathedral.


Excursion to the Peter and Paul Fortress – the original citadel of st. Petersburg, Russia, founded by Peter the Great in 1703 and built to Domenico Trezzini's designs from 1706 to 1740.

Neva River Boat Cruise – embark on a river cruise to see the famed draw bridges from below, to feel the fresh air from the Gulf of Finland.

Day 3 - Saint Petersburg


Continue your acquaintance with Saint Petersburg – visit the Peterhof Grand Palace – the Peterhof is a series of palaces and gardens located in Petergof, Saint Petersburg, Russia, laid out on the orders of Peter the Great. These palaces and gardens are sometimes referred as the "Russian Versailles".

Lunch at Russian Folklore Shuvalovka Village “Masteclass” – the center of Russian traditional culture-is a unique architectural ensemble that shows the face of peasant's houses. Mercantile house- the shop of national trade. Here you can see all traditional trades, for what is famous Russian earth.

Hermitage Museum – is a museum of art and culture in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. One of the largest and oldest museums in the world, it was founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great.

Gala dinner at Nikolaevski Palace – the palace of Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaievich of Russia forms part of a sprawling complex incorporating a palatial church, a manege, and several outbuildings separated from Labour Square by a cast-iron fence.

Folklore Show at Nikolaevski.

Day 4 – Moscow


Make a use of the famous High Speed train Sapsan – "Sapsan" is Russian for the peregrine falcon, the fastest bird in the falcon family, so it was an appropriate name for this new train, which can reach speeds of up to 250 kmph.

Begin your time in Moscow with visiting Sparrow Hills “Lenin Hill” – the name of a location in the south-west of Moscow, positioned on the high right bank of the Moscow River and covered in forest.

Also worth visiting: War Memorial on the Poklonnaya Hill,  Novodevichy convent – founded in 1524 by Grand Duke Vasily III to celebrate the recapture of Smolensk from the Lithuanians, the Novodevichy Convent is one of the most beautiful sights in Moscow.

Moscow University.

Day 5 – Moscow


It’s time to visit the famous Red Square and Mausoleum – a city square (plaza) in Moscow, Russia. Red Square is often considered the central square of Moscow since Moscow's major streets, which connect to Russia's major highways, originate from the square.

St Basil’s Cathedral – it was built from 1556 - 61 on orders from Ivan the Terrible and commemorates the capture of Kazan and Astrakhan. A world famous landmark, it was the city’s tallest building until the completion of the Ivan the Great Bell Tower in 1600.

Kazan Cathedral.


GUM Department Store – GUM is not just a store where you can buy almost everything. It is a monument of architecture. It is an art gallery and venue for cultural events. It is an integral part of Russian history. It is a symbol of Moscow and it is the closest place to the Kremlin, where you can feel yourself in Europe.

Kremlin + Cathedral – Kremlin is a fortified complex at the heart of Moscow, overlooking the Moskva River to the south, Saint Basil's Cathedral and Red Square to the east, and the Alexander Garden to the west. It is the best known of the kremlins (Russian citadels) and includes five palaces, four cathedrals, and the enclosing Kremlin Wall with Kremlin towers.

Day 6 – Moscow


Try Moscow Metro – Moscow's underground transit system is now more than 80 years old, and carries up to 9 million passengers through more than 200 stations every day. Most of the architecture and decor was built decades ago, meant to be a showcase for Soviet artists, ideals, and icons.

Arbat Street – is a pedestrian street about one kilometer long in the historical centre of Moscow, Russia.


Great Moscow Circus Show – the old Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard or Nikulin's Circus is one of the oldest circuses in Russia.

Day 7.


Golden Ring of Russia

3 days /2 nights

The cities of the Golden Ring of Russia make up a symbolic circle, with each city being remarkable for its rich history and attractions. Together they have been called “open-air museums”, a visual encyclopedia of ancient architecture presenting the treasures of Russian culture. An evident advantage of tours in the Golden Ring compared to other destinations is their unique ability to be attractive for visitors all year around.

The Golden Ring of Russia is composed of the eight principal ancient towns around Moscow: Vladimir, Suzdal, Ivanovo, Kostroma, Yaroslavl, Rostov Veliky, Peresslavl Zalessky and Sergiev Posad. The rest of towns such as Plyos, Uglich, Myshkin etc. have not been officially recognized as part of the Golden Ring.

Day 1

Departure with guide and transport from Moscow to Golden Ring. 

Transfer to Sergiev  Posad. 
Excursion in Trinity Sergiev Lavra, the territory and cathedrals, souvenir’s market. 
Transfer to Rostov the Great.
A tour of the Kremlin, the territory, the Museum of Finift'. 
Transfer to Yaroslavl. 
Accommodation  in a hotel.

Day 2

Tour of Yaroslavl city, Church of St.Elijah the Prophet (the exterior), the Spaso-Preobrazhensky monastery territory. 
Transfer to Kostroma. 
Excursion: the city (incl. exteriors of the Church of The Resurrection on the Debra, the Epiphany monastery), Ipatiev monastery grounds, chambers of the Romanov boyars. 
Transfer to Suzdal.
Accommodation in hotel.

Day 3

Tour of Suzdal city, the territory of the Kremlin with the Rozhdestvenskiy Cathedral 
interior, Krestovaya palata interior, Pokrovsky monastery territory, the Museum of wooden architecture 2 interiors. 
Transfer to Vladimir .
Tour to Vladimir city, Assumption interior and St. Demetrius exterior Cathedrals, Golden Gate architecture, the Museum of Crystal and Lacquer miniature. 

Transfer  to Moscow. 
Arrival in Moscow to the hotel. 

Moscow -
Saint Petersburg

8 days /7 nights

Day 1

- Red Square - the centre of this 850 years old city
- St Basil’s Cathedral - the most colourful & unique cathedral in the world
- GUM department store - famous department store in many cities of  the former Soviet Union
- Moscow  Metro - one  of  the  busiest  and  most  visually  stunning underground systems in the world
- Arbat  Street - one  of  the  oldest  surviving  streets  of  the  Russian capital

Day 2


- Kremlin
- fortified complex at the heart of Moscow
- 3   famous Kremlin   cathedrals: Cathedrals   of   the   Assumption, Annunciation and Archangel
- Moscow  Vodka  Museum - tour  the  facilities,  and  learn  about  the  history of vodka in Russia
- Izmaylovo Market - one-stop souvenir venue in Moscow
- Moscow  Circus - traditional  home  of  the  world-famous  Moscow  State

Day 3

Moscow –
Sergiev Posad Moscow
- The  Holy  Trinity St  Sergius  Lavra - unique  monastery  complex and the spiritual center of Russian Orthodox Christianity
- Matryoshka  Doll  Factory produce  doll symbol  of  Russia  and  its  culture

Day 4

scow - St Petersburg
- Scenic Train Ride

Day 5

St Petersburg
- Peter  and  Paul  Fortress - Officially  labelled  as  a  “Museum  of  the History of the City”
- St  Isaac’s  Cathedral - largest  orthodox  basilica  and  the  fourth largest cathedral in the world
- Memorial  to  the  Siege  of  Leningrad - commemorates  the  victims and survivors of the Siege of Leningrad
- Cathedral of Kazan - dedicated to Our Lady of Kazan, probably the most venerated icon in Russia
- The State Hermitage Museum second largest museum of art and culture


St Petersburg

Petrodvorets  Summer  Palace - beautiful Lower Park  with 150 fountains and 4 cascades


St Peterburg Pushkin Moscow
- Catherine   Palace - historical  and  compositional center  of  the palace-and-park ensemble
- Great Hall largest state room in the palace Amber  Room - world-famous  chamber  decorated  in  amber  panels backed with gold leaf and mirrors
Scenic train ride to Moscow.

ay 8



Russia + Scandinavia

6 days /5 nights

Day 1

- Arrive DOM/VKO airport.
- Visit Kremlin including entrance to Armoury Chamber.
- Dinner at restaurant  then hotel.

Day 2


- City tour: Sparrow Hill (photo stop), Moscow State University (photo stop), Memorial Mosque (pass by) and Victory Park (pass by).
- Pray at Moscow Cathedral Mosque.
- Visit the Red Square: Lenin Mausoleum, St. Basil Cathedral, GUM etc.
- Dinner at restaurant then hotel.

Day 3

Moscow – St. Petersburg

- Depart to St. Petersburg (via Sapsan train).
- Arrive and pray at St. Petersburg Mosque.
- Panoramic city tour including photo stop inside Peter and Paul Fortress.
- Visit Hermitage Museum (include entrance).
- Dinner at restaurant then hotel.

Day 4

St. Petersburg – Helsinki

- Visit Catherine’s Palace.
- Pray at St. Petersburg Mosque.
- Depart to Helsinki (via Allegro train).
- Arrive Helsinki.
- Dinner at restaurant then hotel.


Day 5

Helsinki – Stockholm

- City tour: Senate Square (photo stop), Rock Church (photo stop) and others pass by only.
- Free time at Stockmann and Forum Department Store.
- Pray at Helsinki Islam Keskus.
- Depart to Stockholm by Silja Line Cruise.
- Buffet dinner on board.


Day 6


- Arrive.
- Photo stop at Drottningholm Castle (no entrance).
- Pray at Stockholm Mosque.
- City tour: Royal Palace (photo stop), Nobel Museum, Parliament, City Hall etc.
- Free time at Vasterlanggatan.
- Dinner at restaurant then hotel.


Day 7

Stockholm – Oslo

- Depart to Oslo (via SJ train).
- Arrive.
- City tour: Opera House (photo stop), Vigeland Sculpture Park (photo stop), Nobel Peace Center (pass by) and Akershus Fortress (photo stop no entrance).
- Pray at Islamic Cultural Centre Norway.
- Free time City Hall area (souvenirs and Hard Rock Cafe).
- Dinner at restaurant then hotel.


Day 8

Oslo – Copenhagen

- Visit Bygdoy; Norsk Folkemuseum and Viking Ship Museum (include all entrance fees).
- Pray at Islamic Cultural Centre Norway.
- Depart to Copenhagen (via DFDS Ferry).
- Buffet dinner on board.


Day 9


- Arrive.
- City tour: City Hall, Little Mermaid Statue, Christianborg Palace, Amalienborg Palace, Rosenborg Castle, Frederiksborg Castle (all photo stop only without entrance fee).
- Pray at Grand Mosque Copenhagen.
- Free time at Stroget (Hard Rock Cafe).
- Dinner at restaurant then hotel.


Day 10


- Check out hotel and free time at Field’s Shopping Mall.
- Depart to the airport.

Russian North

8 days /7 nights

Day 1


Pick up and Transfer for Dinner at the restaurant.


Check in at the hotel.

Overnight in Moscow.


Day 2

Аrrival to ММК.

During the road – information about aboriginal inhabitants of saam.

Arrival to Saam village.

Acquaintance with the inhabitants’ culture and way of life.

Desires alley (should got coins 10, 50 cents).

Saam games: throwing nyartal (harness), saam pal (saam ball).

Acquintance with north deer, feeding, photos.

Hug with funny husky.

Riding an ATV (quadrocycles).

Photos in national dress.

Purchase national souvenirs - charms.

Departure to Murmansk.

Check in the hotel.

Buffet dinner.

Searching for Northen lights in case of good weather (clear sky, no rain and wind).


Day 3

Husky park

Breakfast in hotel.

Departure from the hotel.

Transfer from big bus to small bus, arrival on the park territory with 2 groups.

Communication with husky, narrative about husky species origin, photos.

Communication with deer, photos.

Observation of mini-saam village – koovax, vezh, north barn.


Concert of Saam folklore.

Departure with 2 groups, then transfer in one big bus.


Buffet dinner.

Searching for Northen lights in case of good weather (clear sky, no rain and wind).


Day 4



Check out and departure from the hotel with all staff.

Visiting ice-breaker «Lenin».

Murmansk sightseeing excursion, visiting “Alesha” and “Kursk” monuments.

Buffet lunch.

Observation Deck in Abram Mis village offer amazing view on Murmansk from unfreezing Kolsky Bay.

Airport in Murmashi village.

Departure from Murmansk.

Flight to SVO by SU airlines

Arrive to Moscow

Dinner at the hotel.

Check in at the hotel.

Day 5


Transfer to Kremlin.

Visit Armory Chamber.

Visit Kemlin Territory & Cathedral. 

Lunch at the restaurant Eat & Talk (Buffet).

Visit Red Square, St.Basil Cathedral, Shopping Gum.

Dinner at the restaurant Green Tee.

Check in at the hotel.

Day 6


Transfer to city center.

Visit Christ our Savior

Metro Tour

Sparrow Hill

Lunch at the restaurant.

Transfer to the airport for flight back to BKK



  Office in Moscow

+7 (495) 988-50-53
Volgogradsky Prospekt, 4А, Off 1, Proletarskaya metro station

  Office in Sevastopol

+7 (8692) 53-50-50 (ext 10-37)

  Office in Kiev

Gogolevskaya st. 10, Off 13, Universytet metro station

+38 (044) 484-48-04 (ext 13-09)


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Sat, Sun: day off




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