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Wilderness and Breathtaking Landscapes: Romanian Nature

Romania is one of Europe’s most diverse countries. To put it another way, there are more different kinds of environments and wildlife to see here than anywhere else on the continent. If you’re a fan of the outdoors, this may be the best reason to visit Romania.

Some 30% of Danube’s course and half Carpathian chain are on Romanian soil. To make it even more biodiverse, the Black Sea and Danube Delta have been included.

nature in Romania

Deforestation and habitat loss threaten the Carpathians.

Over 20 percent of Romanian territory is protected by law, but the Carpathian wilderness is under threat from human and infrastructure development.

Dobraia

One biosphere reserve, the Danube Delta, and hundreds of Natura 2000 sites make up Romania’s 13 national parks; the only exception is the Macinului Mountains in Dobrogea, which are in the Carpathian chain. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites include the Danube Delta and nearly 24,000 hectares of virgin beech forests.

Calimani, Ceahlau, Cheile Bicazului, Cheile Nerei-Beusnita and Defileul Jiului are all Romanian national parks. The Macin Mountains and the Rodnei Mountains are also national parks. Semenic-Cheile Carasului and Semenic-Cheile Nerei-Beusnita are two other Romanian national parks.

The Danube Delta, wetlands, and the Black Sea

Danube Delta

To see something completely different from the Carpathians, Romania is also a great option. With 19 internationally significant wetlands, the Danube Delta is the largest.

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