Travelling is undoubtedly one of our most interesting and enjoyable activities, it is a hereditary trait of our species. Today it coincides with our desire to discover new cultures, landscapes and environments.
The main themes of the trips I organise are birdwatching and natural history, but they are always accompanied by a curiosity in local culture and how ancient and recent history and human activity have influenced the environment and in turn been influenced by it.
In this world everything is interconnected and a journey is also a opportunity for living an intense, out of the ordinary experience.
If you decide you would like to be guided, we will try to interpret the natural setting, see the most significant species; but not without taking in a characteristic town or village, archeological or paleontological site.
My experience guiding has grown since 2000, I have organised birdwatching trips in Italy, Switzerland and France, taking groups of enthusiasts to discover the local birdlife.
Since 1986 I've seen many of the most interesting birding sites in Europe: Camargue, Alpilles, Hyères salt pans, the Pyrenees, Grands Causses and Corsica in France.
The Ebro Delta, Coto Donana, Sierras de Cazorla, the Pyrenees, the Cantabrian Mountains and Canary Island in Spain.
Tatra mountains and the Pannonian basin in Slovakia, Austria and Hungary.
Skomer in Wales, Kent and Gloucestershire in England, Skye, Mull and Highlands in Scotland.
The Po delta, the Veneto and Friuli wetlands, nature reserves in Tuscany, Stelvio, Dolomites, Carnic Alps, Sardinia, Basilicata, Puglia in Italy.
I have also been further afield: Costa Rica, Perù, United States, Senegal and Egypt.