Duration of 6 days, accommodation for 5 nights, 4 days walk
We will travel by minibus from Bucharest to Tihuta Pass and from Vatra Dornei back to Bucharest
We will walking from Valea Strajii to Vatra Dornei, a 84 kilometers journey from Transylvania to Bucovina
Making a yoga class in every day
All luggage will be carried by a minibus from one accommodation to another
The entire experience will be documented photographically
Day 1, Monday. We gather at 6 o’clock and leave by minibus to Tihuta Pass where we spend a fabulous evening on the Tasuleasa Social campus with yoga session, visit to the pedagogical forest and with campfire.
Day 2, Tuesday. In the morning the minibus will take us to Valea Strajii, from where we start on the path on the first stage of walking, with a length of 13 kilometers, to Piatra Fantanele (Tasuleasa Social campus), where we do a yoga session, we dance, we tell stories.
Day 3, Wednesday. From the Tasuleasa Social campus we start in a stage of 18 kilometers between Piatra Fantanele and Lunca Ilvei, with a stop at a local household where we will have lunch.
Day 4, Thursday. We enjoy a new stage of 23 kilometers, the longest of our expedition, crossing a swamp, passing under a viaduct, we drink the mineral water from a spring – between Lunca Ilvei and Poiana Negrii.
Day 5, Friday. We start from Poiana Negrii and we only stop over 20 kilometers, in Vatra Dornei, where we will spend the last night of this wonderful adventure.
Day 6, Saturday. Early in the morning we start to Bucharest, an 9-hour road trip.
Friendly and professional English-speaking private tour guides
A professional photographer and an accredited yoga instructor
Tips about the necessary equipment and preparatory training
Accommodation for 5 nights
Transport by private car
Transport of luggage from one accommodation to another
5 x dinners
5 x lunches
5 x breakfast
Meals, other than mentioned in the itinerary
Tips for guide/ driver
Various expenses such as room service, beverages, personal calls and souvenirs, etc.
Not suitable for:
People with mobility impairments
Safety measures in place
All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
(Age 18 to 60)
What to bring:
Passport or ID card
Waterproof walking shoes
Not allowed pets