It has been an unusual winter for we had no snow and the temperatures were above zero (Centigrade). It didn't stop a bunch of jolly nature lovers from coming here and joining our Winter Festival. Here is a short trip report.
We proudly present a selection of paintings by Lavinia Grant, an artist and author, who participated our Carpathian Wildlife Festival. The scenes were inspired by the landscapes and wildlife of Bieszczady Mountains. We couldn't resist to share, see for yourselves!
A brief report from the 7th Wildlife Watching Festival in the Carpathians. We have run over 20 trips and saw plenty of Bison, Brown Bears, Wolves and a lot more.
Just a quick report from our Autumn Carpathian Wildlife Festival 2019 that is just finishing today. We have seen Brown Bears, Wolves and European Bison on several occasions this week with many happy customers!
The 4th Spring Wildlife Festival in the Białowieża Forest and the Biebrza Marshes has come to an end. We present a short summary along with few photos from our Team and participants. We had fantastic time and loads of fun!
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!
A short report and a few pictures from our 2019 Winter Wildlife Festival in the Białowieża Forest and Biebrza Marshes
A short photo report from our 2018 Autumn Wildlife Festival in the Eastern Carpathians. We have seen Wolves plus wild Bison as well as fresh tracks of Wolves and Bears every day!
Our guided tour to the Białowieża Forest and Biebrza Marshes back in August recorded an impressive number of bird and mammal species despite hot summer weather. Few photos and a short trip report available now.
The 3rd Spring Wildlife Festival in the Białowieża Forest and Biebrza Marshes has, once again, become a huge success. We have hosted over 40 participants from 9 different countries. A total of 16 local guides and 8 drivers have worked dawn to dusk for 9 days taking small groups around the wildest sites of the north-eastern Poland.