Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park with its primeval nature will charm you instantly and reward you with a wonderful feeling of tranquility. You can take a leisurely stroll in the open air and contemplate under majestic fir-trees, ash-trees and lime-trees... The 600-year-old tzar-oak is the most revered tree in the park, and nearby you can see a 400-year-old beauty pine which keeps him company. Seeing wolves, lynxes, bears, deers, roe deers, tarpans and, of course, the last remaining species of wild bulls in Europe — the European bison — will definitely be a highlight of your visit. Belovezhskaya Pushcha is also worth visiting for birdwatching lovers. More than 250 bird species inhabit the forest, with boreal owl, black stork, white-tailed eagle and bittern among them.
In 1992 Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park was included into the UNESCO World Heritage List, and in 1993 it was granted a biosphere reserve status.
Captivating bicycle and walking tours are available for tourists. You can visit the Museum of Nature and the Museum of Folk Life and Ancient Crafts. One of the most visited places in Puscha is the residence of Ded Moroz, who is the Belarusian brother of Father Christmas and Santa Claus. Visitors can make their most secret wishes all year round — and they will come true! Those who would like to spend a couple of days here will not be disappointed as hotels and restaurants are numerous in the reserve.
Your bright unforgettable adventure starts here in Belovezhskaya Pushcha!