Primeval Forest


Global Adventure Projects has built an all inclusive itinerary, centered around the Bialowieza Forest and the Biebrza Marshes in Poland. Part of which is within the Białowieski National Park, designated an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

We have made this ourselves, without a silly cost attached, so that people can experience and nurture one of last remaining parts of the huge primeval forest that stretched across the entire Great European Plain.

It is home to over 800 wild European Bison, the continent’s largest land animal. Herds of Elk can be spotted on Biebzra Marshes and European beaver from a Biebzra river boat.


Explore all the incredible activities and wildlife spotting, while on this fantastic and responsible expedition across the last major preserved primeval forest of Europe.


Discover the fantastic itinerary we have prepared from two different locations, with all meals, transfers and full time local guides included.

We can alter this itinerary to almost any need; shorter, longer, more subject specific content matter, less educational content; whatever you want from your trip, just tell us and we’ll tailor it for you.

Day 1 - Arrival

Midday flight to Warsaw Airport. Meet and greet at WAR airport, followed by four hour private hire coach transport to your accommodation in the Bialowieza area, where you'll stay for 4 nights. Introduction to the area by a local guide, plus details of itinerary and activities.


Visit the Strict Protected Area of Białowieski National Park and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which includes the Man and the Biosphere Programme. Be guided through the different habitats of various mammals and birds.
Lunch provided in the park

Day 3 - Bison Safari

Bison Safari at dawn, including walks to track the animal in the different locations for the best lookout points.
Lunch provided in the park, followed by bird watching.

Day 4 - Eco-Systems

Whole day in the Bialowieza Forest, watching out for mammals and birds, while walking through the expansive forest, marshes, meadows and small rivers. Lunch provided in the forest.

Day 5 - Biebrza Marshlands

Check-out of accommodation and take private coach transfer 2.5 hours to the Biebrza Marshes in Podlaskie region.
Lunch by the marshes, followed by guided walk, looking for Elk and particular bird species.
Check-in to accommodation for 3 nights.

Day 6 - Wolf Tracking

Morning in the Biebrzański National Park and to the famous Red Bog Reserve area, tracking and trying to sight wolves.
Lunch will be provided in the park, followed by further wildlife spotting: bird, reptiles and smaller mammals.

Day 7 - Elk Safari & River Cruise

Early morning Elk safari on the vast Fens eco-system, followed by a marshland walk spotting different species of birds.
Lunch provided while out on location, followed by return to accommodation and time at leisure. After dinner in the accommodation, cruise on the Biebrza river looking for beavers.

Day 8 - Warsaw & Depart

Check out of accommodation, then three hour private coach transfer to Warsaw for traditional lunch in local restaurant. Guided tour of Warsaw is provided as your last activity before taking your flight home from Warsaw Airport.


Include an extra night and stop over at the end of your trip, in the centre of Warsaw to give yourself some additional time at leisure.



Stay in hotel type accommodation for the duration, based on two sharing in twin rooms with en-suite bathroom.


Breakfasts and dinners are provided, along with daily packed lunches (except when ‘not included’ below). Please let us know of any dietary requirements in advance so we can ensure you are adequately catered for.


• Return flights to Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW).
• Pre-departure support and documentation.
• Entrance fees to parks and nature reserves.
• Tours and full-time local guides provided while out in the parks and nature reserves.
• Private coach transport for the entire duration in-country.
• Accommodation for duration of stay.
• 24 hour in country support.
• 3 meals per day.*

*See ‘not included’

Not Included

• Personal travel insurance.
• Any vaccinations as recommended by your GP.
• Lunch on first day of travel. Dinner on evening of return.
• Soft drinks or snacks.
• Any additional activities outside of project itinerary.
• Transfers to/from UK airport – we can provide from your location, if requested


Get in touch with any questions you may have regarding our trip to Poland – leave your contact details below and we’ll be more than happy to help!

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