25,000 Old Mysterious Dolmens of The Black Sea Region, Science Cannot Explain

Katalina Aster

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2 Responses

  1. Jay Reinfeld says:

    Katalina… you mention you went to the Black Sea Dolmans with a tour guide. Is there a specific group tour that takes people to the Black Sea Dolmans?

  2. Katalina Aster says:

    Hi Jay! The tour I was participating in was a combined day tour with a waterfall hike leaving from the town of Anapa. I am not aware of Dolmen-only or English-speaking tours yet, but the knowledge about them is becoming more widespread, so I expect some private companies to start doing tours soon. If you speak any Russian, or can find an interpreter, there are independent drivers on Jeeps that can take you to any dolmens when you rent them at an hourly rate. However, I also never made it to Krasnaya Polyana, Sochi, and they may have their own tours. I saw one person in Sochi advertising Russian cultural tours including the dolmens on the website called Tours by Locals. I can imagine if you would to contact such a private tour guide and ask them to take you just to the dolmens, they may be able to do that.

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