The Dolomites

Italy

Challenge yourself as you trek for 5 days through the heart of the picture-perfect Dolomites region, on the border of Italy and Austria.

Trip duration:
8 days

Challenge duration:
5 days

Challenge grade:
3/5

Departure months:
June to September

Accommodation:
Guesthouse based on twin-share

Hiking the Dolomites

Immerse yourself in the rugged beauty and stunning scenery of the Dolomites on this epic hiking adventure. 

Basing ourselves in the pretty Italian town of Dobbiaco, you will spend each day exploring the Dolomites’ iconic backdrop of towering cliffs, lush pastures and emerald green lakes. From the historical town of Brunico with its castle perched high upon the hilltop, to unbelievable views from the cable car up to Ampezzo Dolomites National Park, this adventure is a true feast for the eyes.

When you’re not on the trail, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to explore the nearby towns and to feast upon local delicacies, including locally-made meats and cheeses and, of course, apple strudel.

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Dolomites Italy

Why you'll love this adventure

  • Explore the sheer rock walls, deep valleys and lush pastures of the Dolomites by foot
  • See the tallest and most perfectly shaped earth pyramids in Europe
  • Base yourself in the charming small town of Dobbiaco, surrounded by picturesque parkland and native woods
  • Enjoy the world-renowned local produce

Trip notes

Day 1: Arrive in Venice, depart for Dobbiaco

Welcome to Venice! On arrival, meet your team leader and the rest of your team in the Arrivals Hall at Venice Airport Marco Polo at 3:45pm. From here, we set out for the pretty town of Dobbiaco, nestled in a green valley surrounded by the Italian Alps. On arrival, we settle in at our comfortable guesthouse, our home for the next 8 nights. Tonight, you may wish to get to know your teammates over dinner in one of the local restaurants. Though we are in Italy, we are very close to the Austrian border, and the cuisine in the local area reflects this intersection.

Transfer Time: 3 hours

Meals: Dinner

Day 2: Lago di Braies

After breakfast, we board a public bus and begin our Dolomote hiking adventure with a ramble around the beautiful Lago di Braies. This popular walk is relatively flat and the perfect introduction to the towering cliffs and emerald green waters of the Dolomites region. After the hike, there is even time to enjoy lunch in a scenic mountain hut.

Trekking Distance: 4km

Transfer Time: 40 minutes

Meals: Breakfast

Day 3: Brunico & the Earth Pyramids of Platten

We board our bus today and travel to Brunico, a beautiful town at the heart of the Kronplatz region. Once we arrive, we’ll get to explore the town, including Bruneck Castle perched high on a hill, the distinctive slender tower and onion dome of Rainkirche, and plenty of charming boutiques and cafes. After we have toured the town, we spend the afternoon hiking to the unique Earth Pyramids of Platten. These naturally formed earth towers are more than 25,000 years old, and are the tallest and most perfectly shaped earth pyramids in Europe. They are a beautiful and memorable sight to be seen. After the hike, get a taste of local cuisine as we attend a cheese tasting with a local cheese master, before heading back to our accommodation for the day.

Trekking Distance: 10km

Transfer Time: 1 hour

Meals: Breakfast

Day 4: Ampezzo Dolomites Natural Park

Following breakfast this morning, we board the bus to the town of Cortina. From here, we catch a cable car, showcasing unbelievable views as we ascend to the starting point of today’s trek, in Ampezzo Dolomites Natural Park. As we trek, we’ll enjoy spectacular views of waterfalls and the Boite River, all while keeping our eyes peeled for Sempervivum dolomiticum, the rare endemic plant which is the symbol of this park. We’ll be ascending around 800m over the course of today’s trek, so prepare yourself for some steep ascents. To celebrate a job well done on the track, we’ll get to sample the region’s authentic and delicious apple strudel.

Trekking Distance: 14.5km

Transfer Time: 1 ½ hour

Meals: Breakfast

Day 5: Free Day in Dobbiaco

Today is free for you to explore Dobbiaco, or one of the nearby trails or towns. If you’re in the mood for more hiking, take a local bus to one of the many trails in the area. Or, explore the local museums, and local towns by bus or bicycle. Your guide will be able to help you plan your perfect day.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 6: Tre Cime de Lavaredo

It’s an exciting day because today we’ll be tackling a loop walk that is widely regarded as the most scenic hike in the Dolomites; Tre Cime de Lavaredo. The area is packed with rugged peaks, lush alpine meadows and pristine lakes, so be sure to keep your camera handy! Highlights of the day include Lake Misurina and Lake Antorno, both offering breathtaking views.

Trekking Distance: 10km

Transfer Time: 1 ½ hour

Meals: Breakfast

Day 7: Toblacher See

We’ll be taking it easy today, for our final day in the Dolomites. After a well-deserved sleep in, we take an easy walk to Toblacher See, a picturesque lake not far from our accommodation. Here, we take in the view whilst enjoying a ‘merenda Tirolese’ picnic. This traditional meal eaten by farmers consists of many cuts of speck, an IGP delicacy of Alto Adige, typical local cheese from a ‘malga’ (a traditional farmers’ house), Kaminwurze (smoked salami), butter, pickles, and rye bread from South Tyrol known as Schüttelbrot. We fill our glasses with Schiava, a typical wine from the region, and together toast to our amazing Dolomites adventure. This afternoon is free to enjoy at your leisure, a great opportunity to visit one of the local bars or restaurants for a final celebration.

Trekking Distance: 1km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Return to Venice and Depart

After one final breakfast together, our Dolomites hiking adventure comes to an end with a group transfer to Venice Airport Marco Polo. We will arrive at approximately 1:30pm. Please book any flights from 4pm onwards.

Meals: Breakfast

Transfer Distance: 3 hours

Day 1: Arrive in Venice, depart for Dobbiaco

Welcome to Venice! On arrival, meet your team leader and the rest of your team in the Arrivals Hall at Venice Airport Marco Polo at 3:45pm. From here, we set out for the pretty town of Dobbiaco, nestled in a green valley surrounded by the Italian Alps. On arrival, we settle in at our comfortable guesthouse, our home for the next 8 nights. Tonight, you may wish to get to know your teammates over dinner in one of the local restaurants. Though we are in Italy, we are very close to the Austrian border, and the cuisine in the local area reflects this intersection.

Transfer Time: 3 hours

Meals: Dinner

Day 2: Lago di Braies

After breakfast, we board a public bus and begin our Dolomote hiking adventure with a ramble around the beautiful Lago di Braies. This popular walk is relatively flat and the perfect introduction to the towering cliffs and emerald green waters of the Dolomites region. After the hike, there is even time to enjoy lunch in a scenic mountain hut.

Trekking Distance: 4km

Transfer Time: 40 minutes

Meals: Breakfast

Day 3: Brunico & the Earth Pyramids of Platten

We board our bus today and travel to Brunico, a beautiful town at the heart of the Kronplatz region. Once we arrive, we’ll get to explore the town, including Bruneck Castle perched high on a hill, the distinctive slender tower and onion dome of Rainkirche, and plenty of charming boutiques and cafes. After we have toured the town, we spend the afternoon hiking to the unique Earth Pyramids of Platten. These naturally formed earth towers are more than 25,000 years old, and are the tallest and most perfectly shaped earth pyramids in Europe. They are a beautiful and memorable sight to be seen. After the hike, get a taste of local cuisine as we attend a cheese tasting with a local cheese master, before heading back to our accommodation for the day.

Trekking Distance: 10km

Transfer Time: 1 hour

Meals: Breakfast

Day 4: Ampezzo Dolomites Natural Park

Following breakfast this morning, we board the bus to the town of Cortina. From here, we catch a cable car, showcasing unbelievable views as we ascend to the starting point of today’s trek, in Ampezzo Dolomites Natural Park. As we trek, we’ll enjoy spectacular views of waterfalls and the Boite River, all while keeping our eyes peeled for Sempervivum dolomiticum, the rare endemic plant which is the symbol of this park. We’ll be ascending around 800m over the course of today’s trek, so prepare yourself for some steep ascents. To celebrate a job well done on the track, we’ll get to sample the region’s authentic and delicious apple strudel.

Trekking Distance: 14.5km

Transfer Time: 1 ½ hour

Meals: Breakfast

Day 5: Free Day in Dobbiaco

Today is free for you to explore Dobbiaco, or one of the nearby trails or towns. If you’re in the mood for more hiking, take a local bus to one of the many trails in the area. Or, explore the local museums, and local towns by bus or bicycle. Your guide will be able to help you plan your perfect day.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 6: Tre Cime de Lavaredo

It’s an exciting day because today we’ll be tackling a loop walk that is widely regarded as the most scenic hike in the Dolomites; Tre Cime de Lavaredo. The area is packed with rugged peaks, lush alpine meadows and pristine lakes, so be sure to keep your camera handy! Highlights of the day include Lake Misurina and Lake Antorno, both offering breathtaking views.

Trekking Distance: 10km

Transfer Time: 1 ½ hour

Meals: Breakfast

Day 7: Toblacher See

We’ll be taking it easy today, for our final day in the Dolomites. After a well-deserved sleep in, we take an easy walk to Toblacher See, a picturesque lake not far from our accommodation. Here, we take in the view whilst enjoying a ‘merenda Tirolese’ picnic. This traditional meal eaten by farmers consists of many cuts of speck, an IGP delicacy of Alto Adige, typical local cheese from a ‘malga’ (a traditional farmers’ house), Kaminwurze (smoked salami), butter, pickles, and rye bread from South Tyrol known as Schüttelbrot. We fill our glasses with Schiava, a typical wine from the region, and together toast to our amazing Dolomites adventure. This afternoon is free to enjoy at your leisure, a great opportunity to visit one of the local bars or restaurants for a final celebration.

Trekking Distance: 1km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Return to Venice and Depart

After one final breakfast together, our Dolomites hiking adventure comes to an end with a group transfer to Venice Airport Marco Polo. We will arrive at approximately 1:30pm. Please book any flights from 4pm onwards.

Meals: Breakfast

Transfer Distance: 3 hours

Frequently asked questions

Can't find the answer to your question? Get in touch via email (info@inspiredadventure.com.au) or phone (1300 905 188). We’re always here to help!

About the adventure

How challenging is this adventure?

This adventure is ranked 3/5. Over 5 days, you will trek up to 14km per day, with a maximum elevation gain of 800m, so ensure you are prepared for the hilly trails.

You will be well supported on the adventure by the guides and the wider team. You can move at your own pace and we take frequent rest breaks. You will need to carry a day pack with personal items such as water, snacks, medications and spare clothing.

Who will I be travelling with? 

Our average group size at Inspired Adventures ranges from 10 to 20 people. You can be sure that you have all come together with the shared purpose of making a difference to others and having the adventure of a lifetime.

The group will be led by a local tour guide with expert knowledge of the region. Many groups will also be accompanied by an Inspired Adventures team leader or doctor to support and motivate the team. Where applicable, a charity representative may also join the team. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about your chosen charity and their work. 

Can I join an Inspired Adventure on my own?

Of course, most people do! Throughout your adventure journey, we will connect you with your fellow adventurers so you can get to know each other before you hit the road.

What is the general age range of participants?

The minimum age for this adventure is 18, however younger ages are considered on application. We have had participants aged 16–84 take part in our challenges, all united by their sense of philanthropy and adventure.

Fitness and training

Will I be fit enough for this adventure? 

While no extensive trekking experience is required prior to registering, our adventures are specifically designed for people who are reasonably fit and willing to train. The Dolomites trek is a physical challenge, and the fitter you are, the more you will enjoy the experience. It is essential that you prepare for this challenge, particularly with walking and stair training. We recommend that in the months leading up to your trip, you increase your physical fitness with lots of walking and aerobic exercise.

How do I train for this adventure? 

We will provide you with basic information on how to prepare for your adventure when you register. We recommend that you consult your GP and a personal trainer to develop a training plan that will prepare you for the challenge.

It is sensible to start training as early as possible before you go on your trek. Conventional exercise routines which build strength, fitness and stamina, such as aerobics and light weight training can be beneficial, particularly if your fitness level is less than ideal.

Accommodation

What is the accommodation like? 

Accommodation on this adventure is twin-share in a comfortable guesthouse, with bathroom facilities shared with up to four people. We will be staying at the same guesthouse for the duration of the adventure. 

Will I be sharing accommodation?

Accommodation on this adventure is based on twin-share. You will be paired with a teammate of the same gender and, whenever possible, age group. Single rooms are available at an additional cost and subject to availability.

I’m travelling with a friend, can we stay together?

Absolutely! If you’re travelling with a friend, please make note of this and we will pair you together.

What to expect

What are the toilets like? 

While trekking, basic public toilets are available, however cleanliness may vary. We suggest you always carry toilet paper and hand sanitiser with you in your daypack.

What is the food like? 

Meals will vary from day to day, but you can expect a nourishing range of food, including many Austrian and alpine-style foods. 

Breakfasts will generally be a standard continental breakfast, including coffee, juice, pastries, yoghurt, cold meats and eggs, or similar.

Lunch and dinner can be purchased in local cafes and restaurants. You will find that local cuisine combines Italian and Austrian flavours, with dairy products highlighted in many dishes.

I have dietary requirements, will I be catered for? 

Of course, we will happily arrange for any dietary requirements you’ve noted during booking to be catered for. Please advise your local guide and Team Leader on Day 1 as well. You’re welcome to bring additional snacks such as protein balls, lollies, gluten free or vegan treats with you. You will be fed very well while you’re on the adventure, but if you have a very specific dietary requirement or severe allergies, often it’s best to pack some extra things as back-up.

Is there mobile phone reception? 

If you have worldwide coverage, you can bring your own mobile phone and use it to make domestic or international calls. Please check with your mobile service provider prior to departure regarding international roaming and associated costs. Alternatively, you may wish to purchase a local SIM card. Please ensure your phone is unlocked prior to departure. You should be able to access the internet on most days, but expect lower quality in the more rural areas.

Will I have access to electricity?

Yes, you will have access to electricity. Italy uses 220V/50Hz with outlet types C, F and L (C and F plug types have two round pins and L plug type has three round pins). We recommend you purchase a universal adaptor.

What do I need to pack? 

You will be sent a comprehensive packing list after you register for the adventure with everything you need to consider.

What happens if there is a medical emergency?

All Inspired Adventures guides and Team Leaders are first aid trained. Our guides carry mobile phones (and a satellite phone, if required) to be used if further assistance is needed.

How will you manage the risk of COVID-19?

See the COVID-19 section of our website for full details.

Costs and payments

What’s included in the travel cost?

Package inclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes for details. 

Generally, the travel cost includes: 

  • Transfers as per itinerary
  • Accommodation in guesthouse based on twin-share
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Cheese tasting, apple strudel tasting, & authentic Tyrolean Mereta Picnic

What’s not included in the travel cost?

Package exclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes. 

Generally, the travel cost does not include: 

  • Airfares
  • Travel insurance (compulsory)
  • Visas
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips and gratuities

Are the travel costs subject to change? 

We will do our best to keep the travel costs as quoted. However, please bear in mind they can change due to group size, currency fluctuations or factors out of our control. If absolutely necessary, Inspired Travel may have to add on an additional supplement fee should the current social distancing measures continue. This fee would be required if our operator needs to add on additional vehicles, equipment and/or staff.

Why do I need to pay a registration fee? 

Upon registration, you will be required to pay a registration fee to secure your spot on the team. From the minute you register until you return from your adventure, the team at Inspired Adventures will provide you with everything you need - from a bespoke fundraising plan, fitness advice and travel preparations. You will receive access to your online adventure portal complete with your own online fundraising page and lots of resources to help you along the way. Your registration fee goes towards our cost of managing the adventure and supporting you on your journey.

How much spending money do I need?

We recommend that you allow €40 (AU$60) per day to cover any meals not included in the trip costs, souvenirs, gifts, drinks and any additional activities you may wish to participate in. It is possible to travel well on a smaller budget and there will be the opportunity to withdraw more money while away if you need.

Is it customary to tip? 

Tipping your local guide is customary, but not compulsory, and you are encouraged to tip only an amount you find appropriate. The recommended tipping amount for this adventure is €25-40 (AU$40-65) to be given in the local currency at the end of the adventure. Tipping in restaurants and taxis is customary.

Travel insurance and visas

Do I need to have insurance?

Travel insurance is compulsory for international adventures to cover cancellation, hospital, emergency evacuation and lost luggage. We recommend purchasing your policy as soon as possible. It is up to you to ensure you have fully comprehensive travel insurance and you will need to share these details with our team before departure. For more information, please visit www.inspiredadventures.com.au/travel-insurance-information.

Do I need a visa to travel to Italy?

Australian passport holders do not require a visa to enter Italy. For the most current requirements, refer to the Smartraveller website.

About Italy

Can I drink the water in Italy?

Tap water in Italy is safe to drink and we encourage you to bring refillable water bottles to use throughout the adventure to minimise plastic waste. On trekking days, you can fill up before the start of the day at the hotel and at cafés along the trek if needed.

What is the weather like in the Dolomites?

Tuscany is typified by pleasantly warm days, and cooler evenings. If you are trekking in the summer months, you can expect highs in the low 20s, which makes for lovely trekking weather. Please check local weather forecasts prior to departure for up-to-date information.

About the adventure

How challenging is this adventure?

This adventure is ranked 3/5. Over 5 days, you will trek up to 14km per day, with a maximum elevation gain of 800m, so ensure you are prepared for the hilly trails.

You will be well supported on the adventure by the guides and the wider team. You can move at your own pace and we take frequent rest breaks. You will need to carry a day pack with personal items such as water, snacks, medications and spare clothing.

Who will I be travelling with? 

Our average group size at Inspired Adventures ranges from 10 to 20 people. You can be sure that you have all come together with the shared purpose of making a difference to others and having the adventure of a lifetime.

The group will be led by a local tour guide with expert knowledge of the region. Many groups will also be accompanied by an Inspired Adventures team leader or doctor to support and motivate the team. Where applicable, a charity representative may also join the team. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about your chosen charity and their work. 

Can I join an Inspired Adventure on my own?

Of course, most people do! Throughout your adventure journey, we will connect you with your fellow adventurers so you can get to know each other before you hit the road.

 

What is the general age range of participants?

The minimum age for this adventure is 18, however younger ages are considered on application. We have had participants aged 16–84 take part in our challenges, all united by their sense of philanthropy and adventure.

Fitness and training

Will I be fit enough for this adventure? 

While no extensive trekking experience is required prior to registering, our adventures are specifically designed for people who are reasonably fit and willing to train. The Dolomites trek is a physical challenge, and the fitter you are, the more you will enjoy the experience. It is essential that you prepare for this challenge, particularly with walking and stair training. We recommend that in the months leading up to your trip, you increase your physical fitness with lots of walking and aerobic exercise.

How do I train for this adventure? 

We will provide you with basic information on how to prepare for your adventure when you register. We recommend that you consult your GP and a personal trainer to develop a training plan that will prepare you for the challenge.

It is sensible to start training as early as possible before you go on your trek. Conventional exercise routines which build strength, fitness and stamina, such as aerobics and light weight training can be beneficial, particularly if your fitness level is less than ideal.

Accommodation

What is the accommodation like? 

Accommodation on this adventure is twin-share in a comfortable guesthouse, with bathroom facilities shared with up to four people. We will be staying at the same guesthouse for the duration of the adventure. 

Will I be sharing accommodation?

Accommodation on this adventure is based on twin-share. You will be paired with a teammate of the same gender and, whenever possible, age group. Single rooms are available at an additional cost and subject to availability.

I’m travelling with a friend, can we stay together?

Absolutely! If you’re travelling with a friend, please make note of this and we will pair you together.

What to expect

What are the toilets like? 

While trekking, basic public toilets are available, however cleanliness may vary. We suggest you always carry toilet paper and hand sanitiser with you in your daypack.

What is the food like? 

Meals will vary from day to day, but you can expect a nourishing range of food, including many Austrian and alpine-style foods. 

Breakfasts will generally be a standard continental breakfast, including coffee, juice, pastries, yoghurt, cold meats and eggs, or similar.

Lunch and dinner can be purchased in local cafes and restaurants. You will find that local cuisine combines Italian and Austrian flavours, with dairy products highlighted in many dishes.

I have dietary requirements, will I be catered for? 

Of course, we will happily arrange for any dietary requirements you’ve noted during booking to be catered for. Please advise your local guide and Team Leader on Day 1 as well. You’re welcome to bring additional snacks such as protein balls, lollies, gluten free or vegan treats with you. You will be fed very well while you’re on the adventure, but if you have a very specific dietary requirement or severe allergies, often it’s best to pack some extra things as back-up.

Is there mobile phone reception? 

If you have worldwide coverage, you can bring your own mobile phone and use it to make domestic or international calls. Please check with your mobile service provider prior to departure regarding international roaming and associated costs. Alternatively, you may wish to purchase a local SIM card. Please ensure your phone is unlocked prior to departure. You should be able to access the internet on most days, but expect lower quality in the more rural areas.

Will I have access to electricity?

Yes, you will have access to electricity. Italy uses 220V/50Hz with outlet types C, F and L (C and F plug types have two round pins and L plug type has three round pins). We recommend you purchase a universal adaptor.

What do I need to pack? 

You will be sent a comprehensive packing list after you register for the adventure with everything you need to consider.

What happens if there is a medical emergency?

All Inspired Adventures guides and Team Leaders are first aid trained. Our guides carry mobile phones (and a satellite phone, if required) to be used if further assistance is needed.

How will you manage the risk of COVID-19?

See the COVID-19 section of our website for full details.

Costs and payments

What’s included in the travel cost?

Package inclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes for details. 

Generally, the travel cost includes: 

  • Transfers as per itinerary
  • Accommodation in guesthouse based on twin-share
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Cheese tasting, apple strudel tasting, & authentic Tyrolean Mereta Picnic

What’s not included in the travel cost?

Package exclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes. 

Generally, the travel cost does not include: 

  • Airfares
  • Travel insurance (compulsory)
  • Visas
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips and gratuities

Are the travel costs subject to change? 

We will do our best to keep the travel costs as quoted. However, please bear in mind they can change due to group size, currency fluctuations or factors out of our control. If absolutely necessary, Inspired Travel may have to add on an additional supplement fee should the current social distancing measures continue. This fee would be required if our operator needs to add on additional vehicles, equipment and/or staff.

Why do I need to pay a registration fee? 

Upon registration, you will be required to pay a registration fee to secure your spot on the team. From the minute you register until you return from your adventure, the team at Inspired Adventures will provide you with everything you need - from a bespoke fundraising plan, fitness advice and travel preparations. You will receive access to your online adventure portal complete with your own online fundraising page and lots of resources to help you along the way. Your registration fee goes towards our cost of managing the adventure and supporting you on your journey.

How much spending money do I need?

We recommend that you allow €40 (AU$60) per day to cover any meals not included in the trip costs, souvenirs, gifts, drinks and any additional activities you may wish to participate in. It is possible to travel well on a smaller budget and there will be the opportunity to withdraw more money while away if you need.

Is it customary to tip? 

Tipping your local guide is customary, but not compulsory, and you are encouraged to tip only an amount you find appropriate. The recommended tipping amount for this adventure is €25-40 (AU$40-65) to be given in the local currency at the end of the adventure. Tipping in restaurants and taxis is customary. 

Travel insurance and visas

Do I need to have insurance?

Travel insurance is compulsory for international adventures to cover cancellation, hospital, emergency evacuation and lost luggage. We recommend purchasing your policy as soon as possible. It is up to you to ensure you have fully comprehensive travel insurance and you will need to share these details with our team before departure. For more information, please visit www.inspiredadventures.com.au/travel-insurance-information.

Do I need a visa to travel to Italy?

Australian passport holders do not require a visa to enter Italy. For the most current requirements, refer to the Smartraveller website.

About Italy

Can I drink the water in Italy?

Tap water in Italy is safe to drink and we encourage you to bring refillable water bottles to use throughout the adventure to minimise plastic waste. On trekking days, you can fill up before the start of the day at the hotel and at cafés along the trek if needed.

What is the weather like in the Dolomites?

Tuscany is typified by pleasantly warm days, and cooler evenings. If you are trekking in the summer months, you can expect highs in the low 20s, which makes for lovely trekking weather. Please check local weather forecasts prior to departure for up-to-date information.

 

All information is subject to change and will be confirmed upon your registration.

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Responsible Travel

Caring for our adventurers, the communities we visit and the wellbeing of the planet is the heart of everything we do. This adventure is no exception.
Meaningful connections: Hear from Aranda Elders who will tell us about the history of the area.
Environment: We offset the emissions from this trip through carbon credit programs in partnership with Carbon Neutral. 
Treading lightly: Trekking is a great, low-impact way to explore.
Small group travel: Our teams consist of a maximum of 25 people. Better for you, and better for the planet.
Responsible business: We’re a certified B-Corp, committed to using business as a force for good

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Safe travel and flexible bookings

Keeping you safe: We’ve developed a stringent COVID-10 Pandemic Safety Management Plan in cooperation with government guidelines, tourism boards and the advice of medical experts to minimise the risks associated with travel as best as possible.

Flexible bookings: If COVID-19 travel bans mean your Inspired Adventure cannot go ahead as scheduled, we will endeavour to reschedule the departure to a later date or you will receive a travel credit.

To learn more about our COVID-19 policy, you can see a full list of FAQs here

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