Mountain Guiding

Professional Team members are certified by the Romanian Mountain Guides Association as qualified Mountain Guides. Our team can provide you with mountain guiding services in the Piatra Craiului, Bucegi, Piatra Mare, Fagaras and Retezat Mountains. Whether you want to tackle a classic or modern climb, we can traverse together in safety the most beautiful routes in these mountain ranges.

We are authorised by the Romanian Ministry of Tourism – National Tourism Authority as “Local Guide” (certificate no. 2295/20.01.2005) and “Mountain Guide” (certificate no. 2467/ 01.08.2005).

Example program:

  • Meeting – Visit the Fagaras Mountains. Transfagarasan – the highest road in Romania. Accommodation in the Balea area.
  • Trail hiking in the alpine zone of the Fagaras Mountains – Day 1.
  • Trail hiking in the alpine zone of the Fagaras Mountains – Day 2.
  • Visit the medieval city of Sibiu and Sighisoara. Accommodation in Brasov.
  • Piatra Craiului National Park hiking trail – Day 1.
  • Piatra Craiului National Park hiking trail – Day 2.
  • Visit Brasov medieval city, fortified churches Prejmer and Harman UNESCO monuments. Visit Bran Castle Vlad Tepes-linked mythical Dracula.
  • Bucegi Natural Park Hiking Trail – Day 1.
  • Visit Peles Palace and Pelisor
  • Depart

Medical and Health Requirements

To the best of our knowledge the Romanian Government does not currently require you to have any special vaccinations. Please consult your family doctor (G.P.) before your visit to Romania. All our activities imply physical effort, walking long distances at medium and high altitudes and possibly climbing. Please check with your doctor if your health allows you to participate!

You must have travel insurance which must include:

  • Accident and medical treatment
  • Medical repatriation
  • Loss of or theft of baggage, personal belongings, money, credit cards, etc.
  • Cancellation, curtailment or change to programme

You must ensure that your insurance is suitable for adventure activities such as: climbing, abseiling, horse riding, skiing, high altitude hiking, or any other activity as specified in the programme itinerary.