Bulgaria has a numerous natural landmarks and ecoparks which appeared around the country. Some of them are hidden deep in the virgin mountains and some of them covered in the shadowly forests. This is a country which has been always suitable for green tourism and many people from around the world are comming here annualy to cherish the sun and the nature. We know that the human race has evolved enormously through the years but still the most beautifull things are created from the nature. We have the duty to keep them safe and to enjoy them completely as this is part of our well being.
I will bring you to a journey throughout different regions in Bulgaria. From jaw dropping waterfalls to rocks which has been labeled as the 6th natural wonder of the world. Like the local people say “it is not important that the economy is poor, it is important that the nature is rich!”.
The first landmark is the “Belogradchishki Rocks” . Those are rocks which are judged as the 6th natural wonder of the world. They have different sizes and colours and are placed in a valley in the “Balkan” next to city of Belogradchik. There are numerous legends of a special power comming out of them and once you step your feet there you can feel that there is something special about them. The natural beauty of the place unveils a breathtaking view towards the valley and if you are more experienced in climbing you can try them!
The kroshunski waterfalls is top destination for every person visiting this part of Europe. It is a famous place in “Old Mountain” and its a special combination of waterfalls and forest. They are seven beautifull falls hidden in the downlow of the mountain. Once you go there you feel like the world has projected this only for you and it’s goal was just to make you happy.
“The God’s Eyes” cave
The god’s eyes cave is a very famous one located in central Bulgaria close to the big balkan massive. It is a cave full with numerous legends and whoever has been there has already made new once for himself. It is a breathtaking view of a rocky stelakticus giant hall which on the top of it has two holes which are very similar to the human eyes and respectivelly god’s.
It is the only cave in the world with such an attraction and the legend is that those are the eyes which connect the sky and the earth. If it is a full moon and you are lucky to be there through the night you can see the moon through the eyes and would really trust the legend yourself! It is a natural landmark and a beautifull destination for all the people who want to get intouch with the universe.
Breathtaking right? I hope you have enjoyed this weeks post and I will be looking forward for the next one which will be also the final one from the sequence. I will bring you to an adventure next week through the virgin beaches and places in Bulgaria which are still untouched by humans hand! Have a good day and see you soon!