Our proposal for spending free time close to the nature:
Houseboats in Biebrza National Park
Biebrza National Park (in Polish: Biebrzański Park Narodowy) is the largest of Poland’s 23 National Parks, located in Podlaskie Voivodeship, northeastern Poland, along the Biebrza River.
The most precious part of the park are The Biebrza Marshes where vast and relatively untouched fenlands with a unique variety of several communities of plants, rare wetland birds and mammals such as elk and beaver and other animals are protected. The Biebrza wetlands as well as the Narew River valleys are important places for birds’ nesting, feeding and resting. The most important part of the Park is Red Marsh Reserve (Polish: Rezerwat przyrody Czerwone Bagno), which is under strict protection.
Original concept of spending free time is Biebrza river raft using houseboats – floating full equiped “homes” which are a perfect palce for observation of the Biebrza Valley and Wetlands wildlife!