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Offer 2

Program 2:
Day 1
Arrival Sofia Airport. Dinner and Overnight stay in a first class hotel in Sofia- Hotel “ Nicki” 3*- www.hotel-niky.com
Day 2
After breakfast, sightseeing of Sofia, then a mid- morning departure for the famous Rila Monastery. Afternoon drive to Plovdiv – the second largest city in Bulgaria. Accommodation- Hotel ” Seven Hills” 3*. Dinner. Overnight. www.hotel-sevenhills.com
Day 3
After breakfast sightseeing tour of Plovdiv. Lunch at “Todoroff “ wine cellar with wine tasting. Take a short afternoon drive to one of the oldest and most magnificent Bulgarian monasteries- Bachkovo Monastery , located 28 km south of Plovdiv. Back to Plovdiv. Dinner. Overnight – Hotel “Seven Hills” 3*
Day 4
Morning drive to “Vitoshko” Hunting Farm. Accommodation. Overnight.
Day 5
Hunting Day. Overnight
Day 6
Hunting Day. Overnight
Day 7
Hunting Day. Overnight
Day 8
Time to go home.
Prices per person accommodated in double room:               1485 Euro
Supplement for single accommodation:       275 Euro
Prices include:
-       All local taxes and insurance
-       VAT
-    Entrance fees for the sights
-      All transfers through the tour
-      Accommodation on full board
-      Guide through all the journey
-      3 hunting days with profetional hunting guide/ 4 overnights / Including: Breakfast, morning hunt, lunch- in the hunting farm or picknick in the open, afternoon hunt, dinner. The group shall be acompanied by a translator during the entire period and by proffessional hunt guide throughoput the chase.
-     All transportation throughout the hunt
-       Bulgarian Hunting Liscence
-     Stuffing on the spot and export documentation of the gained trophies
Hunting Taxes:
The trophies are to be paid according to the average length of the tusks
Up to
14 cm
155 €
From 14
Up to 16 cm
155 €
+ 10 €*
From 16
Up to 18 cm
355 €
+ 13 €*
From 18
Up to 20 cm
615 €
+ 20 €*
From 20
Up to 20 cm
1015 €
+ 31 €*
22 cm
1635 €
+ 51 €*
For trophies exceeding 125.00 CIC points - 10% surcharge
Wounded wild boar - 360 €
downed and wounded sow - 510 €
downed shoat - 50 €, wounded - 80 €
downed defector - 105 €, wounded - 130 €
More details about the places and sights you will visit:
  Sofia-the CapitalCity of Bulgaria – Inhabited for 7 000 years, it was called Serdica by Thracians. The Romans made it splendid and important province capital. Since the 14th century this great city at the foot of the majestic Vitosha mountain has been known as Sofia. Its museums house many of the country most important ancient artifacts. See the unique mixture of ancient, medieval and more recent examples of the local architecture-the 1400 years old St. George Rotunda, the Alexander Nevski Cathedral, the 6th century St. Sofia Church, which gave the city its name, the Royal Palace, which now hosts the National Art Gallery and many others.
Rila Monastery-Probably the most impressive monument of the Bulgarian Revival Period, Rila Monastery is nestled amidst the majestic beauty of the Rila Mountains. It still fascinates visitors with its harmonious and exquisite features. See the monastery’s most remarkable sights-the 14th century Hrelyo Tower, the five doomed main church, and the 19th century original monastery kitchens. The monastery museum presents a lavish collection of precious old manuscripts, documents and charters, a real treasure of icons, jewelry, wrought iron articles, masterpieces of woodcarving, an ethnographic exhibition of fabrics and carpets and a library containing more than 16 000 volumes. Rila Monastery is considered the largest monastery on the territory of Bulgaria and is included in the UNESCO List of World Heritage.
 Plovdiv-the second largest city- A thousand years older than Sofia-Bulgaria’s second largest city, Plovdiv was founded in 342BC, when Philip II of Macedonia conquered the Thracian town of Evmolpia and named it after his own name-Philipopolis. Later the Romans invaded Thrace and called the city Trimontium. The 19th century, which marked the apogee of the Bulgarian Revival period was the century of the creation of what is now known as the Old Town Plovdiv. This is one of the most remarkable places in Bulgaria with its steep cobbled stoned streets, unique houses and romantic atmosphere. See 4th century BC Thracian wall paintings, the Roman amphi-theatre, Byzantine and medieval fortifications and 15th century Ottoman mosques.
Bachkovo Monastery- Probably the oldest monasteries within the Bulgarian lands rises in the picturesque Assenitsa River gorge.
 Todoroff Boutique wine cellar:Todoroff Boutique Wine Cellar is specialized in production of high quality red wines of "Mavrud", "Merlot" and "Cabernet Sauvignon" grape varieties in boutique series of limited quantity. The cellar is situated in one of the symbolic for the Bulgarian wine production villages - the village of Brestovitza.
Wine cellar was built by Andonovi brothers in 1945. They were one of the most famous wine producers and wine dealers in Bulgaria of those days. In 1947 the cellar was nationalized by the Government and in 1992 was returned to the inherits. The present owner - Mr. Ivan Todoroff - bought the cellar in 2001 and made total reconstruction and modernization of the whole building complex. Now the wine cellar is a pretty complex, built in National Revival Period architectural style, equipped according to the most contemporary and modern technologies for wine production.
Vitoshko Hunting Farm – occupying an area of 20.000 hektar in the western part of Bulgaria, about 40 km from Sofia. Situated on the Southern slopes ot Vitosha mountain at an altitude of 800 to 2192 m.
Game: red deer, roe, muflon, wild boar, braun bear, fox, wolf, wild cat.
Trophies: Wild boar 18- 27 cm.
The hunt for other game is also possible, such as pheasant and partridge.
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