The Danube Delta is also known as the “Paradise of the Birds”. Over 300 bird species migrate throughout the year, out of which 70 are extra-European, forming an exceptional ornithological fauna: colonies of bumblebees, storks, cormorants, pelicans, etc., including 10 species protected by law.The Delta area generates a multitude of biological resources, placing it in third place of ecological importance among the 300 reservations around the world. It also represents a huge scientific laboratory for a large number of researchers and explorers: ecologists, biologists, zoologists, ornithologists, geologists, geographers, etc.Delta’s canals are surrounded by reed and rush, and the waters are adorned with water lilies. Delta transfers visitors into a story world. The beautiful forests on the banks of the river contain shelter birds and bouquets of flowers, clusters and pastures that complete this mysterious paradise.