Transylvania… the land beyond the forest. The name sounds like it comes from a fairy tale, like Narnia or Neverland. And there are thousands other reasons to fall in love with this place. The Carpathian Mountains are unique in nature and landscapes, once seen you will always recognise a view on any picture. Medieval castles and towns keep the spirit of kings and knights taking you to a back in time travel. Remote mountain villages let you forget about 21st-century rush and plunge into real rural living tightly linked with nature in every detail of everyday life.
Transylvania Standard Holiday Tours 2018
Carpathian Transylvania Holiday Tour
10 Jun – 17 Jun 2018 / 21 Oct – 28 Oct 2018 (8 days) – EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT AVAILABLE!
Discover Transylvania Best Summer Holiday Tour
08 Jul – 21 Jul 2018 (14 days) – EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT AVAILABLE!
A two-week long adventure through breathtaking landscapes of the Carpathian Mountains, this tour is a great opportunity to witness the rich history and culture of Transylvanian villages and towns.
From off-road driving to visiting one of the largest outdoor museums in Europe, from “downtown” hotels to traditional sheepfolds, this holiday has been carefully tailored for our guests who choose to take a step away from conventional traveling.
Transylvania Uncovered Holiday Tour
05 Aug – 12 Aug 2018 / 23 Sept – 30 Sept 2018 (8 days) – EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT AVAILABLE!
You might have heard that the most rural places in Romania are in the Northern part of the country. Romania is a rural country. Simply if you take a road further than the end of the asphalt, where an ordinary tourist would stop, you will find a country untouched by the 20th centuries. You ask “Why?” Because they don’t have electricity, but instead, you will find a living museum.
That’s why we choose to drive 4×4 on our tours, so our guests can experience a life in such small communities, where travellers are very welcome. All mountain regions in Romania hide these places. Don’t believe that people can still live like centuries ago? Come and see yourself!