Belarus: Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park

Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park protects the last remaining primeval forest on the European continent – it’s a vast tract of land that for the most part has never been logged and where the European bison still roams free. Only a small portion of the national park is open to visitors, with the rest being completely off limits to preserve the nature as it was hundreds of years ago. Exploring by bike is the best way, and spring is the perfect season when the forest explodes with every hue of green. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site.