Beauty of the Belovezhskaya Pushcha
This is a fascinating bus tour around one of the oldest nature reserves on the territory of the Republic of Belarus, included in the UNESCO world heritage list. You will visit the largest forest area in Central Europe, which has remained almost untouched since the XIII century. Belovezhskaya Pushcha is a unique beauty of nature, a rich world of animals and birds.
During the tour you will get acquainted with the unique nature of the National Park, see the "The patriarch Oak" and «The giant Pine", Lyadskoe lake, "Tsarsky tract", animals and birds in their natural habitat.
In the museum of folk life and ancient technologies tourists are given the opportunity to get acquainted with the culture and life of a local resident of Belovezhskaya Pushcha of the XIX century and try local treats. Currently, this excursion site is a museum complex that includes the museum itself (country house of a resident of the XVII century), outbuildings for cattle, a forge, “a moonshine brewery”, sheds for local craftsmen (organization of workshops), mini-cafe "Khutorok", sheds for visitors, a playground for kids, etc.
Aviaries with animals occupy about 20 hectares of the territory. There you can see the main types of animals that live in the Belovezhskaya Pushcha: the lynx, the fox, the deer, the red deer, the bison, the elk, the wolf, the wild boar, as well as the raccoon dog and the spotted deer. Here you can treat the forest inhabitants with a piece of bread, an apple or a carrot.
The nature museum in Belovezhskaya Pushcha where its nature is presented against the background of the history of the National Park is one of the most visited in Brest region. In the museum halls you can see hoofed animals (the deer, the boar, the roe, the elk), as well as predators (the wolf, the lynx, the fox, the marten, the badger, the raccoon dog), get acquainted with the class of birds, which in the forest there are about 250 species. The collection of wood-destroying mushrooms is one of the most complete in the Republic of Belarus. The impression is enhanced by the sounds of nature – the chirping of birds, grunts and roars of forest animals that accompany the journey through the museum.
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