Tatra National Park
The most Alpine of all Polish National Parks. It is among the world’s 30 recommended national parks according to CNN.
Karkonosze National Park
The Karkonosze are sometimes called miniature Alps. Mouflons, rarely found anywhere else in Poland live there in the wild.
Gorce National Park
Beautifully-located glades provide breathtaking views of the Tatra, Pieniny and Beskid mountain ranges.
Babia Góra National Park
The Babia Góra massif offers breathtaking views and outstanding ski pistes.
Pieniny National Park
The park offers one of the best rafting experiences in Europe, with steep mountains to climb and medieval castles to visit.
Bieszczady National Park
The expansive, gentle and still wild mountains provide shelter to bears, wolves and bison.
Stołowe Mountains National Park
Famed for its rock labrinths adorned with exceptional boulders in shapes representing animals and mushrooms.
Świętokrzyski National Park
The oldest Polish mountain range features traces of dinosaurs and a medieval abbey where the earliest Polish literature was created.
Ojców National Park
The Ojców National Park features amazing natural bridges, hundreds of caves and deep ravines.
Białowieża National Park
Protects last remaining fragment of Europe's primeval forest. Habitat of the world’s largest herd of European bison.
"Bory Tucholskie" National Park
Lost lakes and mysterious rock formations from nearly 2000 years ago are hidden among immense forests.
Kampinos National Park
Just outside the capital of Poland there is a park which holds Europe's largest inland dunes.
Wolin National Park
In the Wolin National Park, tourists can climb a cliff, watch bird migration or take part in the Slavs and Vikings Festival.
Słowiński National Park
The bright beaches of the Baltic Sea border here on the largest stretch of moving sand dunes in Europe and extensive swamps.
Biebrza National Park
Unspoilt by man, this marshland features the richest variety of bird species in our part of Europe.
Drawa National Park
You can find here such treasures as lakes hidden deep in forest and the Drawa River, which offers one of Poland’s best canoeing routes.
Wigry National Park
Unpolluted Wigry, one of the largest lakes in Poland, is surrounded by an immense primeval forest that stretches towards Lithuania and Belarus.
"Warta Mouth" National Park
It is worth visiting the Bird Republic to watch the rarest bird species.
Narew National Park
In the Narew National Park, one can stand at the bank of ‘the Polish Amazon’, namely the Narew River. Its greatest asset is the broad valley abounding with natural treasures.
Polesie National Park
The Polesie National Park includes primeval swamps, the most extensive meadows in Poland and the south-westernmost touch of tundra in Europe.