Nogliki (Russian: Но́глики NOH-glee-kee) is a city in on the island of Sakhalin in Russian Far East, roughly 2/3 up the island. The name is a canny reference to the booming oil business here as it's derived from the indigenous Nivkh's word noghl-vo which means 'smelling-village'. Around 10000 people live here, and as the intro might suggest - it's one of the main population centers for the Nivkh tribe.
Nogliki Aiport (Аэропорт Ноглики,ICAO:UHSN) for years a rough airstrip, now proudly boasts a brand new 1750 meter paved runway and and even a fancy terminal building - all made possible by a multi million dollar investment from the oil industry. Yakutia Airlines operates scheduled service several time per week between Nogliki and Khabarovsk utilizing Bombardier Q-400. SAT Airlines  flies chartered flights with a Dash-8 to Yuzno-Sakhalinsk and occasionally Khabarovsk for the oil companies, call +7 (4242) 739-000 to secure a spot on the 5-10 seats usually left for regular passengers.
Nogliki Railway station (Ноглики вокзал) 613 kilometers north of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk sees a daily nighttrain arriving from Yuzhno at 10.45, returning south again at 18.20, the journey takes just over 13 hours, and stops in Tymovsk on the way for bus connections to Alexandrovsk-Sakhalinsky. A 6 wheeled bus connects with the train to take you 250 kilometers up a grueling dirt road to Okha in the far north of the island.
Sakhalin Historical & Ethnographic Museum (Сахалинскийисторико-этнографическиймузей), ul. Fizkulturnaja 2, ☎ +7 (424340) 7-1245. Has it's home in a rather shabby looking wooden building, the museum have around 3000 items up for display over 200m2. It also serves as a cultural center for the Nivkh tribe, and besides displays of traditional tools, you'll also find Nivkhs studying their own culture and history edit
Ostrovok Zoo (Частныйзоопарк 'Островок'), ul. Dachnaya 1A, ☎ +7 (42444) 9-7650. Opened in 2005 this rather bizarre and depressing zoo spreads over about a hectare and have 67 species up for display edit
There is a central market near the local school on Shkolny Lane, where you buy fresh produce and other stuff, and the central part of Sovetskaya street are lined with shops, mainly groceries and hardware stores
There is a number of cafe's which are equally ready to serve a bite as a drink. If that is all a bit too adventourous for you - you are probably in the wrong place, but fortunately there is a restaurant inside 'Hotel Nogliki' with an English menu.
Briz Cafe (Бриз), ul. 15. Maja 18, ☎ +7 (842444) 96295. edit
Zavod (Завод), Ul. Sovetskaya, 44A, ☎ +7 89140 87-4404. W-Sa from 21 till late. Previously Fabrika, both names for a factory, it's the only thing in town that remotely resembles a club. Cover charge 300 rub, girls free on Thursdays edit
Hotel Nogliki (Ноглики), ul. Sovetskaya 6 (ул.Советская, 6), ☎ +7 (42444) 9-6351. 3 star hotel with 70 beds, popular with oil workers.Singles: $82, Doubles $97. edit
Severyanka (Северянка), ul. Sternberga 7A (ул. Штернберга, 7 А), ☎ +7 (42444) 9-7650. 55 bed hotel with shared bathrooms down the hall, rusty showers and filthy toilet.$8. edit
Kuban Guesthouse (Кубань), ul. Dachnaya 1 A (Дачная, 1 А), ☎ +7 (42444) 98-2-21. This hotel right by the Zoo has 34 beds, and features some bizarre decoration - naked mannequins, a triped out aquarium and tapestry that makes you feel like on speed - search for "Kouban hôtel Nogliki" on youtube for a taste.edit
Goryachie Kluchi (Горячие Ключи) is a volcanic mountain mountain area, and a village, on a tough dirt road north of town, it has a hot spring to boot.
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