Through the national parks at the border of Slovakia and Poland

Self Guided Walking
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 The trip starts in Zywiecki Beskid - the second highest mountains, in the Polish part of the Carpathians. The highest peak here is Babia Gora (1725m), which together with the Babiogorski National Park created here UNESCO biosphere reserve and provide tourists with an unforgettable experience. Then you go to central and highest part of Carpathian Mountains – The Tatras – the most beautiful and favourite among the walking routes in the country. Part of the trip covers routes in Slovakian part of the Tatra Mountains.

Tour highlights:
♦ Babia Gora National Park
♦ Bielskie Tatra Mountains in Slovakia
♦ Zakopane


Day 1: Arrival to Kraków
After arrival in Krakow you will have a chance to take a guided tour of the city including :Krakow Old Town, Royal Castle Hill, Jewish Quarter. Overnight stay in Krakow.

Day 2: Zawoja
Drive to Krowiarki Pass. Walk to Babia Gora. Stretching for 10 km with the highest peak of Zywiecki Beskid range. Overnight in Zawoja.

Distance: 16 km , 4 to 6 hours walk, + 1045m/ - 1445m

Day 3: Chocholowska Valley
Drive to Siwa Polana in Chocholowska Valley.Walk to Koscielisko through famous and beautiful Chocholowska and Koscieliska Valleys in the Tatra National Park. Overnight in Koscielisko.

Distance: 20 km, 4 to 7 hours walk, + 1055 m. / - 1030 m.

Day 4: Zakopane
Walk to Zakopane through Malej Laki Valley and Kondracka Pass. It is recommend that guests take nice and quiet walk from the charming Strązyska Valley to the picturesque Siklawica waterfall at the foot of Giewont Mountain. Overnight in Zakopane.

Distance:13.5 km,  4 to 7 hours walk, + 700 m /- 790 m 

Day 5: Five Lakes Valley
Walk to Gasienicowa Valley. The Valley is also called the Gasienicowe Lakes Valley - over 21 lakes are located in the in the magnificent Tatras.Overnight in Zakopane.

Distance: 18 km , 4 to 7 hours walk , +890 m / - 895 m 

Day 6: Zdiar
Drive to Javorina, Slovakia.Walk to Zdiar, where a new, very scenic attraction in Slovakia was built, the “wooden path in the treetops”.Overnight in Zdiar.

Distance:17 km ,  4 to 7 hours walk , + 975 m / - 1115 m 

Day 7: Bielskie Tatras
The Bielskie Tatras are made of a different kind of rocks than the High and Western Tatras, mainly from light limestones. You can take short walk i.e. to Makowa Valley.Afternoon drive to Krakow.

Distance: 5 km,  1 to 3 hours walk, + 200 m/ -65 m  

Day 8: End of the tour
Morning transfer to the Krakow airport . End of sevices.

Price Includes:
Accommodation with breakfast in hotels - 7 nights
Detailed travel notes
GPX files and route files for mobile GPS apps
Private car transport according to itinerary
Luggage transport between hotels
Introductory meeting with representative at the beginning of the trip
24h emergency phone in English

Not Included:
Meals and drinks not mentioned
International flights
Travel insurance
Personal expenses
Anything not specifically mentioned as included
airport transfers

Extra Services:
Airport transfer 40 EUR - transfer up to 4pax
Guided visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau museum before or after the tour– 65 EUR
Guided visit to UNESCO Wieliczka Salt Mine near Krakow before or after the tour – 65 EUR