Wild Area’s in NE Hungary
Farm lator is ideally situated centrally between all the important NP’s in the region. In geographical terms, Farm Lator lies exactly at the transition of the Carpathians and the Great Plains, which guarentees a large variety of landscapes/habitats.
- The Carpathian Basin
The transition of Carpathians and the Pannonian Plain is naturally very diverse in landscapes and habitats.
- Bükk National Park
The Bukk hills are the most diverse mountain system in Hungary, with high butterfly abundancies, a unique flora and some sought after bird species.
- Aggtelek National Park
Aggtelek is the best butterfly area in Central Europe with key populations of globally endangered species.
- Zemplén Protected Landscape
The Zemplen hills support a large raptor population
- Hortobágy National Park
The steppes in the Hortobagy attract bird-, insect- and plantspecies that can otherwise only be found much further to the east in Asia, such as Red-footed Falcon, Saker Falcon, Eastern Imperial Eagle etc.
- Little Hortobágy (Borsodi Mezőség)
Imagine observing a group of Great Bustards and at the same moment being caught in a snowstorm of Black-veined White butterflies.
- River Tisza and Floodplains
With its gallery forest, oxbows, marshes, grasslands, sedges and willowgroves, you’ll get an idea of how comparable riversystems in Western Europe must have looked like a while ago.
From here you can Read More about the Wild Area’s in NE Hungary by navigating with the menu on the right side of this page, but you can also watch the video below, which (together with the other video’s on this website) gives a more lively impression of what you can experience being our guest.