Balaton is an ideal destination for horse-lovers and there aren't many countries that offer such a wide range of horse riding opportunities.
Hungary is one of those few countries where you can still ride for pleasure at superb horses absolutely free and off-road, with tours of varying length.
We offer horse riding days in the picturesque slopes of Balaton Uplands National Park with our well-seasoned and trained horses, guided by an experienced and licensed tour guide.
Savour our excellent wines at international awarded wineries, wine tasting and wine-dinners every evening including organic vineyards
Explore the amazing resources of Balaton Uplands National Park : exceptional local fauna, flora, geological values and culture of world heritage
Have a bath in the smooth water of the largest lake of Central Europe , Balaton , then enjoy the healing of the second largest thermal lake in the world : Hévíz
Upon your choice : Adventures in Balaton Uplands National Park one-day optional ecotouristic extreme sports:
Tandem Paragliding from Csobánc hill
Spelunking, Caving (Explore the dripstones of Csodabogyós cave with professional guide and equipment)
MIHÁLY FIGULA – quoted from 'Winemaker of the Year' in 2000, which is the highest title given Hungary.
“WE NEED WINE LOVERS WHO FEEL AND UNDERSTAND THE WORK, THE COMPOSITIONS, SINCE GOOD WINES ARE FINELY ORCHESTRATED WORKS OF ART. GOOD WINES ARE SILENT AND SOUND CLEAR JUST LIKE A GREGORIAN CHANT CHERISHING THE SILENCE OF THE CHURCH CELLARS.”
Why did we choose Phoxinus fish, as a company name, in order to represent the first Hungarian ecotouristic and responsible travel program ?
Phoxinus is a genus of freshwater fish in the minnow family , needs cold and well oxygenated habitats. Phoxinus lives in the cave-lake of Tapolca, (our holiday program includes Tapolca-cave , see Daily programs) and unfortunately can be found on the RED LIST of Threatened Species by IUCN. IUCN = International Union for the Conservation of Nature
The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, founded in 1964, is the world's most comprehensive inventory and main authority of the global conservation status of biological species.