3. Warsaw: Bialowieza National Park and European Bison Tour
The Białowieża Forest is a symbol of Poland's natural wealth and diversity. International experts have recognized its unique value, and the Białowieża National Park has been included on UNESCO's World Heritage List as well as on UNESCO's List of World Biosphere Reserves.
After morning pickup from your accommodation in Warsaw, you will be transferred by air-conditioned car/minivan with an English-speaking driver to Bialowieza Village, located in the middle of the primeval forest. There you will meet with your local English-speaking guide who will take you for a long walk by a magical reserve of unique trees which are much older than any human could ever hope to live. Whilst there you can relax in the greenery and enjoy the fresh air of the wild forest.
Your hike will take about 3 hours, after which you will move on to a reserve of the European bison, which is a symbol of the park and the Europe's heaviest land animal. Only 3,000 exist today in the whole world, out of which 1,200 live in Poland. Nowadays Bialowieza National Park is known as a home to the world’s largest population of these animals. Following the national park, you will be returned back to your Warsaw accommodation.