In the Grande Cariçaie, some places are known by specialists to be often visited by beavers. Why not follow their trail for a night out?
With their eyes fixed on the marshes and accompanied by a biologist, the observers go to the places appreciated by beavers, hoping to meet one along the way.
With a flashlight in hand, night visitors arm themselves with patience and calm in the hope of seeing the biggest native rodent in Europe.
|Children (12-16)||5.- CHF|
|Children under 12 years old||0.00|
Without any guarantee of wildlife observation
Accompaniment by a biologist
Departure: 20h30 from the Denner parking in Gletterens, return to the same place
Take a flashlight or headlamp Maximum 25 people
Parking: free parking spaces at your disposal
Accessible by public transport: not in the evening
Accessible by car: yes