Guided hiking tours in Bulgaria

guided hiking and escorted walking and trekking tours of bulgaria

> All ground transfers with company vehicles (no public transportation!).
> Professional/licensed mountain guide.
> All luggage and people transfers (hike carrying just a day pack!).
> Accommodation in en-suite twin/dbl rooms, incl. breakfast (+ supper on selected days).

SCHEDULED DEPARTURE DATES! Our bestseller, exploring the most scenic high trails of Bulgaria.

Rhodope, Pirin, RIla & Vitosha mountains in a nutshell.

Sense the calm of winter magic in Bulgaria’s best-loved mountains.

A relatively demanding tour, which is a shorter version of our bestseller "Hiking trek in the Pirin and Rila mountains". The highlights though are still on the list: Mt. Vihren, The Seven Rila Lakes etc.

A very scenic, tough but rewarding, trek visiting the giants of the three most notorious mountains in Bulgaria – Rila (incl. Mt. Musala, 2925m, being also the highest on the Balkan Peninsula), Pirin and the Balkan Mountains).

This two-day hike will take you in the most pristine and panoramic part of Rila Mountains: the Seven Rila Lakes and Malyovitsa summit. A trek, offering superb views in clear days.

Backcountry skiing on the most dramatic summits and valleys of the highest Bulgarian mountains Rila and Pirin.

“Rural Bulgaria” is the best choice you can make to escape in the countryside from the concrete jungle and the stress of the modern city. Easy to moderate hikes and traditional villages. Enjoy!

From time immemorial, Bulgarians and nature have competed in creativity. Do you wish to combine the magical charm of Bulgaria’s most beautiful mountains with its renowned heritage sights?

Rila is like a chunk of the Alps set upon the Balkans. Delight in an amazing adventure in Bulgaria’s largest national park.

The Pirin is perhaps Bulgaria’s most picturesque and most alpine mountain. The rocky outcrop known for its marble and granite peaks and rich flora and fauna is listed by UNESCO as a world natural heritage site.

The Rhodopes are the most lyrical Bulgarian mountains, combining the relief of mild oval forms, the colorful “carpets” of nature and the hospitality of the local people.