The route passes through two unique spots in the Podlasie region – by the Biebrza Valley – the only in Europe – wide river that has retained so much of its natural character of the Knyszynska Forest and – larger than the Bialowieza Forest (in Polish area) the forestry complex in our country. It is also an expedition for the cultural and religious diversity of the Podlasie – from a very Catholic town on the Biebrza, by Orthodox villages and towns on Sokólska Hights till the Tatar rule a minority living in the eastern part of the Puszcza Knyszynska.
Arrival to Wizna, evening dinner. There is possibility to go for boat trip to see Beavers.
Wizna – Woźnawieś: the route begins in Wizna and runs West, high banks of the river Biebrza. With a few points, you can admire the panorama of the Valley of the River, vast, extending for several kilometers the marshes with their most noticeable richness – thousands of birds for which the Biebrza Valley is one of the most important breeding sites in Europe. Often you can also noted grazing Elk. The next route, after crossing the borders of the lower basin – leads through the mineral, which charted new skies in the river for thousands of years. End of the line in the vicinity of the Woźnawieś on the river Jegrznią is one of the tributaries of the Biebrza.
Woźnawieś – Goniądz: Trip alongside Middle basin River. Middle basin, located between the Sztabin and the Osowiec fortress, a vast, swampy and flat area covered with a thick layer of peat. The river flows closer to the South bank of basin, created by the hights – where are located some villages – the largest of them is Goniądz where we finished the day. Central basin length is 30 km, width reaches 20 km; the length of the river 52 km, width ranges from 15 to 50 meters. In this area you can see places of former river regulation.
Goniądz-Supraśl: the route passes through diverse, the agricultural landscape of the Sokólska height roughly along the river Nereśl. Many charming places, fields, cutted by balks, trees, delightfully located small towns and villages. A route very varied.
Supraśl-Kruszyniany: the route passes through the central or northern parts of the Puszcza Knyszynska. The first variant carries the main road local number 676 – Supraśl – Krynki – it is a picturesque, cutting through the Wilderness road at relatively small circular motion and excellent quality asphalt road; the second option (longer – alternative route) passes through the northern part of the Knyszynska Forest and villages located in forest. Both routes meet in Krynki – and continue by a picturesque path to Kruszyniany. Along the way (in both cases) you can visit the arboretum in the Kopna Góra. When choosing the base route you can also visit the aviaries with animals in Poczopek. The route ends in Kruszyniany – the capital of Polish Tatars.
Kruszyniany – Supraśl: route cutting through the southern part of Knyszynska Forest. The route leads through the picturesque forest roads, villages and small settlements. There is a possibility, with some luck, to meet the animals living in the forest – maybe even Lynx or Wolf. The asphalt surface, but sometimes gravel on forest paths. In the villages you will come across the pavement. The route ends in Supraśl.
Supraśl – Tykocin: the route runs first through the forest then along the Supraśl River then Narew to Tykocin. The route passes through picturesque villages Supraśl and then an extensive valley of the Narew River. Complete the route in Tykocin.
Tykocin – Wizna: last day of drive – route runs through the valley of the Narew by “Grądy Woniecko”. The original, flat, with many occurring there birds route ends in Wizna.
Wizna – Departure after breakfast.