Have you ever visited the Ignalina region, with its one of the most important objects for Lithuania – the Nuclear Power Plant, and heard the story of its origins and existence? The Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (Ignalina NPP) is the only nuclear power plant in the Baltic States that was part of the Lithuanian power system, had the world’s largest reactors, and is listed in the Guinness Book of Records. We will go to the Paukščiai village to see the diversity of its fauna and more! We will enjoy locally produced scrambled eggs and warm up with a cup of tea!
In the morning, we leave for Ignalina. You won’t be bored during the trip, as we will participate in the Brain Battle “Did you know that…?” Upon arrival at the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant, where we will have a chance to see the grandeur of buildings untouched by time from the outside and also from the inside: watch live view from different halls, educational videos on the history of the NPP, its construction, operational phases and radiation. Virtual reality goggles will be used to present the stages of spent fuel management.
We then head to Paukščiai village, where we will have a great time. This is a place in the picturesque Aukštaitija National Park, where you can see more birds than ever (even those of African descent!), hear more of their “voices” than you have ever heard, and get to know the winged birds of the Birds Village.
In addition, we will see the new poultry egg exhibition. We will enjoy scrambled eggs from various birds in a huge pan over a campfire and freshly brewed fragrant herbal tea. We return home full of unforgettable impressions.
The cost is EUR 31.00 per person. The price includes:
• Bus trip;
• Tour guide services;
• Excursions and entertainment programme.
Not included in the tour price:
• Personal expenses;
• Education and lunch Paukščiai Village – EUR 18.00.
Note. The organiser reserves the right to make minor changes to the tour programme and its course due to unplanned temporary restoration works, weather conditions and other reasonable obstacles. The tour guide does not give tours at paid sites.