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With over 5 years of experience in the transport of people in the Danube Delta, we continuously improve our services.
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Transport services

We make daily trips on the route
Mahmudia - Murighiol - Sf. Gheorghe
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Careful! Landing or boarding at St. George can be done at Delta Marina, Green Village or Bakery.

TIME SCHEDULE

Departure from Sf. Gheorghe

08:00   11:00   14:00   17:00


Departure from Mahmudia

09:30   12:30   15:30   18:30


Departure from Murighiol

09:40   12:40   15:40   18:40


Departure from Tulcea

15:00

TRANSPORT PRICES

Sf. Gheorghe - Murighiol

50 lei/pers


Sf. Gheorghe - Mahmudia

55 lei/pers


Sf. Gheorghe - Tulcea

80 lei/pers

DURATION

Sf. Gheorghe - Murighiol

50 min


Sf. Gheorghe - Mahmudia

60 min


Sf. Gheorghe - Tulcea

1h 20 min

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Our boats are up to date with all safety standards and comfort is also not missing.

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Murighiol

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Trips

We do excursions in The Danube Delta having as a captain a local person who is also a guide, he will be also sharing some of his knowledge about this places at the same time.

Sf. Gheorghe - Sacalin Island

Sf. Gheorghe - Turkish Backwater - Meleaua Lagoon(bird reservation) - Sacalin Island - Flamanda Rivulet - Turkish Backwater - Old Fishery - Sf. Gheorghe

St. Gheorghe-Sacalin Island route takes a boat ride to the canals and lagoons mentioned above to enjoy the wonderful view of the Delta and at the same time the captain who will be the guide will tell you the secrets of those places. The whole route takes about 2-3 hours.
Sacalin Island is a new island (formed about 150 years ago) in the Black Sea, at a short distance from the Romanian coast, at the right side of St. George s Danube Delta.
Sacalin was originally formed from two smaller islands: Sacalinu Mare and Sacalinu Mic . Over time, the two have joined together and formed a single piece of land with an area of ​​21,410 hectares.
Fauna. A large variety of birds, mammals and reptiles inhabits the island. Here are the largest colonies of sea chale and pelicans, the island being the main nesting, nourishing and wintering area of ​​these species. 229 bird species were reviewed on the island. In the waters of the island there are rare fish, sturgeons, but also rare plants, such as sea cabbage and waterhole s canary.
Sacalin Island is not to be confused with the island of Sahalin, the largest Russian island, located in the northern Pacific Ocean.

Sf. Gheorghe - Tuzla Wreck

Sf. Gheorghe - Turkish Backwater - Meleaua Lagoon(bird reservation) - Sacalin Island - Tuzla Wreck - Ceotika Rivulet - Old Fishery - Sf. Gheorghe

The route Sf. Gheorghe-Epava Tuzla requires boat ride on the canals and lagoons mentioned above to enjoy the wonderful view of the Delta and at the same time the captain who will be the guide will tell you the secrets of those places. The whole route takes about 2-3 hours.
Sacalin Island is a new island (formed about 150 years ago) in the Black Sea, at a short distance from the Romanian coast, at the right of St. George s Danube Delta. br /> Sacalin Island was originally formed from two smaller islands: Sacalinu Mare and Sacalinu Mic . Over time, the two have joined together and formed a single piece of land with an area of ​​21,410 hectares.
Fauna. A great variety of birds, mammals and reptiles inhabit the island. Here are the largest colonies of sea chale and pelicans, the island being the main nesting, nourishing and wintering area of ​​these species. 229 bird species were reviewed on the island. In the waters of the island there are rare fish, sturgeons, but also rare plants, such as sea cabbage and canary balti.
Sacalin Island is not to be confused with the island of Sahalin, the largest Russian island in the Pacific North.
In the spring of 1983, in the southern part of the Sacalin Peninsula in the Danube Delta, the Tuzla tug , which was operating the Constanta Harbor Enterprise, failed. Over the last 34 years, the wreck of the ship has become a nesting place for several rare bird species on the territory of the reserve, including the Silver Seagull, the Little Cormorant or the Curly Pelican .
Nearby there is an area where swans are snaking, which now dresses the winter plumage, preparing for migration. Here, in salty water, the wild sturgeon grows up to one year old. In addition, the territory is also visited by dolphins .

Sf. Gheorghe - Caraorman Forest

Sf. Gheorghe - Erenciuc Rivulet - Erenciuc Lake - Mocansca Rivulet - Puiu Lake - Caraorman Rivulet - Caraorman Forest - Caraorman Rivulet - Puiu Lake - Bilencu Lake - Red Lake - Andrew Rivulet - Eugen Lake - Tataru Rivulet - Sf. Gheorghe

The route Sf. Gheorghe-Padurea Caraorman requires a boat ride on the canals and lakes mentioned above to enjoy the wonderful view of the Delta and at the same time the captain who will be the guide will tell you the secrets of those places. At Caraorman we will sit for about 2 hours and depending on how you want to spend time you can visit the famous Caraorman Forest and you can also serve a traditional fish meal. The whole route takes about 5 hours.
Caraorman Forest (2250ha): The Caraorman Forest occupies the central part of the Caraorman Pile located in the southern part of the Sulina Branch. The protection zone includes the most developed sand dunes in the delta and the Caraorman Forest.
Caraorman Forest : declared in 1940 a natural monument, is a forest of oaks (over 30 m tall), ash, poplar Mediterranean: liane reaching 25 m as well as huntable plants such as: wild vines, ivy, hops, hornbeam . Here is the largest oak in the Danube Delta, 400 years old and a four-meter-long, oak tree called the kneeling Oak , due to the branches that stretched to the ground. /> In this forest, codalb eagle nests have been reported through the protection of the forest while ensuring the protection of this species. What distinguishes it from the Letea forest is the lack of the Greek blade and the steppe viper.
Sandy dunes near the unique village in the country, often exceeding 7 m in height, reaching up to 9 m tall.

Sf. Gheorghe - Sulina

Sf. Gheorghe - Tataru Rivulet - Eugen Lake - Andrew Rivulet - Red Lake - Rosulet Lake - Red Stinking Rivulet - Sulina - Busurca Rivulet - Tataru Rivulet - Sf. Gheorghe

The route Sf. Gheorghe-Sulina takes a boat ride on the canals and lakes mentioned above to enjoy the wonderful view Delta offers and at the same time the captain who will be the guide will tell you the secrets of those places. At the sulina we will sit for about 2 hours and depending on how you want to spend time you can visit the following attractions and you can also serve a traditional meal from fish. The whole route takes about 5 hours.
Sulina is the only city of the Delta with the function of the Black Sea port, a settlement dating back to 950 BC. The city of the ancient Thracians, Sulina was seen as an important port and a vital marsh and river node for European trade. Although there is not much evidence of the appearance of this settlement, it is believed that Sulina would have existed long before it was mentioned in the Byzantine chronicles. Sulina gained town status in the nineteenth century, making the former fishing village an important locality at European level.
Beach is probably the main attraction of the city and is located 2 km from Sulina. It can be reached by maxi taxi or, for those who prefer the movement, on foot in 20-30 minutes.
The Observatory Lighthouse was put into operation in 1841 but is currently not usable. It is located on the left bank of the Danube and is connected to the mainland by a stone pier. This inscription still retains the inscriptions of those who participated in its construction. This is where filming took place for the movie All Panels Up.
The Greek Church of St. Nicholas is located on one of the streets near the Sulina Canal and dates back to 1866.
The water tower is in good working order today, the exact date of construction is not known. Interestingly, locals say that during the Second World War, the Germans wanted to blow up the tower but only failed to damage the top.
The Sulina Cemetery . One of the most impressive cemeteries in Romania is Sulina. Some call it international, others maritime, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural or the European Commission of the Danube Cemetery. In its perimeter are buried citizens of 21 nationalities, belonging to Christian, Muslim and Jewish cults. Some funerary monuments are true works of art.

Sf. Gheorghe - Letea

Sf. Gheorghe - Tataru Rivulet - Eugen Lake - Andrew Rivulet - Red Lake - Rosulet Lake - Red Stinking Rivulet - Sulina City - Magearu Rivulet - Letea - Magearu Rivulet - Sulina Rivulet - Busurca Rivulet - Tataru Rivulet - Sf. Gheorghe

The route Sf. Gheorghe-Letea takes a boat ride on the canals and lakes mentioned above to enjoy the wonderful view of the delta and at the same time the captain will tell the secrets of those places. At the sulina we will spend about 2 hours and depending on how you want to spend time you can visit the attractions of this town and you can also serve a traditional fish meal. Then we will continue the trip to Letea. At Letea we will spend about 3 hours in which you can spend the time going in a safari (this is done by a local who will walk you with a trocar and will tell you everything about these places) to visit the village but the famous forest and you can eat a traditional fish meal (this will be served at a traditional Lipovian house). The route takes about 8 hours.
At the Letea , one of the first reserves in Romania (from the 1930s of the last century), we are in the north of the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve, about 20 km north of Sulina and very little neighboring country , Ukraine.
Letea Forest is the oldest Natural Reservation in Romania - declared a protected area in 1938 - and the northernmost subtropical forest in Europe. It s like an oasis in the middle of the desert, because the dryness around the forest makes its head. After crossing the green stripe with plants that are more strange and apparently unable to survive the climate in Romania, you can hardly climb the sand dunes of Grind Letea. Millions of years ago, here was a big ass, now I remember the millions of shrimps hidden in the sand. It s a strange but enchanting landscape.
Lippod houses . Most homes are built in a traditional style and people are good and lucky and this makes the village so special.
Here are liane whose lengths can reach even 25 meters. It is, in fact, the only place in the world, apart from the tropics, where there are tree lianas. Their appearance here is somewhat bizarre, but it would seem to come from the carats of migratory birds, and the favorable climate of Letea forest has favored their spreading. You will also be amazed by the wildlife > that you can see all the way. Equally strange is another aspect: many of the oaks have twisted twigs like a pretzel, incrusted and turned, as if we were in a magical realm.
The animals found at Letea such as wild boar, boar, fox, otter, venomous viper, eagles, soybeans are also storytelling. The Codalb Eagle is the largest bird you can find if you are lucky; Codalb is a huge wingspan of 2.5 meters. What makes it different from the Caraorman forest is the presence of the Greek brier and the steppe viper. Wild Horses . They are the descendants of horses freed or escaped by the locals throughout the time. Locals say thousands of horses live in these places, places that are protected to be protected, are half-buried. It seems amazing that so many horses live in a medium with little food, but they do it. In longer winters, horses take advantage of anything at hand. A truncated tree trunk becomes useful, the bark is rooted by these horses. They make wounds in the mouth if they have too much bark, but eventually this is part of the flight s sslbatics.
Letea Salt Lake .
Letea Forest is only built on sand. It s the only place in the country where oaks and ashes have adapted to live on the sand.
The landscape is hallucinatingly beautiful: sand dunes like in a dessert, sometimes covered with trees and low vegetation, stretch as you see.

Sf. Gheorghe - Cormorants

Sf. Gheorghe - Tataru Rivulet - Sf Gheorghe plantation(reservation of cormorants) - Tataru Rivulet - Sf. Gheorghe

Cormorants are a family of aquatic birds that are part of the Pelecaniformes order. They are middle-sized birds living and growing youngsters in colonies and sometimes reaching considerable size.
The Cormorants are of medium size with a body length between 0.45 and 1.0 m, weighing between 360 and 2800 grams.
The color of plumage is black cormorants and dark blue cormorants which during the boiling time have a metallic gloss. Birds do not have a particular sexual dimorphism, males are generally larger than females.
Cormorants have a brownish-gray color on the abdomen with lighter shades.
Cormorans have a finished beak like a hook, a long neck, and a rounded tail made of rigid feathers. They do not have uropigene glands, so, after repeated dives, they dry their feathers with their wings lying in the sunbeam.
Cormorants live on the seashore but also near ponds or rivers surrounded by vegetation.

Cormorants are diurnal birds and eat a large quantity of fish, hunting them through their quick pursuit under water. They are not approved by fishermen because of the high consumption of fish which can be between 5 and 60 cm in length, or because they sometimes break the fishing nets. Besides fish, they consume snails, mollusks, crustaceans, small worms and cephalopods.
In Romania, three species of cormorant live in the Danube Delta: Phalacrocorax carbo (91 cm) Phalacrocorax pygmaeus (48 cm) Phalacrocorax aristotelis (76 cm) br /> Cormorants make nests, on the site chosen by the male, in colonies on the ground, in trees or rocks. The male lures the female during mating by wings of the wings and the yellow color in the neck region. The nest is made by both partners of gravel, branches, or guano. The female only submits 3-4 eggs once a year that will be fed with parents. 23-35 days will hatch chickens, which are initially golased and will be covered with a fluff a week. The chicken feed is administered with the beak in the laryngeal sac of the parents.
A cormorant reaches an average age of 10 to 15 years, with large species reaching 30 years.

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