Białowieża is a village in north east Poland virtually on the Belarusian boarder on the edge of Europe’s best preserved primeval forest. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to a variety of wildlife including wolves, wild boar, lynxes and, most famously, bison which were successfully reintroduced to the area last century.
There are acres of woodland, parks and lakes to explore on foot and by bike. The Bison Reserve allows you to come face to face with the forest's larger inhabitants such as wolves and bison.
To visit the best preserved areas of the forest you will have to hire a guide which you can do at the Tourist Office. Tours last three to five hours and offer unforgettable encounters with the area's diverse wildlife.
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