CUSTOMIZED TOURS TO POLAND AND BALTIC
Polska Organizacja Turystyczna
American Society of Travel Agents
RDA International Coach Tourism Federation e.V.
Polska Izba Turystyki
Jeep tour adventure in Polish National Parks. 7 days trip

jeep Highlights of the trip:

•  off road in Masurian landwilderness in National Parks •qualified tour guides journey close to people and nature • Red Marsh Reserve Augustow Canal •Wolf's Lair Warsaw - Polish capital city

Services included in price:

  •  6 x accommodation in good class hotels, all rooms with bath/WC or shower/WC
  • Full board (6 x breakfast, 6 x dinner, 7 x lunch - in various forms and with many polish specialties)
  • jeep rental: Landrover Freelander with air condion (without fuel),
  • Breakdown assistance
  • Motoroads tour guide
  • Prepaid road taxes
  • VAT - local taxes
  • Vehicle Insurance
  • qualified guides and entrance fees to the National Parks and Nature Reserves
  • local guides where necessary: Białowieża, Wolf's Lair, the Red Marsh Reserve, Biebrza national Park, Warsaw
  • entrance fees: synagogues in Tykocin, Grabarka, Hajnowka, Bison Reserve in Białowieża, Augustow Canal, kayaking or canoeing on Krutynia River, Wolf's Lair, organ concert in Holy Lime Tree, Warsaw - the Royal Castle (outside), Lazienki Park

 

Itinerary:

Day 1. In the morning arrival to Warsaw. Ride to Tykocin, visit in 17th century synagogue with Jewish museum. Overnight.

Day 2. Sightseeing the region of Jewish culture and tradition - Jedwabne, Hajnowka, Grabarka. Ride to Bialowieza for overnight.

Day 3. Sightseeing of Biebrza National Park - Europe's most extensive natural bog area. Home for innumerable amount of birds using the riverside as their home. Walk through the nature trail to the view tower, observation of the beaver and deer. Overnight in Augustow.

Day 4. Ride to the Red Marsh Reserve - a habitat of polish elks. A hike in gumboot or with bare feet through the marshes with the guidance on the qualified leader. A ride near the Augustów Canal - a remarkable achievement of 19th century hydraulic engineering. Overnight in Mikolajki.

Day 5. Excursion to the Pisz Forest, kayaking cruise on the river Krutynia, dinner at the open air, with the specialties of fishes from Polish lakes. Return to Mikolajki for overnight.

Day 6. Sightseeing of the northern part of Masurian Region, visit in the Wolf's Lair in Ketrzyn - Hitler's headquarter through the Second World War, visit in Holy Lime Tree (Swieta Lipka). Sightseeing the St. Mary's Sanctuary - the biggest in Mazury region and participating in organ concert. Overnight in Mikolajki.

Day 7. In the morning ride to Warsaw, sightseeing of the polish capital - city center, the Royal Castle, Lazienki Park with Palace on the Water, departure.

 

 

 
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