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Romania has an abundance of trekking routes covering the entire Carpathian chain, and offers a stunning landscape of fertile mountain ranges perfect to explore by foot or ski. Pristine lakes and golden rivers also provide thrilling kayaking and rafting experiences, while the UNESCO monuments of painted monasteries and fortified churches provide unique cultural tours.

Recommended trips: Our suggested itineraries are based on personal recommendation and can be tailored to suit your school and group.


Recommended locations:

Bran Castle

Bran Castle perched atop a hill in the spring

Forever immortalised in literature as the fictional home of Count Dracula, and with a history spanning nearly 1,000 years, Bran Castle is a must-see location for those trekking in Transylvania.


Exterior of the Palace of the Parliament  building

Regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Eastern Europe, Bucharest will be the start of your trip in Romania. With stunning 1800s architecture and rich culture, there is a lot to experience here.

Danube Delta

Tranquil island and its reflection in the river in the Danube Delta

For schools looking for a European kayaking adventure, the Danube Delta is a great choice, as well as offering chances to see some of the area’s 300 species of birds.

Fagaras Mountains

Balea Lake and cottages surrounded by Fagaras mountains

The highest mountains in the southern Carpathians, the mighty Fagaras provide groups with some of the best trekking, scenery and wildlife encounters in Romania.

Piatra Craiului National Park

Rocky ridges of Piatra Craiului mountains in the Carpathians at sunset

The Carpathian Mountains are known for their beauty, but it is Piatra Craiului that tops the list. Home to caves, gorges and ridges, the area is a good place to see wolves, bears and lynx.