Nature

Why not visit Lake Hancza, Poland deepest lake? Hancza has a steep-sloping bed that is punctuated by small caverns, is almost 110 metres deep and contains crystal-clear, well-oxidized water that is inhabited by rare species of fish. In a word, the ideal place for underwater exploration.
National parks are created in areas of specific outstanding natural value, in order to preserve the biodiversity, resources, formations and elements of inanimate nature and landscape values, to restore the proper state of the resources and natural elements and reconstruct any distorted natural habitats and also the habitats of plants, animals or fungi. The main objective of a national park is the conservation of nature which includes the protection of the environment and the specific characteristics of the landscape of each region within its territory in accordance with the "Laws for the Protection of Nature" which can be characterised by specific natural, scientific, social, cultural and educational qualities. It must also meet its territorial requirements, namely its area should not be less than 1000 hectares and the whole region must be protected. National Parks can only be visited with a guide and along carefully designated trails. These tours are usually paid.
Nature-watching is not difficult when you come to Poland. All you need is the right clothes, good footwear, Wellington boots or some other rubber-soled shoes, and a pair of binoculars. In some National Parks, you will also require a local guide.
The oldest mountain formations in Poland are the Pieprzowe Mountains near Sandomierz, estimated to be about 500 million years old. The Sowie Mountains, on the other hand, are made from the oldest rock material which dates back to the time when the liquefied lava on the surface of our planet began to cool, forming the earth's crust. This happened roughly about 4.5 billion years ago.

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