The Danube Delta is also known as the “Paradise of the Birds”. Over 300 bird species migrate throughout the year, out of which 70 are extra-European, forming an exceptional ornithological fauna: colonies of bumblebees, storks, cormorants, pelicans, etc., including 10 species protected by law.The Delta area generates a multitude of biological resources, placing it in third place of ecological importance among the 300 reservations around the world. It also represents a huge scientific laboratory for a large number of researchers and explorers: ecologists, biologists, zoologists, ornithologists, geologists, geographers, etc.Delta’s canals are surrounded by reed and rush, and the waters are adorned with water lilies. Delta transfers visitors into a story world. The beautiful forests on the banks of the river contain shelter birds and bouquets of flowers, clusters and pastures that complete this mysterious paradise.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productTours organized by us give you the chance to explore, experience and truly understand how man’s livelihood is in communion with nature in the Danube Delta. We will spend the days of roaming peacefully, without disturbing the environment.Thus, we will see the wild delta in all its splendour, and we will observe closely the behavior of wild animals, but also the lifestyle of people, the hardships and the beauty of life in an endangered world, due to the increasing impact of man on nature.In all the tours with kayaks in the Delta, I have always had the chance to observe almost all the bird species found here, but also a lot of mammals and reptiles such as the jackal, wild boar, the famous wildlife of the Delta, which In fact, they are wild horses, the enot dog, the otter, the wild cat, and various species of snakes.On some occasions, fortunately more and more, in the spring tours in particular, sea-going at sea we join dolphins. It is an unforgettable show when you see hundreds of pelicans who, as if they were one organism, fish together with as much fun as thousands of giant storks lay above you, a wild sow growls out of a bush with a host of ……. warning you not to get close. The wild cats look at you silently from the trees, almost camouflaged. In the evening in the tent the yawn of the jackals barks you, and during the day you can admire the magnificence of a wild horses herd. All of this have been common during kayaking in the Danube Delta.Duration: 3 daysLocation: Danube Delta, Tulcea, Tulcea County, Southeast Romania