By the fall of 2021, a new tourist route for kayaking on the Mukhavets River will appear in the Brest region.
During the trip, tourists will visit four districts: Brest, Zhabinsky, Drogichinsky and Kobrin. The length of the tour route is 100 kilometers.
The starting point is the village of Belin in the Drogichin region. A kayak tourism and rental center has already been built in the village. Here tourists will be offered to rent all the necessary things: from kayaks and tents to binoculars. Those who prefer a more relaxed vacation can ride along the Mukhavets on a multi-seater catamaran.
In the village of Selishche, which is also located in the Drogichin region, a 20-meter tower is being erected. From the hill, you can admire a beautiful view of the surrounding area, including the Zvanets reserve.
Despite the fact that the route is designed for 100 kilometers, tourists will be able to choose a shorter variant. For example, they will be able to swim only from Belin village to Selishche ( approximately 15 kilometers long), then go ashore, relax, see the sights, visit the nearby estates and then move on. Special parking for these purposes will be arranged by the river.