The nature of the Teteven region is fascinating, picturesque, exceptionally diverse, and rich of unique flora and fauna species. Two of the reserves of National Park Central Balkan are located on the territory of the Municipality of Teteven - these are Boatin and Tsarichina. The forests here take up approximately 68% of the total area of the municipality and provide the main means of living for the local population. The caves in the vicinity of Teteven, which outnumber 20, represent an interesting natural landmark and attract many tourists annually.
The Morovitsa cave is located near to the village of Glojene, Teteven region.
The cave was named after the two brothers Seyuo and Sayuo, who hid themselves there from the Turks during the yoke. During the reorganization of the cave there were found animal bones, clay vessels, coins dating back from the time of the Roman Empire and Emperor Anthony.
Kostina River is a tributary to Beli Vit river, flowing into in Ribaritsa village. It originates from the main crest of the mountain – the peaks of Bratanitsa and Bulovanya.
Cherni Vit River takes its source from the foothills of the peak of Tetevenska Baba. It flows through the Boating reserve.
Beli Vit River is formed by the rivers of Stara Ribaritsa and Chernata Reka River, which flow together in the region of the Stara Ribaritsa neighborhood.
Zavodna River is a tributary of Beli Vit River, flowing into it into Ribaritsa village. It springs below Vezhen Peak.
Facilities with tourist information about the Park are built here, including an arch, signs with general information about the Central Balkan, map and rules of behavior.
It is located along the trail from Ribaritsa village to Eho hut.
This stop-over site is in a site of Lyava Reka, named after the left tributary of Kostina River.
The “Skoka” (Jump) Waterfall is located in the Lestvitsa Mountain, on a 3 km asphalt road south of downtown Teteven. The distance between the town and the beautiful natural phenomenon can be walked in 20 minutes.
Just as the name suggests this stop-over site is located in the site of Seneva Polyana – a opening close to the boundary of Boatin reserve.