Are you ready for a retreat to the heart of Polish wilderness? Deepen your connection with nature in one of Europe’s last and largest primeval forests. Kayak down the meandering rivers and admire the breathtaking views. Quiet your mind and let your body relax.
Janow Podlaski Stud – get to see the 19th century stables specialised in breeding Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horses, take a horse-drawn ride through the picturesque Bug River Valley meadows and have a picnic in the heart of pristine nature.
Raft trip down the River Bug – drifting along on a raft is the best way to admire the natural beauty of the region.
Holy Mountain of Grabarka – visit the most important sanctuary for the Orthodox Church in Poland - the water from its “Miraculous Spring” is believed to have healing powers.
Bialowieza – take a journey back in time to a primeval world of untouched, nature; observe the European bison, field ponies, elk, deer and wolves in their natural habitat; have a shot of Bison Grass vodka; take part in interesting craft and culinary workshops; get on a horsedrawn carriage ride through the forest; finish the day with a bonfire feast to the sound traditional Białowieża songs and melodies played on an accordion.
Narwianski National Park – raft along the branches of the Narew, also known as "The Polish Amazon".
Biebrza Marshes – explore this enchanting land on foot, by bike or by kayak; since The Red Marsh is the oldest elk sanctuary in Poland, you will be able to see the herds of grazing elk and observe the birds of prey from the viewing tower.
Trip along the Augustow Canal – see the exceptional achievement in the European art of water engineering - 18 locks dating mid-19th century that still help to regulate water level differences along the route.
Mikolajki - enjoy the sailing atmosphere of this popular holiday resort; take a short bicycle ride to the ornithological reserve; boat down the River Krutynia, which is one of the most beautiful boat trials in Europe.