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The main attraction of the Kamanai Reserve is the Kamanos bog. But how can you traverse the bog?It turns out there's an educational trail (also adapted for wheelchair users) about 4 kilometres long. The reserve (and the trail) can only be visited with a certified guide due to the status of the reserve.

The main attraction of the Kamanai Reserve is the Kamanos bog. But how can you traverse the bog?It turns out there's an educational trail (also adapted for wheelchair users) about 4 kilometres long. The reserve (and the trail) can only be visited with a certified guide due to the status of the reserve. A guided walk lasts about 3 hours, during which you’ll get to observe how the dense mixed forest merges into the bog. The bog is surrounded by low, curved, age-old pines that reveal sparkling bog "lakes"; a landscape more reminiscent of the northern tundra than a typical Lithuanian scenery. Here you can see the lynx, wolf, black grouse, the largest triturus in Europe, and there are even 46 protected bird species!

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