Tour grade: Moderate
This tour offers an opportunity to explore the magnificent beauty of a very picturesque area in the heart of Shar mountains, our most beautiful mountain range. In this area, around 72 rivers form valleys and canyons. Here you can also see the famous shepherd dog named after this mountain.
We will have the opportunity to enjoy the view of the beautiful Leshnichka river and its amazing environment that abounds with numerous mountain peaks, stunning landscapes, and waterfalls. At the very end of the tour, we will be welcomed in an excellent fish restaurant near Vrutok, the spring of Vardar, our longest river...
Leshnica tour 2013
Tour grade: Moderate
This tour offers an opportunity to explore the beauty of Malesevo mountains in the eastern part of Macedonia, at whose slopes lies the small town of Berovo.
The ecological zone Malesevo is pure untouched nature with breathtaking sceneries. At altitude of 1000 meters, near the village Ratevo, surrounded by tall pines, is situated an artificial lake called Berovo or Ratevo Lake. At 850 meters above the sea level, is situated in the town of Berovo which is one of the four corridors in the world with the highest concentration of oxygen. In this area, you will see cultural and historical heritage, ethnography, wood handicrafts, and will taste delicious dishes and the famous cheese of Berovo...
Berovo tour 2013
Tour grade: Medium
This tour offers the possibility to explore the beauty of the national park Mavrovo, situated on the mountain Bistra. We will two authentic mountain villages in this Miak region, Lazaropole and Galicnik.
Lazaropole is accomodate at 1350 meters above the sea level, and is the second biggest village in this region. The village is well known for its authentic architecture, rich cultural and historical heritage. This is the only place where wild roses grow in Macedonia.
Galicnik is situated on the slopes of the mountain bistra at a hight of 1400 meters above the sea level. This village, as well is known by the authentic architecture of the houses, but also by the large pastures and local cheese…