A short day by day tour report from our September 2020 tour in the Białowieża Forest and Biebrza Marshes with Wolf seen!
Many of you keep asking for private tours and we have organised several of them this summer already. Here is…
Autumn in Poland offers fantastic opportunities for landscape photography. Following last year's success we organised a dedicated departure for photography enthusiasts, who explored the Białowieża Forest and the Biebrza Marshes with our most experienced guide, Andy.
This time we visited the Białowieża Forest and the Biebrza Marshes in the peak of a summer season. A dedicated group of 9 from UK and Australia explored the paths and wild parts of two precious national parks of NE Poland with Bartosz, our contagiously enthusiastic nature guide. Here is a short summary of our stay.
Please take a look at this freshly published report from our Primeval Forest and Marshes tour at the beginning of June. Despite the long term heatwave all the flagship species like Elk, Bison, Beavers, Red Deer were seen on this tour. Summer is the best time for butterflies and dragonflies, and our guide Andy made sure to make the most of our group's time out in the field!
Here goes a photo report from our first Primeval Forest & Marshes tour with Greenwings, a british wildlife tour company. Please enjoy a small sample of photographs.
A yet another trip report from our flagship 8-day tour in the Białowieża Forest and Biebrza Marshes this spring
Our guided Primeval Forest & Marshes tour at the end of April, begining of May was fantastic opportunity for a visit in the two unique environments of NE Poland - the Białowieża Forest and the Biebrza Marshes. Here is a photo report from this visit.
We have just published our new report from Primeval Forest & Marshes Tour 23 - 30 March 2019. Our lucky group saw a wolf, but this is definietely not the only highlight of the 8-day departure!
Presenting a fresh photo report from our recent tour, a private departure to the Białowieża Forest and the Biebrza Marshes at the beginning of February with two dedicated wildlife photographers from Turkey. See how it went!