Apitherapy Romania Tour

Romania the land of Apitherapy, green nature, castles and a home land of famous Drakula. Romania is the country where apitherapy is practiced by doctors. It is an old tradition with many benefits for our health without side effects. The country with the richest range of bee products in Europe, with a spontaneous flora that ensures clean  bee products with high value, perfect for apitherapy.

  • professional
  • Api Culture Experience
  • Culture and Historical Experience
  • educational
9 days
Upon request
Short Itinerary
  • Day 01 Arrival – Cluj Napoca – Apitherapy – Turda salt mine – Cluj Napoca
  • Day 02 Sightseeing in Cluj – Visit to Apilab – Natural area Apuseni – Pollen harvesting – Cluj Napoca
  • Day 03 Queen rearing – Apitherapy (bee stings, micro bee stings, honey massage) – Cluj Napoca
  • Day 04 Bio beekeeper – Api Air Therapy – Apitourism – Bee products – Cluj Napoca
  • Day 05 Merry cementary – Meeting with beekeepers – Wooden church – Cluj Napoca  
  • Day 06 Barsana monastery – Cluj Napoca – Meeting with apitherapist doctors – Cluj Napoca
  • Day 07 Bratca village & bee bread production – Apitherapy clinic (lecture on naturopathy) – Cluj Napoca
  • Day 08 Alba Iulia – Blaj village & Centre of beekeeping equipment – Cluj Napoca
  • Day 09 Departure 
Best apitherapeutical practices
  • Best apitherapeutical practices
  • Botanical garden Cluj Napoca
  • Alba Iulia, beautiful city in Transylvania
  • Visit to an apitherapist & beekeeper
  • Group of apitherapists on their tour to Romania
  • First hand experiences
  • Saint Michael’s Church in Cluj Napoca
  • Barsana Monastery
  • Beekeeper at work in typical Romanian beehouse

From people who know best

Alina Varadi - expert on apitherapy & api nutritionist

Your guide on this tour is an experienced apitherapist, passionate about nutrition, aromatherapy, apitherapy and beekeeping (her family owns 500 beehives). She is passionate about beehive products (apitherapy), bee-venom micropuncture in practice and aplication, as well as about research of beehive products.

Why Romania?

Experience the country of unspoilt nature, picturesque castles and treasures

  • The waters of the Danube, flowing into the Black Sea, form the largest and best preserved of Europe’s deltas. 
  • The Black Sea Coast stretches out for 244km and it is the main tourist area of Romania. 
  • Romania has the biggest population of brown bears in the European Union.
  • The meaning of the word "Transylvania" is the land beyond the forest.
  • Inside the old Turda Salt Mines (Salina Turda) located in Transylvania, Romania, there is the world's largest salt mine museum.
Castle in Romania Brown bear in Romania Apuseni mountains Cluj Napoca