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Transylvania Winter Walk & Snowshoe

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A really good, interesting holiday. Rather more moderate than leisurely but very enjoyable. The gro ...
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Operator Exodus Travels Premier This operator is consistently delivering tours which receive customer ratings above 4.5 on average.
  • Activities Winter adventures
  • Accommodation Villa & Guest House
  • Transport Minibus
  • Age Range16+ years old
days08 From US$ 1,479
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Snowshoeing & Winter Walking on Bosnia’s Olympic Mountains

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A week before we set out we wondered if it would happen because of too much snow, but it did
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Operator Exodus Travels Premier This operator is consistently delivering tours which receive customer ratings above 4.5 on average.
  • Activities Winter adventures
  • Accommodation Hotel, Resort & Hut
  • Transport Minibus
  • Age Range16+ years old
days08 From US$ 1,399
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  • Jan 30 Only 8 seats left
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Stunningly beautiful Reviewed Tour: Transylvania Winter Walk & Snowshoe
4 - Very Good
“From start to finish the trip was great. Overnighted at a hotel just outside Heathrow. British Airways flight from Terminal 5 couldn't have been better. BA really efficient and comfortable; Terminal 5 speedy, efficient and without hassle. Thomas, the group leader met us in Bucharest airport and the first clue about what was to come came when he announced we transfer from the mini coach to two 4x4 minibuses to ascend to the hotel. Katharine, the owner/manager of the hotel was superb. All staff were very friendly, serving excellent food and the accommodation was nice and cosily comfortable. The snowshoeing was lovely, we were blessed with good weather and in the first part of the week temperatures of about -10C/-15C which meant light fluffy snow. The walking was at times quite demanding and having undertaken the Finland trip previously (moderate) I felt Transylvania was a good moderate. I'd never visited Romania before nor the Carpathian mountains. Romania was unspoiled, "untouristy" and the mountains were beautiful. I'd happily return to the area in the Spring or Autumn to see another season. There were some serious climbers in our group, a number of whom were eager to come back and "do" some of the peaks/ridges. The whole group, which had quite an age range, got on well together with no awkward moments.”
Snowshoeing Transylvania Reviewed Tour: Transylvania Winter Walk & Snowshoe
4 - Very Good
“I thought this was generally an excellent holiday. I loved Transylvania, the countryside, and mountain views and being able to walk and snowshoe in such a beautiful area. The hotel was excellent and Katharina was a very generous and involved hostess. The food was always wonderful. We were also lucky to have such a friendly and happy group. Everyone got on well and there was no-one left out and no awkward moments.”
Marcelle Cassar Reviewed Tour: Snowshoeing & Winter Walking on Bosnia’s Olympic Mountains
4 - Very Good
“A memorable and enjoyable holiday, as much for its' educational interest as the activity itself. Living and walking among the recent turbulent history of Sarajevo was fascinating. Hearing events from those who experienced them first hand, delivered with respect and dignity, was very humbling. The landscape we snowshoed through was very picturesque;beech and conifer woods, far reaching vistas of distant mountain ranges, lowland pastures dotted with haystacks.The Bosnain people were very hospitable, friendly and accomodating too.”