The Forest Therapy Center is located at an altitude of 760 meters in Zawoja, Poland, 5 kilometers above the village at the foot of the majestic Polica Mountain , which rises an impressive 1368 meters in height. Zawoja is embedded in a picturesque mountain landscape characterized by forests, mountains and rivers. Nature lovers and adventure vacationers appreciate the diverse outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking , skiing and climbing in this region.


Zawoja’s tourist infrastructure is well developed and offers a variety of accommodation options, including hotels, guesthouses and holiday homes. Restaurants, cafés and shops also ensure that visitors feel completely at home here. In addition, events and festivals are regularly organized, offering insights into local culture and traditional activities.


Zawoja borders on the Babia Gora National Park, known for the excellent quality of its forest. This area is home to one of the best-preserved forests in Poland, consisting mainly of old stands of beech and fir trees with a diverse range of flora and fauna. The national park aims to protect the natural beauty and biodiversity of the forest, with ongoing monitoring and measures to maintain forest health and promote sustainable management.


The Babia Gora National Park covers an area of approximately 33 square kilometers and includes the peak of Babia Gora , which reaches a height of 1,725 meters above sea level. One of Poland’s oldest national parks, it was founded in 1954 and is known for its diverse flora and fauna, including over 1,000 plant species and various animal species such as the golden eagle, lynx, brown bear and wolf.


Visitors to Babia Gora National Parks have the opportunity to explore the impressive landscape of the Beskids and discover the unique flora and fauna of this region.