The Wild Eastern Rhodopes – Tailor-Made 7 Day Program

The Eastern Rhodope Mountains are well away from any major cities in the region and are located in one of the poorest areas of the country, where rural live still revolves mainly around sowing and herding cattle. It is most certainly what you call a backwater. But what a backwater!

Marvel at wild and authentic landscapes, a rarely seen diversity of wildflowers, butterflies and the highest raptor diversity in Europe! Encounter long forgotten relics from ancient times! Experience the friendliness and hospitality of the locals! Learn to appreciate and enjoy local cuisine and some of the best wine you have ever had!

You will experience all this and more during our 7-days long ‘The Wild Eastern Rhodopes’ Adventure & Culture Program.

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EXCEDO Assigned with 2016 ICAR Congress Companion Program

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45 years after becoming a member of the International Commission for Alpine Rescue (ICAR), the Bulgarian Mountain Rescue Service at the Bulgarian Red Cross was delighted to undertake the challenging task to organize and host the 68th edition of the ICAR Congress 2016, which brought together nearly 300 representatives of rescue services from all around the world.

The event took place between October 19 and 22, in the oldest Bulgarian winter resort “Borovets” and EXCEDO Travel, in particular the company’s founder and CEO Manuela Dimitrova were invited to support the organization of and implement the 4-day Companion Program.

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EXCEDO – Official Partner of GS1 in Europe Regional Forum 2016

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For the first time in its history, the 2016 edition of the GS1 in Europe* Regional Forum was held between October 17 – 21 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The Regional Forum is being held annually in a different European country and involves representatives from 47 national GS1 organizations from Europe and Asia. This year’s edition, hosted by GS1 Bulgaria was attended by nearly 300 delegates.

During the five-day event participants had the opportunity to explore the unseen face of Bulgaria’s capital and learn more about ‘Sofia’s Roman Past’ within EXCEDO Travel’s walking tour of this millennial city.

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Daring the Notorious Pirin Mountain Ridge in April

I guess most of you, or at least some, know how it feels like to get out of bed with the thought that today you want to do something you have never done before. Well, it is actually something that I experience quite often and waking up one morning two weeks ago was no different.

That being said, I decided to trek the notorious and sometimes quite scary Pirin Ridge. This is one of the longest and most challenging routs in Bulgaria – some 18 km long and usually takes about 10 hours to complete. I had attempted it twice before in summer and with almost perfect conditions, but both times something got in the way. So, I figured, let’s try in not so perfect, semi-wintery conditions in April … might actually work this time.

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