If you want to feel the true magic of Poland, we invite you on a trip to the wild east! This is the most authentic part of our country, full of wild animals and kind people. In the south- east of Poland you will trek the wild mountains, right next to the border with Belarus, visit the king of the forest, in other words Żubr, in its natural habitat, and in the north of Poland you will be able to take a swim in one of the hundreds of beautiful lakes. The Polish East is still an undiscovered land with clear air, mountains, forests and lakes.

Bieszczady, or the most wild and definitely the least tourist Polish mountains, is a a magical place, because you can wander there for hours without seeing any human on the way. However, don’t be afraid that you’ll get lost! The trails are  very well marked, and besides, deciding to take a trip to the Wild East, you will be able to take advantage of the guide’s care!  Bieszczady are mountains where you can still meet wild animals such as wolves, bears and lynx. But if we fail to see any of these animals in nature, we will visit the European Bison reserve to take a close look at the king of the Polish wilderness…

In the Bialowieza Forest, which is near the border with Belarus, and it is just in the Forest where lives one of the symbols of Poland, a powerful Żubr (European bison), whom you will have the opportunity to watch with our guide. You can choose to walk around the precise nature reserve at sunrise, during the day or … at night. You can also see other wild animals with our guide in the Biebrza National Park, where there are countless birds, as well as elks, wolves and foxes. Then, you will have the opportunity to go canoe or raft, and even sleep on a raft, which is specially adapted for that! If you want, we can arrange for you even a few days rafting, during which you can fish, try local dishes or explore more areas with a guide.

If you like to move, you’ll also be able to cycle a dozen, a few dozen or several hundred kilometers by bike! The areas of north-eastern Poland are very well adapted for cycling, because for several years, the Green Velo bicycle route has been running through the entire eastern wall of Poland. As an organizer, we provide equipment needed for such a trip, so you can easily repack and ride a part of the route on bicycles! The road is practically flat all the time, so even people who rarely ride a bike will be able to deal with it.

Another unusual place on our way will be the land of a thousand lakes, which is located in the north of Poland. The water in the lakes is very clean, so you will be able to swim and kayak. You’ll sleep on agritourism farms, where you’ll meet wonderful hosts who will share their knowledge about the region and prepare traditional dishes. Time spent in the east of Poland will certainly allow you to take a break from everyday life. Lakes, forests and clean air – it’s enough
to forget about problems for a moment!