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 waterfall of Kademliiskoto praskalо is one of the marvelous creations of nature that takes your breath away.
Situated in the northern part of the biosphere reserve of Severen Djendem in Stara planina mountain, the Vidima Waterfall impresses with its enchanting beauty and majesty.
Golyama Bazovitsa River takes its source from the region of the Marinka shelter (on the eastern slopes of Botev Peak) and flows through the breathtaking rocks above Rogachevara Pestera Cave.
The largest river in the region of Apriltsi town is Vidima River, taking its source from the peak of Botev. In the region of the Mazaneto site, the water is channeled and brought to the Vidima water power station.
Cherni Vit River takes its source from the foothills of the peak of Tetevenska Baba. It flows through the Boating reserve.
The Malka reka River rising just under mountain peak Levski in the Troyan Mountain and the Golyama Reka River taking its source from the southern side of peak Jaltets north of mountain peak Kochmara are considered the source of the Stara Reka River.
Zavodna River is a tributary of Beli Vit River, flowing into it into Ribaritsa village. It springs below Vezhen Peak.
Praskalska River takes its source from of the Pileshki Polog saddle, located between the peaks of Yurushka Gramada and Paradjika.
Bagarestitsa River takes its sources from the site of Chim Koliba, east of the peak of Rosovatets.
Tsarvulstitsa River takes its sources from the region of the peak of Valchata Glava.
Gabrovnitsa River takes its sources from the foothills of the Triglav Massif, dividing it from the main crest, remaining to the North.
Tazha River takes its sources from the peak of Zelenikovets and collects in itself a number of tributaries originating from the peaks of Yurushka Gramada to the West or Triglav Massif to the East.
They are called like this because the strong wind blows between them with a typical sound resembling whistling.
The fountain has one spout, its water drain into the Studenya Ulei and flows further to the Ostershka River.
The Karlovsko Praskalo is located close to the Vasil Levski hut. It is accessed through a trail, branching left of the trail from the hut to Karlovo town.
The water comes from a spring and is extremely cold and very tasty – that is where its name comes from – Sladkata Voda (the sweet water in Bulgarian).
It is located on the trail from Divchovoto village to Momina Polyana hut.
The name of this fountain reminds the past when there was a wood-turning lathe (strujna in Bulgarian) in this place.