Why to visit Bulgaria? Because we are going to the country with:

1.Two of TEN SPIRITUAL PLACES WITH THE STRONGEST ENERGY FIELD: https://gostica.com/spiritual-lifestyle/top-10-spiritual-centers-with-strong-energy/

2. The oldest gold treasure discovered in the world https://visit.varna.bg/en/sights/preview/293.html

IF YOU VISIT THIS PLACE – ( N 1 of the TEN SPIRITUAL PLACES WITH THE STRONGEST ENERGY FIELD – the next 4 photos ) DURING THE PERIOD OF 17-22. August, any year, we’ll show you the only place in the world (the next 4 photos) where you can see thousands of people in a special energy practice – a dance that plays live music with violins, improves every system in the person.




Video: https: // www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHWpuqfeoug 


Оf course at any time of the year we also make the following trips on energy and special places in Bulgaria.

Just write us mail to: bulgaria.videlei@abv.bg

All this is real, and you can see ( 6-day trip with 5 overnights ) and have lunch in these places


Еnergy places and the wonders of Bulgaria:




One day in Rila ( THAT APPLIES TO THE FIRST 4 PICTURES ) walking around its pearls: The Seven Rila Lakes. During the last few years this destination has become one of the most popular places for one-day hiking tours in the Rila Mountains. The reasons are several: impressive nature beauty, easy access by chairlift, variety of paths and hiking routes in the area. If you wish to make your walk harder or easier your guide will be able to adjust the group programme accordingly. Mind that this is a group tour, so the pace is decided among all participants.

A transfer from Sofia takes us to the Panichishte Resort cable car with the help of which we reach the Seven Rila Lakes Cirque. Then we start exploring them one by one. Each lake is named after its most characteristic feature. The highest one (at 2500m/8200ft above sea level) is called Salzata („The Tear“), from where we have a bird’s eye view over all seven lakes, as well as surrounding outcrops and deep valleys; the next one in height carries the name Okoto („The Eye“) after its oval form; Babreka („The Kidney“) is the lake with the steepest shores of the entire group; Bliznaka („The Twin“) is the largest of all; Trilistnika („The Trefoil“) has an irregular shape; the shallowest lake is Ribnoto Ezero („The Fish Lake“) and the lowest one is Dolnoto Ezero („The Lower Lake“; 2100m/6995ft), where the water that flows out of the other lakes is gathered to form the source of Dzherman River.
Food: if you have forgotten to take a lunch pack or a sandwich with you, you can take advantage of the meals on offer in the two huts on our way. The menu is limited though: soups (lentils, beans), grilled meat and some basic meals.

Difficulty: this walking route is moderately arduous, with individual brief paths featuring steep inclines. Please bring along comfortable hiking boots. Sandals and flip-flops are not accepted. Rain jacket might be useful in summer as heavy showers sometimes occur in the afternoons. Note that a guided and a self-guided option is available (see below price details).

Transfer timefrom Sofia – 3-3,30hrs
Walking time: 4-5 hrs (moderate difficulty)
Best period: mid June-mid September

English-speaking guide

The price does not include: Food and drinks; Personal expenses; Chairlift tickets (9 Euro per person, can be booked online); Walking poles (15 Euro per person, can be booked online)


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