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Bucharest: 2-Day Trip with Danube Delta Wildlife Boat Rides

1. Bucharest: 2-Day Trip with Danube Delta Wildlife Boat Rides

Danube Delta is the only natural area from Romania included in Unesco World Heritage. Today, a strictly protected Biosphere Reserve, the largest Delta in Europe is the paradise for millions of birds, of wild horses, the paradise of nature lovers and those who love birdwatching. Day 1 On the first day, we meet at your Hotel in Bucharest in the morning and drive to Tulcea for 3 hours and 30 minutes. From there, we'll take a boat that we'll take us in the heart of Danube Delta, in Crisan Village. Here, we'll spend 2 days and we'll explore the amazing Danube Delta: birds, nature, animals, lakes, narrow channels, remote villages. We'll have 2 Boat Rides in the area, a perfect opportunity for great photos. A sunset on the lakes is a magical moment in Danube Delta. Overnight in Danube Delta - 5 star Pension Day 2 One Day 2, we'll enjoy a longer Boat Ride to explore deeper this amazing area of Romania. Venturing deeper, the Danube Delta will welcome you, revealing her secrets as your professional guide will expertly guide you across the waterways to the prime birdwatching spots. During your tour, you will get acquainted with the many species you encounter along the way, catching a glimpse into their behaviors. A network of channels and islets are intertwined, creating a labyrinth swarming with wildlife calling out to all naturalists. Some 5,500 species of flora and fauna call the Danube Delta their home, which makes it the third largest biosphere in the world, after the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and the Galapagos Archipelago in Ecuador. Out of these, about 300 species are birds, from pelicans to cormorants and egrets. Big and small, and with all colors under the sun, birdwatching in the Danube Delta is a true spectacle, especially during the migration season. After few hours exploring the Delta, we make a stop in a remote village where a local lady will cook for you – traditional food based on fresh fish. In the afternoon, enjoy the pool at your Hotel. Overnight in Danube Delta - 5 star Pension Day 3 One Day 3, we leave Danube Delta and go to Bucharest where we arrive at 2pm. You will have a walking tour of Bucharest where you will learn about the grim decades under the communist regime. You will discover with us the main sites of The Capital. We will take you to dinner and you will be transported to your Hotel.

From Bucharest: 2-Day Danube Delta Wonders Small Group Tour

2. From Bucharest: 2-Day Danube Delta Wonders Small Group Tour

Day 1. Arriving in the Delta Tour starts in the morning at 08:00 a.m. with private pick-up from your hotel. Head towards Dobrogea Region and cross the sparkling Danube on the way. Moment 1 – Danube Delta Museum Begin the Danube Delta discovery by visiting the Delta Museum in Tulcea city. This is the best place to learn about Delta history and formation, birds and fish species, and even human lifestyle in the delta villages. As a bonus, the museum features a great aquarium where you can see all the most important fishes that live in the Danube. Moment 2 – Boat tour Arrive in Murighiol village in Danube Delta and start the boat excursion from there. Take the chance to see numerous wild birds, luxurious vegetation, and sparkling lakes inside the Delta. This is of course a highlight of tour. At the end of a road, the Danube, the second largest river of the old continent builds upon its encounter with the Black Sea, well over 10,000 years, one of the most beautiful deltas in Europe and even in the world. Also known as one of the planet’s great wetlands, the water and dry streams that have formed here provide good living conditions for a large number of plant and animal species. At the end of the day, enjoy a night's accommodation in Murghiol. Day 2. Dobrogea Region In the morning after breakfast, head towards the southern part of Dobrogea, and reach Constanta City. Visit the Old Town of Constanta City, the Main Square, and see the Black Sea Riviera. Enjoy free time for relaxing walks in Constanta. Then, head back to Bucharest, crossing the Danube again, and the vast plains of Baragan. Arrive in Bucharest in the evening, with dropoff at your hotel.

From Bucharest: 2-Day Private Trip to Danube Delta & Cruise

3. From Bucharest: 2-Day Private Trip to Danube Delta & Cruise

Day One: 1. Old Town Constanta 2. Carol I Mosque 3. Mamaia Beach - Overnight in Tulcea Moscheea Carol I: Carol I Mosque, located in Ovid Square area, is the main religious muslim edifice and one of the most beautiful architectural monuments of our land. The building started in 1910 at the initiative of King Carol I (which is why the building is named so) and was completed in 1913. The inauguration took place on 31st of May in the presence of the royal family and muslim representatives of Romania. Sharing a beautiful and unique mixture of Egyptian, Byzantine and Romanian architecture, Carol I Mosque is the first building in our country for whose construction reinforced concrete was used. A distinctive feature of the building is huge dome made of innovative materials listed above. Although many specific Muslim places of worship, is an architectural dome by Christian inspiration, more exactly, Byzantine. Mamaia Beach: Mamaia is one of the most popular destinations for a beach holiday in Romania. It is on the Black Sea and is an archetypical seaside resort. There are beaches to relax on, nice food and lots of entertainment, including an amusement park. Faleza Casino: Between 1880 and 1890, we hear of Cazin or Kursal as being a wooden building on the seashore, built on a location a few hundred meters away from the current one. Besides the ballroom, noticeable were the reading hall with French newspapers, a games hall, as well as a terrace. It is here that the tourists, the seamen, and the local elite met in the summer evenings to take part in the balls organised by the city hall on the tunes of the brass bands or on the music of the famous artists of the era. Theatrical performances, soirees, conferences, literary readings or masquerade balls also took place at the Cazin. The games of chess, backgammon, or domino completed the bohemian scenery. Day Two: Danube Delta Tour – we explore by boat the beautiful nature of Danube Delta - Back to Bucharest 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. The 580,000 hectare delta is home to massive amounts of waterbirds of all kinds, most notably pelicans of two species, herons, storks, cormorants and terns. It is a favourite staging area for passage migrants and also wintering grounds for masses of migrating waterbirds from the steppes, the boreal forests and the tundras further north. Here also lie some of Europe’s very few remaining grazed mosaic forest landscapes, the beautiful woodlands of Letea and Caraorman. Beavers are slowly making their return into the area, the area holds healthy populations of golden jackal while white-tailed eagles show a remarkable comeback.

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Beautiful discoveries, the visit on the Danube top, Constanta really to discover. The only downside was the choice of the hotel. André is an excellent guide, benevolent, discreet, very attentive. He is also a very good driver, careful and respectful. Which is rare in Romania! We recommend André +++

totally beautiful the 4h boat tour in the Danube Delta

I would recommend this excursion to everyone, because you don't see so many fascinating pelicans, cormorants and herons every day. The romantic passages through the forest are also unforgettable. Water lilies at their best