The Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve belongs to the specially protected natural sites of the Republic of Belarus. Here the degree of protection it is even higher than in the famous national park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". However, a small part of the reserve is still open for tourists.
In the reserve you can see not only the famous Belarusian bisons, but also bears, elks, wolves, lynxes. One third of the entire population of the brown bear, existing in Republic, inhabits in the Berezinsky Reserve! In order to look closer at the forest inhabitants, a modern spacious zoo forest was created, and the animals feel themselves very comfortable here.
By ordering a tour to the Berezinsky Nature Reserve, you may visit a magnificent museum of nature located on its territory, which is one of the best nature museums of Belarus. Thanks to interesting exhibits you may familiarize with the diversity of animal and plant world of the reserve. Many animals living in the reserve are listed in the Red Book of Belarus. The area of the museum is 400 square meters.
Also you will have the opportunity to walk along the ecological forest path, having around 3 kilometers. During this small trip you will familiarize with the enchanting flora of the reserve, as well as learn interesting stories and impressive facts about the natural world. By climbing on the 15-meter tower, you may see a magnificent panorama of the raised bog.
The Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve stills magnificent at any season of the year, and invites you to relax away from the city bustle.
about 8 hours (the length of the route is 270 km)
Private professional guide
Excursion service in the Berezinsky Reserve
Entrance tickets to the Nature Museum and Forest Zoo (3$ per person)
Entrance tickets to Stalin Line (adults $ 5, students and students $ 2.5, children under 6 years free of charge)
At your hotel or any other location in Minsk