Nera Beusnita National Park

Nera Beusnita National Park, Oravita: Address, Nera Beusnita National Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Nera Beusnita National Park

Nera Beusnita National Park
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Viorel Iosub
Sibiu, Romania1,581 contributions
Amazing
Aug 2020
Amazing natural park. You will need a few days to ensure your enjoy your visit. Waterfalls, lakes, tunnels, trails, the park has it all.
Written October 14, 2020
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Elena Ciocan
Timisoara, Romania1,725 contributions
Plenty of things to see
Jul 2020
This natural park is amazing. Waterfalls, tunnels, lakes, you will not be bored. Plan several days here to get the most of it.
Written October 13, 2020
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Janna T
Cluj-Napoca, Romania73 contributions
Absolutely Lovely
Oct 2020
If you have 6 hours or so, hike roundtrip from podul bei to cascada beusnita and back. The hike is 14 km and is very flat and easy to maneuver. Bring a towel, in the summer, you will be unable to resist a shower in the cascada beusnita waterfall. Halfway along the trail, is a campground that has food and drinks for sale. IF you don’t have have time make the whole hike you can drive to this camping from Podul Bei, the road is awful though. From the camping to cascada beusnita, it is 1.5-2 hours walk.
Written October 3, 2020
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Oni M
Timisoara, Romania1,076 contributions
Wonderful
Jul 2020 • Family
It was a wonderful experience to see Chile Nerei National Park. The hike is not very difficult and one can really enjoy nature there. It is a must-see.
Written July 19, 2020
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Joanna Doe
46 contributions
Ochiul Beiului Lake and Beusnita Waterfall
Apr 2019
This is a delightful experience because it appeals to the tourist who enjoys scenic drives but also to the more experienced hiker who likes taking short nature walks to nearby attractions. And there are attractions galore, for both young and fit, as well for the older adult, who wants to pace himself yet have some beautiful sightseeing opportunities. After a short hike (3 Km) in Cheile Nerei National Park, you can reach the interesting Ochiul Beiului Lake (I guess the turquoise color of this small lake is due the abundant copper mineral in the area). If you cross the river and continue another 20 minutes on the trail, along the rushing waters, you can reach Beusnita Waterfall, spectacular at any time (delicate mist creating rainbows when it is dry, impressive volume of boiling waters when rainy). To reach the waterfall, you have to get access to Nera Valley National Park, through the village of Potoc. From Potoc, you could choose to bike, hike, or drive the unpaved road to the a camping place and the chalet "Cabana Valea Beiului". It is good to know that your cellphone might not have signal in this area but you can rely on the hospitality of the DNR or of the Trout Farm staff who can assist you in case you lose communication (they are both located in the camping area, they have landlines, and are aware of the issue). On the forestry road leading to the camping spot, you might also want to pay attention to signs (or stopped vehicles) to discover the conspicuous Vaioaga Waterfall. From Potoc village, you can continue on county Road 57 B to Oravita heading to Domogled National Park and Baile Herculane, a beautiful resort with thermal waters and vintage architecture, very posh and fashionable at the beginning of the 19th century.
Written November 6, 2019
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Harmonicaharold
Tel Aviv, Israel1,371 contributions
Lots of different views and ancient Roman tunnels
Jul 2019 • Friends
It was an experience but not fabulous. I wouldn't go out of my way but our Romanian hosts were very eager to show us this large and varied National Park that had featured hiking tails, streams, small falls, and Roman tunnels.
Written July 22, 2019
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Dan P
Timisoara, Romania240 contributions
Amazing views
Aug 2018 • Family
Nera National Park it is a wonderful place to hike. Great view over the river and mountains. You need special equipment boots, water and food in backpack (almost 3 hour last to visit it). You can find tunnels in the stone of mountain, a high bridge over the Nera that swing a little and more. You have to be careful, it is not so difficult to do it. It is marked white and red marks you have to follow. Being eye it is quite amazing, a wonderful blue. You must see it. You may follow the white yellow marks. From the era national park you can drive until the Fish farm and a one hour walk until the Bei eye. The Beusnita waterfall it is a few minutes from Bei Eye.
Written August 19, 2018
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Lis1012
Belgrade, Serbia283 contributions
Lovely Hiking Trip
Apr 2018 • Friends
The National Park itself is quite nice and large. Not many facilities, or practically no facilities at all, so you have to bring everything that you may need in your backpack. The terrain is moderately difficult so its improtant to have good boots. The route is marked so its not hard to find your way through the woods and get to all waterfalls. Its a very lovely destination for an active day outdoors.
Written April 11, 2018
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Cosmin G
Bacau, Romania108 contributions
Very Beautifull
Jul 2017 • Couples
You leave your car at the Fish Farm, where there is also a cabin, and from there you travel by foot for about one hour and a half, until you reach the eye of Bei. After that you go for another walk for 15 minutes and you will reach to the Beusnita waterfall. It is a half a day trip but it is worth it.
Written March 8, 2018
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Camelia M
5 contributions
Must see
Aug 2017 • Friends
Nera Beusnita National Park is absolutely a must to see. Unique experience, with trails following a former narrow railroad and tunnels, and carved in the rock wall. After crossing the Nera river on foot and walking on half tunnels carved in the wall, you cross a suspended bridge and the trail arrives at a large opening in the mountains, a good place for tents. The falls and lakes are spectacular as well.
Written March 4, 2018
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