We've set the dates for this trip to offer us the best possibility of seeing wolves in the wild, but spotting these intelligent and timid predators can be tough and the probability of seeing them is between 12-18% per safari.
During September to April it's also possible to see bison (30%), elk (30%), red deer (80%), roe deer (100%), beaver (50%), capercaillie (50%), black grouse (30%), hazel grouse (80%), golden eagle (10%) and white-tailed eagle (10%).
During June to August it's also possible to see bison (5%), elk (20%), red deer (40%), roe deer (100%), beaver (40%), black stork (20%), white stork (100%) and many other interesting bird species including various birds of prey.
The percentage of sightings shown above have been supplied by the guides at the Naust Eco Station and are the average percentage sighting per safari taken.
Why book this trip
What better way is there to spend a long weekend than exploring the remarkable city of Minsk and tracking wild wolves through the forest? What's more it's visa free! Normally a visa is required to visit Belarus but currently visitors from the UK, USA, Australia and more, can travel to Minsk International Airport for up to five days without the need for a visa, so it's never been cheaper or easier to discover Belarus. See the Visa Information section of our trip notes for further details.