Fishing in the Vidin region


Fishing in the Vidin region

5th – 10th October 2013

Five days of fishing in the Vidin region?   For those who love fishing and like to fish in different waters…this trip has to be a must! Fishing is extremely popular and it’s not uncommon to see families fishing side by side along the edge of the Danube. This trip has been designed with the help of a renowned local expert who has identified three exciting locations for fishing, and the mighty river Danube will no doubt challenge the most active fishing enthusiast! Predatory and non predatory fish live in these same waters and if you are extremely lucky you might even catch a sturgeon!   What more could you want?


The visit to the lake and the pond offer the fishing enthusiast different experiences and wonderful scenic locations – bait and other essentials will be purchased – fishing rods etc can also be sourced for those who do not wish to bring their own equipment.


Day one 

Day two

 ͦ Predatory and non predatory fish             

     ͦ Demonstration of how to fish the Danube


Day three


If required, participants could visit Magura winery to sample wines…at an additional cost.


Day four    

Day five

Day six



The price includes transfers from and to Sofia airport, breakfast each morning, all evening meals (excluding drinks), fishing permit and bait, lunches where indicated, transport in and around the region and refreshments at Vratsa.   Prices are based upon 12 paying visitors – if less than 12 passengers, there could be an increase to cover transport costs.


Single occupancy          €421.15   (excluding flights and travel insurance) 

Twin/double occupancy   € 337. 82 (excluding flights and travel insurance)


Special information

As this visit is very much ‘hands-on’ and to ensure that you get as much from this trip as possible the organisers have restricted the number of participants to a maximum of 12 persons.  If you need equipment please advise us at the time of booking.  If anyone has specific dietary requirements please inform the organiser when you book.  Unfortunately Bulgaria is not very wheelchair friendly, however…every effort will be made to make your stay enjoyable.


Who are you helping? has been established and is committed to helping the people of this region. Local people are actively engaged in the planning and delivery of some aspects of this trip. At no point is anyone being exploited. Furthermore, profits from this trip and any others will be transferred to Phoenix-Inspire, a non-profit charity registered and based in Bulgaria.


Phoenix Inspire aims to teach young people from disadvantaged backgrounds the necessary skills to gain meaningful employment in the hospitality industry. For more information about Phoenix Inspire please visit is affiliated with the Bulgarian travel company Rual Travel Rual Travel Ltd, Tour operator registration No 00062, 113   G.S. Rakovski Street, Sofia 1000, Bulgaria. Bulstat number 121855480