2,200 square miles of rivers, canals, marshes, tree-fringed lakes and reed islands


Take a 4 - day tour of the Danube Delta and discover a splendid destination filled with amazing sceneries. We begin in Bucharest, continue with Tulcea and reach the welcoming Danube Delta, one of the most popular attractions in Romania, included in UNESCO's World Heritage list.

The Danube Delta - over 4,000 square kilometres in all - is one of the great glories of Europe. It is a premier wildlife sanctuary and paradise for birdwatchers and photographers alike.

Apart from its rich wildlife, the Delta is simply a beautiful place to relax aboard our vessel.

We make our way through a maze of channels fringed by vast reed beds and ancient willow trees. Whilst different birds are seen depending on the month of visiting, most people will see the spectacular White Pelican. Vast quantities of birds congregate here, including grebes, falcons, egrets, swans and cormorants.

The marshy conditions make life difficult for the birds' terrestrial predators, making the delta an even more attractive haven and breeding ground.

Much of this can be enjoyed from the deck of our pontoon. We will also take time to visit a village in the Delta. These are some of the most remote settlements in Europe, far away from any roads.