Danube Delta


The Danube Delta (Delta Dunării), included on Unesco’s World Heritage list, is one of Romania’s leading tourist attractions.

At Tulcea, the river splits into three separate channels: the Chilia, Sulina and Sfântu Gheorghe arms, creating a constantly evolving 4187-sq-km wetland of marshes, floating reed islets and sandbars.

The region provides sanctuary for 300 species of bird and 160 species of fish. Reed marshes cover 156,300 hectares, constituting one of the largest single expanses of reed beds in the world. The delta is a heaven for wildlife lovers, birdwatchers, fishers and anyone wanting to get away from the daily routine for a few days.

The Danube Delta is one of the wonders of the world and you must definitely visit it, regardless of whether you choose to do it in spring, in summer or in the autumn months. Why is it worth visiting it? There are countless reasons.

One could be that Danube Delta hosts over 5,000 species of plants and animals. Another could be that Danube Delta is the second largest delta in Europe. At the same time, Delta is an accessible destination, it is a wonderful place, and the food is delicious. If you don’t like fish but arrived in Danube Delta you will surely fall in love with it! You will find plenty accommodation in the Danube Delta at good prices and in excellent conditions. Countless boat trips to various touristic villages or simply to fish or birdwatch can be done in Danube Delta.

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