Belarus, the Eastern neighbour of Poland, will most probably become one of the prime birding destinations in Europe. The variety of birds – including several key species very rarely seen in other parts of Europe – is second to none. This, however, is only one aspect: imagine passing along the roads and trails of ancient forests, crossing some of the hundreds of meandering rivers, the biggest marshes and fens of the continent, and hardly meeting a soul…

An almost pristine paradise, a hardly-touched wilderness, no wonder Belarus conserves a huge population of Bison, Lynx and Wolf. We have located fine hotels conveniently close to the prime birding sites. This country is perfectly safe, a chance to experience the feeling of an era that has been long left behind in most parts of Eastern Europe. This is an opportunity to witness true rural life in small ancient villages and partake of real local cuisine.

Our tour visits three key places: Belowezhskaya Pusha NP adjoining its smaller counterpart the World famous Bielowieza NP in Poland, then Sporova Reserve protecting the one of the most important population of Aquatic Warbler in the world, and finally Pripiatsky NP, a paradise for sought-after waders offering a unique variety of primarily Eastern species.

Birding tours in Belarus

Birding in the ultimate East of Europe

Belarus, 8 days

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