Those of us who love walking and exploring around the world are met with conflicting feelings of wanderlust and hesitancy. Having missed out on planned adventures in recent months, we are following the news eager to start planning again for our next holiday.
Things have started to change and the future is looking brighter although there is a lot of uncertainty. Greece opened to tourism on the 15th of June and our holidays since the 1st of July have been running uninterrupted. We believe that this will be the case till autumn but we don’t know what is around the corner… but this is our “new normal”.
Because our holidays take place at remote destinations (i.e. the Pindos Mountains in Northern Greece or the unspoilt Small Cyclades in South Greece) and the reduced numbers of visitors in Greece in comparison to previous years, we and our guests have been able to enjoy the places we visit uninterrupted and… literally on our own!
Social distancing is an issue that affects our thought on travel. It makes us wary of the busiest destinations, the tourist hotspots, the “must-see” sights, and places where lots of people gather. The benefits of visiting wilder locations of course go far beyond the repercussions of the pandemic as wilderness is good for the soul and the mind and allows honest and authentic experiences.
If you are hoping to get away this autumn we have a limited confirmed available holidays to offer and we will be more than happy to answer any queries you may have regarding travel options, safety, walking grades or distances. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org… None of us has a crystal ball! But we have confidence and a positive outlook for the future…
Flexibility to change your travel plans
In case you have to postpone your holiday for next year, rest assured that the fee will remain the same.
If you wish to discuss the above or any other matter please don’t hesitate to contact us either by phone at +30 6976 761492!
We look forward to hearing from you soon.