This tour can be booked in 2018 from April to September. Spend two enjoyable two days discovering the wonderful wild realm of Danube Delta and the ancient history of settlements located at Black Sea or Pontus Euxinus as it was called in the ancient time.
Visit Tulcea harbor
Boat ride through the canals of Danube Delta
Observe the wildlife of the larges wetland of Europe
Take a guided tour of Constanta harbor.
Visit the historical site of Constanta.
If weather allows, take a swimming into the Black Sea.
Day 1 Bucharest – Constanta – Dunavat – Tulcea
In the morning we leave Bucharest towards Constanta on the Sun Highway. After 3 hours, we reach Constanta and start the sightseeing tour of this surprising city, located at the Black Sea Shores. We will explore the Old Town of Constanta with Ovidiu`s Square, Great Mosque, Orthodox Cathedral of SS Peter and Paul, waterfront with Constanta`s most famous landmark- the Casino and Marina`s yachts.
If you are interested in ancient history a short visit to the Archeology Museum will reveal the secrets of this unique town.
Our next stop will be in Mamaia, one of the liveliest Black Sea Resort and a favored destination for package holidays. The cable car of Mamaia Resort is another tourist attraction of the seaside and its surroundings. You will have the opportunity to really float for about seven minutes, at a 50m height, above Mamaia resort.
If you are more cultural oriented we can take you to Histria, the earliest and most important Greek settlement on the western Black Sea Coast. The first town to exist anywhere on present-day Romania territory, it was founded by settlers from Miletus in the mid-7th century BC. The remains include various Greek temples and Christian basilicas as well as defensive walls and ruins of a paved residential quarter. In the end of the day, return to Bucharest. From Constanta we will drive towards Tulcea Harbor or to the shores of Danube Delta. Depending on availability we stay overnight in 3*** hotel in Tulcea or in a local guesthouse.
Day 2 Half day boat trip to Danube Delta – transfer to Bucharest
Tulcea Harbor is the town where the Danube splits into three branches forming the Danube Delta in between.
From Tulcea, we will start an interesting journey along the channels of Danube Delta with a specialized English speaking guide. You will share the boat with other tourists, maximum 12 persons..
On this day boat trip you can see a good part of the Danube Delta, far away from the bustle cities,
You will have the chance to try traditional fish lunch (optional), to experience the nature wilderness of the Danube Delta. During this boat trip we have the opportunity to see white and yellow water lilies, swans, coots, ducks, geese, spoonbills, godwits, ibises and pelicans.
The average speed of the boat will be 10 km / h, and we will have many interesting stops, time to enjoy the wonderful scenery and many photos opportunities with Danube Delta flora and fauna.
In Mila 23 Village, you have the opportunity to taste the famous fish borsh made by the locals or different other fish specialties. As soon as we have completed the siesta that followed lunch, we are ready to discover the numerous Danube Delta canals, home to hundreds of species of birds.
The boat ride will end at 17:30-18:00 in the afternoon and we will transfer you back to Bucharest. The transfer to Bucharest will take about 4 hour drive
GENERAL INFORMATION & TERMS:
We kindly request our guests to be ready 10 minutes before departure
We grant 30% discount for children below the age 7
All tours are escorted by English speaking licensed guides.
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