Highlight Tours

Sibiu Guided Birdwatching Day Trip - private program

A professional guided birdwatching trip, starting from Sibiu. Can be a birding tour done by car or can be mixe…

from € 250

Winter Tour - Searching for Red-breasted Geese - Private

Dobrogea should be on every seasoned nature enthusiast’s bucket list for 2018/2019. Winter is a ..

from € 260

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Danube Delta Guided Day Trip in WINTER - Private program

Guided day trip in the Danube Delta, in WINTER, with OPEN BOAT (excursions boat). You have the chance to disco..

from € 400


Birdwatching Day Trip to the Danube Delta, Private

We give you the opportunity to discover the amazing world of birds in the Danube Delta, in one day, together w..

from € 400

Birdwatching Tour in the Danube Delta - Private

Danube Delta is rightly called the paradise of birds in Europe, as you know, over 300 bird species live or pas..

from € 400

Guided Day Trip in Danube Delta, Tulcea - Caraorman

Guided day trip to the Danube Delta, departing from Tulcea and point of destination Caraorman Village, with a ..

from € 55


Bears of Transylvania 4n/3 Photo Tour PRIVATE

A photo tour, in Brasov (Romania), for BEARS. We designed a tour for best results, on best places to photograp..

from € 750

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Birdwatching Tour 7d/6n, Danube Delta + Dobruja

Danube Delta is the water kingdom and Dobruja is the opposite, dry land of many kinds: steppe, forest, plains,..

from € 75

About Romania

Romania is a spectacular country with contrasts and paradoxes, where Constantin Brancusi, George Enescu, Sergiu Celibidache, Emil Palade, Henri Coanda, Ana Aslan, Bran Castle, Peles Castle, Danube Delta or Transilvanya are unique and emblematic treasures.

“The Old World” still lives in many corners of Romania, it includes a huge “museum” of ancient customs, spectacularly represented by the beautiful fortified churches from Transylvania, the labyrinth of channels and lakes from Danube Delta, the ancient dacian citadels from Dobrudgea, the monasteries with spectacular painted frescoes from Moldavia, folklore, traditional clothing or medieval castles.

Among the great richness of the country are the fairy tales, legends, songs, poems and dances transmitted from generation to generation.

Modern Romania is represented by the street art, modern design or the western lifestyle adopted by the inhabitants of the big cities (Bucharest, Sibiu, Cluj, Brasov)

Those who want to experience “life in the country” have at least an interesting series of villages where they can make  birdwatching/bearwatching tours, sleep in traditional authentic houses, work side by side with the owners and where they can learn crafts.

A holiday in Romania will reveal all these wonders.

Good reasons to visit Romania:

  • Retezat National Park  (the blue eyes fairyland)  – a world of lakes sprinkled among mighty peaks, where lives around 90 endemic plant species that cannot be seen anywhere else;
  • Danube Delta Biosfere Reserve –  The waters of the Danube, which flow into the Black Sea, form the largest and best preserved of Europe’s deltas. The Danube delta hosts over 300 species of birds as well as 45 freshwater fish species in its numerous lakes and marshes.
  • Castles – Romania may not compare with Germany or France in the impressive number of castles, but it has its “jewelry” loaded with „magic stories like: Peles Castle, Huniazilor Castle”, Bran Castle, Savarsin Castle, Sturdza Castle, Bethlen Haller Castle or Ghica Palace;
  • Nature & Wildlife – The harsh geography has limited human habitation and the woods are filled with Deer, Linx and Bear. European Bison – slowly reintroduced into several forests in Europe, including Romania. There are currently more than 100 Bison in Romania and you can visit them in 5 reservations: Hateg, Vanatori Neamț, Bucşani, Valea Zimbrilor (Acris village) and Magura Zimbrilor.
  • Brown Bear – Romania has the second largest bears population in Europe after Russia. You can find them in well-known and popular areas of Brasov, but also in Harghita, Covasna, Mures, Arges and Sibiu.
  • Prince Charles’ beloved enclave, Transylvania – a time warped equivalent of Tuscany. Transylvania, a bucolic corner of Europe, cradled in the elbow of the Carpathian Mountains. It’s a semi-mythical land and its rural life has been preserved in aspic, thanks to the vicissitudes of the past 100 years.
  • Outdoor Activities – The rocky peaks of Carpathians, snow-capped from mid-October in some years, call out for conquering, and well-marked trails lead to summits from all directions. The Danube Delta is a vast and unique protected wetland and makes a perfect backdrop for boat trips and, especially, birdwatching in spring.
  • The cave paintings from Coliboaia, Apuseni – The paintings from Coliboaia cave are, along with those from Chauvet Cave (France), man’s first artistic manifestations. The tests carried out by specialists in the Bihor cave confirm that the cave drawings are more than 30.000 years old.
  • Culture – The countryside is the heart and soul of Romania, where peasant culture remains a strong force and medieval life prevails, as it does nowhere else in Europe. You will find self-sufficient villages, where old-school crafts such as bread-making, pottery, tanning and weaving were honed to an art.