Alternative tourism sums up all the non-traditional or not-so-popular activities that people get engaged in during their leisure time.
Alternative tourism in Bulgaria has many faces. It includes extreme sports like mountain biking, bungee jumping, rafting, canyoning, kayaking or paragliding. It also includes hunting, which still remains somehow unpopular. Alternative tourism also focuses on food and wine tasting. Bulgaria has already got several wine routes, which allow visitors to get acquainted with the cellars and the production of the specific region.
Bulgaria’s cuisine is exceptional, especially if you visit one of the small towns or villages where local recipes have been preserved over the centuries.
The country has many other tourism options, some of which popular, other familiar to small groups of people. Whatever it is that you prefer, Bulgaria has something to offer. Make use of the available opportunities.