Komarovo village is one of the few in Belarus where rural entrepreneurship is widely developed.
In its district there are several agro-farmsteads, which two decades ago were the first in the country, and now they continue to actively develop and attract new guests.
Every year in June, an exhibition-fair "Kamarova - Zena Cola" is held, where artisans come from all the surrounding areas to offer their products made of wood, wicker and clay to tourists. The event includes a wide entertainment program, which is why it attracts a large number of Belarusian and foreign tourists.
Interest for tourists is also a manor-park complex "Komarovo", built in the early twentieth century by Count Starzhinsky.
It included more than 30 different buildings: a manor house, a park, gardens, office buildings, a large economic yard, several access roads with a majestic gate, a water system - and is located on an area of about 20 hectares. Currently, the estate is in an abandoned state, but volunteers of the NGO "Women for the Revival of the Naroch region" hold regular cleaning actions in the park.
In addition to the farmsteads, examples of private business in Komarovo are a cafe, a shop, a hairdresser’s, which deservedly enjoy the trust of locals and tourists.
In 2017, a private bakery began to work in Komarovo, where traditional Belarusian and popular in other countries varieties of bread are prepared. Bakery products are sold on the territory of Svirsky and nearby village councils, and also come to the Komarovsky store while still warm.
The building where the business incubator is located has a hall for holding seminars and conferences. For convenience, there is a projector, audio equipment, computers, a multifunctional device for photocopying and scanning, a telephone and the Internet.