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Iskartour - Publishing house was established in 2002 with main object development of alternative tourism in the medium and high mountains.

Mountain biking, paragliding, mountaineering, ski-trekking, free raid skiing, hiking and trekking are among the main activities developed by Iskartour ltd. 

In 2004 started a project to mapping an entirely new GPS-compatible maps of the mountains in Bulgaria. Result of the project are very detailed, easy to read, on a small scale maps. Project continues to run and will conclude with the mapping of all mountains in Bulgaria.

Company Iskartour create maps of specific areas on request to customers with certain specifications, depending on the needs of the client. Effective visualization include 3D modeling.

Tours organized by Iskartour cross over unique places and comply with the individual qualities of the participants. Range of tours for beginners to professionals and tours for active practicing extreme sports in the mountains..

A key objective for us is to make available to all practicing sports and activities in the mountains.

 

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