March: Month of Cave Tourism: 20% off standard adult tickets for the Baradla Cave Aggtelek Short Tour, Jósvafő Short Tour and Vörös-tó Intermediate Tour through the entire month of March. 50% off standard adult tickets for the Rákóczi and Imre Vass Cave tours during the week of March 23-29...
Ground squirrels are strictly protected in Hungary, and carry a 250000 Huf fine for killing one. The mammals breed only onc a year. Unlike other mammals that hibernate from the end of summer through the very end of winter, the male squirrels awake early and prepare their territory for their longer sleeping mates.
On January 31 and February 7, under the Winter Tours in Our National Parks Programme, you can take part in almost 20 tours across 10 national parks.
2015 Green-Go Short Film Contest Winners Announced
WWF Hungary together with Aggtelek National Park have launched a joint research project aimed at protecting Hungarian wolves. The two key players in domestic wolf conservation signed an agreement to combat the destruction of the wolves’ forest habitats, and calling attention to and stopping the illegal shooting of wolves. World champion boxer Zsolt Erdei stands behind this important conservation programme and has lent his face to the campaign.
We will hike among the Molyva Hills from Erdőbenye to Aranyospuszta, passing through the Aranyos Valley Nature Protection Area along the way. Many different types of woodpeckers may be spotted among the snow-clad trees as well as Hungary’s only protected owl species, the
December 30: New Years Gala 2014 with the Blue Danube Salon Concert Orchestra led by violinist Sándor Berki
Aggtelek National Park Open Hours During the December Holidays
CEEweb for Biodiversity is organising its 4th Green-Go short film contest.
Északerdő Zrt., the company managing the state forests, has reported a stable wolf presence in the Zemplén Nature Reserve. Recently, staff have repeatedly reported signs of wolves in the inner Zemplén area.
November 14: St. Martin’s Day Playhouse
November 12: Art Competition Awards Ceremony and Exhibition Opening (Ottó Herman Memorial Year Event)
If you join any two of our three most expensive daily cave tours (Vörös-tó Intermediate Baradla Cave Tour, Rákóczi Cave, Imre Vass) and pay using a SZÉP Card, you qualify for a discount on our Aggtelek or Jósvafő Baradla Cave Short Tours.
Lecture by Judit Bay, director of facilities for Edelény “Castle Island.” Following the lecture, Tamás Virág, president of the Edelény Hills Community Association, will present the Edelény-Császta Vineyards and host a wine tasting. A kid’s corner will be available for children during the event.
Presentations, handicrafts and environmental education programmes.
Discover the geologic resources and treasures in and around Telkibánya.
A lecture by Dr. Balázs Harrach and Dr. Mária Benkő, doctors from the Hungarian Academy of Science: “A Real ‘Hungarikum’ – Research on the Oldest Known Family of Viruses (animal adenoviridae).”
Aggtelek National Park is organising this exceptional event in honour of World Animal Day. The Shrine of St. Francis is located on the main road leading between the villages of Aggtelek and Jósvafő.This is Hungary’s only protected shrine to St. Francis, and was consecrated by the Hungarian Catholic Church’s Vicar of Eger.
4-5 person teams of students are welcome to register and help clean up Aggtelek National Park’s nature trails.
Arts and crafts related to autumn animals and the harvest.
When did the Devil plough around Aggtelek? Why haven’t the waters of Aggtelek Lake been drained by the cave?
Understanding science in interesting and exciting ways. This year, the event focuses on the work of Ottó Herman, a famous Hungarian zoologist, ethnographer and archaeologist.
Traditional Gömör foods and handicrafts at stands set up by various communities all day
Rutting Deer Tour at the Zemplén Nature Reserve
The Hucul Horse Races at Aggtelek National Park are a new type of modern competition specifically developed to test and gauge the hucul breed of horse. The goal is to put the horses through their paces on a course built on extremely difficult hilly terrain, and thus demonstrate their extraordinary skills and knowledge in navigating and overcoming obstacles.
Route: The square in front of the Baradla Cave entrance in Aggtelek to the Devil’s Plough and back.
Aggtelek National Park Awarded Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence