List of national parks of Belarus
This is a list of national parks of Belarus. It also lists main nature reserves.
There are currently four national parks in Belarus. The Belavezhskaya Pushcha National Park is a trans-boundary park between Belarus and Poland. Together parks cover more than 3,300 km2 (1,300 sq mi).
|Belavezhskaya Pushcha National Park||Нацыянальны парк "Белавежская пушча"||Brest Region and Grodno Region||873.63 km2 (337.31 sq mi)||1991 (1932)|
|Braslau Lakes National Park||Нацыянальны парк "Браслаўскiя азёры"||Vitebsk Region||691.15 km2 (266.85 sq mi)||1995|
|Prypyatski National Park||Нацыянальны парк "Прыпяцкi"||Gomel Region||858.41 km2 (331.43 sq mi)||1996|
|Narachanski National Park||Нацыянальны парк "Нарачанскi"||Grodno Region, Minsk Region and Vitebsk Region||1,178.00 km2 (454.83 sq mi)||1999|
- Berezinski Biosphere reserve, Minsk Region and Vitebsk Region, 852 km2 (329 sq mi).
- Polesie state radiation and ecological reserve, Gomel Region, 2,161 km2 (834 sq mi). This reserve is heavily contaminated by the radioactive fallout from the Chernobyl disaster. It borders Ukraine and the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.