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Wild life watching in Poland – GUIDED TRIPS

Discover the wild nature of Poland – birdwatching and wild life watching trips

Welcome to Wild River!

Join us on our unique expeditions – birdwatching and wild life watching photo-trips in Polish forests and by Polish rivers is our specialty. We provide unforgettable experiences related to discovering the wild nature of Poland, observing wild animals, and capturing them in photos. Our expeditions are professionally planned to provide you with unforgettable emotions and impressions.

You will hike along paths leading through dense forests, listen to the singing of birds, and look for traces of wild animals. During the expedition, you can encounter species such as bison, moose, deer, roe deer, wild boars, and with a bit of luck – wolves or lynx, as well as rare birds such as cranes, herons, buzzards, ospreys, white-tailed eagles, and many others. Our experience in observing wildlife will allow you to get to know the fascinating world of animals and birds in their natural environment.

During our trips, you will also have the opportunity to admire Polish rivers, which are home to many species of birds. Birdwatching in Poland can impress all nature lovers! You can observe various water birds such as swans, cormorants, herons, coots, and kingfishers, which attract attention with their unusual beauty and behavior. You can capture their beauty and enchanting moments in photos that you will remember for a lifetime.

Our expeditions are adapted to different skill levels, both for beginners and advanced nature and photography enthusiasts. Our knowledge and experience will allow you to develop your skills in nature photography. In addition to unforgettable adventures and emotions, our expeditions also allow for learning and understanding the functioning of the ecosystems of wild nature in Poland. Our guides will provide you with fascinating information about unique species of animals and birds, their behavior, role in the ecosystem, and challenges related to their protection.

We also support sustainable tourism, respecting the principles of ecotourism. We take care to minimize the impact on the natural environment, observing the principles of nature protection, such as not disturbing wild animals and birds in their natural environment and leaving minimal traces in the terrain. Our expeditions are also an opportunity to promote the local community – we cooperate with local guides, use local services and products, which allows us to support the local economy.

We invite you to join us on an unforgettable adventure during which you will discover the wild nature of Poland in a unique and authentic way. Our wild life and bird watching and photography are not only an opportunity to admire and capture the beauty of nature, but also a chance to develop your interests, learn, and have inspiring experiences in the wild nature of Poland. Join us and enjoy unforgettable moments in the company of wild animals and birds in one of the most beautiful corners of Poland.

Our trips:

European bison safari

Bialowieża Forest 

Bison watching and photography in their natural habitat

Elk from the swamps

Biebrza river & marshes

Watching elks and many other animals in the area of Biebrza river and its swamps and marshes

Wisla river birdwatching

Wisła (Vistula) river

Wisla and/or Narew river boat trip. Bird-watching of multiple species of water birds and animals – right next to you!

Warsaw wildboars

Warsaw suburbans Evening photo and watching tour – wild boars feeding on meadows and fields on Warsaw outskirts and suburbans

Our offer

We invite you to take advantage of our offer, which includes, among others:

    1. Professional guidance in both Polish and English languages.
    2. 4×4 car expeditions, hiking, and boat safaris – depending on the type of safari and clients’ preferences.
    3. Comfortable transportation from Warsaw to the starting point of the trip
    4. Full flexibility in choosing the location, time, and method of organizing the safari.
    5. Expert knowledge of our team about the forest, river, and its inhabitants – animals and birds.
    6. Observing and photographing wild animals and birds.
    7. Identifying birds and animals’ tracks encountered on the trail.