Belarus is a true gem for cultural explorers and adventure lovers. For many travellers this still undiscovered and fascinating country would be the last European country to explore. Belarus is a land filled with primeval woodlands and pristine lakes, rural settings, the historical heritage of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and Soviet cities like the capital Minsk. Many of our round trips combine visits to Lithuania and Poland with Belarus.
Some 40% of the national territory is forested. Bears, boars and powerful European bison all roam the countryside. It is also a home to more than 2800 lakes and many of them are protected as part of the Brasav Lakes National Park.
The green and rural countryside makes Belarus an excellent destination for special interest tours such as animal watching, agricultural, cycling and trekking.