Divine springs are also a must visit... by don't even think of missing them! If you'll be there on the hot summer day you wan't be able to resiste the temptation of getting in the small pool constructed few years ago and used for baptizing and miraculous healings!
A waterfall is not exactly the thing you run into everyday, esspecialy in Moldova. So the waterfalls from Saharna became one of the main attractions for tourists.
There are more then 11 waterfalls if I remember correctly, and just 3-4 of them a big enough to be called a waterfall for real! :)
The biggest one is called "The Gypsy's Hole" and is 4,5 meters high and 10 meters deep! Yeah, that's right - 10 meters deep!
One of the thing you'll be interested when visiting Saharna will be the suspended bridge.
It's not so big, and not so high, but the feeling you get when crossing that bridge!!!
Try not to run on it, cause others might be scared!
Inside the Monastery you will find the Holy Spring, which is believed that can cure with it's holy water!
On the top of the hill there is a Geto-Dacians Monument built on the place where the Geto-Dacian Fortress used to be.
At Saharna you can explore literary hundreds of Grotes and Caves. Some caves are pretty big... there are galleries for kilometeres in the Grimidon Rock for example, and you can be easely get lost!
The church of footprint of Saint Mariam. It is believed that St. MAriam appeared on the Grimidon Rock and her footprint remain there. Nowdays inside a small church.