Glamping to appear in the national park "Losiny Ostrov"

Glamping to appear in the national park "Losiny Ostrov"

The press service of the national park "Losiny Ostrov" reported that in December, a new year-round recreation area with glamping will be open not far from popular routes for visitors. Warm guest houses and safari tents are located in the recreational area of the Moose Biostation.

Camping accommodation will allow you to attend all the activities at the biostation. In winter, guests will be able to admire wild animals on feeding grounds and ski, in summer to travel by kayak and electric boat on the Mytishchi floodplains.

The press service noted that such an object is opening for the first time in the national park.
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