Before getting to the Zanoaga camping, and having the trip to the Zanoaga Gorges, in the same morning, we had a quick stop to the Urlatoarea Waterfalls in Poiana Tapului, close to Busteni.
Mountains are cool, that’s a fact! I’m even more convinced now, after we followed some of the hiking paths of the Bucegi Mountains. It was hard, but even more it was beautiful, amazing, breath-taking. We had a great weather, we chose a time of the year when everything was green and flowers were blooming.
To the Zanoaga Gorges we got at the beginning of August, heading to a festival at the base of the Bucegi mountains, in Padina. Festival to which we decided not to go eventually, but relax and enjoy a weekend camping at the mountains. We put our tent in the Zanoaga camping and we stayed there for the next 2 nights.
Oana R. Ghiocel, an American filmmaker born in Romania, and Dr. Robert M. Schoch, Boston University Professor and a world-renowned geologist investigate enigmatic structures in the Wild Carpathian Mountains of Romania. The documentary searches the deep roots of the oldest European civilization, retracing its origins to the primordial human culture of Old Europe that left its traces on the archeological records, legends and myths around the world, on our current institutions and many of our society’s religious practices. The Great Sphinx of Carpathian is the legacy of a highly sophisticated spiritual people.