We guarantee you a great experience among the beauty of the Kresna Gorge and the irresistible rapids of the Struma River. A wonderful combination of active fun, team excitement and refreshing splashes!We have 1-1.5 hours in water depending on the water level. Total survival is about 2.5-3 hours. The length of the track is 11 km. The main route is Class 3 of the International Six-dimensional Rock of Difficulty and is one of the most interesting, passing 13 of the most attractive rapids of the Struma River. We will enjoy the views of the peaks of Pirin, we will pass through the Tisata Reserve.If you have the power, you can complete your day with some interesting activities: archery, rope garden, climbing wall, horseback riding in the area Razlog, an eco-path walk,a visit to the healing mineral baths in Oshtava,a visit to the colorful Vlahi village, bicycle crossing.With extreme experiences and fun in nature, you relax the most and reborn in the fastest way - this is a proven fact!
Bulgaria is a country situated in south-eastern Europe, bordering Romania, Serbia, the Republic of Macedonia, Greece, Turkey and the Black Sea. Its northern border with Romania follows the Danube river until Silistra. The land area of Bulgaria is 110,550 square kilometers, slightly larger than that of Iceland or the U.S. state of Tennessee. The country is situated on the west coast of the Black Sea, with Romania to the north, Greece and Turkey to the south, and Serbia and Macedonia to the west. Considering its small size, Bulgaria has a great variety of topographical features. Even within small parts of the country, the land may be divided into plains, plateaus, hills, mountains, basins, gorges, and deep river valleys. The geographic center of Bulgaria is located in Uzana. Bulgaria features notable diversity with the landscape ranging from the Alpine snow-capped peaks in Rila, Pirin and the Balkan Mountains to the mild and sunny Black Sea coast, from the typically continental Danubian Plain (ancient Moesia) in the north to the strong Mediterranean climatic influence in the valleys of Macedonia and in the lowlands in the southernmost parts of Thrace.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Valyavishki Lakes is a group of lakes in the northern parts Pirin, southwestern Bulgaria and includes 10 lakes. They are amphitheatrically situated in the cirque of the same name. The lakes are glacial and lie on a granite bed. They are located between 2,300 and 2,475 m. Their shores are steep and rocky. Pine-scrub grows around the lakes due to the high altitude. Trout is abundant in the waters. There have been attempts to introduce the Brook trout into the lakes. The higher lakes drain into the lower ones due to their step-like situation. The group is the source of the Valyavitsa river which is a main tributary to the Demyanitsa river.
Vinogradi is a village in the municipality of Sandanski, in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria. Sandanski is a town and a recreation centre in south-western Bulgaria, part of Blagoevgrad Province. Named after revolutionary Yane Sandanski, it is located in a valley at the foot of Pirin Mountain, on both banks of the Sandanska Bistritsa River. Another famous native that probably came from the surrounding region of the town was Spartacus, the Thracian slave who launched an uprising against Rome in 73-71BC.