Discover the majestic and wonderful landscapes of the Dolomites. Our 8-day guided Dolomites traverse hiking trip, experiencing the natural parks, the geological wonders, and exploring the historic WWI sites.
The Dolomites, impressive and majestic, and unlike anywhere else in the European Alps.
Situated in the northeastern Italy, the Dolomites is home to the romance language Lardin, a cultural legacy of the Roman Empire. Italian and German are also commonly spoken throughout the Dolomites.
The northern part, bordering Austria, was a notable site of WWI, referred to as the first 'vertical war' during the treacherous years of 1915-1918. Many of the rock tunnels and trenches exist today, serving as war memorials and testimony to the events.
The Dolomites of today is towering walls of rock, adjoined by rolling of alpine pastures, alpine lakes, and lots of adventure.
The mountainous Italian Alps of north-east Italy. The main servicing airports are Venice (Italy) and Munich (Germany). Regional flights are also available to Verona and Milan.
The Dolomites are a continuation of the European Alps that extend across the northeastern part of Italy. There are 18 peaks of 10,000 feet (3,050m), the highest is the Marmolada at 10,964 feet (3,342 metres), which still has a small glacier.
Formed over millions of years from ancient coral reefs atolls, lava flows, and topical seas. Uplifted to altitudes over 10,000 feet (3000m), carved by hugh glaciers and retreating water to shape the landscape.
Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its outstanding beauty and diverse landscapes.