Carpathian Mountains private tour

With a nature lover’s dream package available at the moment, now is the ideal time to hop on a plane and retreat in the wilderness of the Carpathian Mountains. Let Azzurytt take you off the beaten path to picturesque and hidden places that few travelers ever reach. Layer upon layer of intense beauty awaits, and we’ll unveil it all. Few journe ys offer such an inspiring blend of adventure, beauty and elegance.

Explore the Carpathian Mountains in a comfortable 4×4 chauffeured car !

Buzau – Covasna
At least 4 days
All year round

Azzurytt services:
Customized itinerary planning and travel arrangements, Private sedan / minivan with professional English speaking driver (-guide) at disposal, Personal tour manager at disposal (available on request)
Varies depending on season, tour length, number of guests, included special activities and other custom preferences
Important notes:
This tour is selling out incredibly fast so booking with at least 6 months in advance is strongly recommended

Tailor made this tour of Carpathian Mountains for me


A destination that will sooth your soul and heart
Are you a busy executive looking to detach from your career demands and seeking more secluded locations where you can really enjoy the surroundings without constant interruptions of phone calls and emails ? We are thinking to propose you destinations so remote that some don’t even have GSM covering ! Instead you will have the great opportunity to do some soul searching. Or soothing. It’s totally up to you.

Chic rustic chalet exclusively for you !

Wilderness retreat cabin in Sweep CarpathiansWe’ve seen your future. And there’s snow. A lot of it. Crunching under your feet. Crispy fresh air. A white forest landscape unfolding to your eyes. And a head of state’s hunting cabin…

60 ha of virgin forest, 3 ha of gardens and only ecologic ingredients, from own vegetable and trout farm or carefully checked farms, cooked after old local recipes with filtered mountain source water

Inside the cozy rooms the fireplace is lit. Romanian flavours coming from the generous helpings cooked in the kitchen tantalize your senses. It smells of boiled wine with cinnamon. The beautiful decorations remind you of childhood and the season music completes the atmosphere. Christmas will be celebrated here with camp fire and carols that will guide Santa Claus easier among the fir trees, while the New Year’s Eve celebrations will include midnight champagne and fireworks.

Set among charming woodland in Southern Carpathians, this is the most suitable retreat for families and friends who want to enjoy their mountain holidays in relaxed soul southing green or white surroundings – depending on the season (plus there’s a fascinating collection of movies and books available exclusively for you). Built in 1985 for dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and restored in 2000 as luxury cabin with closed circuit, this impressive remote estate is very child friendly and offers complimentary access to a variety of indoor and outdoor entertainment facilities: tennis court, ping-pong, billiards, swimming pool, sports equipment, children playground, games, wireless Internet.

The only NO you ever wanted to hear. Book and enjoy your holiday in Romania for a positive 'Just Say No' experience:

  • NO traffic
  • NO neighbors
  • NO GPS coverage**

Most probably you will discover that 6 days are not enough to explore the nearby attractions:

  • wisents’ reservation,
  • two waterfalls,
  • the castle,
  • Eagles Lake,
  • monastery,
  • dam,
  • horse riding classes at the stud farm …

Do you wish to spend more time in this magic forest ?

** you can still keep in touch with your home world if you wish as there is a steady phone and Internet connection

Stay where the heir of the royal crown of Great Britain is hosted when His Royal Highness comes to Romania

Carpathian Mountains private tour - Romania | AzzuryttIt is true that this retreat is in top most unusual hotels in Europe, next to cave style accommodation units, glass igloos and former prisons. But not because Charles, Prince of Wales is an occasional guest and his son – Prince Harry – also stayed here. Place of myth and legend where the wolves howling still gives you creeps at night, Transylvania is one of the most beautiful areas in Romania. And this village is located in the most picturesque unspoiled valley of Carpathian Mountains.
Preserving its Rennaissance architecture from the 16th century, the former hunting manor now belongs to a real Transylvanian count. An aristocrat known for his impeccable manners and ability to speak 5 languages, Count Tibor Kalnoky and his wife were among the guests at the wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton. Project manager for Prince Charles’ properties in Romania, the count has a family pedigree dating back to the 12th century. Not to mention his great uncle Gustav was prime minister of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. So you’re in good company !

Traditional houses in the village of Miclosoara - The Count’s Cottages

RUTH CHEN: “The property was a world of experience. Staying in a little village, with different houses along the same streets, that was a refreshing change from city life.”

FRIEDRICH NIEMANN:It is no longer a secret. The Prince of Wales is an occasional visitor. Count Tibor Kalnoky restored a part of his family’s former estate and now offers guest rooms in different buildings scattered around the village. All rooms are amazingly comfortable, decorated in the traditional style, with antiques and old books, tea and coffee making facilities and very comfortable bathrooms. (…) Dinner is served family style, meaning that most of the guests sit at long tables and enjoy good country style fare. Apart from the comfort of the accommodation and the overall flair of the place, it is this family atmosphere which attracts me most. Every time I visited I have enjoyed unforgettable evenings, spent in the company of total strangers, (…) or swapping stories over wine(…) Noteworthy too is that the guesthouse organises all kinds of tours and trips during your stay, be it wildlife walking tours in the neighbouring woods or trips to Brasov or the fortified churches of the area. A very nice touch (…) is the absence of TV’s in the rooms or telephones – silence is golden !

Take an evening ride amidst Transylvanian wildlife and rural paradise

Renowned for its rich variety, the natural landscape here remained largely unspoiled. Rolling hills nesting tiny villages and covered here and there by forests and wild flower meadows will take you into another century. In this spectacular landscape, the horses – Lipizzaner, Arabian and other noble breeds – are still the main mean of transportation. Accompanied by a Transylvanian count and villagers, your small private group of riders will make a charming stop at the count family’s manor. While you appreciate the story of life in Transylvania (Beyond the Forest) and the architecture of this unique museum, your horse for sure will appreciate the flavored apples in the ancient orchards… In the evening you will leave the castle’s wide park for another horseback riding trek. Now you will spot and watch from safe distance, stags and deer and other wild animals.

Winter romance in the woods

Take one of the most unusual European hotels, add a candle lit dinner with champagne and nature trips for two and you’ll have the perfect recipe to fire up your partner. Welcomed by the host with homemade gingerbread and brandy, you will soon enjoy either a romantic hike to the cave or a short walk around the mysterious lake to admire the snowy hills. Return to the cosy atmosphere of the lit fireplace to taste traditional winter products and organic dishes. This candle light dinner with champagne and cake as dessert is really making your hearts fly… New day, new activities in the middle of the nature ! This time a horse sleigh or carriage trip with picnic and mulled wine. Depending on weather conditions you can even go hunting for traces of wild animals in the snow !

The Prince of Wales's Guesthouse

Even Prince Charles was so charmed by this valley that he turned a 200-year old property from the small village into a royal residence. It has a series of small cottages surrounding a central courtyard. And Vanity Fair included it in top 8 most beautiful private estates in the world.

“Upstairs in the main room is a small mezzanine with some armchairs, and a curious little internal balcony with a comfortable chair looking over a view of the forest outside. They told us that the Prince of Wales likes to sit in this chair and contemplate the incredible landscape. They say he really likes Romania, the food, the village life and it’s biodiversity” said Rupert Wolfe Murray, PR consultant.

Secluded Transylvanian hideaway

Feel like being part of a counts family on a magnificent estate nestled at the foot of the Carpathians Mountains, right next to thousands of hectares of untouched Transylvanian wilderness. Dating back to the 16th century, the castle was built on the remaining of an early fortified building which is suspected to be burned down in the liberation war of Transylvania. All ceilings on the first floor were covered (currently painted over) with frescoes from 1867 when the castle was extended and redecorated. Find out about the 50 m long tunnel connected to the castle and many other captivating stories, taste dishes cooked after 100 years old recipes and enjoy the beauty of the 18th century park with old trees and ponds. Enjoy leisurely breakfasts and all sorts of less usual activities on the estate of this counts family and the surroundings:

  • bear watching,
  • coach / slade tour in the village,
  • guided hiking tour,
  • drawing with a bow hand made after the ancient ones of the Magyar tribes,
  • picnics with wine,
  • formal dining “al Fresco” under century old pine trees,
  • classic or romantic movies watching in the park while sipping a glass of Veuve Cliquot bubbles,
  • rowing on the lake,
  • massage,
  • lake skating (during winter)…