Plovdiv Shuttle Tour

Plovdiv is one of the oldest European towns contemporary to Troya and Mikena and has existed as a settlement for 8000 years…A lot of history, culture, beautiful city and mountain landscapes, 3D goggles…unforgettable experience from Plovdiv – European culture capital in 2019!

Belogradchik & Venetsa cave Tour

The name Belogradcik literally means “small white town,” which is situated in the foothills of the Balkan Mountains just east of the Serbian border and about 50 km south of the Danube River. It has been known as a settlement since the Roman period and has passed through all the Bulgarian history.

Seven Rila Lakes Trekking Tour

The lakes have a glacial origin and they are located on different terraces from 2100 m to about 2500m above sea level. The Seven Rila Lakes are one of the Bulgaria’s 100 National tourist sites. The breath-taking views of Lower lake (Dolno ezero), The Eye (the deepest high-altitude lake), The Tear (Salzata), The Kidney (Bubreka) etc. make this hike an unforgettable feast for the eyes and senses.

Vitosha Walking Tour

Vitosha is a mountain in the outskirts of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It is one of the tourist’s symbols of Sofia and the nearest site for skiing, hiking, walking or rock climbing. Vitosha has the outlines of an enormous dome. The mountain emerged as a result of volcanic activity and has been subsequently shaped by the slow folding of the granite rock layers and a series of gradual uplifts of the area.

Vitosha and Boyana Waterfall Half-Day Tour

Vitosha is the favorite place for recreation for the capital’s population of over one and a half million people. Vitosha Mountain symbolizes the cradle of Bulgarian hiking and tourism. The 27th of August, 1895 was the day when the famous writer and intellectual Aleko Konstantinov organized the first mountain hike in the history of the country. His goal: the highest peak of the mountain, Cherni vrah, or ‘Black Peak’, rising at 2290 m (7513 ft) above sea level.

Moussala Peak Trekking Tour



Rila is a mountain range in southwestern Bulgaria and the highest mountain range of Bulgaria and the Balkans, with its highest peak being Musala at 2 925 m. The massif is also the sixth highest mountain in Europe (when each mountain is represented by its highest peak only), coming after the Caucasus, the Alps,Sierra Nevada, the Pyrenees and Mount Etna, and the highest between the Alps and the Caucasus. The larger part of the mountain is occupied by the Rila National Park.

Malyovitza Via Ferrata Trekking Tour




Maliovitsa is a spectacular alpine peak in Rila Mountains near Borovets and Maliovitsa ski resorts. It is 2,729 m high and is one of the most popular tourist and rock climbing regions in Bulgaria..

 

Vitosha Snowshoes Tour

Vitosha is a mountain in the outskirts of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It is one of the tourist symbols of Sofia and the nearest site for skiing, trekking, walking or rock climbing. Vitosha has the outlines of an enormous dome. The mountain emerged as a result of volcanic activity and has been subsequently shaped by the slow folding of the granite rock layers and a series of gradual uplifts of the area.

The Rhodope tour: Trigrad gorge (3 days)

The Rhodope Mountains is the largest mountain in Bulgaria and takes about 1/7 from the territory of the country. For some people this is the most scenic mountain in Bulgaria! The Rodopi mountains are located some 200kms south-east of Sofia.

Here we would like to offer you to visit Trigrad village, the Devil’s Throat cave and it’s astonishing hiking trail, Haramiiska cave, Jagodinska cave, Buinovsko Gorge. You will have the chance to experience also a Via Ferrata climbing, Mount St. Ilia with it’s unique panorama view point Eagle’s Eye and finally enter in a water cave in a raft and then а relaxing walk in a local traditional village.

Rila and Pirin Trekking Tour (3 Days)

Pirin is the second highest mountain range in southwest Bulgaria. The ski resort Bansko is located in its Northern part and it is formed mainly from massive granite, covered with ancient metamorphous rocks.It has some tiny glaciers that almost melt in summer. The mountain is also abundant with water and beautiful high-altitude lakes. Its flora and fauna is so rich that Pirin Natural Park has been under the protection of UNESCO World Heritage since 1983. Pirin is the most alpine-looking mountain in Bulgaria and it is a wonderful nature park to visit.