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Biebrza National Park (1 day)

Date:  26.05.2018r 

Number of participants: 20 person                                                      


Welcome to vast floodplains of one of the last untamed rivers in Europe, to a unique wilderness where man lives in harmony with the rhythms of nature, and where the present is intertwined with rich tradition and history. The Biebrza National Park is the largest national park in Poland. It is stretched along the Biebrza River, encompassing the largest and the most natural complex of peat bogs in Europe, with a few meters of peat and with a small share of transition and high bogs. The Biebrza National Park protects the vast and almost unchanged valley bogs with a unique diversity of plant species, birds and other animals and natural ecosystems. The Biebrza Valley is a very important place for nesting, foraging and resting for waterfowl birds. The most characteristic mammal of Biebrzański PN is the moose, which only survived the period of World War II. There live about 650 individuals, these animals like to stay in wet forests, wetland forests


Program of the trip:

12.00 - departure from Białystok

13.00 - arrival to the Biebrza National Park

Lunch at  Karczma “U Bartla”

Guided tours

"In the world of insectivorous sundews" - an eventful visit in a place with the deepest swamps, surrounded by predatory and hallucinogenic plants, giant spiders and biting snakes.

Sundew has been long a well-known and very popular insectivorous plant, living, among others, in our European climate. It infuses people not so much with its inconspicuous appearance, but with the fact that it catches insects for a sweet and slightly fragrant liquid that it secretes at the tops of its leaf leaves. When the insect lured by this liquid sits on the leaf, it closes by catching the poor wretch. 

"In the elk refuge" a walk through a low moor with a chance to suspect an elk in its natural environment;

19.00 – departure

20.00 - return to Białystok