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Tours 2023: Program for Tours in 2023
An Insider’s Guide to the Nature of Italy Off The Beaten Track with an Experienced Nature Guide. The Place for Nature Lovers and Plant Enthusiasts.
Agordo and the Agordino Region Cover Most of the Western Dolomites of the Province of Belluno, Including Many Famous Dolomite Peaks
Predazzo is an Interesting Town in the Val di Fiemme, With Some Interesting Vernacular Architecture, Home to the Geological Museum of the Dolomites and Close to Interesting Trails and Hikes, as well as Ski Slopes..
The Paneveggio Forest and the Pale di San Martino Are One of the Most Beautiful Areas in the Dolomites, Belonging to a Natural Park in Trentino
Colli Euganei: A Set of Volcanic Hills in the Venetian Plains Near Padova, Worth Visiting for their Mediterranean Climate and Interesting Flora
The Cansiglio Alpine Flora and Botanical Garden are Like an Open Book Presenting All the Main Habitats of the Eastern Alps
Dolomites Wilderness Describes the Wildest Areas Where To Hike, Roam and "Get Lost" in the Dolomites
Chies d'Alpago is One of the Five Villages of Alpago, A Region With Forests Where Nature is Still Rather Wild, and it is Possible to Walk in Relative Solitude
The Grotte del Caglieron Are an Atmospheric Site Boasting an Impressive Set of Natural and Artificial Caves, All To Be Discovered
The Garden of Biodiversity is a Meaningful Educational Journey Through the Evolution of Plants and of Mankind
The Padua Botanical Garden is a One of the Oldest Botanical Gardens in the World, Displaying a 1545 Layout Side-to-side with the Contemporary Biodiversity Garden
The Centro Cadore, Heartland of this Historical Region in the Northeastern Italian Alps (Dolomites), Offers a Mixture of Places of Natural and Cultural Interest
The Val Canale is an Area of Extensive Woodlands and Enchanting Lakes at the Meeting Point Between Italian, Slovenian and Austrian Cultures
The Julian Alps and Carnic Alps are Rugged Mountain Chains in the Eastern Alps, Including the "Prealpi Giulie" Regional Park
The Val Canzoi is a Relatively Wild Valley Entering the Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park Through the Southern Slopes of the Vette Feltrine
The Val Canzoi Nature Trail Crosses an Area of Naturalistic Interest at the Foothills of the Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park, Allowing to Acknowledge Oneself With All the Main Habitats of the Park
The Paganella Mountain Offers a Winter Ski Resort, and Extensive Walks Among Verdant Woodlands in Summer, with Wide Views from the Summit
The ‘Oltrepiave’ Area of Cadore Comprises the Two Townships of Lorenzago and Vigo, the Latter is Known as the "Little Athens of Cadore"
Feltre has an Evocative Historic Centre in Renaissance Style, Surrounded by the Wonderful Nature of the Vette Feltrine, Plus the Atmospheric Monastery of the Santi Vittore and Corona
The Vincheto is a Wetland Area Very Close to Feltre and in Sight of the Vette Feltrine; Nearby is the Beautiful Monastery of the Saints Vittore and Corona, Patrons of Feltre
In Italy Ethos I am going to describe the 'philosophy' behind my way of traveling, as well as providing a short description of the programs on forthcoming trips.
The Alpago Region is Formed of Five Communities, in an Open Basin Sprawled Between the Water Expanse of Lago di Santa Croce, the Historic Cansiglio Forest and a Majestic Backdrop of the Dolomites
Fregona: Walks in the Venetian Pre-Alps, Including the Woodlands at the Foothills of Cansiglio, the Caglieron Caves and the Trails Around Monte Pizzoc
The Cansiglio-LIFE-Project is a Demonstrative Trail Within the Cansiglio Forest Where it is Possible to Learn About the Woodland and Its Management, According to Traditional and Innovative Staandars.
The Cansiglio Botanic Garden is a Small Delight, with Beautiful Alpine Plants in an Interesting Geological Setting, and Displaying all the Main Vegetation Habitats of the Area
The Cansiglio Plateau Offers Open Meadows and Imposing Forests As Far As the Eye Can See
The Alpine Botanical Gardens Network in the Venetian Alps Gathers Some of the Most Representative and Beautiful Alpine Gardens in the Dolomites
The Val Cismon has Only a Small Fraction of its Territory in the Province of Belluno, Frequently – and Wrongly – Overlooked. Here we Deal with Interesting Villages and Sights in the Vicinity of Feltre