On request can be organized with assistance and guide to the lifeguard , various mountain tourist routes : Scropoasa Lake, Bolboci Lake, Tatar Tails, Omu Peak, Babele, Sphinx.
Ialomita Cave, the most visited cave in the Mountains, is a major point of interest for tourism in Dâmboviţa County. At the springs of Ialomita, the shacks were needed as early as the fifteenth century, but the monastery of Ialomita was built in the fifteenth century, even at the entrance to the Ialomita Cave.
The Ialomita Cave is located on the right side of the Ialomita Gorges, in the town of Moroeni, Dâmboviţa County, on Bătrâna Mountain, at about 10 km from the Ialomita river springs, at an altitude of 1,530 m.
Peștera Ialomiței Monastery
Right at the entrance to the Ialomita Cave is the Ialomita Monastery, built in the sixteenth century, founded by the voivode of the Romanian Country, Mihnea cel Rău.
It is suspected that Mihnea Vodă cel Rău’s hermitage will have been burned and raised again in several rows, being constructed of fir beams, dressed from top to bottom in beautifully carved site.
Bucegi Natural Park
Bucegi Natural Park is one of the 27 natural and national parks in Romania.
The area of the Bucegi Mountains, of which there were references from the fifteenth century, has been proposed for protection since 1936, due to the unmatched landscapes and the diversity of plant and animal species specific to this massif.
Bolboci is a vast lake, created by the artificial blocking of the Ialomița river in 1988, by a dam. In the Bolboci lake there are also rivers: Blana, Nucet, Bolboci and Plaiul Mircii.
Bolboci Lake is one of the most beautiful and spectacular places in the country which, above all, has preserved its wild nature. This is precisely what makes Bolboci Lake one of the most visited mountain lakes in Romania.
The Omu Peak in the Bucegi Mountains is the sixth mountain peak between the mountainous peaks in Romania, located in the Bucegi Massif, representing the highest point of this massif.
On Omu Peak is Omu Chalet, as well as Omu Peak Weather Station, which can be considered the highest place in Romania permanently populated.
Babele and Sphinx
The Sphinx in the Bucegi Mountains is an anthropomorphic megalith located at 2216 m altitude. The origin of the Sphinx’s name is due to its resemblance to a human head, specifically to the Egyptian Sphinx, its formation being due to wind erosion.
Babes are rocky formations located near the Baba Mare peak (2292 m), located in the Bucegi massif in the Southern Carpathians.
Tatars doks are a protected area of national interest corresponding IUCN category IV (composite nature reserve) located in Dambovita county, on the territory of Moroeni.
The natural area with an area of 144.30 hectares is located in the northeastern extremity of Dâmbovița county in the Bucegi Mountains, between Padina plateau and Bolboci Lake, at an average altitude of 1,800 m.