Natural System of Wrangel Island Reserve is a natural preservation site in Arctic Ocean, between the Chukchi Sea and East Siberian Sea. It is a part of Chukotka region in Russia. It includes the Wrangel Island, Herald Island and the water that surround those islands. There are numerous varieties of flora and fauna in this area because it was not included in glacification era. You can see the Pacific walrus, grey whales and polar bear in this site. There are also a big number of flora species that have been found in this site. The Wrangel Island Reserve has the highest level of biodiversity in the high Arctic and therefore, this area is protected as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
If you are a true explorer, this is a place you want to go before you die. Make sure to visit this site between the end of July and the beginning of August, because that’s the best time to watch the natural wilderness without facing the snow blanket in the island or the winds and fogs that prevent tourists from sightseeing.
Since this is a protected area, you may find difficulties in visiting this place. First of all, you will require obtaining special permits to visit. The permit to visit the Chukotka region alone takes a very long time to process. Then, Wrangel and Heralds are two islands located in Arctic Ocean, so you need helicopter transportation to get there, and that’s quite expensive. If you are interested to go to this site, there are a lot of travel agents that offer you wildlife tours in various packages.