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Average price in Yamalo-Nenetskiy:$73/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$18/night
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$49 - $93
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$41 - $117
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About Yamalo-Nenetskiy

Sprawling around the mouth of the Ob River, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug hugs the Kara Sea in the far north of Russia. It’s home to the indigenous Nenets people, who have long survived in its harsh environment by gathering and hunting polar bears.

Things to do

From its spectacular arctic tundra to its modern cities, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug is well and truly off-the-beaten tourist track.

Sightsee in Salekhard. Serving as the administrative hub of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug is Salekhard, which straddles the Arctic Circle. Photograph the Stela "66 Parallel” monument and the immense mammoth statue, then delve into the local history at the Yamalo-Nenetskiy Okruzhnoy Museum.

Get creative in Noyabrsk. Noyabrsk is one of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug’s largest cities and was established in the 1970s to serve the Kholmogorskoye oil field. You can attend one of the pottery or bone-carving workshops at the MBUK Museum Resource Center, then explore Noyabrsk Park, which is home to a unique spider sculpture.

Visit the Novy Urengoy City Museum of Fine Arts. As the only museum dedicated to fine arts in Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, this institution is a “must” for art lovers. It houses a permanent collection of more than 2,000 works that represents artists from across Russia’s north, as well as local folk arts and bone carvings from Yamal.

Relax on the shores of Khadatayoganlor. Just a stone’s throw from Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug’s border with the Komi Republic, this sprawling lake is surrounded by rugged mountains often blanketed in snow. You can soak up the natural beauty while trekking along the lake’s shore or get an elevated view across its turquoise waters from one of the surrounding ridges.

Getting around

Noyabrsk Airport is the main aviation gateway to Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug and has flights to destinations across Russia. Sabetta International Airport has regular flights to Moscow and a railway links Tyumen with Novy Urengoy. With very few roads in the region, travelling along the Ob River or along the coastline is the most convenient way of getting around.

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    One of the most popular hotels in Yamalo-Nenetskiy is Тундровый 6, which has been reviewed by 31 users and currently has a rating of 9.1/10. Other top-rated locations include Тундровый 1 and Dream Hostel, which have received 9.1/10 and 9.1/10 ratings from our users, respectively.