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Snowshoeing short break in Romania

The Western Carpathians, Transylvania, Romania, in winter. A land of magic awaiting to be discovered by those fond of hiking in the untouched snow, in the strong, fresh air of the heights. Snowshoe across charming glades and admire impressive panoramas of the Western Carpathians or follow wildlife tracks through centuries old forests. Admire geological wonders of forested karst landscape or explore the marvelous underground world of legendary caves. Enjoy the flavours of local traditional food and listen to local tales told by the fireplace, in a remote hamlet, somewhere in the heart of the mountains. This is more than a holiday. It is a winter adventure that could be the experience of ...Read more >
From €326 excluding flights

Romania ski touring holiday

The sound of frozen snow under your skis and your harsh breath are the only things that take your attention away from the glorious sunny day. You stop for a while and hold your breath, the scenery is stunning and silence seems to be the queen of the day. In early mornings, if you're lucky enough, you can hear a capercaillie male calling for a female. Even in this frozen landscape, life follows its natural way. Enjoy a holiday of alpine touring ski on the wide plateaus and deep forests of Apuseni Mountains, where animal tracks might be the only signs of movement and life. In the evenings, warm your hands above the fire and your soul over a glass of ‘crampa’ (boiled plum brandy), along with a ...Read more >
From €1,511 excluding flights

Romania small group holiday

Dinu’s hay-covered wooden house stands on the top of the hill, pastures of wild flowers blanketing the slopes. Inside, the flavors that define the Romanian cuisine: smoked pork ham, wine, home made bread and telemea (a type of sharp sheep cheese) are ready for the quick but tasty dinner. Mancati! (Eat!), says Dinu determined, but with a kind smile on his face. Consider it just a reward after the day’s scenic walking trip in one of the typical hamlets of these mountains. This 6-day spring trip will combine moderate walks and cave visits, with samples of Transylvania rural life and easy-paced hikes in the typical mountain landscapes Trip’s highlights - hike and discover typical landscapes ...Read more >
From €1,097 excluding flights

Guided walking holiday in Romania

A pack, a trail and yourself is everything you need. Think of it as Zen on foot: you eat when you’re hungry, you trek and you sleep when it’s time to rest. Despite the effort, roaming freely on the trail is satisfying in a way few things in our normally hectic lives can be. Crafted for the avid trekkers, the itinerary follows an imaginary line from north to south of the Apuseni Mountains, passing through forests, deep gorges, mountain pastures and karst plateaus, all in one: a true lost world. You’ll enjoy breathtaking views; gentle winds and great mountain people who live close to Mother Earth and always happy to share their view upon life with you, without asking you: “Why on Earth are ...Read more >
From €1,221 excluding flights

Romania activity holiday, Western Carpathians

This short – four day – but extremely worthwhile, small group activity holiday in Romania will have travellers: cycling, hiking and caving amongst the beautiful karst landscapes and beech forests of the Western Carpathian Mountains. Clean and fresh mountain air combined with river valleys and flower-filled alpine meadows make this region of Romania incredibly inviting for lovers of the great outdoors with the chance to journey underground, in Meziadului and Crystals caves, a definite highlight for adventurous explorers. Back on the surface you’ll be invited to experience the warmth and hospitality of local Romanians in authentic guesthouse accommodation in the village of Rosia. This ...Read more >
From €526 excluding flights

Romania walking holiday

Exploring Padis karst (limestone rock) plateau, home to some of the last forested karstic landscapes in Europe is an adventure itself. But behind the route that follows one of the streams that significantly shaped this landscape, there is a story you are invited to be part of. Ponor Glade is a typical and the only polja (karstic glade which hosts both the karstic spring and the drainage holes) in country. Ponor Fortresses is the most impressive karstic complex in Romania formed by three enormous sinkholes (hundreds of meters deep and large) and hosting one of the largest cave entrances in country, a symbol of these mountains. Then some of the wildest and most beautiful gorge in the country, ...Read more >
From €389 excluding flights

Romania cycling holiday

“La belle vie” spills over on this Apuseni Mountains bike tour. The textured landscape of the karstic plateaus of Zece Hotare or Runcuri capture a diversity and charisma that eludes description. Biking in this area is about discovering the slower pace of life, from savoring each flavor you create at our special barbecue evening to chatting with the locals as you bike through the villages. Pedal through quaint villages and picturesque valleys, explore mysterious caves and old traditions, relax in authentic guesthouses and relish delicious local cuisine. This biking trip offers the opportunity to indulge in all things at the perfect pace in the perfect place. Trip’s highlights: - discover ...Read more >
From €1,190 excluding flights

Carpathian Mountains snowshoeing holiday, Romania

This snowshoeing holiday in the western Carpathian highlands will take you out into the wilds of Romania as you travel through icy forests, beautiful glades and spectacular karst plateaus. Along the way you will get to discover some of the area’s best geological secrets, including Romania’s largest underground glacier (Scarisoara ice cave) and its deepest karst spring (Tauz). As daylight fades, you will strap the snowshoes back on and make your way over pristine blankets of snow, keeping an eye out for animal tracks, as you travel towards your shelter for the night in one of the mountain’s tucked away villages. Tradition is alive and well here as you will discover staying in traditional ...Read more >
From €1,087 excluding flights
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