In 2022, the Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage celebrates its 50th anniversary.Read more >>
Annual plan for the use of mushrooms and berries that are not from medicinal plants 2022 has been announced.
The Annual Plan for the use of mushrooms and berries that are not medicinal plants 2022 has been announced by Order of the Director of Central Balkan National Park.Read more >>
The last tour dedicated to the beech forests of the Central Balkan National Park as a World Heritage Site took place
The last for 2022 organized walking tour in the beech forests of the Central Balkan – part of a serial site on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List, make more than 20 enthusiasts smiling on September 10th.Read more >>
The penultimate for 2022 organized walking tour in the beech forests of the Central Balkan – part of a serial site on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List, took place on September 3rd.Read more >>
The road town of Kalofer - Panitsite locality - Botev peak is closed for motor vehicle traffic for the purpose of tourism
By order of the Director of the Central Balkans National Park Directorate, a restricted access road, according to the Management Plan of the national park, Kalofer - Panitsike - Botev peak is closed to motor vehicle traffic for the purpose of tourisRead more >>
The Bulgarian component covers 10 989,31 ha and includes the most representative beech forests in the nine reserves located on the territory of the Central Balkan National Park – Boatin, Tsarichina, Kozya Stena, Steneto, Sokolna, Peeshti skali, Stara reka, Dzhendema and Severen Dzhendem. The reserves are the category of protected areas with the highest degree of protection according to the Bulgarian legislation, which guarantees the protection of the valuable beech communities in them. The national park and the reserves in it are among the popular destinations for hiking in Bulgaria and offer good conditions for contact with the preserved wildlife.