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Tours in Belarus starting from $4,568

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Belarus Tours

The official name of Belarus is the “Republic of Belarus” and the people are called Belarusians.

The name Belarus means “White Russia.”

Since 1996, Belarus and Russia has been discussing the possibility of merging into a single state.

There are 31 banks in Belarus - 30 of which are owned by the government while only one is privately owned.

Agriculture and manufacturing industries are the main drivers of Belarusian economy. 

The literacy rate in Belarus is 99%.

Why go on a Belarus tour?

Resting at the edge of the European region, going on a tour to Belarus will offer travellers a unique opportunity to venture with almost no advertising, litter, or graffiti. And in spite of rumours about Belarus being just a rundown and poorer version of Russia, Belarus is, a matter of fact, a land of earthy humour, friendly people, and charming parks and monuments. 

The capital and biggest city of Belarus, Minsk provides sightseers with an attractive, clean, and a cozy setting for visitors to hangout and relax. Art enthusiasts will fall in love with Vitebsk, which is located in eastern Belarus as it is home to painter, Marc Chagall, an early modernist who created works in virtually every artistic medium. The oldest town in Belarus, known as Polotsk, is also a must-see as it features interesting architecture after being rebuilt and modified between the eleventh and eighteenth centuries. Additionally, the country offers two exceptional national parks that are worth visiting: Zoobr, European’s largest mammal, can be seen at Belavezhskaya Pushcha National Park, while Pripyatsky National Park offers is a great site for tourists interested in bird-watching.

When is the best time to travel?

The months of June and July are the best time to go on a Belarus tour. Temperatures at this time do not rise about 25 C, making these months ideal for a vacation. The climate in Belarus is typically temperate, which means that mercury in winter drops well past zero while summer months soar only as far as the high 10s.  

Begin your journey by speaking with a tripcentral.ca travel agent who’s actually been on a Belarus tour. They can help you hand-pick the perfect tour with your desired accommodations alongside the best prices.