About the Slow Tourism Company (CTL)
The Slow Tourism Company (CTL) was born as a tool to implement a comprehensive plan for the development and promotion of ecotourism in Romania, developed in partnership by the Romanian Ecotourism Association and the Ivan Patzaichin - Mila 23 Association.
CTL contributes to:
- the development of the ecotourism market in Romania, the sustainable development of tourism, the support of the tourism services of the locals, the nature conservation.
the natural and cultural heritage of the protected areas in the Danube Delta, slow tourism, local development, green infrastructure.
CTL develops and conducts:
- team building programs and customized packages addressed to companies in Delta Danube, Dâmbovița and other areas with hydrographic potential
- individual and group tourist programs in the Danube Delta
- ecotourism and slow tourism packages and services
- mindfulness experiences (together with our partners, some of the best providers of programs in the field)
- programs in partnership with SUP Academy for Dâmbovița Smart - project of inclusion of the river Dâmbovița in the collective mind, as a place to relax on the water and sports activities in the middle of the city.
Rediscover the Danube Delta
Natural. Gastronomic. Authentic.
1/2 day tour
Lake Cotețe - Mila 35
Tulcea - Mila 23
(3 days of rowing)
Tulcea - Mila 23
(2 days rowing,
1 day cycling)
12:00 Lunch at the Ivan Pescar restaurant on the Tulcea Promenade
13:30 Transfer by boat from Mila 35 Canal to Cotețe Lake.
14:30 Disembarkation at the entrance of Lake Cotețe, embarkation in canoes, paddling on the lake and the surroundings
17:30 return to Tulcea by boat.
The program lasts about 5-6 hours and is addressed to a group of min. 8 people, max 16 people.
Day 1: meeting, rowing training, boarding, departing (10 km, approx. 3-4 hours of rowing), camping in the wilderness (Base 1), technical meeting, dinner
Day 2: breakfast, trip on canals to Mila 23 (15 km - approx. 5-6 hours of rowing), camping in wilderness in Base 2, technical meeting, dinner
Day 3: breakfast, trip on canals to the final point Mila 23 (14 km - approx. 5-6 hours of rowing), lunch in a fishing household, short walk through the village, visit to the Museum of Champions, transfer by water taxi to Tulcea (1h)
Day 4 * (optional): breakfast, Pescatourism (day trip on a fishing boat with local fishermen, who take tourists on board. Tourists take part in fishing operations by casting and pulling in the nets and performing other tasks, such as cooking lunch with freshly caught fish and visiting fishing refuges), transfer by fast boat Mila 23 - Tulcea.
Day 1: meeting at the boarding point, rowing training, departing (10 km, approx. 3-4 hours of rowing), camping in the wilderness in Base 1, technical meeting, dinner
Day 2: breakfast, trip on canals to Mila 23 (15 km - approx. 5-6 hours of rowing), camping in in Base 2, technical meeting, dinner
Day 3: breakfast, bike route to Tulcea (30 km, approx. 5-6h)
The Ivan Patzaichin - Mila 23 Association, with the support of The Romanian - American Foundation, started in March 2021 the Eco Destinations Project in the Danube Delta, dedicated to transforming the Danube Delta into an ecotourism destination.
Based on all knowledge we understood and collected during the 10 years of activity in Danube Delta, we have set for the next two years to set up specific routes able to display and promote not only the natural beauty of the landscape but also elements of the cultural heritage, to the benefit of the Delta, its inhabitants, tourists and general public.
About the project – Eco Destinations in the Danube Delta
"The most beautiful tour in the wilderness."
- rodica chiţu -