The Belovezha Forest among the TOP-25 Sights in the National Geographic Ranking 2019
A sight in Belarus has made it to the first places in the National Geographic Magazine, which invites you to visit it in 2020.
National Geographic magazine has selected the 25 most exciting places in the world to visit next year. The Belovezhskaya Pushcha has also been included in this list. The Pushcha is located in the southwest of Belarus, part of which is in Poland.
The National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the last deep virgin forests in Europe, an oasis of wilderness. Discover some of the forest’s more than 250 bird species and the most famous of its 59 mammal species: the European bison, Europe’s largest land mammal. The 800 or so bisons of Białowieża represent the largest freely migratory population of a species that retreated into the forest after almost becoming extinct in 1920.
Come on our Belarus tour and see this extraordinary beauty with your own eyes.