Hiking & Wildlife Tracking from Brasov in the Carpathians

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The Carpathian Mountains are one of the most beautiful, raw and best preserved natural habitats of Europe! Romania has the largest brown bear population in Europe and many other wild animals who roam free in these vast areas. On this hiking trip from Brasov we enter their territory to look for signs of wildlife in their natural habitat and learn about nature - a unique experience in Romania!

Moments to expect on this hiking & wildlife tracking tour from Brasov

  • Approaching Fagaras Mountains. and the wild

    Approaching Fagaras Mountains. and the wild

    Off-road driving on Dambovita Valley from the village of Satic, the landscape changes quickly and you dive into wild forests, where signs of wildlife are common: otters in the river, tracks of deers, roe deers, wild boar, wolves and bear tracks. As we go deeper, nature takes its hold.

  • Wildlife tracking

    Wildlife tracking

    From the dam of Pecineagu lake in Dambovita Valley we start our wildlife tracking trip around the lake with an off-road vehicle to certain places where we know brown bears like to look for berries, mushrooms and food. We check the observation cameras, look for tracks and other recent signs of wildlife presence in the area. You will learn about animal behaviour and see their natural environment.

  • Dramatic scenery

    Dramatic scenery

    In the surrounding mountains you will find raw and unspoilt natural landscapes that are worth every photo you will take. We will stop and admire the view, enjoy the fresh air and marvel at nature's wonderful harmony in these parts!

Your total: €80
We'll need a deposit to save your spot and you'll pay the rest on arrival
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I like: All mountain related activities: hiking, climbing, skiing and ski-touring. But also history and local traditions and customs.
I speak: english, french, german, romanian

Location details

  • Starting point: Podu Dambovitei, Brasov or Zarnesti
  • Nearest airport: Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport
  • Nearest train station: Brasov or Campulung
  • Landscape: Mountainous & forrest
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