We are on the majestic Mount Pollino, at a height of 2248 meters it is one of the highest mountains in the Basilicata region of Southern Italy. Here we will find unique fauna and flora, like the Pino Loricato tree, the symbol of the largest protected area in Italy: the Pollino National Park, located between the territories of Basilicata and Calabria.
Day 1 / Trekking
The first day of our arrival we will leave directly for the trek, starting from Colle Impiso.After the first two km through beautiful forests, we will easily reach Piano delle Ciavole, where we have an opportunity to view wild horses, from here we reach the summit of Mount Pollino in two hours.We will then decide whether to continue towards Dolcedorme 2267 mt, the highest peak in the National Park, from where it is possible to see the volcano Etna.
We will return on the same trail, with a total of about 17 km.
Upon our return, we will check-in our rooms at an agriturismo, in a quiet environment where we will have dinner prepared with local produce.
Day 2 / Rafting
After breakfast, we will reach the village of Papasidero, where we meet our friends of Rafting Adventures Lao to explore wild and unspoiled nature. We board our raft for a two-hour adrenaline-filled adventure, facing the rapids of the river through breathtaking scenery, accompanied with an experienced local guide, Length descent 11 km.
After a well-deserved shower, we will have a barbecue prepared by our friends.
Total duration 4 hours including 30 minutes of briefing and 1 hours for travel and washing equipment.