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Ecotourism in Neamt County – Bison Land

29 November 2022 No Comment

Bison Land Ecotourism destination is the place where nature, spirituality, culture and traditions come together in perfect harmony, to create a unique visitor’s experience! Bison Land ecotourism destination encompasses Vânători-Neamţ Natural Park, Târgu Neamţ town, Agapia, Bălţăteşti, Crăcăoani and Vânători-Neamţ communes. It is the only place in Europe where bison can be seen in freedom, semi-freedom and captivity, at the same time.

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Spirituality is it is an indissoluble part of the ecotourism destination. The region is the 2nd most crowded monastic settlement after Mount Atos, with more than 1100 monks and nuns living in the monasteries and hermitages in the area. Another unique tourist attraction in Europe are the monastic villages of Agapia and Văratec.

In March 2022, Bison Land won the “public vote” distinction at the awarding ceremony of Top 100 Sustainable Destinations, and is the only ecotourism destination in Romania included since 2017 in this top of the most sustainable destinations worldwide.

Once in the area, you will most certainly get the best of comfort by booking your stay at one of the many guesthouses and have lunch at one of the restaurants that will spoil you with tasty cuisine: https://www.viziteazaneamt.ro/cazare-neamt/cazare-zona-targu-neamt/

Discover Bison Land, with over 60 bisons living in the wilderness, 21 monasteries and hermitages in the area, 18 amazing hiking, cycling and thematic trails, and 5 protected areas!

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See the accommodation possibilities from Neamt County

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