Slowinski National Park was formed to preserve the beauty of the Polish seaside eco-system; the unchanged sea lakes, swamps, forests, and especially the unique moving dunes. See the only 'desert' in Poland - the landscape so similar to Sahara that it was used by the German army during WWII as an experimental polygon for the Africa Corps.
The park’s entrance gate is located 8km from the shifting dunes. After arrival, you will be transported by an electric car to the Dunes. Admire the landscape and find out about all the flora and fauna preserved by the Park. Climb the Lacka Dune which is 42 m high and enjoy the view of the infinite sandy landscape.
In the end, take a cruise boat on the Leba lake to return to the minibus. If you want to visit also the town of Leba on the coast of the Baltic Sea, ask your guide for a quick tour.