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Self-guided walking tours

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 trekking along thousands of kilometers of way-marked 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 nature reserves, rare plants and animals and an intact old world culture are some of the treasures of mountainous Bulgaria.

In the footsteps of Orpheus (8 days)

A memorable transit through some of the least-known and most authentic parts of the Rhodopes: Bulgaria’s most lyrical mountain famed as birthplace of the legendary musician Orpheus.

Summits and lakes of the Rila and Pirin mountains (8 days)

Bored of the popular walking destinations in the Alps and the Pyrenees and unable to join our guided trek in Pirin and Rila? This independent hiking tour is exactly what you are looking for.

The riddles of the Rila Mountains (8 days)

Mount Rila is considered Bulgaria’s best alpine tourism site, offering a huge diversity of marked hiking trails of varied difficulty levels. Our trek visits the Seven Rila Lakes, Mt. Musala, The Scary Lake etc.

The grand Balkans circle – Rhodopes, Pirin, Rila and Vitosha mountains (15 days)

Do you want to spend two full weeks, hiking along the most scenic walking routes in the most famous Bulgarian mountains? An impressive self-guided trekking holiday to remember.

The best of the Rhodopes and Mount Rila (9 days)

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 interaction with local people.

Pirin Mountains (5 days)

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.