Approx. 40-45% of Europe's brown bear population lives in the Romanian Carpathian forests. A significant part of this population is to be found in Szeklerland's forests. The mountains surrounding Gheorgheni are a good example for those who want to see a bear, there is a great chance one will, if that is also OK with the bears involved. During this silent, but eventful bear watching apart from having the chance too take pictures of the animals, participants have the chance to acquire detailed information about the habits of bears, their life, and of course local anecdotes related to the bears cannot miss from the info-package. The tours start in the late afternoon at a pre-arranged meeting place, where off-road vehicles transport the participants to the observation posts.
At the end of the program participants have the possibility to enjoy the taste of a rustic dinner.