Bird lovers aboard the Vistula Cruises
On 8.10.2008 Tomasz Kłosowski, an outstanding Polish wildlife photographer, hosted the TV program "Dzika Polska" (TVP Polonia) on a cruise on the Vistula Vistula from Warsaw to Zakroczym. The goal of this expedition was Zakole Zakroczymskie reserve, abounding in many rare bird species. Tomasz Kłosowski was accompanied by an operator with a camera who captured many impressive shots of the Vistula river, especially the islets and cliffs that characterize the course of the queen of Polish rivers. On the route of this section Warszawa-Zakroczym is also one of the largest reserves of Kashpiński Ławice with an area of 803 ha, the refuge of many rarest species of birds, including tundra and gull colonies. These materials will be used for the next episode of "Wild Polish".
On 11-12 October, a group of Polish journalists specializing in the topic of tourism and travel was on board the Vistula River. Their conductor and organizer of the whole trip was a well known waterman, Mirosław Czerny, who is the program director of the PTTK Water Tourism Center, author of many articles and guides on Polish waterways. The vast majority of participants of this one-day Warsaw-Modlin cruise, although traveling a lot in Poland and the world, was impressed by the Vistula River - thanks to the fact that the weather was good and served a number of views from the cycle "Polish gold autumn". Point of the whole day trip was the hospitable Brama Ostrołęcka in the Modlin Fortress - yet recently deserted, and now the restaurant with interesting decor and original menu.