SCHEDULED TOURS 2016

NATIONAL PARKS OF NORTH-EAST POLAND

Biebrza

Date: 17 - 29 May 2016
Category: nature tour
Price: 1190 €
Assemble: Warsaw
Group size: min.12 - max. 16

An exciting thirteen day tour to National Parks and Protected Landscapes in the North-east of Poland, including the famous Bialowieza National Park, home to free-roaming European Bison. On this tour, of immense natural history interest, we also visit the, Biebrza Valley Marshes, the largest wetland in Central Europe; the Suwalskie and Mazurian Lake Districts; Wigry National Park; and the historic cities of Warsaw, Malbork and Gdansk.
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THE TATRA AND PIENINY NATIONAL PARKS

Tatra Mountains

Date: 4 - 11 September 2016
Category: nature tour
Price: 790 €
Assemble: Krakow
Group size: min.12 - max. 16

The Tatra and Pieniny are regarded as the most beautiful of the mountainous National Parks of Poland. These eight day tour enable you to experience the remarkable scenery of these special places and to visit Krakow, one of Europe's great historic cities. The full day walks in the high mountain areas follow routes which are well within the capabilities of any reasonably fit person who enjoys walking.
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GEORGIA - HORSEBACK TRAMPING IN KHEVSURETI

Horseback tramping in Georgia

Date: 13 - 19 September 2016
Category: horseback tramping
Price: 750 EUR + 150 USD
Assemble: Tbilisi (Georgia)
Group size: min.4

Deep in the Caucasus, behind high passes lies Khevsureti: a land cut off from the mainstream of civilization for centuries, inhabited by valiant mountaineers living in stone towers. Their love for freedom and independence has become legendary – they have never served anyone, and fiercely fought everyone who tried to dominate them.
An off-road car, good boots, and a brave Caucasian horse will help us experience a few days of an unforgettable adventure in the remarkable scenery of Caucasian peaks, deep valleys and pastures covered with carpets of flowers.
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WE RECOMMEND OUR BIRDWATCHING TOURS

Woodpecker

Poland is a country where over 400 species of birds have been recorded, during more than 200 years of ornithological study. About 230 of them are regular breeders. Especially rich habitats include wetlands, inland and coastal waters and old natural forests. Fortunately, extensive tracts of these habitats have survived in Poland and now act as sanctuaries for birds of international importance. The Biebrza Valley Marshes and the famous Bialowieza Primeval Forest have attracted ornithologists and birdwatchers from throughout Europe for many years, but these are not the only areas of high ornithological value in Poland.
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VISIT KRAKOW

KRAKOW CITY WALK

Wawel

Krakow, as the former national capital with a history encompassing over a thousand years, remains the spiritual heart of Poland. The old centre, which remarkably survived largely unscathed during WW2, is a World Heritage Site, one of twelve designated by UNESCO in the original list back in 1978.
We invite you to explore and enjoy atmosphere of the town on our guided tour. You will visit the remaining fragments of the medieval fortifications with the Barbican and St Florian's Gate, the King's Way, the Main Market Square with St. Mary's Church and the Sukiennice Cloth Hall and the imposing Royal Castle on Wawel Hill.
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