Krushuna Falls is a beautiful waterfall in Northern Bulgaria near a village called Krushuna. The village has clean air and the ambiance is simply breath-taking. Situated in the midst of green plantations, the falls are renowned for their picturesque landscape and crystal clear water. There are two other waterfalls in the region. Tourists are able to get to the falls through a path that leads to a cave. Inside this cave is where the river springs. The waterfall is 15 meters high and visitors can get different views of the sight by crossing the bridges and steps. Once you go deeper into the caves, you will be able to see other old caves that were used as homes of Christians who belonged to the orthodox school. These Christians were referred to as the isihasts. The Isihasts lived in remote areas as they believed it was a better way to connect with their God. In the 14 century, the Krushuna Monastery was located near the falls and monks Hesychasts used to live in the monastery. Other caves in this region include the Gornik, Urushka Maara and the Devetashka cave. The villagers believe that the waters in the area have healing powers. A lot of people still go to these falls to do their health rituals there. Krushuna Falls are easily accessible. Daily buses from Sofia to Lovech as well as buses from Lovech to Krushuna are available on a regular basis. When it comes to accommodation, you can relax as the choice of accommodation near these falls varies from affordable guesthouses to luxurious hotels. Tourists can opt for a guesthouse where they can cook for themselves and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. If you are looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, The Krushuna Falls are an excellent alternative.
If you are a discerning holiday maker who is very keen on what different tourists’ destinations around the world have to offer, it is very likely you have been or heard about Raysko Praskalo. This spectacular waterfall has over the years seen millions and millions of people taking their short vacations to Bulgaria just to get a glimpse of this waterfall. For those who have not heard about this waterfall, here is a little bit about Raysko Praskalo. Commonly refereed to as a heavenly spray in Bulgarians, this waterfall indeed does look like one. Located right at the heart of Central Balkan National Park, this natural structure may not be big in volume, but measuring a whooping 124.5 meters, it is one of the highest flowing waterfalls in the Balkan and probably in the whole of Bulgaria. Nonetheless, other than just the height, this waterfall is one of the most beautiful things to watch for it is fascinating in almost every sense. How to get to Raysko Praskalo Located just next to Ray Hut just above the town of Kalofer, you can get to Kalofer by bus or rain from Plovdiv or Sofia and once you arrive there, you then embark on a number 4 to 5 hour trek from Panitsite area. For many, that may sound quite tasking, but believe me it comes with tons and tons of activities and fun making it one of the best places you can visit during your next holiday. Bottom line; this location is worth every consideration for it has a lot to offer. However, a little tip for those who are planning to visit this waterfall real soon; go there during autumn or spring if you want to see the proper size; if you go there during summer, you will be disappointed by the amount of water flowing down the imposing rocks. I highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a place to unwind.