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Wildlife watching in Abruzzo

Experience wild animals like chamois, wolves, marsican brown bears in pure nature

Large beech forests, many of which are centuries-old and probably among the oldest in Europe, cover the mountain slopes in many areas. Among the huge trees and their mossy stems live large populations of wild herbivores like red deer, roe deer and wild boar. These species in many places share their habitats with large herds of semi-wild horses and cattle and together represent the main prey for the wolves, whose density in some Apennine areas is possibly the highest in Europe. Abruzzi is one of the best spots in the Old World to watch this beautiful and elusive carnivore. Nevertheless, the most charismatic and famous inhabitant of the mountain forests here is the Marsican brown bear, an endemic subspecies to this region, whose core range lies mostly within the narrow boundaries of the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park and its surroundings

Vast high altitude prairies lie above the timberline and host many other unique wildlife and plant species. These open grasslands are the prime habitat for the the endemic Apennine chamois which is present with several hundred individuals in the wildest and most rugged areas of the area. Chamois share their range with impressive birds like the golden eagle and the griffon vulture.

For wildlife lovers and adventurous souls the mountain of Central Apennines and the area of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park represent the wild heart of Italy. Discreet hikers can catch a glimpse of these wonderful animals but they are not easily spotted. Our speciality knowledge is to be in the right place at the right time, to see them.

Un giovane orso marsicano al margine della foresta

Springtime with the bears in the Abruzzo National Park

3 giorni / 2 notti
Availability : April / June
Spring is the best season for traveling to Abruzzo and for observing the Marsican brown bear. Roe deer, woodpeckers and owls peek out from the margins of the beech forest. The most colourful and rare orchids are at their best. Also in the villages you can breathe this feeling of reawakening after a long and […]

Bear watching in the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park

6 h
Availability : May / September
Evening hike dedicated to the marsican brown bear, the symbol species of Abruzzo National Park. We will take advantage of twilight and digiscoping techniques to optimize the chance to see bears. Packed dinner and return to the valley with the aid of torches and moon.
Gli amori e i combattimenti dei cervi

The mating season of deers

2 days / 1 night
Availability : September
A weekend among the immense forests of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park and a two day trekking with overnight stay in lovely hotel. Between the months of September and October, when the mating season of deers starts, this territory give you the chance to live a very interesting experience. The bell of male deers […]
Il pastore abruzzese con il vreccale

Tales of wolves and sheperds

2 giorni / 1 notte
Availability : June / September
Milky way shines above us, fireflies dance in the wood, wolves howl near us. Walking in an enchanting wood, we will observe the plateaus in which wolves live until the sunset. Then, several tales will keep us company during the dinner, in the shelter, near the fireplace.
La tensione nel branco durante la stagione degli amori

Wolf tracking in Abruzzo

3 days / 2 nights
Availability : November / April
The wolf is securely the animal that has attracted people’s imagination more than all the others since the ancient times. An extraordinary, intelligent and adattable predator, that is able to travel through long distances and to survive in hostile environments and with scarce food resources. A little number (maybe less than 100) of wolves survived […]