Hike to DelphiDURATION
There were many oracles in ancient Greece, but only the one at Delphi achieved a record of reliability. It lies at the Southern slope of the dramatic Parnassos Mountain. Declared as a national park in 1938, is the mythical birthplace of the muses and with elevation reaching an altitude of 2457 meters it is one of the highest mountains in Greece.
Mt Olympus Fast and lightDURATION
3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTSPRICE
Mt. Olympus is a mountain where you could spend a whole week and still feel like not having seen enough. On the other hand, we understand that you may want to combine your Mt. Olympus climb with other destinations while you’re visiting Greece, and this is why we created the fastest possible -but still easily manageable- adventure plan, starting from Athens or other parts of Greece.
Mt. Olympus Round TripDURATION
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTSPRICE
In August 1919, two Swiss travelers arrived at the foot of Mt. Olympus with the romantic goal to be the first mortals ever to reach the top of the residence of the ancient Gods. When they asked local goat hunter Christos Kakalos -a man who knew the mountain better than anyone-for guidance, he shouted: “Impossible! Only the eagles can reach the peaks of Olympus”.
Peaks of identity
10 DAYS / 9 NIGHTSPRICE
Believe it or not Greece is primarily a mountainous country with more than 800 larger or smaller mountains, 53 of them with altitude exceeding the 2000m zone. The mountains, which served as natural barriers and boundaries, dictated the character of the country and have always played an important part in the life of Greeks, who incorporated them in their myths and legends as sacred places full of spiritual energy.
The Natural Wonders
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTSPRICE
The North-West corner of Greece is known for its dramatic terrain of mountains, gorges, rivers and remote settlements. It is the most mountainous region in the country which is blessed with a lush and soaring landscape, and mountain villages to rival the best of Provence. One would hardly recall many places in Europe that feel so untainted by tourism.