Bialowieza National Park is a real phenomenon at a European level. The oldest national park in Poland and one of the oldest in Europe has an extremely diverse variety of flora and fauna. You will find here a whole bunch of plants and animals that occur nowhere else. According to the specialists, Białowieża Forest is home to 25,000 species of animals and more than 1,000 species of plants.
If you want to experience nature at its best and see how does the world untouched by civilization look like, take part in our one-day trip to the Bialowieza National Park. During this tour you will see:
Strictly Protected Area
It’s the heart of Bialowieza and its most precious area which was created by nature itself without any human intervention. It is hard to believe but almost entire Europe was once covered with that kind of primeval forest! During a 3-hour walk through the Strictly Protected Area you will be accompanied by a professional tour guide (it is not possible to explore the reserve without a guide).
European bison Show reserve
No trip to Bialowieza Forest would be complete without a visit to the European bison Show Reserve. Despite its name, the reserve is inhabited not only by bisons, called also the kings of Bialowieza, but also several other species. Deers, elks, wild boars, wolves, tarpans, Polish horses, lynx, żubron (hybryd of bison and domestic cattle) live in this area in semi-natural conditions.