Picturesque Białowieża is located at the river Narewka, about 90 km apart from town of Ciechanowiec. You can also find there the statutory office of Białowieża National Park. Whole commune Białowieża lies on the area of Białowieża Primeval Forest, which is home for really huge number of species of animals and plants. Unquestionable king of primeval forest is European bison, which currently lives in approximate number of 700 animals. In European Bison Show Reserve you can also see deers, elks, roes, boars, wolves, lynxes and many more. You will experience amazement hiking along Trial of Royal Oaks and Lithuanian Dukes, which lead you along 150 to 500-year-old oaks. You should also explore Strictly Protected Area where you can see whole life cycle of trees from seedling to huge, aging in natural process tree trunks. Uniquely values of natural wealth of Białowieża Primeval Forest fascinate numerous groups of tourists from around the world. Apart natural wealth you will enjoy cultural heritage of local community.

What to see in Białowieża:

•  palace park
•  Nature and Forest Museum
•  European Bison Show Reserve
•  Royal Oaks Trial
•  Strictly Protected Area
•  Open-Air Museum of Wooden Architecture of Ruthenian people of Podlasie.

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