OBSERVATION OF WOLFS AND BEARS
The Carpathians: images of dark forests, legends and wildlife still preserved in this "new frontier" of Europe. Romania has the largest number of brown bears in Europe, with an estimated 8,000 and it is common to see their tracks on some hiking trails, and accompanied by a local gamekeeper, we can observe them very closely, without being noticed, at nightfall.
The wolves, less numerous and much more cunning, are much more discreet, but nevertheless present. Success in their approach stems from season, patience, and also a bit of luck! Here are two exceptional opportunities to discover wildlife in its natural element, accompanied by professionals who respect them and also to live a few days in the villages at the end of Europe!
PILGRAMAGE IN ROMANIA
We have been working for several years with agencies specializing in religious travel. We know the specificities due to these trips. The country is rich in discoveries, thanks to its monasteries with external frescoes painted in Bucovina, its fortified churches of Transylvania and very prestigious Orthodox churches.
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One of the eastern European countries richest in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Filled with medieval towns, painted monasteries, fortified churches, wooden masterpieces and ancient Dacian ruins Romania prouds itself with rich heritage sites.