Romanian adventure travel: Relive the Transylvanian legends amidst turreted castles, elegant and colourful medieval towns, Saxon villages and the 300-year-old wooden churches of Maramures.

Explore wild Carpathian Mountain forests where brown bears, lynx & wolf roam free, and the wide open waters of the Danube Delta, where the mighty river melts into the Black Sea.

Nowhere is the soul of gothic, medieval Europe better preserved than in this atmospheric country, where the timeless Romani way of life continues to thrive.

Romanian Castle
  • 28 May – 6 Jun 2021 (10 days).
  • Grade 2/3 (Entry Level).
  • Bucharest, medieval towns, Bran Castle, Viscri UNESCO Site & Bear Watching.

from £1,499

Carpathian Mountains, Romania
  • 1 – 11 July 2021 (11 days).
  • Grade 7 (Challenging).
  • Bucegi, Piatra Craiului & Fagaras Mountains, Wildlife Tracking & Moldoveanu Peak.

from £1,599

Romanian Castle
  • 24 Sep – 3 Oct 2021 (10 days).
  • Grade 2/3 (Entry Level).
  • Bucharest, medieval towns, Bran Castle, Viscri UNESCO Site & Bear Watching

from £1,499

Carpathian Mountains, Romania
  • 23 Sep – 3 Oct 2021 (11 days).
  • Grade 7 (Challenging).
  • Bucegi, Piatra Craiului & Fagaras Mountains, Wildlife Tracking & Moldoveanu Peak.

from £1,599

  • 4 day add-on
  • Grade 3 (Entry)
  • UNESCO 300 yr-old wooden churches, Merry Cemetery, Victims of Communism Memorial.

from £499

  • 3 day add-on
  • Grade 2 (Entry)
  • Historic Constanta, Harbour town of Tulcea, Bird watching boat trip, spectacular wildlife

from £515

Customise and extend your Romanian Adventure by first visiting the Maramures region in Northern Romania, where the 300 year old UNESCO Heritage wooden churches and traditional rural lifestyle take you back in time.  Or, after your adventure, let us take you east to the coast, where the Danube meets the Black Sea, for an immersion in nature.   Visit the page for your Romanian adventure for details.

“If you feel adventurous look no further, YellowWood Adventures can undoubtedly offer this!”

Renato Granieri, 2018 National Geographic Traveller photography grand prize winner, London