Poleski National Park was created in 1990 in Lubelskie region to protect numerous bogs, marshlands, karst lakes and natural forests with their fauna and flora. Currently the park area is 9 763 hectares and it is mainly a boggy flatland. The symbol of the park is a crane. We find here mainly marshland plants, all together about 1 000 species of vascular plants. Among fauna of the park we find 290 rare species. We can also meet 21 fish species, 13 amphibians, 200 birds and 48 mammals. It is one of the richest in birds area of Poland. Tourists can use 78 km of paths in the park and 2 educational centers in Stary Załucz and Urszulin. Poleski National Park is a perfect place for all tourists that value natural environment, peace and quiet or love bird watching.
Please note that ITS-Poland works with groups only (10 participants and more).