When it comes to seeing these furry animals, the best way to do it is by booking a guided tour at some of the best Transylvanian’s hides. Depending on what type of experience you are looking for, we can provide a multiple tour selection.

The first guided tour, Bear watching in the wild, is a 4 hour-long experience designed for a small group of people. The hide is situated at around 30-40 m away and it’s a place where you can usually spot a large amount of bears. This bear hide is easily accessible to individuals with mobility issues. Read here what others think about this tour!

If you are hiking enthusiasts and want a full-day tour, you can choose the Hiking & Bear Watching tour. This is a private tour and we can customize it according to your fitness level.

The next tour is  Day Trip & Bear watching in the Land of Volcanoes. This is a complete adventure as we will visit the only crater lake in Romania, Mohos Peat Bog, the largest natural gas bath in Europe (Puturosu Cave) and end with an unforgettable bear watching experience. At this bear hide, you have the chance to see deer and bears. Read here what others think about this tour!

Are you looking for an ecotourism experience? Choose the 3-day tours at Bunea or Comisu wooden cabins. This isn’t just a wildlife watching activity; it’s an ecotourism experience where you can immerse yourself in the surrounding landscapes and observe some of the most fascinating animals, including brown bears, wild boars, bison and deer.

If you are a professional photographer, the Bear Photography Experience is for you. Another option is Bear watching in the Land of Volcanoes, where the hide is designed by the famous photograph Mate Bence, well known for the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year grand title. But keep in mind that this bear hide can get very crowded. The maximum number of people allowed  is 30.

If none of the experiences above suit you, contact us, and we will find the best option for you.

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