Belovezhskaya Pushcha is in the top 25 places according to National Geographic
The popular magazine National Geographic has chosen 25 the last untouched, truly wild corners of the world. Among the attractions where experts advise travellers to go in 2020, Belovezhskaya Pushcha is mentioned. In the article, autumn is called the best time to visit the national park: the dense forest is especially beautiful in September and October.
In addition to this Belarusian attraction, the Kalahari desert, forests in the Japanese province of Tohoku, the mountain province of Guizhou in China, Abu Simbel in Egypt and many other locations were listed in the top.
Short reference: Belovezhskaya Pushcha is a pearl of Belarusian nature and the whole Europe. This is an ancient forest, where the population of bison has been restored, which are now settled in all other national parks of our country. And here lives Belarusian Grandfather Frost, whom you can easily visit with the help of VETLIVA.