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02-306 Warsaw, Poland
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The Tatra mountains

The Polish part of the Tatras was formally declared a national park in 1955. The lower and middle parts of the range are cloaked in forest. Beechs, which were traditional in this area, are now rarer, being superceded by larches, and above all spruces. These continue to grow beyond 1250 metres, along with stone pines, and it is in this area that wildlife is at its richest. Deer, wild boar, lynx, wolves and bears are to be found, as well as a great variety of birds and the Apollo butterfly. Higher up, in the rockier areas, live the chamois and the alpine marmot and vole. The golden eagle is now very rare. However, as country dwellers know, it is quite likely that you won't see any mammals at all, as they are shy of humanfolk. In this case you may have to make to do with the slightly surreal stuffed collection in the Tatra Museum.
 
 

1st Day

  • Arrival at Krakow Balice Airport; transfer to Zakopane
  • Check-in at a 3* hotel in Zakopane
  • Overnight

2nd – 7th Day

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • After breakfast meeting with the guide; a walk in the town
  • 6 days walking in the National Park accompanied by a Polish National Guide
  • Optional: farewell diner at a local restaurant
  • Overnight

8th Day

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer to Slovakia
  • Check-in at a 3* hotel in Tatrzanska Lomnica
  • Overnight

  9th –  14th Day

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • After breakfast meeting with the guide; a walk in the surrounding mountains
  • 6 days walking in the National Park accompanied by a Slovakian National Guide
  • Optional: farewell diner at a local restaurant
  • Overnight

  15th Day

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer to Krakow Balice airport
 

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