Camping Oázis Tanya

  • Phone: 0036204543707
  • Mail: mail@oazistanya.com
  • Website: http://www.oazistanya.com
  • Address: I Körzet 15, H-6411 Zsana

There is a lot to see for nature enthusiasts! 

There’s a very diverse flora and fauna to be discovered, both on and of the campgrounds. We have a wildlife camera on the camping which records the (sometimes unwanted) guests when the camping is closed in winter times. That is how we captured this “big boy”:

10582961_812317842135981_1679035636021832273_oOn the outskirts of the campgrounds you can see many deer and roe deer. Most mornings, if you are very quiet and lucky, you can find them around the playgrounds. And while traveling down our dirt road you have to be very careful too, because before you know it you are facing some kind of wildlife. Be it deer, hare, boar, squirrel or marter. DSC_0167 Johan Natuur 1 vosOne of our guests was even lucky enough to see a fox (and capture it on photo)!

Amphibian enthusiast can get their fill here too. In the logs around our Tanya (old farmhouse) the European Green Lizard is a regularly seen sun bather. Different frogs can be heard and seen too, like the European Tree Frog. The Tree Frog is hard to spot because of it’s perfect camouflage colors, but you can surely hear him when he is looking for a female mate. In the more moist areas outside of the campgrounds you can find different species of Salamanders too.

SONY DSCOh, and before I forget! There are dozens of different butterfly species to encounter during your walks here.

Especially for birdwatchers, Hungary is a country you can find many of the species you always wanted to see. Even if you’ve never been interested in birds, there’s a chance that one visit to our Puszta will change that. The European bee-eater is very recognizable by it’s green with blue body and yellow throat. The European roller is similar looking bird in size, is very shy like the bee-eater and comes in 50 shades of magnificent blue. Both can be spotted regularly on the electricity masts next to our dirt path.

We know some of the secret spots where these birds reside and can take you there on a Puszta safari. The Puszta safari will then take place at a time where we are most sure we will encounter some wildlife. For example, if you are here in the beginning of June we know a spot where the bee-eaters have their nests. Just before sunset they all fly home. It’s magnificent to see!

We have a list of birds that have been spotted on our campgrounds: Take a look!

When you are sitting outside of your tent at night, looking into our star filled sky, there’s a good chance you hear a Eurasian Eagle-owl calling in the forest. And have you ever seen the Hoopoe? It’s a very recognizable bird with it’s black en white manes. It breeds around here in summer. Take a look at this video one of our guests took of a Hoopoe on our dirt path. We also have different kinds of storks. Besides the well known white stork, we also have the black stork. If you are looking for more specific information on bird species, World Birds is a recommendable website.IMG_3801