Narew National Park is a National Park in Podlaskie Voivodeship , north-eastern Poland, traversed by the Narew River. The total area of the Park is 73.5 square kilometers (28.4 sq mi), of which only 20.57 km² is state-owned. Narew National Park was created in 1996. The park covers the Upper Narew Valley, a swampy area between the towns of Su raz and Rzedz iany . Around 90% of Park’s area are either swamps or waters with the Narew as the main river but also numerous smaller rivers . Cultural attractions of the Park are mostly represented by buildings such as numerous traditional village huts, ancient crosses by the roads and windmills. One of the Park’s attractions is a private archaeological museum
Polish “Amazonia” Sometimes called the Polish Amazon , the Narew National Park is another nature reserve that protects the upper river course crisscrossed by channels and forming a constellation of swampy islets. Aquatic and meadow wildlife is very rich, but the greatest attraction of the park is its avifauna, well-represented by numerous species of water and mud birds. River Narew is available for kayakers and trips are organized along its upper course. Very popular with tourists are bus tours and biking rides along the circular trail of the park.