There is a unique nature in Belarus. The oldest forest in Europe is situated in Belarus (the National Park of Belavezhskaya Puscha). 60 % of the Aquatic-worbler population (Acrocephalus-paludicola) is in Belarus more info
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|| «Open Doors’ Day» on Belarusian Farmsteads was a great success!
This time country homestays open their doors to hundreds of tourists, showed their houses, described the services offered, attractions around their B&Bs and of course offered something special to taste. The action involved local tourism administration, craftsmen, folklore groups. more info
The term ‘quest’ is now familiar to homestay owners
In the beginning of May Vidomlya rural settlement hosted an unusual training . The participants got acquainted with an innovative and quiet popular tourist product – questing. Quests are a sort of educational and informative getting one's bearings. After theoretical introduction training participants implemented their knowledge on practical experience: while walking around Vidomlya they defined the key points for a quest, tips and hints, directions. One can say that at the end of the day Vidomlya dwellers already had the first version of quest. more info
«Open Doors’ Day» on Belarusian Farmsteads was a great success!
On the 20th of May 2012 national action«Open Doors’ Day» on Belarusian Farmsteads took place all over Belarus. The action was
initiated by the Belarusian Agro- and Ecotourism Association “Country Escape” and was supported by the Ministry of sports and tourism of Belarus. More than 300 farmsteads open their doors for guests, and each owner prepared some particular surprise. For example Kopyl region offered visitors a weaving contest “A Milky Way from Grandma’s hands”. The farmstead “Shabli” organized an eco-cleaning initiative in the neighborhoods. The hostess of “Damelka” farmstead proposed tourists to participate in florist design workshop. The action attracted the attention of both media and tourists and promoted Belarusian rural tourism in general. Every visitor couldn’t stay indifferent towards Belarusian hospitality! We are sure that ‘Open Doors’ Day’ would become a good tradition and would be held annually.