Meteorologists have counted more than thirty types of winds on Lake Baikal. These air streams live with their own lives here: they alternate, depending on the season of the year, and collide with each other during one day. They emerge in different conditions and create themselves on their own.
Scientists have long sounded an alarm saying that the expansion of the filamentous Spirogyra algae threatens Lake Baikal and its environment. Let’s understand what these algae are, why there is too much of them now and what is needed to be done to save Lake Baikal.
Is there are seasons on lake Baikal? When is the best time of the year to visit the lake? Answers to all these questions and also a few words about Baikal weather you will find in our Infographic.
Baikal is becoming a popular spot of ecological tourism. Every year thousands of tourists visit the lake to see all it's beauty and to walk around it's shores. There are more than 10 ecologiacal trails around the lake today.