Mouth of the river Zai

Location: the area to the south of the Kama river

The mouth of the river Zai is an area of ancient lakes and islands, formed by the channels and the main course of the Kama, in the thickets of riverside bushes and forests fishermen and hunters reign free. At the beginning of the 20th-century grayling and trout used to be caught here which proved the exceptional purity of the river.