In September 2019 I hiked part of the Transcaucasian Trail in Tusheti, Georgia. This is no ordinary country, well worth a visit I’d say!
The Natural Adventure Company aims to have a positive impact on the environment by being a leading voice, an educator and influencer of the industry on relevant sustainability issues. That is why we are joining www.tourismdeclares.com.
We are launching some great self guided walking and cycling itineraries and introducing a couple of new off the beaten track destinations in 2020!
You can often tell how vibrant a country is by the festivals that take place within its borders. Glastonbury and the Edinburgh Festival are the UK’s most famous…
I’m just back from my walking holiday down the Rota Vicentina and the Fishermen’s Trail along the West coast of Portugal. It follows some of the best preserved coastline in Europe through a beautiful national park.
It was great to be back in Bulgaria again as it has been a few years since my last visit. I’m planning two trips with The Natural Adventure Company this year, the first to Portugal to look at some new walks along the Rota Vicentina and perhaps even do some cycling. Later in the year I plan a walking holiday in Georgia…
We are launching some great self guided walking and cycling itineraries and introducing a couple of new off the beaten track destinations in 2019!
On our Piedmont Wine Country: Barbaresco to Barolo itinerary you will explore the varied landscape of the endless line of vineyard-covered rolling hills in the area of Langhe
Until recently, we offered to our customers to optionally rent handheld GPS devices with the tracks for their daily walks preloaded. While this was a nice add-on to the route notes and paper topo maps we provide, there were many drawbacks. Having teamed up with industry leaders, starting in 2018 we are launching our free smartphone navigation app (available for Android and iOS devices), which will gradually eliminate the need of bringing a separate GPS device on our itineraries.
Walking the Via Dinarica Trail which spans from Albania through Kosovo, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia, is an unforgettable experience. Via Dinarica links regions of stunning natural beauty, connects local communities, and gives them hope for a better future, enabling them to earn their living from responsible tourism.
On our new self guided walking holidays in Italy, you will discover that the Amalfi Coast has become Italy’s most famous coastal area for a reason, but also that there are still places where you can be all by yourself, surrounded by nature. Walking in this area lets you enjoy some of the most splendid […]
While we have been preparing to launch our new walking itinerary in Kosovo (see details below), we came across this great article by Peter Duncan who did two of our Kosovo and Montenegro itineraries two seasons ago: ‘Feeling on top of the world on Bear Mountain’. Our new walking holiday in Kosovo along the Via […]