Wolf watching short break: experience Grey wolves and mountain landscapes in the Transylvanian Carpathians, Romania.
available November-early December, end of January-February, depending on snow conditions
Wolf watching short break in Brasov area, Transylvania, Romania: wolf watching, hiking in the Carpathians. Through time, one of the most important ways to survive was camouflage. Wolves are very shy animals due to the numerous persecutions from people, who learned the art of camouflage the hard way. This trip gives you the opportunity to look for wolves in their natural habitat, at safe distance to minimize the negative impact of our activities on these magnificent carnivores.
for environmental reasons the size of the group is 2-6 persons
difficulty grade: D – click here for explanations
2 is the minimum number of field days we recommend for wolf watching in the wild to increase your chances to see wild wolves in completely natural and uncontrolled conditions. In fact the more days you can spend in the field – the higher chances of success.
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