SELF-GUIDED WALKING TOURS
Self-guided mountain walking tours in Bulgaria Bulgarian mountains are known as the walker’s paradise! Whether you are coming on a guided (escorted) walking holiday or you opt for a self-guided (“inn-to-inn”) hiking vacation you will always take advantage on the treking along thousands of kilometres of waymarked trails, offering access to remote and beautiful alpine terrain. Ancient mountain villages, spectacular granite peaks, soft green slopes, cool forests, quick-flowing rivers and crystal-clear blue lakes, mineral springs and bioreserves, rare plants and animals and an intact old world culture are some of the treasures of mountainous Bulgaria. All self-guided walking tours we offer in Bulgaria include all ground transfers, including the ones from airport to airport. This saves you a lot of time for travelling to the starting point of the trail and then back to the airport.
In The Steps Of Orpheus (Self-guided Tour) Impressive trail exploring some of the most hidden and authentic parts of Rodopi (Rhodope) Mountains, known as the birth place of the legendary musician Orpheus. *** BESTSELLER *** One of Bulgaria’s best kept secrets. view more »
The Riddles Of Rila Mountains (Self-guided Tour) Rila Mountains are considered as the best place for alpine hiking in Bulgaria as they offer a wide network and large variety of marked walking trails of different difficulty levels. *** NEW *** The first high-altitude self-guided trek in Bulgaria. view more »
The Best Of The Rhodopes (Rodopi) And Mount Rila (Self-guided Tour) This walking tour, a combination of our classic unguided treks in the Rhodopes and the Rila, takes in the best of the two as regards routes, natural phenomena, and contact with local people. *** NEW *** Тhе two most amazing Bulgarian mountains. view more »
One-day Self-guided Tous From Sofia The most popular one-day self-guided hiking tours from Sofia to the best walking trails within 1,30hrs drive from the capital city (in Rila and Vitosha mountains). The Seven Rila Lakes, Musala Peak, Cherni Vrah Peak, Malyovitsa Peak etc.