The first inclusive ecological path in Belarus was was opened in the Nalibokskaya Pushcha

The ecological path "Belokorets" was opened within the framework of the project "Volozhin without barriers". Now people of special needs, grown people and mothers with newborn children can walk along the Pushcha.

During the route there are benches, nine interactive stands, six tactile trail maps, tactile animal birds and tracks models, three accessible pavilions and a bio-toilet - tha trail lasts 1,300 meters.

The trail ends on the shore of Isloch river. Tourists can relax in a large wooden tent, learn how to brew a spetial tea from the herbs of Nalibokskaya Pushcha and what fish can be found found in Isloch.

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