A trip on the wildside
Have a taste of what is one of Europe's wildlife hot spots. The countryside about a 90 minute drive from the port is home to an abundance of fauna, flora and birdlife.
The beautiful Grey Wolf is making a comeback and is recently spotted in and around Gdansk's city limits.
We will go to the mouth of the river Nogat home to among many others , Poland's biggest, smallest and fastest birds.
As with Mother Nature , every good hunter knows , it depends on the season, weather, time and luck as to what you may shoot. We will be shooting with our cameras though!
So because of the nature of the trip , it would be unreasonable of me to give gurantees of sightings but, it would be a first to be unsatisified with what's on offer.
A private trip for three people to a nature reserve at the mouth of the slow flowing Nogat, in the Vistula Delta on the shores of the Vistula Lagoon and after that a trip to densely forested Elbląg Landscape Highland Park home to wolves, lynx, elk, moose , sikka deer, beevers and lots more
Pick up in Gdansk \Gydnia and 90 minute drive to nature reserve at the mouth of the river Nogat across the charming Vistula Delta
From there a 30 minute drive to the densely forested Elbląg Highland Park .
A break for a bite to eat.
Drive back to drop off point
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We will meet where we agree on beforehand,port, hotel ect.I will pick you up.
End location: I will drop you off anywhere you want in the Tricity and recommend some ways of spending time there.
Duration: 8 hours
A 5 year old Kia Ceed ,air conditioned.
Transportation, a fluent, English-speaking, experienced registered guide with indepth knowledge of the area.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 Zloty - If you fancy a break for something to eat and drink,like venison goulash and local beverages
Options to focus more on other areas of local life , history and culture if the weather is really unfavourable.
Lunch and beverages.
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