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This excursion offers an enjoyable day for children and adults. First stop is the only Dolphinarium in Bulgaria, where the bottle-nosed dolphins will present an entertaining show. On the way to the glass factory you will have time to take some amazing panorama pictures of Varna and the sea.

Travel along the Varna Lake will take you to the Glass Factory Inhom in Beloslav. Here you’ll see how the glass ware is made during a live demonstration. Qualified experts will present the technologies to turn sand, calcinated soda and limestone into melted glass, as well as the tools and skills used to blow and shape glassware pieces, to decorate and make inscriptions. In the showroom you can purchase glassware, taste samples of different liqueurs and take a cup of coffee.

Vitosha looming is the first thing visitors to Sofia notice on their way from the airport. Few cities and even fewer capitals possess such a natural feature. Vitosha is the Balkans’ oldest Nature Park and Bulgaria’s most visited mountain. Each year, thousands of tourists enjoy the beauty of its scenery and its plant and animal life.

Our hiking trek takes you along the entire crest of the Vitosha. Starting from appr 1750m/5830ft above sea level we first climb Cherni Vrah Peak (2290m/7625ft.) following a gently ascending trail and then traverse the Torfeno Branishte (“The Peat”) Nature Reserve to reach the famous stone rivers of the Zlatni Mostove (“Golden Bridges”) natural feature. The wet meadows on either side of the path are home to a number of rare and endemic plant species, including a few species of orchids. You might also be lucky to encounter some of the recently introduced Balkan Chamois (wild goats). Hiking takes place above the tree line in the alpine and sub-alpine part of the mountains, and eventually you descend through century-old coniferous woods to you final destination – a magic river of huge boulders covered with yellow lichens.

Join us on Europe’s biggest party boat, fresh from Aruba. Spread over three floors whether you want a full on party or just to chill this boat has it all including its own waterslide! Food , drinks, animation and DJ are included.

Menu: Salad of fresh vegetables: lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage with French dressing.
Burger or Vegetable burger for vegetarians.
Unlimited drinks during the trip: beer, sangria, soft post mix drinks and mineral water from cooling dispenser.

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Cape Kaliakra is the longest cape of the Bulgarian Black sea coast. In translation its name means “Beautiful cape”. The red colored cliffs, rising in their grandeur, take all the credit for that name. With its ancient and medieval fortresses, ruins of churches and legends of the forty maidens, this fairy place has much to tell.
After arriving in Balchik enjoy a tasty lunch in a restaurant with a beautiful view of the sea. Visit the former summer ''palace'' of the Rumanian Queen Maria, which shows not only an unique design of the main building itself with its architectural eclecticism, but also is surrounded by a number of buildings combining different cultural and aesthetic influences that give to the site enigmatic touch. Part of the complex is the botanical garden with one of the richest cactus collections in Europe comprising of more than 250 species. Follow your guide there and enjoy the traveling, the walking, the sightseeing and the stories!

An exciting full day trip revealing to you the charm and beauty of the most preserved Revival town in Bulgaria- Koprivshtitsa, the secrets and splendor of Bulgarian rose oil production and the ancient Thracian tomb of Kazanlak.

An early start from Sofia will takes us on the picturesque mountain road winding between Balkan and Sredna Gora Mountains. We will arrive in Koprivshtitsa in about 2 hours and we will take a guided walking tour to the most representative and colourful house- museums dating back to the 19th century houses. The Revival town is nested in the rolling hills of Sredna Gora Mountains and has been a center of Bulgarian Revolutionary movement, literacy, culture and crafts during the Ottoman rule. Then we continue east to the Ethnographic Complex Damascena, located in the heart of the Vallye of Roses, where you will learn why Bulgaria is famous for rose oil production. If you want to see the blooming roses - from 15th May till 15th June is possible. The next stop is the town of Kazanlak and a visit of the famous Thracian tomb dating back form IVc, a Unesco World Heritage site. We will use a different route for the return passing through the fertile Thracian valley with spectacular views to Rodopi and Rila mountains.

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This trip gives you a behind-the-scenes look at Bulgaria's south-east coast. You'll start by taking a hydrofoil along the coast to Sozopol. This picturesque city is home to a cobbled old town that's sprawled over a slither of land jutting into the sea. Here you'll have some free time to rummage the treasure-trove souvenir shops. The you'll board the hydrofoil again for the return trip back to Nessebar.

And whether you rise to the challenge of the Kamikaze slides or chill out on the lazy river, there's enough going on to keep even the most active water-baby busy for the day!

Imagine the ideal night out in Sunny Beach – drinks, music, lights and all. Now imagine it on a boat. At sunset. That’s exactly what the Pukka Up boat party has in store for you. Join us as we take a yacht out onto the Black Sea and party ‘til the sun goes down. There’s a DJ onboard spinning the latest tracks, and barmen to serve you cocktails. We go on well into the night, before making our way back to the harbour to carry on dancing on dry land. You’ll be shuttled to Sunny Beach’s Club Iceberg, where you’ll want to head straight for the bar, because drinks are on the house for the first hour. Then, the rest of the night is yours to see how long you can keep cutting those shapes for.

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