For other places with the same name, see Okhotsk (disambiguation).

Okhotsk (Russian: Ох'отск, o-HO-tsk) is a village in the Russian Far East centered around silver mining and fishing. The village has a population of approximately 4,500 people. It was the first settlement in the Russian Far East.

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There are no road leading to Okhotsk. Okhotsk Airport (Аэропорт Охотск; IATA: OHO) fields 3.5 hour flights from Khabarovsk with Khabarovsk Airlines (+7 42135 30 610) and occasionally Nikolaevsk-on-Amur. It also offers helicopter flights to surrounding settlements.


Fishing and hunting tours are organized in the summer in Khabarovsk and cost about $2000 for two weeks.


Marekanit is a natural glass stone that is usually black with white spots and is created as a result of fast cooling magma. The only place on earth it can be found is in Okhotsk mines.


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